2011 College Football Preview
After a few years of hovering around the .500 mark, the Penn Quakers have returned to their post as the dominant team in the Ivy League.
Last season was a bit of a transition year for Division III Widener University as they adjusted to life under new head coach Isaac Collins.
One of the more remarkable stories in local college football has been the transformation of the program at Delaware Valley College over the last decade.
Their 4-7 record in 2010 represented the first time the Golden Rams finished under .500 since 2002. It was also the first losing season in Bill Zwaan’s 14 years as a collegiate head coach.
While the Wildcats are a national power, there are a lot of new faces on this roster, and many of the players who have been integral to their success in recent years have moved on.
After a 1-10 season in 2010, the Cheyney Wolves are hoping to take steps forward in 2011 and make some noise in the rugged Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference.
This will be the fourth season of football for Division II Lincoln University since the school revived the program.
After putting together a fine 8-2 season and sharing the Centennial Conference title in 2010, the Ursinus Bears have high hopes for more success this season.
This is Steve Addazio’s first training camp as the Owls’ head coach. He took over the program from Al Golden, who left to take the Miami (Fla.) job.