With several stellar seasons and three games slated for college football primetime, Quaker football fans have much to be excited about.
The Ivy League will enforce limits on full-contact football practices, among other measures, to minimize chances of trauma to the head.
The broadcasting deal with Versus will give the Quakers a chance to showcase their talent.
Two Penn football players donated bone marrow with hopes of saving lives.
Ivy champs shore up needs with hopes of continuing recent Ivy League success
Penn football lost one of its greats last week, when Adolph “Beep Beep” Bellizeare died at age 58.
A walk for Owen Thomas will be held Sunday at Franklin Field to celebrate his life and raise awareness of suicide prevention.
Juniors Luke Nawrocki, Erik Rask and Greg Van Roten will attempt to lead their squad to the record books as captains next fall.
In some respects, the spring game is football at its purest: offense versus defense, man versus man.
Saturday, Penn football took on quite possibly its hardest Ivy opponent of the season — itself — in the closest simulation the team will get to a real game until the fall.
With the announcement of the 2011-12 Penn football schedule, the path to the Quakers’ third-consecutive Ivy League championship has been set out.
Tommy Eggleston, brother of senior forward Jack, has begun the process of walking onto the football team.
Penn's kicker Andrew Samson, a senior, is a candidate for the Fred Mitchell Award, which honors the nation’s most outstanding placekicker.
Call me a homer, but Penn senior center and co-captain Joe D’Orazio should have hoisted the Asa S. Bushnell Cup in New York on Monday.
Despite an Ivy championship to his name, quarterback Billy Ragone did not receive the award for Ivy League Player of the Year Monday.
For Penn football, the difference between success in 2009 and domination in 2010 lies in the left arm and swift feet of one man: QB Billy Ragone.
Penn quarterback Billy Ragone was named one of four finalists in the running for Ivy League football Player of the Year on Tuesday. Ragone, a sophomore, is the youngest of the finalists.
Once again, the Ivy League’s refusal to participate in the Football Championship Subdivision postseason is under fire.
The Quakers' defense dominated and the offense did its part on the way to a 31-7 victory at Cornell to clinch their Ivy record 12th outright title.
Saturday’s football finale at Cornell harkens back to last year. Except, last time the situation involved the men’s basketball team.