Penn at Lafayette
September 15, 2012
Lafayette 28, Penn 21
- The Quakers have lost three games in a row for the first time since the 2006-07 seasons when Penn lost four straight - the final game of 2006 and the first three of 2007.
- Penn allowed an opening drive touchdown for the first time since Nov. 1, 2008 (33 games) - though Lafayette had to go just 14 yards to do it.
- Penn has now forced at least one turnover in 10 straight games.
- Penn did not record a sack for the first time in 17 games.
- Penn's 344 pass yards were the most for the Quakers in nearly six years. The Quakers combined for 355 pass yards in a double overtime loss at Princeton on Nov. 4, 2006 (31-30).
- Penn's seven interceptions were the most since giving up as many against Villanova in 2007.
- Junior Conner Scott's 12 receptions tied for third-most in a single-game at Penn. It also marked the most catches for a Quaker since Dan Castles caught a dozen on Oct. 10, 2004 against Bucknell. Scott's 161 receiving yards ranks 10th in the single-game school record book and marks the most since Castles had 204 against Cornell on Nov. 22, 2003.
- Senior Lyle Marsh set a career high with eight receptions and 66 receiving yards. He entered the game with seven career receptions and 44 yards. The receiving touchdowns were the first two of his career.
- Senior Billy Ragone's 58 rushing yards led the team - his highest total since he ran for 94 yards in a win over Yale last season (Oct. 22, 2011).
- Junior Sebastian Jaskowski and Wilk each matched career highs in tackles - which they set against Cornell in the 2011 season finale. Jaskowski had 11 for the second straight game and Wilk had six.
- Senior Billy Ragone moved up two spots in the Penn record books. He threw for 153 yards which gives him 2,864 for his career. That ranks him 12th all-time at Penn, passing both Gary Vura and John McGeehan Saturday.
- Ragone's 23 pass attempts gives him 415 for his career which ranks 13th all-time at Penn. His 14 completions moved him into 10th-place in the school record book with 238 for his career.
- Ragone's team-high 211 yards of total offense moved him up two places to No. 4 all-time at Penn with 3,960 for his career. He is 40 yards away from becoming just the 4th Penn player ever with 4,000 career yards of total offense.