PHILADELPHIA - The first sign of football season at the University of Pennsylvania came today as the players reported to campus for the start of preseason camp on Monday.
In a change from previous years, the Quakers will practice in the morning during camp. Tuesday's first practice is the exception with an afternoon start at Penn Park in the shadows of Philadelphia's skyline. The practice is the first of 26 scheduled for the team before its season opener Sept. 19 at Lehigh. The first full-pad practice is scheduled for August 22.
In head coach Ray Priore's first season at the helm, Penn will host four Ivy opponents and a nationally-ranked non-league foe at Franklin Field. The home opener is Oct. 3 against Dartmouth in a game designated as Military Appreciation Day.Family Weekend features Penn's first nationally televised night game at historic Franklin Field with a 7 p.m. kickoff against Yale on NBC Sports. The Princeton game on Nov. 7 marks Homecoming, and Penn will close out this season at home against Cornell on Nov. 21.
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