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November 12, 1993 | By Jay Searcy, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
You're Penn. You are one of four undefeated, untied teams in Division I-AA. You have beaten defending Ivy League co-champion Dartmouth. You have come from 30-14 behind in the second half to beat Fordham. You beat an undefeated Princeton team, 30-14, and held its national rushing leader to 59 yards. You are 8-0, leading the Ivy at 5-0, two victories from becoming the sixth undefeated, untied team in Penn's 117 football seasons. But you haven't won anything yet. In fact, you're just getting to the hard part: Harvard.
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November 13, 2009
Tomorrow's Penn-Harvard game will not be on television. But you can get fullcoverageon Philly.com's live blog from Harvard Stadium on go.philly.com/pretzel starting just before the 12 p.m. kickoff.
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February 20, 2009 | By Steven Rea INQUIRER MOVIE CRITIC
A spiritual force, the stars realigning, the gods seizing control. . . . To hear the veterans of the legendary Nov. 23, 1968 Harvard-Yale football game recall that day, what happened on the Cambridge field was nothing short of cosmic. Of course, it was only a game. But in the annals of college football - and the gridiron rivalry between the Ivy League's Crimson and Bulldog teams - it was a contest of epic proportions. Kevin Rafferty's thrilling documentary Harvard Beats Yale 29-29 revisits the improbable events of that cold, sunny day, incorporating great play-by-play film coverage with interviews of the guys - now in their 60s - who ran around, passing and blocking, fumbling and intercepting, in the craziness of Harvard Stadium.
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October 29, 1989 | By Brett Goodman, Special to The Inquirer
With the spirit of Halloween in the air, the Princeton Tigers used a trick to help them beat Harvard, 28-14, at Harvard Stadium yesterday. The Orange and Black relied on big plays to raise their overall record to 5-1-1 and their Ivy League record to 4-0. However, no play was bigger than a tricky halfback option pass that put the Tigers on the board in a hurry, stunning the spectators as much as the Crimson defense. After the Tigers forced Harvard (2-5, 2-2) to punt when the Crimson could not move the ball from the opening kickoff, Princeton took over on its 30-yard line.
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November 12, 2009 | by Mike Kern
Temple at Akron Tomorrow, 8:30 p.m. InfoCision Stadium, Akron, Ohio. TV: ESPNU Radio: WPHT (1210-AM) Records: Temple 7-2, 5-0 MAC; Akron 2-7, 1-4. History: Temple leads, 11-7. Temple won last year, 27-6. Temple update: Owls have won seven straight. They blew an 18-point, fourth-quarter lead last week at home to Miami (Ohio) but won by two on a short field goal at the end Freshman Bernard Pierce is the third-leading rusher in FBS, with at least 178 yards in each of last three games.
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August 12, 2009 | By Kevin Tatum INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
After being picked to finish fourth in the Ivy League last year and finishing third, the Penn football team will enter the 2009 season rated behind only favored Harvard and with its sights on the Quakers' first title since 2003. "We have the makings of being a pretty good football team," said Penn coach Al Bagnoli, who has compiled a 200-73 career record with a league-record six outright crowns in 17 years with the team. "I'm looking at the experience we have at key positions. " Penn (6-4, 5-2 Ivy)
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November 15, 2009 | By Jonathan Tannenwald FOR THE INQUIRER
In the six years since Penn's last win at Harvard Stadium, the Quakers have been beset by all kinds of roadblocks that kept them from winning an Ivy League championship. Last season, it was an interception in the waning moments against Harvard at Franklin Field. In 2006, the team's inconsistent kicking contributed to three consecutive overtime losses. But yesterday, Penn finally put that in the past. The Quakers stormed to a 17-0 halftime lead and never looked back en route to a 17-7 win over the Crimson that clinched at least a share of the Ivy League title.
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October 27, 1991 | By Jonathan D. Rockoff, Special to The Inquirer
Mike Wilson snared a wobbly 36-yard floater for a miraculous touchdown late in the fourth quarter yesterday, but Princeton could come no closer and fell to Harvard, 24-21, at Harvard Stadium. Wilson used all of his 6 feet, 2 inches to outjump cornerback Greg Belsher and catch Chad Roghair's pass in the corner of the end zone, narrowing Harvard's lead to three points. But the Tigers could not recover an ensuing onside kick. Or stop a third- and-8 run to regain possession with just over a minute left.
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November 16, 1997 | By Mike Jensen, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Penn's punter fell down in the mud. Penn's fans sat in snowbanks. When the Quakers went for it on fourth down, a pass bounced out of a receiver's hands right to a Harvard man, who raced 67 yards the other way. For Penn, yesterday afternoon really went much worse than all that. The Quakers showed up at Harvard Stadium with a chance to tie for the Ivy League lead, but were obliterated, 33-0. They didn't get a first down on their first six possessions. In addition to turning that Penn fourth-down play into a Harvard touchdown, the Crimson went for it on fourth down four times and converted every time, twice for touchdowns.
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November 12, 2011 | By Jonathan Tannenwald, FOR THE INQUIRER
BOSTON - In 11 out of the last 15 seasons, either Penn or Harvard has finished the season with at least a share of Ivy League football title. This year's campaign will be no different. But for the first time since 2008, the Quakers won't be able to raise a new flag over Franklin Field. With 37 unanswered points after Penn's opening touchdown, Harvard stormed to a 37-20 rout before 11,283 fans at Harvard Stadium. Combined with Dartmouth's 21-16 upset win at Brown, the result gave the Crimson (8-1, 6-0 Ivy League)
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November 13, 2011 | By Jonathan Tannenwald, For The Inquirer
BOSTON - In 11 out of the last 15 seasons, either Penn or Harvard has finished the season with at least a share of the Ivy League football title. This year's campaign will be no different. But for the first time since 2008, the Quakers won't be able to raise a new flag over Franklin Field. Scoring 37 straight points after Penn's opening touchdown, Harvard stormed to a 37-20 rout before 11,283 fans at Harvard Stadium. Combined with Dartmouth's 21-16 upset win at Brown, the result gave the Crimson (8-1, 6-0 Ivy League)
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November 12, 2011 | By Matt Breen, Inquirer Staff Writer
The football is snapped toward them, and their ever-so-short performance is scrutinized by critics in striped shirts. But the way a two-man act at Penn defuses the pressure beforehand always has audiences raving. Before Scott Lopano plants the ball in the turf and Connor Loftus drives it with his right foot, they transform into a variety-show buddy act. Sometimes the duo delivers an inside joke or an inspirational quote. Other times it's a pop tune sung in unison. "Sometimes it switches up," Loftus said.
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November 15, 2009 | By Jonathan Tannenwald FOR THE INQUIRER
In the six years since Penn's last win at Harvard Stadium, the Quakers have been beset by all kinds of roadblocks that kept them from winning an Ivy League championship. Last season, it was an interception in the waning moments against Harvard at Franklin Field. In 2006, the team's inconsistent kicking contributed to three consecutive overtime losses. But yesterday, Penn finally put that in the past. The Quakers stormed to a 17-0 halftime lead and never looked back en route to a 17-7 win over the Crimson that clinched at least a share of the Ivy League title.
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November 13, 2009 | By Keith Pompey, Inquirer Staff Writer
Turn back the calendar to Nov. 15, 2008, and Penn faced Harvard in a football game with huge Ivy League title implications. The Quakers had the ball for nearly 40 minutes and gained 445 yards of total offense in contrast to 261 for the Crimson. But, aided by free safety Ryan Barnes' three interceptions, Harvard went on to capture a 24-21 victory. The win gave the Crimson a share of its second consecutive league title. "We dominated that game," Penn coach Al Bagnoli said. "We dominated everything statistically.
SPORTS
November 13, 2009
Tomorrow's Penn-Harvard game will not be on television. But you can get fullcoverageon Philly.com's live blog from Harvard Stadium on go.philly.com/pretzel starting just before the 12 p.m. kickoff.
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November 12, 2009 | by Mike Kern
Temple at Akron Tomorrow, 8:30 p.m. InfoCision Stadium, Akron, Ohio. TV: ESPNU Radio: WPHT (1210-AM) Records: Temple 7-2, 5-0 MAC; Akron 2-7, 1-4. History: Temple leads, 11-7. Temple won last year, 27-6. Temple update: Owls have won seven straight. They blew an 18-point, fourth-quarter lead last week at home to Miami (Ohio) but won by two on a short field goal at the end Freshman Bernard Pierce is the third-leading rusher in FBS, with at least 178 yards in each of last three games.
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August 12, 2009 | By Kevin Tatum INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
After being picked to finish fourth in the Ivy League last year and finishing third, the Penn football team will enter the 2009 season rated behind only favored Harvard and with its sights on the Quakers' first title since 2003. "We have the makings of being a pretty good football team," said Penn coach Al Bagnoli, who has compiled a 200-73 career record with a league-record six outright crowns in 17 years with the team. "I'm looking at the experience we have at key positions. " Penn (6-4, 5-2 Ivy)
ENTERTAINMENT
February 20, 2009 | By Steven Rea INQUIRER MOVIE CRITIC
A spiritual force, the stars realigning, the gods seizing control. . . . To hear the veterans of the legendary Nov. 23, 1968 Harvard-Yale football game recall that day, what happened on the Cambridge field was nothing short of cosmic. Of course, it was only a game. But in the annals of college football - and the gridiron rivalry between the Ivy League's Crimson and Bulldog teams - it was a contest of epic proportions. Kevin Rafferty's thrilling documentary Harvard Beats Yale 29-29 revisits the improbable events of that cold, sunny day, incorporating great play-by-play film coverage with interviews of the guys - now in their 60s - who ran around, passing and blocking, fumbling and intercepting, in the craziness of Harvard Stadium.
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November 14, 2004 | By Ron Reid INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
This time there would be no salvation born of a fourth-quarter comeback, nor any redemption from early mistakes. Those things don't happen for a team being manhandled as thoroughly as Penn was yesterday at Franklin Field in a costly 31-10 loss to Harvard. The only unbeaten team in Division I-AA, Harvard (9-0 overall, 6-0 Ivy League) simply dominated Penn (7-2, 5-1) for all but about 12 minutes of the first quarter and thereby ended the Quakers' Ivy League winning streak at 20 games.
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