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Thirty years after its historic undefeated season, the 1986 Penn football team was honored at Franklin Field.[...]
“Realist optimist” Brandon Copeland W’13’s NFL run.[...]
Former Penn football coach Al Bagnoli returned to Franklin Field for the first time as a visitor — and was promptly handed a bad loss.[...]
One alum saved and mounted several pieces of torn-down goalpost from Penn football's 1959 championship season, and is gifting his unique memento to the University 57 years later.[...]
Starting over, in football and field hockey.[...]
Ivy coaches vote unanimously to cut tackling from football practices.[...]
Counting down the most memorable, dramatic and historic games in the last year of Penn sports.[...]
Window, Jan|Feb 2016[...]
Football shares Ivy League crown; cross country competes nationally.[...]
Ray Priore completes magical first year as Penn's head football coach with improbable Ivy League championship.[...]
Previewing a busy Homecoming sports slate at Penn, including a field hockey title game, a football showdown and a soccer doubleheader.[...]
First-year head coach Ray Priore guides the Penn football team to the program's first win over Villanova in 104 years -- and then dances in the locker room.[...]
New coaches in football (in a way) and women’s soccer[...]
Legendary football player and war hero Chuck Bednarik, one of the most famous athletes ever to come from Penn, dies at 89.[...]
Former Penn football coach Al Bagnoli explains why he came out of retirement after just three months to take over Columbia's program.[...]
Counting down the most memorable, dramatic and historic games in the last year of Penn sports.[...]
Disappointing season, but Bagnoli goes out a winner.[...]
With his last game after 23 seasons almost here, Penn football coach Al Bagnoli finally gets emotional.[...]
As his impending retirement draws closer, Penn football coach Al Bagnoli is drawing serious praise from coaches around the league and region. [...]
Football underdogs in Bagnoli’s final season.[...]