Brown at Penn
October 27, 2012
Penn 20, Brown 17

- Today's game was the 1,330th game in school history, an NCAA record. The Quakers are the only school in NCAA history to reach 1,300 games.

- Penn has never been shut out at home in the Al Bagnoli era. The last time they were scoreless at home was Nov. 18, 1989 when Dartmouth won 24-0. That was 117 home games ago.

- The Quakers have allowed just one opening-drive touchdown over the last 40 games, dating back to Nov. 1, 2008. The only team to do so was Lafayette in the 2012 season opener - they needed to go just 14 yards to do so

- Penn led at the half for the second time this year. The first was Sept. 29 at Dartmouth (Penn won 28-21).

- Senior Scott Lopano punted the ball eight times, giving him 177 for his career. He needs nine to tie Rob Sims (1990-92) for the school record (186).

- Lopano had 296 punt yards. That gives him 6,843 for his career at Penn and moves him past Simms for first all-time.

- The Quakers are 19-3 in their last 22 October games.

- With the win, Penn has now won four of the last five games against the Bears.

- Penn now has its first four-game Homecoming winning streak since a nine-game winning streak from 1996-2004.

- The win gives Penn its 40th in 50 games at Franklin Field against Brown.

- Senior quarterback Billy Ragone is now 14-4 as a starter against the Ivy League (8-1 at home).

- Ragone had 211 yards of total offense (165 pass, 46 rush). He becomes the third player in program history to reach 5,000 for his career (5,157). He needs 237 more to tie Mike Mitchell (1999-2003) for second all-time.

- Ragone had 165 passing yards, he needs 21 to tie Pat McDermott (2003-05) for sixth all-time.

- Ragone had 22 pass attempts, he needs six more to tie Matt Rader (1997-98) for fifth all-time.

- Ragone had two passing touchdowns, passing Pat McDermott (2003-05) and tying Mark DeRosa (1994-95) for sixth all-time with 25 for his career.

- Ragone completed 13 passes to move into fifth all-time with 324. He needs 12 more to tie Rader for fourth.

- This was Ragone’s seventh career comeback in the fourth quarter or overtime and second this season.

- Connor Loftus’ game-tying 45-yard field goal with 2:12 remaining in the fourth quarter was a career-long.

- Jason Seifert’s 36-yard touchdown reception was his first catch of the season. It was also his first career touchdown.

- Penn had four interceptions. They had forced three turnovers all season entering the game.

- Drew Harris, Feerooz Yacoobi, Trevor Niemann, and Taylor Brown all had their first-career interceptions.