Cornell senior wide receiver and special teams ace Bryan Walters reached two offensive milestones.
For coach Al Bagnoli and the Quakers football team, the number seven has many different meanings.
If anybody had known that Al Bagnoli would be forced to cycle through four quarterbacks and deploy his top receiver under center, nobody would have picked the Quakers to win it all.
As Bagnoli celebrates his seventh championship, he better be congratulating Lewko and the defense.
The offense scored early and the defense shut the door, as Penn sealed a share of its first Ivy title since 2003 with a 17-7 win over Harvard on Saturday.
At a young age, Ho’s father died and his mother was institutionalized with schizophrenia. Without anyone to raise him and his sister, the two siblings moved in with their aunt and uncle in Martinez, Ga., when he was only twelve years old.
This weekend’s contest will decide the Ivy champ, and it’s no surprise that winning the crown will be on everyone’s mind. Penn last won the Ivy title in 2003.
Junior QB Kieffer Garton has been back under center for the Quakers in practice this week, though a brace remains on his sprained left knee.
Dartmouth may have already ended its 17-game losing streak with an Oct. 24 defeat of Columbia, but its second ‘W’ comes with a big ray of hope for the future.
The big takeaway from the Princeton game was the number of players with a carry or reception: 13.
Dartmouth took Cornell to double overtime -- and won.
Pressure was the key in Penn's 42-7 victory.
Suddenly the Quakers have a potent passing attack to complement their dominating ground game, just in time for the winner-take-all meeting with Harvard.
The Quakers demolished the Tigers 42-7 at Franklin Field in Penn’s annual Homecoming contest.
If Harvard’s game at Columbia tomorrow could be summed up by a movie title, it would be “Escape from New York.”
The stakes will be high when Penn (5-2, 4-0 Ivy) squares off with Princeton (2-5, 1-3) in the teams’ 101st all-time meeting.
The Quakers defense hasn’t allowed a touchdown on offense since Oct. 17.
Princeton O-lineman has started all 37 games in his career and is three starts away from a record.
Al Bagnoli made the smart decision to abandon his new offense and revert to airing it out with the QB.
Bulldogs junior cornerback Adam Money who stopped a 75-yard run at the two-yard line to prevent a touchdown late in the fourth quarter, securing Yale's victory over Columbia.