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October 26, 2002 | By Joe Juliano INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The demand to see Al Bagnoli when he returns to his hometown of New Haven, Conn., is still heavy, even if Bagnoli is spending his 11th season as the head football coach at Penn. Bagnoli estimates he'll have at least 75 friends and family members at the Yale Bowl today when the Quakers, seeking to remain unbeaten in the Ivy League, take on the Bulldogs. If only Bagnoli's cheering section could turn around the Quakers' fortunes at Yale. Penn (4-1 overall, 2-0 Ivy) has lost its last two games at the Yale Bowl.
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October 29, 1995 | By Joe Juliano, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
On a day when a scuba diving suit would have been as appropriate an outfit as a helmet and shoulder pads, the 11 guys on the Penn defense did their best impression of Jaws. Peering through the rain, the Quakers frequently hunted their prey in the Yale backfield. They menaced each of the opponent's three quarterbacks, whether the Bulldogs were passing or running. And they fiercely defended their goal line for more than 59 minutes. The Penn offense didn't have all that much success attacking on the soggy turf of the Yale Bowl, but three field goals by Jeremiah Greathouse and a 76- yard touchdown bomb from Mark DeRosa to Felix Rouse were enough for a 16-6 Ivy League victory before 3,500 hardy souls, even though 16,929 tickets were sold.
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October 22, 2004 | By Ron Reid INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Defense - the most consistent element in the Penn football season to date - should face a serious test tomorrow when the Quakers square off against Yale in New Haven, Conn. While Penn has forged a 17-game win streak against Ivy League opposition, the Quakers (4-1 overall, 2-0 league) will be taking on a rival armed with some impressive skill-position players. "Their team is [also] somewhat desperate," Penn coach Al Bagnoli said of the Bulldogs earlier this week, "because they've lost a game.
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October 20, 2012
Saturday at noon, Yale Bowl, New Haven, Conn. Records: Penn, 2-3 overall, 2-0 Ivy League; Yale, 1-4, 0-2. TV/Radio: NBC Sports Network/WFIL 560-AM Coaches: Penn, Al Bagnoli (21st season, 138-65; 224-84 overall); Yale, Anthony Reno, (1st season, 1-4) Series: Yale leads, 45-33-1. Three Things to Watch Teams have trouble winning the field-position battle against Penn because the Quakers lead the Football Championship Subdivision in net punting (40.41 yards)
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October 26, 2008 | By Jonathan Tannenwald FOR THE INQUIRER
In the last two seasons, Penn lost to Yale in overtime in part because of errors committed by Quakers kickers. So it was fitting that Penn kicker Andrew Samson broke the losing streak single-handedly yesterday. He made three second-half field goals, including the game-winning 31-yarder with 4 minutes, 35 seconds left on the clock, and Penn held on for a 9-7 victory in front of 10,490 at the Yale Bowl. As Penn coach Al Bagnoli reflected on the result, he could not help but laugh about the twist of fate.
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November 21, 1987 | By H. G. Bissinger, Inquirer Staff Writer
So what's it like preparing for the 104th rendition of The Game, also known in some circles as Harvard-Yale? Sure, it's one of college football's most enduring rivalries. But what kind of rivalry is it in which one of the pregame activities last night was a meeting sponsored by the Hare Krishnas of Yale entitled: "Free Vegetarian Feast and Discourse on Yale-Harvard. Is The Game about Materialism?" And OK, the game is for the Ivy League title. And yes, it's the first time since 1975 that Harvard (7-2)
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November 22, 1987 | By H. G. Bissinger, Inquirer Staff Writer
Plagued by lackluster passing, nonexistent running and even worse punting that featured kicks of 11 yards and 3 yards in the second half, Yale almost beat Harvard yesterday. Which says something about the caliber of this Ivy League title contest that was dominated not by brilliant plays but by sub-20-degree temperatures and 25-mile-an-hour winds. It wasn't pretty at the Yale Bowl, before 66,548 fans. Because of the winds, punting and passing were difficult for both teams. The wide-open game that many anticipated because of the throwing abilities of Yale's Kelly Ryan and Harvard's Tom Yohe wasn't there.
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October 21, 2010 | by Mike Kern
Noon Saturday UB Stadium, Buffalo TV: 6ABC. Radio: WPHT (1210-AM) Records: Temple 5-2, 2-1 MAC; Buffalo 2-4, 1-1. History: Buffalo leads, 12-2. Temple update: Owls beat Bowling Green, 28-27, by stopping two-point conversion pass on final play of game . . . Owls have won 14 of last 17 games in regular season . . . In 2008, they lost at Buffalo on a last-play Hail Mary pass . . . RB Bernard Pierce (ankle) looked as good as he has in a month last week . . . Might play two quarterbacks, Chester Stewart and Mike Girardi . . . Next week, Owls host winless Akron.
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October 24, 2004 | By Ron Reid INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
With a magnificent second-half effort on both sides of the ball, Penn outmuscled Yale yesterday for a 17-7 victory that extended the Quakers' Ivy League win streak to 18 games. Blocking harder, slipping blocks cleaner, and hogging the ball over those last two quarters, the Quakers dominated the late going and handed the Bulldogs a defeat that likely took them out of championship contention. It was Penn's 11th victory in the last 13 meetings with Yale and the second weekend in a row that the Bulldogs were held without a touchdown after halftime.
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November 11, 1990 | By John C. Shipley Jr., Special to The Inquirer
Yale scored four touchdowns in the second half to break a 7-7 halftime tie and rout Princeton, 34-7, before over 65,000 empty seats at the Yale Bowl yesterday. The game was played in a steady downpour, with temperatures in the 40s and 20 m.p.h winds that toppled concession stands. The announced attendance was 5,500, but fewer than 1,000 of the stadium's 71,000 seats were occupied when the final gun sounded. "They did not let the weather affect them," Tigers head coach Steve Tosches said.
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October 20, 2012
Saturday at noon, Yale Bowl, New Haven, Conn. Records: Penn, 2-3 overall, 2-0 Ivy League; Yale, 1-4, 0-2. TV/Radio: NBC Sports Network/WFIL 560-AM Coaches: Penn, Al Bagnoli (21st season, 138-65; 224-84 overall); Yale, Anthony Reno, (1st season, 1-4) Series: Yale leads, 45-33-1. Three Things to Watch Teams have trouble winning the field-position battle against Penn because the Quakers lead the Football Championship Subdivision in net punting (40.41 yards)
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October 19, 2012 | by Mike Kern, kernm@phillynews.com
RUTGERS AT TEMPLE Saturday, noon, Lincoln Financical Field TV: 6ABC. Radio: WPHT (1210-AM), WIP (610-AM) Records: Rutgers 6-0, 3-0 Big East; Temple 3-2, 2-0 History: Rutgers leads series, 19-15. It won the last meeting, in 2004. About Rutgers: The Scarlet Knights, under first-year coach Kyle Flood, are ranked 19th . . . They do it mostly with defense and special teams. Last week against Syracuse they ran back a blocked field goal for a TD . . . Senior LB Khaseem Green was the Walter Camp National Defensive Player of the Week, for his 14 tackles, three forced fumbles and an interception . . . It's the fifth time they've been 6-0, first in 6years . . . Gary Nova has gone 153 straight passes without a pick . . . Jawan Jamison is averaging a Big East-best 112.5 yards a game rushing.
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October 26, 2008 | By Jonathan Tannenwald FOR THE INQUIRER
In the last two seasons, Penn lost to Yale in overtime in part because of errors committed by Quakers kickers. So it was fitting that Penn kicker Andrew Samson broke the losing streak single-handedly yesterday. He made three second-half field goals, including the game-winning 31-yarder with 4 minutes, 35 seconds left on the clock, and Penn held on for a 9-7 victory in front of 10,490 at the Yale Bowl. As Penn coach Al Bagnoli reflected on the result, he could not help but laugh about the twist of fate.
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October 24, 2004 | By Ron Reid INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
With a magnificent second-half effort on both sides of the ball, Penn outmuscled Yale yesterday for a 17-7 victory that extended the Quakers' Ivy League win streak to 18 games. Blocking harder, slipping blocks cleaner, and hogging the ball over those last two quarters, the Quakers dominated the late going and handed the Bulldogs a defeat that likely took them out of championship contention. It was Penn's 11th victory in the last 13 meetings with Yale and the second weekend in a row that the Bulldogs were held without a touchdown after halftime.
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October 22, 2004 | By Ron Reid INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Defense - the most consistent element in the Penn football season to date - should face a serious test tomorrow when the Quakers square off against Yale in New Haven, Conn. While Penn has forged a 17-game win streak against Ivy League opposition, the Quakers (4-1 overall, 2-0 league) will be taking on a rival armed with some impressive skill-position players. "Their team is [also] somewhat desperate," Penn coach Al Bagnoli said of the Bulldogs earlier this week, "because they've lost a game.
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October 27, 2002 | By Joe Juliano INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Mike Mitchell and Rob Milanese love to play pitch and catch regardless of the game situation, the opposing defense, or the weather. Yesterday, given great protection amid the rain and wind that greeted Penn and Yale at the Yale Bowl, Mitchell kept pitching and Milanese kept catching. Two of Mitchell's three touchdown passes went to Milanese, and the Quakers remained undefeated in the Ivy League with a 41-20 thrashing of the Bulldogs. The Quakers (5-1 overall, 3-0 Ivy) rolled up 535 yards of total offense, including 428 yards through the air. The Bulldogs (3-3, 1-2)
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October 26, 2002 | By Joe Juliano INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The demand to see Al Bagnoli when he returns to his hometown of New Haven, Conn., is still heavy, even if Bagnoli is spending his 11th season as the head football coach at Penn. Bagnoli estimates he'll have at least 75 friends and family members at the Yale Bowl today when the Quakers, seeking to remain unbeaten in the Ivy League, take on the Bulldogs. If only Bagnoli's cheering section could turn around the Quakers' fortunes at Yale. Penn (4-1 overall, 2-0 Ivy) has lost its last two games at the Yale Bowl.
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October 22, 2000 | By Joe Juliano, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The members of the Penn defense jogged wearily to their sideline at the Yale Bowl and plopped themselves on the bench midway through the fourth quarter, completely exhausted and confounded by the ability of Yale to hang on to the football. The Bulldogs conducted a clinic in ball-control offense in the second half yesterday. They scored at the end of drives of 13, 15 and 10 plays, and defeated the Quakers, 27-24, in an Ivy League contest before a crowd of 35,050 enjoying the warm sunny day and the blazing fall foliage.
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October 31, 1999 | By Joe Juliano, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Penn made the acquaintance yesterday of yet another opposing quarterback who did an expert job of carving up its shell-shocked defense. Only this time, Yale's Joe Walland did it with his feet as well as his left arm. Walland, an elusive 5-foot-11, 205-pound senior, scrambled 29 yards for the winning touchdown midway through the fourth quarter as the Bulldogs struck a near-mortal blow to Penn's hopes of repeating as Ivy League champions with a...
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