Penn Quakers football

  • CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – The University of Pennsylvania football team was able to gut out a 24-20 win at Harvard on Saturday afternoon, setting program history in the process.
  • Game 9: Penn at Harvard
  • PHILADELPHIA — A last-minute touchdown from Cornell brought the Big Red within one at 21-20 with 0:50 remaining at Franklin Field, but freshman Kendren Smith knocked down the Big Red's two-point attempt and the Quakers staved off an onsides kick attempt to secure a win on Homecoming and retain possession of the Trustees' Cup.
  • Game 8: Penn vs. Cornell
  • ROCHESTER, Minn.—The College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA), in association with The Associated Press (AP) and the Fiesta Bowl Organization, have selected three college football student-athletes, including senior safety Sam Philippi as the latest nominees for the 2019 Mayo Clinic Comeback Player of the Year Award.
  • PHILADELPHIA – Junior linebacker Brian O'Neill was a monster in the middle of the defensive unit on Saturday, disrupting Brown's potent offense and helping the Quakers to an Ivy League win. For his efforts O'Neill has been named Ivy League Defensive Player of the Week.
  • PHILADELPHIA – A pair of University of Pennsylvania football players received a #SuperBowlSurprise on Monday as Sam Philippi and Anthony Lotti were presented with tickets to Super Bowl LIV by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell as part of the NFL's commitment to rewarding members of the football community who have performed selfless acts.
  • PHILADELPHIA – The University of Pennsylvania football team got its first Ivy League win of 2019 in dramatic fashion on Saturday at Franklin Field. Daniel Karrash kicked a 22-yard field goal—his first attempt as a collegian—with just two seconds left to give the Quakers a 38-36 win over Brown.
  • Game 7: Penn vs. Brown
  • NEW HAVEN, Conn. — A back and forth battle at the Yale Bowl saw the University of Pennsylvania fall just short in a offensive showcase, 46-41.

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