Bagnoli: Garton 'Game-Time Decision'

For the second straight season, the Penn Quakers have commenced conference competition unblemished through their first three Ivy League games. By blanking Yale this past Saturday for the program's first shutout since defeating Princeton 7-0 back on November 3rd, 2007, the Red and Blue remained tied atop the Ancient Eight standings with defending co-champion Harvard.

The other half of 2008's title tandem, Brown, has presented a road block for Penn the four previous years, as the Bears have posted four victories in a row over the Quakers dating back to 2005. On Saturday, Al Bagnoli's squad, boasting the nation's third-ranked defense, strives to snap this skid against a club with the country's 17th-best offense. In the latest installment of his weekly interview series, the George A. Munger Head Coach of Football at Penn previews the anticipated match-up, while reviewing the keys to a critical victory over the Bulldogs last weekend.

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