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2013 Penn Quakers football
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Conference Ivy League
2013 record 4–6 (3–4 Ivy)
Head coach Al Bagnoli (22nd year)
Offensive coordinator Jon McLaughlin (5th year)
Defensive coordinator Ray Priore (16th year)
Home stadium Franklin Field
(Capacity: 52,958)
Seasons
« 2012 2014 »

Template:2013 Ivy League football standings The 2013 Penn Quakers football team represented the University of Pennsylvania in the 2013 NCAA Division I FCS football season. They were led by 22nd year head coach Al Bagnoli and played their home games at Franklin Field. They were a member of the Ivy League. They finished with a record of 4–6 overall, 3–4 in Ivy League play for a 3-way tie finish for 4th.

Coaching staffEdit

Name Position Seasons at Penn Alma Mater
Al Bagnoli Head Coach 21 Central Connecticut State
Steven Downs Running Backs Coach 15 Central State University
Jon Dupont Linebackers Coach 7 St. Lawrence University
Mark Fabish Wide Receivers Coach/Passing Game Coordinator 4 Penn
Jon McLaughlin Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line Coach 8 Alfred University
Ray Priore Associate Head Coach/Defensive Coordinator/
Defensive Backs Coach
27 Albany University
Jim Schaefer Defensive Line Coach 22 St. Lawrence University
Rick Ulrich Tight Ends Coach 8 West Chester University
Dave Wood Defensive Assistant 3 Widener University
Larry Woods Quarterbacks Coach 22 St. John's University
Reference:[1]


ScheduleEdit

DateTimeOpponentSiteTVResultAttendance
September 216:00 PMLafayette*ESPN3W 27–218,103
September 285:00 PMat No. 19 Villanova*L 6–358,717
October 51:00 PMDartmouth
  • Franklin Field
  • Philadelphia, PA
W 37–31 4OT12,017
October 123:30 PMat William & Mary*L 14–277,921
October 191:30 PMat ColumbiaW 21–710,820
October 261:00 PMYale
  • Franklin Field
  • Philadelphia, PA
W 28–1711,289
November 212:30 PMat BrownFCS CentralL 0–274,590
November 912:00 PMPrinceton
  • Franklin Field
  • Philadelphia, PA
L 26–3821,214
November 1612:00 PMat HarvardNBCSNL 30–3810,235
November 231:00 PMCornell
  • Franklin Field
  • Philadelphia, PA
L 41–427,057

Game summariesEdit

September 21 vs. LafayetteEdit

Lafayette vs. Penn – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
Lafayette 0 7 0 14

21

Penn 10 3 14 0

27

at Franklin Field

Game information
First quarter
  • PENN – Ty Taylor 5 Yd Pass From Billy Ragone (Connor Loftus Kick), 9:15 (PENN 7–0)
  • PENN – Connor Loftus 30 Yd field goal, 0:27 (PENN 10–0)
Second quarter
  • LAF – Mark Ross 29 Yd Pass From Zach Zweizig (Ryan Gralish Kick), 12:40 (PENN 10–7)
  • PENN – Connor Loftus 39 Yd field goal, 7:52 (PENN 13–7)
Third quarter
  • PENN – Mitchell King 4 Yd Pass From Billy Ragone (Connor Loftus Kick), 11:30 (PENN 20–7)
  • PENN – Spencer Kulcsar 7 Yd Run (Connor Loftus Kick), 6:11 (PENN 27–7)
Fourth quarter
  • LAF – Ross Scheuerman 7 Yd Run (Ryan Gralish Kick), 10:51 (PENN 27–14)
  • LAF – Ross Scheuerman 1 Yd Run (Ryan Gralish Kick), 5:31 (PENN 27–21)
Top passer
  • Billy Ragone – 21/28, 218 yards, 2 TD, INT
Top rusher
  • Brandon Colavita – 15 rushes, 56 yards
Top receiver
  • Spencer Kulcsar – 5 receptions, 66 yards

Improving to 4–0 when wearing their alternate red jerseys, the Quakers defeated the Lafayette Leopards 27–21 for the program's 820th overall win, 10th in the NCAA.[2]

September 28 vs. VillanovaEdit

Penn vs. Villanova – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
Penn 0 0 6 0

6

Villanova 14 7 7 7

35

at Villanova Stadium

Game information
First quarter
  • VILL – Joe Price 15 Yd Pass From John Robertson (Mark Hamilton Kick), 7:52 (VILL 7–0)
  • VILL – Craig James 73 Yd Return Of Blocked Field Goal (Mark Hamilton Kick), 1:14 (VILL 14–0)
Second quarter
  • VILL – Poppy Livers 50 Yd Pass From John Robertson (Mark Hamilton Kick), 11:08 (VILL 21–0)
Third quarter
  • PENN – Spencer Kulcsar 9 Yd Pass From Billy Ragone (XP no good), 7:08 (VILL 21–6)
  • VILL – John Robertson 36 Yd Run (Mark Hamilton Kick), 5:08 (VILL 28–6)
Fourth quarter
  • VILL – Poppy Livers 6 Yd Pass From John Robertson (Mark Hamilton Kick), 14:18 (VILL 35–6)
Top passer
  • Billy Ragone – 18/35, 192 yards, TD, INT
Top rusher
  • Brandon Colavita – 11 rushes, 20 yards
Top receiver
  • Conner Scott – 11 receptions, 129 yards

In their second game, Villanova trounced the Quakers at Villanova Stadium in a crosstown rivalry for the 12th consecutive season.[3] Of the many shortcomings from Penn in the game, "all pale in comparison to what happened to Penn’s running game". They had a total of 21 carries for just 43 yards, averaging just over two yards per carry. Villanova's coach Andy Talley commented, "I just think our D-line played a little better than their O-line today."[4] After the "reality check", the Quakers were set to begin their Ivy League slate.[5]

ReferencesEdit

  1. "Football – Coaches". PennAthletics.com. University of Pennsylvania. http://www.pennathletics.com/SportSelect.dbml?&DB_OEM_ID=1700&SPID=537&SPSID=8569. Retrieved September 29, 2013.
  2. "Game Notes vs. Lafayette, September 21, 2013". PennAthletics.com – The Official Website of University of Pennsylvania Athletics. University of Pennsylvania. September 21, 2013. http://www.pennathletics.com/ViewArticle.dbml?SPID=537&DB_OEM_ID=1700&ATCLID=209265079. Retrieved September 29, 2013.
  3. Associated Press. "Robertson leads Villanova past Pennsylvania 35–6". ESPN. ESPN Internet Ventures. http://espn.go.com/ncf/recap?gameId=332710222. Retrieved September 29, 2013.
  4. Phillips, John (September 28, 2013). "Penn football running in neutral". The Daily Pennsylvanian. http://www.thedp.com/article/2013/09/phillips-penn-football-running-in-neutral_0928. Retrieved September 29, 2013.
  5. Ott, Alex (September 28, 2013). "Villanova wipes out Penn football, 35–6". The Daily Pennsylvanian. http://www.thedp.com/article/2013/09/villanova-wipes-out-penn-football-35-6. Retrieved September 29, 2013.
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