KYW’s Matt Leon talks to University of Penn football coach Al Bagnoli about Penn’s opening game on Saturday.
While every other college football team in the area is getting ready for its second or third game of the 2014 season, the Penn Quakers are still in preseason mode.
Bill Campbell discusses Al Bagnoli’s final season at Penn, Rory McIlroy, the Eagles, and the Phils.
Penn, coming off a 4-6 season (3-4 in the Ivy), capped its off-season workouts with the annual spring game this past weekend.
There is a rare opening on Al Bagnoli’s football coaching staff at the University of Pennsylvania. That’s because longtime quarterbacks coach Larry Woods has decided to retire.
After a wild, 38-30 loss at Harvard last week that officially eliminated them from the Ivy league title race, the Penn Quakers will look to finish up 2013 on a high note on Saturday when they host Cornell.
The Penn Quakers have two games left in the season, and despite two-straight losses, they are still alive for a piece of the Ivy League title.
It should be a lot of fun at Franklin Field on Saturday when one of college football’s great rivalries continues, as the Penn Quakers host the Princeton Tigers.
After two straight weeks on the road, the Penn Quakers will return to Franklin Field on Saturday afternoon as they welcome the Yale Bulldogs to town in Ivy League action.
It is all Ivy league action from here on out this season for the Penn Quakers, starting with a visit to New York on Saturday to take on Columbia.
The Penn Quakers play the first of their seven Ivy League games on Saturday as they welcome Dartmouth to Franklin Field.
If you are looking for a top notch local college football match-up this weekend, look no further than the Main Line on Saturday when Villanova hosts Penn.
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.