Bagnoli's Quakers "Know What's At Stake" Against Cornell

With a sound 17-7 triumph amidst a driving rainstorm at Harvard last Saturday, Penn Football clinched a share of the Ivy League championship for the first time since 2003. This Saturday against Cornell, the Quakers will strive to seize the program's 14th title outright in the 116th edition of the fifth-longest played rivalry in college football history. Also up for grabs, the Trustees Cup, dedicated in 1995 to symbolize and celebrate the significance of this storied series between Ancient Eight adversaries.

In the latest installment of the 'Independence Blue Cross Al Bagnoli Show,' the George A. Munger Head Coach of Football at Penn elaborates on his emotions about returning the 24th-ranked Red and Blue to the conference's top perch, and some of the key moments from the team's victory over the Crimson. He also assesses his team's focus heading into this weekend, and the implications of closing out a memorable 2009 campaign positively.

To view Bagnoli's weekly Penn Sports Network interview, please click the above link.

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