Time and time again in the college football ranks, Penn running backs coach David Sims has learned that it’s not just about what you know, it’s about who you know.
Sports associate Andrea Mendoza argues that Penn football needs to shift its priorities to next season by playing younger players now.
Coming off a strong performance against Lehigh at home last week, the Quakers traveled to New York City to take on the 4-1 Columbia Lions during their homecoming weekend. The Quakers showed flashes of dominance, but were unable to piece together a complete performance, as they fell to the Lions, 23-14.
In their second Ivy League conference match-up, the Quakers (2-2, 0-1 Ivy) are preparing to face the Columbia Lions (3-1, 0-1) at their homecoming this Saturday, Oct. 16.
Senior Trey Flowers has provided sparks for the Quaker offense whenever he’s been able to get his hands on the ball, averaging 44 yards per game so far this season.
While this victory for the Red and Blue should be applauded, in many ways, the performance left me with more concerns than assurances moving forward into the final six games of Ivy League play.
In its first shutout since 2009, Penn football (2-2, 0-1 Ivy) defeated Lehigh (0-6, 0-1) 20-0. Although the final score tells the story of a comfortable Quaker victory in the team's last tune-up before six straight Ivy League games, the Mountain Hawks posed a real threat of victory until the end of the fourth quarter.
September has marked the start of an action-packed NFL regular season. The 2021-22 season is historic, as it is the longest in league history, featuring 17 games. As Week 4 comes to an end, let’s check in on how Penn alumni are faring.
Despite being a graduate student in Wharton studying business management with a minor in marketing, running back Isaiah Malcome decided to come back for another year to play the sport he’s loved since he was a little kid.
We look at how the football teams in the Ivy League fared over the weekend.
The Penn community came out in full force on Friday night to watch Penn football's home opener against Dartmouth. The game marked the Quakers' return to Franklin Field after two years due to COVID-19 suspending the 2020 season. Here's what the game looked like.
Penn football has shown flashes of greatness this season, but has more often than not looked unready to compete, leaving them on the outside looking in.
On Oct. 1, Penn football (1-2, 0-1 Ivy) was finally able to make their return to Franklin Field, taking on rival Dartmouth (3-0, 1-0 Ivy) to open the Ivy League season. But just like the last three times the old foes met, the Big Green came out on top tonight by a score of 31-7.
The Red and Blue are experiencing a kind of deja vu as they prepare to step onto the field on Oct. 1 against Dartmouth for their first Ivy League game of the 2021 season. After nearly two years of waiting, the stakes couldn’t be higher.
For the past 17 years, Rich Kahn has been the voice of the Quakers, announcing play-by-play calls at just about every home game for the Red and Blue.
If Week 3 of the NFL is representative of the larger season in the slightest, then expect an engaging 2021-22 season with plenty of unexpected scores. Here's a look at how Penn alumni in the NFL fared last week.
We know who the players for Penn football are, but do we know which team will show up on Saturdays?
During Saturday’s rough game, Penn (1-1) only obtained the lead on one occasion, and once that happened, the Quakers quickly gave up two consecutive touchdowns, punctuating a difficult outing for the Red and Blue.
This Saturday, the Red and Blue travel an hour north to Fisher Stadium to take on Layfayette (0-3) in a search to stay undefeated on the season.
The Ivy League's return to action this weekend was a success, with the league as a whole winning five of eight matchups.