Despite being down 20-10 at one point, the Quakers rallied back to win their 18th straight Ivy game, 37-25.
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Saturday at Franklin Field, Penn faces the unenviable task of defending top-notch Yale QB Patrick Witt, an NFL prospect.
For the second time in as many seasons, The Columbia Spectator implored the school’s athletic administrators to fire football coach Norries Wilson.
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What Billy Ragone proved Saturday — what he continues to prove each time he conducts these last-minute heroics — is that he is a winner.
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The old cliche in sports is that “a win is a win,” but that does not mean there is no cause for concern for the Penn football team.
17-game Ivy winning streak stays intact with comeback 27-20 victory.
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Attitude isn’t the only difference between the offensive line and the so-called skill positions. The prospect of joining the boys up front comes along with the perception of eating more than the rest of the team.
Though he was recruited as a running back, Hamscher’s sheer athleticism and competitive drive allowed him to make the switch to defense seamlessly.
The Quakers put together their first complete, 60-minute game of the year.
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In its final non-conference game of the season, Penn defeated Fordham 35-20 under the lights at Franklin Field.
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As this week’s film session will no doubt show, the victory had its fair share of mistakes.
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That the Quakers flawlessly handled the two-minute drill twice Saturday bodes extremely well for the rest of the season.
Quarterback Billy Ragone led a late comeback as Penn extended its Ivy League win streak to 16 games.
With a 15-game Ivy League win streak on the line, Penn heads to Dartmouth to play the first-ever night game in the 89-year history of Memorial Field — on national television.
Every league game, starting with Dartmouth Saturday, is win or go home. One off day means sharing a trophy; two bad games and it’s better luck next year.
For left-hadned Ragone and the rest of the Penn offense, the minor adjustments to a righty’s game of football have become a nonfactor.
Though the Quakers are just two games into the season, junior quarterback Billy Ragone isn’t giving his team a chance to win, and it’s time to make a switch.
There have been many reasons why the Quakers have failed to pull out a win against the Wildcats in the last 100 years, but this time it was Penn’s starkly one-dimensional offense.
Quarterback Billy Ragone throws two costly interceptions, as Penn loses second game of 2011 season.