The past two Quakers-Bulldogs clashes have been defined by one feature: great defense.
Penn built an early lead behind Jared Sholly's pick-six and the defense shut the door in a 9-0 rain-soaked slopfest against Yale.
Jared Sholly unexpectedly scored Penn's only touchdown in Saturday's 9-0 win over Yale.
For the first time in 18 games, the Big Green won a football game, beating Columbia by a hefty 28-6 margin.
Winner of Brown at Cornell still has a shot for Ivy League glory
Keiffer Garton is wearing a brace and is considered a game-time decision for the Quakers’ home showdown with Yale tomorrow.
Yale sophomore cornerback Drew Baldwin is the son of two former standout Penn athletes.
For the first time since the season opener, Penn's top two quarterbacks appear to be healthy.
The Quakers' game against Columbia Saturday was more of a loss for the Lions than a Penn win.
Throughout their first four games, Penn’s special teams players didn’t look so special.
Keiffer Garton returned to the Quakers on Saturday and led them to a 27-13 victory over Columbia in New York.
Penn will try to make it a clean sweep of the Big Red when Cornell comes to Franklin Field tonight at 7. In the teams’ last meeting, Penn’s season-opener, the Red and Blue won 20-14 in Ithaca, N.Y.
Throw in the fact the Big Green (0-4, 0-2 Ivy) must travel to Worcester, Mass., to face No. 25 Holy Cross (4-1), and it’s safe to say loss number 17 will come tomorrow after the teams kick off at Fitton Field at 1 p.m.
This year, coach Al Bagnoli and the Quakers think that Columbia poses a real threat.
The Quakers, a week removed from a roster battered by injuries, will see many important players return Saturday at Columbia.
I understand why there are so many commercial breaks on American television. Football is boring.
The Quakers suited up against Bucknell without All-American cornerback Chris Wynn, who missed his second-straight game with leg ailments.
This Saturday, two football teams with perfect Ivy records will meet with the goal of maintaining their unblemished record against Ancient Eight teams.
Brown beats Holy Cross, Harvard beats Cornell, Lafayette beats Columbia and Yale beats Dartmouth
Bagnoli's creative offense helps accommodate the recently rotating quarterbacks.