Coming off a third Ivy League championship in four seasons, the Penn Quakers recently completed their spring workouts.
Penn goes for the Ivy League title against Cornell on Saturday.
Penn readies for an Ivy League battle with rival Harvard.
Penn football looking forward to critical matchup with Princeton.
After a 27-13 loss to Yale last weekend, their first in Ivy League action, the Penn Quakers hope to get back on track Saturday as they host Brown.
Fresh off their first win of the season in their Ivy league opener, the Penn Quakers will wrap up non-league play on Saturday when they host William and Mary of the Colonial Athletic Association.
The Penn Quakers play their Ivy League opener on Saturday as they make the long trip up to Hanover, New Hampshire to tangle with Dartmouth.
Franklin Field will be the place to be on Saturday as Penn and Villanova mix it up on the gridiron.
Penn football readies for their opener on Saturday at Lafayette.
Penn football is looking to bounce back from a 5-5 season, and compete for the Ivy League crown.
After a 5-5 2011 season, the Penn Quakers are hoping to jump back up to their familiar place at the top of Ivy League in 2012.
Penn head coach Al Bagnoli says there’s a big difference between finishing 6-4 or finishing 5-5.
Harvard is a perfect 5-0 in the Ancient 8 (7-1 overall), and Penn is just a game behind, at 4-1 (5-3 overall).
One of college football’s best rivalries will be on display on Saturday at Franklin Field, as the Penn Quakers host the Princeton Tigers.
Penn is 4-2 overall and 3-0 in the Ivy league.