Bagnoli Praises Program for 'Complete Victory,' Expects Blackmon Back Saturday

Penn pushed its way into a tie with Harvard atop the Ancient Eight standings last Saturday with a decisive 27-13 victory at Columbia. The Red and Blue, bolstered by the returns of key cogs on both sides of the ball, managed to overcome early errors on offense to capitalize on a dominant defensive effort against the Lions, as the Light Blue were limited to -20 rushing yards and forced into committing seven turnovers.

Riding the momentum of a three-game winning streak, the Quakers (3-2, 2-0) come back to Franklin Field for a Family Weekend pairing with Yale (3-2, 1-1). The match-up marks a meeting with the Ivy League's top two defensive units.

In the sixth edition of the 'Independence Blue Cross Al Bagnoli Show,' the George A. Munger Head Coach of Football at Penn previews several special events surrounding the contest, while also looking back on his club's most recent victory, and addressing the latest injury issues for his squad.

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