Thursday, October 23, 2014

Bagnoli's final homecoming

I spoke with Penn coach Al Bagnoli for a story on Quakers SS Evan Jackson.

I also spoke to Bagnoli, an East Haven native, about his final trip to the Bowl. Bagnoli is set to step down after this season, his 23rd as Quakers coach.

"It's always been fun to go back there," Bagnoli said. "That's a good team and a great venue with tremendous history. There's a lot of family so that's always nice. It's a work day for us. But the final time, walking off the field, I'll take a good long look around. Its been very enjoyable." 

2 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bagnoli did it the right way. Need more coaches like him in college football. Unlike these guys who would sell their soul for a win.

11:37 PM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

11:37 You're kidding, right.

Penn is well known for accepting "student athletes" who couldn't spell cat if you spotted them the c and the a

9:16 AM 

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