This game is a crucial test for Penn as it looks to stay near the top of the table heading into clashes against Harvard and at Princeton.
The DP Sports staff is optimistic that Penn football can bounce back from its first loss of the season.
"Alignment, stance, keys, responsibility" are all basic fundamentals for linebackers, who also cultivate a fundamental culture of support and growth together.
In place of starter Trey Flowers, Jonathan Mulatu has played three impressive games, including Saturday's performance in which he ran for 154 yards.
Despite the quick transition from a young player to an older figure, Trevor Radosevich has become the leader of Penn's offensive line from inside out.
Penn's football freshmen have become ingrained in the team's culture, have found mentors, and have adjusted to the rigors of playing college football.
Former Senior Sports Editor Brandon Pride points out the positives from Penn's loss at Brown, such as the pass rush and opportunistic offense, and urges fans not to write the team off.
The game was a tale of two halves for the Quakers, who trailed 24-7 after a season-worst first two quarters and clawed back in the second half to no avail.
Four Daily Pennsylvanian sports reporters make their picks ahead of the Quakers' road battle against the Bears.
With the NFL regular season reaching its midway point, several Quakers have made game-changing plays on the field.
Coming off of a nail-biter Homecoming win against Yale, undefeated Penn is set to play Brown this Saturday in Providence, R.I.
Behind the high-tempo offense of Penn's yet undefeated season are the offensive linemen who put the team before themselves.
Kicker Graham Gotlieb, punter Ben Krimm, and long snapper Ryan Mannelly are proving that consistency is just one step towards becoming a dependable unit for an undefeated team.
With the Quakers, the Nash brothers have seen considerable action, combining for 26 tackles through the first six games so far this season.
With four games left in the season, Senior Sports Editor Matthew Frank contends that Penn's defense is the dominant unit, while the offense does just enough.
Outside of the Yale vs. Penn game, the other six Ivy League teams played each other, with Brown hosting Cornell, Harvard hosting Princeton, and Columbia hosting Dartmouth.
Thanks to another dominant defensive effort, the Quakers secured their sixth-consecutive victory of the season.
With the Ivy League season reaching its midpoint and non-conference play coming to a close, it's time to reevaluate where each team stacks up in the Ancient Eight.
Many of Penn’s fall sports have begun to reach their homestretch, with the final few games set to decide the fate of their season.
Our sports staff is in agreement: Penn will again emerge undefeated past this homecoming weekend.