Al Bagnoli’s 23rd season as Penn football coach will be his last, but he might not be leaving 33rd Street.
Al Bagnoli is set to announce his retirement after 23 years and nine Ivy League titles.
The Quakers are going for their third consecutive outright conference title, and their fourth in five years.
Soft Pretzel Logic: As with last season, there will be three games against scholarship programs - and that includes the Patriot League this year.
Soft Pretzel Logic: From a Penn perspective, the positive news is that the Quakers are very much in the running for the Ivy League football title. Penn is 2-3 overall, but 2-0 in the Ivy after Saturday’s comeback 24-20 win over Columbia.
Penn football coach Al Bagnoli chatted with The Inquirer's Marc Narducci at the weekly local college football coaches' luncheon about the Quakers' season-opening game against Lafayette this coming Saturday.
The Ivy League announced its slate of football games that will be nationally televised this coming fall on Thursday morning. Penn will be featured three times.
People like Andy Talley have enough to do during the week without being distracted by trying to figure out whether his team will finally move up from Division I-AA to I-A.
Chatting from press row at Franklin Field on a spectacular day to be outdoors.
Chatting live amid the fall foliage in New England.