- $44 for four general-admission bleacher tickets and four $5 concession vouchers ($60 value)
The Scouting Report
Before Franklin Field is closed for the winter so the the varsity Iditarod team can train their sled dogs, the Quakers will charge into the historic stadium one final time on November 21 for their annual end-of-season Ivy League showdown with the Cornell Big Red. Almost a year ago to the day, the Quakers finished off their 2014 campaign on a high note by topping the Big Red 34–26. This time around, Penn will pursue another pleasant outcome behind wide receiver Justin Watson, whose touchdown against Fordham on October 10 marked his fourth straight game with a scoring grab—the second-longest streak in school history.
The Penn Quakers' many traditions go hand-in-hand with its storied athletics program. Perhaps no tradition is more important than the school's colors, blue and red, which today unite men's and women's teams across a couple dozen different sports. The football team has enjoyed plenty of glory—especially since the Ivy League's formation during the 1950s—but success has followed the school on the wrestling mat, in the swimming pool, and even on the fencing piste.