Follow all the action with the Daily Pennsylvanian sports writers covering tonight's football game as the Red and Blue try to beat their cross-town rivals and the top-ranked FCS team for the first time in 99 years.
Penn has not beaten Villanova in 99 years. But at 7 p.m. tonight, it will be battling something more formidable than a daunting series history.
Linebacker Jake Peterson — now a whopping 24 years of age — has gained a panoramic perspective on Red and Blue football in general, watching the team evolve through his extended tenure.
When people call for an end to the toast toss, they lose sight of what defines the Quakers: tradition.
Rev. Katherine Brearley will testify about legislation to safely manage concussions in student athletes.
Penn's defense returned to No. 1 in the FCS and Jon Saelinger earned Ivy and FCS weekly honors.
On Saturday Penn students flocked down to 33rd Street two hours before kickoff, but that didn’t necessarily send them into the stands.
The Penn defense that finished No. 1 in the nation in 2009 picked up right where it left off in Saturday’s season-opening victory against Lafayette.
This season is not just about the action on the field — it’s about paying tribute to two fallen leaders.
The Quakers came back from a halftime deficit to beat Lafayette, 19-14, Sat. night at Franklin Field.
Follow along and interact with the DP Sports writers at Franklin Field as they cover the season opener against the Leopards.
Entering his 50th and final season, C.T. Alexander has seen it all. How will his last call play out?
After a series of injuries, senior Keiffer Garton has been cleared to play in the season opener against Lafayette Saturday at Franklin Field. But how much he will play is the question.
An in-depth look at the roster and changes at each position for the 2010 Quakers
For a Penn team unsure of its passing game, 'Smash Mouth' football is a terrific security blanket.
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.