Oct. 12, 2013
William & Mary 27, Penn 14
- Today's game was the 1,337th game in school history, an NCAA record. The Quakers are the only school in NCAA history to reach 1,300 games.
- Penn now trails the all-time series with William & Mary, 6-1, with six straight losses dating back to 1944. The Quakers have lost 13 in a row to CAA opponents and four straight non-league road games.
- Penn has allowed an opening drive touchdown just twice since 2008 (47 games). Prior to today - where the Tribe needed just 12 yards - the last team to score on the opening drive against Penn was Lafayette in the 2012 season opener - where they only needed to go 14 yards for the score.
- Senior Billy Ragone's second completion of the game gave him 400 for his career. He is the third Penn player to reach that mark (Gavin Hoffman, 651; Mike Mitchell, 463). Ragone finished with 14 completions and has 412 for his career.
- Ragone's two touchdown passes give him 54 touchdowns at Penn (34 pass, 20 rush). That ties him for most all-time at Penn with Gavin Hoffman (1999-2001).
- Ragone threw two touchdown passes and now has 34 for his career. That ties Jimmy McGeehan (1991-93) for third all-time at Penn and 22nd-most in Ivy League history.
- Ragone threw multiple touchdown passes for the 10th time in his career.
- Ragone has now thrown a touchdown pass in 10 straight starts.
- Junior Ryan O'Malley had his first multi-touchdown game. He now has four career touchdown catches.
- Penn had four or more sacks for the third time this season.
- Sophomore Austin Taps had a career-best two sacks. Penn now has multiple sacks in three of four games this season. The Quakers have had at least one sack in seven straight games.
- Junior Spencer Kulcsar had a career-best 84 rushing yards.
- Seven different Quakers had a reception.
- Senior Christopher Bush’s start at center marks the 23rd game that he and Ragone have started together.
- Senior wideout Ryan Mitchell, who now has a catch in 24 straight games, has 1,184 career receiving yards to move into 11th-place all-time at Penn. He is just 27 yards from the top 10 (Colin Smith, 1998-2001).
- Senior Sebastian Jaskowski had a career-best 12 tackles. He had previously had 11 tackles on three seperate occasions. He also added a forced fumble and fumble recovery.
- Senior Evan Jackson had a career-high eight tackles. That bested the previous career high he set last week with seven in the win over Dartmouth.
- Senior Sam Chwarzynski had a sack for the fourth time in the last five games. He also forced a fumble for the second straight game.