Bagnoli and Quakers "Look at Present;" Chance for Garton in Limited Capacity

For the first time since the 2004 season, Penn Football has started its conference slate unblemished through four outings. To reach this point, the Quakers cleared a crucial conference hurdle this past Saturday in Providence, RI by delivering a 14-7 overtime defeat of Brown, and stopping a four-game skid to the Bears in the process. In the victory, the Red and Blue defefense refused to surrender an offensive score for the second consecutive contest, while the club's passing attack provided its most productive performance of the fall.

Tied atop the Ancient Eight standings with defending co-champion Harvard, Penn puts its perfect Ivy League record on the line against nemesis Princeton in the 101st meeting of the two programs. In the latest installment of the 'Independence Blue Cross Al Bagnoli Show,' the George A. Munger Head Coach of Football at Penn stresses the importance of his squad maintaining its focus in facing a foe with a misleading record. He also provides an encouraging update on the health of first-string quarterback Keiffer Garton.

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