Friday, August 16, 2013

Around the Ivy: A look at PENN

PENN

Last year: 6-4 (6-1 Ivy League)

About the Quakers: The Quakers come in as the preseason favorite to repeat as champions in a very deep Ivy League.

Penn returns 20 starters, including eight all-league players.

How fifth-year QB Billy Ragone responds to his ankle injury may be the biggest question heading into the season for Penn.

The former Cheshire star broke his ankle late last season. He’s been cleared to play but coach Al Bagnoli noted he just has to work on the psychological part of getting through the injury.

“We know we are going to have to take things slow and we know we are going to have to integrate him back into different pace than we normally would considering the injury that he had,” Bagnoli said. “But we also think, ultimately, he is going to be fine. We just have to do a really good job of preseason and those early games of getting comfortable and having confidence that the ankle can withstand the rigors of football." On the defensive side, Penn has some good, young talent with a handful of playmakers at LB and in the secondary.

2 Comments:

Anonymous walt yale blue said...

chris just to let you know you know you might want to go on vacation yale football practice is closed to everyone for two weeks .what a shame .Iknow im upset and alot of other football fans will be to. what the hell what happen to braden meador did he just leave the team or was he hurt . thanks walt yale blue.

10:22 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Meador quit the team and then quit school. He couldn't handle the pressures of balancing academics and athletics. No point in crying over spilled milk.

1:44 PM 

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