Pennsylvania Quakers Football tickets
Team: Penn Quakers
NCAA Division and Conference: Division I-AA FCS, Ivy League
Founded in: 1876
Stadium: Franklin Field
Head Coach: Ray Priore
National titles: 7 (1894, 1895, 1897, 1904, 1907, 1908, 1924)
Pennsylvania Quakers Football TicketsBetter known as the Penn Quakers, the University of Pennsylvania's football team is one of the most historic in all of college football. Founded in 1876, Penn continues to play its games at Franklin Field, which was originally built in 1895. It is the oldest stadium in college football. Over their many years on the field, the Quakers have racked up 837 wins, the 11th-highest total in college football. They also have a winning percentage of 62.9%, which comes in at No. 21 among all college football programs and No. 7 in the FCS. Over the years, 18 different members of the College Football Hall of Fame played for the Pennsylvania Quakers. The team competed as independents until 1956 when it joined the Ivy League. In 1981, they moved with the rest of the conference to Division I-AA, now known as the FCS. If you want to enjoy a Pennsylvania Quakers football game, you can get tickets at StubHub, the world's largest online ticket marketplace.
Who is the head coach of Pennsylvania Quakers football?Ray Priore is the head coach for the Pennsylvania Quakers football games. He took over the position after the end of the 2014 season, and the Penn Quakers have enjoyed a 26-14 record under his leadership. He coached linebackers at Albany University while attending graduate school and began coaching at the University of Pennsylvania after his graduation. He moved through the Penn program after coming to the university in 1987. He became an assistant head coach in 2006 and moved up to the head spot in 2014. Priore is known for his achievements in improving the team defensively during his time as defensive coordinator.
Who are some famous players from the Pennsylvania Quakers football team?Over the years, 18 former Pennsylvania Quakers football players have been inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame. Some of the best-known alumni include Bert Bell, who later became NFL commissioner and owner of both the Philadelphia Eagles and Pittsburgh Steelers, George H. Brooke, Jim Finn and Alden Knipe. John Heisman, for whom the Heisman Trophy is named, was a Quaker. John H. Outland, the namesake of the Outland Trophy, also played for the Penn Quakers.
Does the Pennsylvania Quakers football schedule feature any notable rivalries?Penn has three main rivalries, all of which are in the Ivy League. The Quakers have had an ongoing series with the Cornell Big Red since 1876, Harvard Crimson since 1883 and Princeton Tigers since 1876. Penn leads all three series by a significant margin. The Quakers also lead the Ivy League in a number of key areas. They have won 13 Ivy League titles, the most in the conference, and the Quakers have had eight unbeaten seasons in the league.
Has the Pennsylvania Quakers football team won any national championships?Over the years, the Penn Quakers football program has claimed seven national championships, in 1894, 1895, 1897, 1904, 1907, 1908 and 1924. On six of those occasions, a majority of selectors declared the Pennsylvania Quakers to be the winners of the season. However, while the Quakers claim a 1907 title, the majority of selectors argued that the Yale Bulldogs were that year's winner.
Why is Franklin Field so historical?As the oldest stadium in football, Franklin Field has achieved many firsts. It was home to the first stadium scoreboard, the first college football radio broadcast and the first college football television broadcast.
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