New coach Kim Andreola may be the only female coach on the football sidelines but make no mistake about it: her gender in no way detracts from her qualifications.
Five weeks after being picked over Penn as the Ivy preseason favorite, Harvard will finally get its chance to show whether it has the skill to win this season’s Ivy title.
In memory of Owen Thomas, Franklin Field will observe a moment of silence before Saturday’s home opener. But for Thomas’ teammates and coaches, the memorial will last much longer.
While it’s unfortunate that the football opener conflicts with Yom Kippur, it is unfair to place the blame on Penn or the Ivy League.
A brain autopsy of Owen Thomas revealed a football-related disease linked with depression.
Getting a tour of the new Weiss Pavilion with senior offensive lineman Luis Ruffolo was not exactly an experience I dreaded.
Despite the attention paid to high-profile positions like QB, the offensive line will prove one of the Quakers’ most valuable assets this coming season.
Penn football coach Al Bagnoli is in a certain class of individuals who can look past the statistics.
The Daily Pennsylvanian sat down with running backs coach Steven Downs for an update on the state of the running game.
After switching from soccer to football in his junior year of high school, senior placekicker Andrew Samson is poised to break nearly every kicking record for Penn and the Ivy League.
In high school, Penn freshman Aaron Bailey was both a Michigan all-state sprinter and named to the all-state football team.
Senior QB and captain Keiffer Garton will return this season after an injury-ridden junior year, exactly when he will take the field remains unclear.
Say what you want about placekickers, but there’s no doubting one thing: Penn’s got a good one.
The city of Philadelphia may be entering the dog days of summer, but to Eagles fans, that just means that football season is right around the corner.
Monday, Quakers center Joe D’Orazio was named to TSN's Preseason All-America third team, earning recognition for his often unnoticed efforts.
It may be difficult to understand why any athlete would go from the glitz and glamour of an athletic powerhouse to the often underrated Ivy League. For Ryan Becker, though, Penn was always his first choice.
While his classmates are graduating, Jake Lewko will be in Nashville, Tenn., training with the Tennessee Titans and battling for a roster spot.
After various offers to try out for National Football League teams, senior linebacker Jake Lewko agreed to terms with the Tennessee Titans yesterday.
Derham, Lewko and Wynn will be passing on their responsibilities to cornerback and wide receiver Bradford Blackmon, quarterback Keiffer Garton, defensive end Owen Thomas and offensive lineman Joe D’Orazio.
Suiting up against the No. 1-ranked scoring and total defense in the nation, Penn football’s offensive unit was in for a bruising Saturday afternoon.