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  NOV 21 IVY LEAGUE FOOTBALL OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Aidan Sayin, Penn (So., QB - Carlsbad, Calif.),...Completed 81 percent of his passes in Penn's win over Princeton...Was 38-for-47 through the air for 261 yards and two touchdowns. - Ivy League football

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  Aidan Sayin threw a 5-yard touchdown pass to Trey Flowers with five seconds remaining and Pennsylvania edged Princeton 20-19 on Saturday. Penn (8-2, 5-2) and Princeton (8-2, 5-2) each entered trailing Yale (8-2, 6-1), which beat Harvard on Saturday for the Ivy League title. Sayin's game-winning throw capped a 17-play, 72-yard drive. Sayin also ended a long drive with a 2-yard scoring toss to Julien Stokes that pulled the Quakers to 19-14 with 10:37 to play. Sayin was 38-of-47 passing for 261 yards. Blake Stenstrom threw for 252 yards and a touchdown for Princeton. Francesco Barone returned a blocked punt into the end zone for Penn's only points in the first half. Liam Johnson had a 92-yard fumble return for a TD for Princeton's only score in the second half. - Pennsylvania/AP College Football

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  NOV 7 IVY LEAGUE OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Trey Flowers, Penn (Sr., RB - Miami, Fla.),...Helped lead the Quakers to a 28-21 win over Cornell...Rushed for 124 yards and two touchdowns on 26 carries. - Ivy League football

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  Trey Flowers ran for two touchdowns, Aidan Sayin threw for two and Pennsylvania held off Cornell 28-21 on Saturday. Flowers capped a pair of short drives with touchdowns in the second quarter en route to a 124-yard day on 26 carries. The Quakers (7-1, 4-1 Ivy League) led 21-7 at the break. Flowers had a 4-yard run to cap a four-play, 20-yard drive following a shanked punt and a six-yarder to cap a two-play, 13-yard drive after an interception. Sayin, who connected with Sterling Stokes for a 47-yard score to open the scoring, found Joshua Casilli for 38 yards to make it 28-7 early in the third. Jameson Wang ran for one touchdown and passed for two, the second coming with four seconds left in the game for the Big Red (4-4, 1-4). - AP College Football

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  Jonathan Mulatu went over left tackle for a 1-yard touchdown with 20 seconds left to lift Penn to a 20-13 win over Yale on Saturday. The Quakers (6-0, 3-0 Ivy League), off to their best start since the undefeated 2003 team won 10 games, chewed up almost five minutes in taking 10 plays to march 54 yards. The Bulldogs (4-2, 2-1) had gambled on fourth-and-3 at the Penn 40 but Joey Slackman and Micah Morris combined to sack Nolan Grooms. Aidan Sayin completed 28 of 43 passes for 298 yards with Rory Starkey catching a career-high nine for 86 yards and 3-yard touchdown 14 seconds before halftime that tied the score at 10. The second half kickoff was delayed by weather. After the delay the Quakers went 72 yards for the go-ahead field goal but Yale answered with a field goal with 9:21 left. Joshua Pitsenberger ran for 89 yards and the Yale TD. - Pennsylvania/AP College Football

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  Aidan Sayin threw for three touchdowns and 299 yards and Pennsylvania was never threatened in a 34-14 win over Columbia on Saturday. The Quakers (5-0, 2-0 Ivy League) have won their first five games for the first time since their historic 2003 team went 10-0 and earned a 13th league title. The Quakers defense got Penn its first touchdown when 285-pound defensive tackle Micah Morris intercepted Joe Green at Columbia's 27 and rambled his way into the end zone for a 10-0 lead to close the first quarter.

On the Lions' next drive, Ryan Young lost the ball at his own 13 and Penn's Kendren Smith recovered it. Sayin threw a 6-yard scoring pass to Julien Stokes five plays later. Columbia responded on the following drive when Green threw a 58-yard pass to Bryson Canty to get to the Quakers' 17. However, Smith intercepted Green in the end zone the following play. Later, Sayin threw a 42-yard scoring pass to Joshua Casilli for a 24-0 lead with 3:34 before halftime. In relief of Green, Caden Bell threw for 196 yards and two touchdowns for Columbia (3-2, 0-2). Penn has claimed eight of the last 11 matchups and leads the all-time series 76-24-1, including a 46-5 record at Franklin Field. - AP College Football


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  Aiden Sayin threw four touchdown passes and ran for a score and Pennsylvania pulled away in the third quarter to post a 59-28 victory over Georgetown on Saturday. Sayin connected with Malone Howley for a 9-yard touchdown before hitting Justin Cayenne for a 26-yard score and Pennsylvania (4-0) grabbed a 17-7 lead after one quarter. Sayin and Sterling Stokes hooked up for a 7-yard touchdown to push the Quakers' lead to 24-7 just 5 seconds into the second quarter. Pierce Holley threw a 14-yard touchdown pass to Dorrien Moultrie to get Georgetown (1-5) within 10 points at halftime and Mason Gudger opened the second half with a 94-yard kickoff-return touchdown to pull the Hoyas within 24-21. From there, Trey Flowers had touchdown runs of 1 and 38 yards and Sayin had a 2-yard touchdown run and a 23-yard scoring strike to Rory Starkey Jr. as Penn took a 52-28 lead into the final quarter. Tysen Comizio's 3-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter capped the scoring. - AP College Football

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  Trey Flowers dove into the end zone in the second overtime to give Pennsylvania a 23-17 victory over Dartmouth on Friday night in an Ivy League opener. Penn (3-0) ended a four-game losing streak against Dartmouth (1-2, 0-1) and is off to its best start since since 2003. Aidan Sayin threw a 5-yard touchdown pass to Joshua Casilli in the first overtime that gave Penn a 17-10 lead. Dartmouth answered with quarterback Nick Howard's 5-yard touchdown run. Penn blocked Dartmouth's field goal attempt in the second OT before Flower's game-winning run. Graham Gotlieb kicked a 35-yard field goal for Penn as time expired in regulation to force overtime tied at 10. It was Penn's first double-overtime game since 2013. - AP College Football

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  Aidan Sayin threw a touchdown and ran for another and Penn's defense locked down Lafayette in a 12-0 win on Saturday. Sayin led a nine-play, 77-yard drive that ended when he threw a 1-yard score to Justin Cayenne 49 seconds into the second quarter. On fourth down and goal, Sayin rolled right, the tight end Cayenne threw a block at the line and drifted to his left and caught a wide-open pass. The point-after attempt was blocked and Penn led 6-0.

With the Quakers' (2-0) defense pitching a shutout, Sayin's 1-yard scoring run at the end of a six-play, 35-yard drive with 3:13 left in the third sealed it. The Leopards took a deep shot with 7:18 left before halftime but Logan Nash picked off Ryan Schuster at the Quaker's 10 to thwart Lafeyette (1-3). Schuster finished with 167 yards passing but the running game netted just one yard on 26 attempts. Sayin finished 23-for-39 passing for 196 yards and Julien Stokes caught four passes for 75 yards. Penn's last shutout was Oct. 9, 2021 when it beat Lehigh 20-0. - AP College Football


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  2022 PRESEASON PHIL STEELE/DRAFT SCOUT IVY LEAGUE FIRST TEAM: Jaden Key, Penn, Sr.,...Started all 10 games at safety in 2021...Finished the season with 59 tackles and nine pass breakups...Tied for the team lead in tackles...Ranked second in the Ivy League in pass breakups. - Pennsylvania Football

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  2021 FIRST TEAM ALL-IVY LEAGUE (COACHES): Brian O'Neill, Penn (Gr., LB - Roseland, N.J.),...O'Neill earned All-Ivy distinction for the second time in his career after landing on the second team in 2019. He had a team-high 59 tackles, 4.5 TFLs, one interception, one fumble recovery, three quarterback hurries and one pass breakup this fall. O'Neill ranked sixth in the Ivy League in total tackles and ninth in tackles per game. He had two games this year with 10 or more tackles in 2021 and finishes his impressive career with the Quakers with 200 tackles. - Pennsylvania Football

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  2021 FIRST TEAM ALL-IVY LEAGUE (COACHES): Prince Emili, Penn (Gr., DL - New City, N.Y.),...Emili capped a stellar career with the Red and Blue by picking up first team All-Ivy honors for the second time. He finished the season with 49 tackles, 13 tackles for loss (TFL) including five sacks, and one blocked kick. Emili ranked second in the Ivy League in TFLs and he had five games with two or more TFLs. Last week, he earned CoSIDA Academic All-District honors. Emili graduates from Penn with 11 career sacks and 30.5 TFLs. - Pennsylvania Football

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  2021 ALL-IVY LEAGUE HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): Micah Morris, Penn (Sr., DL - Pittsburgh, Pa.),...Morris had an impressive season in the trenches for the Quakers in 2021. In his first season as a starter on the defensive line, he registered 35 tackles, 5.5 TFLs, one sack and one forced fumble. In Penn's win over Brown he blocked a field goal attempt going into halftime. Morris had a season-high seven tackles and one forced fumble in the season opener against Bucknell. - Pennsylvania Football

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  2021 SECOND TEAM ALL-IVY LEAGUE (COACHES): Jason McCleod, Jr., Penn (Sr., DB - West Palm Beach, Fla.),...McCleod had a breakout season at cornerback for the Quakers in 2021, recording three interceptions, 15 pass breakups and 18 passes defended. He led the Ivy League in pass breakups and passes defended and he was third in interceptions. He had four games with three or more pass breakups this fall, the most by any player in the Ancient Eight. He ends the season ranked second in the nation in passes defended per game (1.8). - Pennsylvania Football

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  Isaiah Malcome rushed for 121 yards and a touchdown, Aidan Sayin threw two TD passes and Pennsylvania defeated Brown 45-17 on Saturday. Garrett Morris added a 42-yard interception return for a touchdown for the Quakers (3-4, 1-3 Ivy League). Penn scored 31 points in the first half and held on for its sixth consecutive win in the series despite being outgained 411-296 in total offense. Sayin threw both his TD passes and Malcome scored on a 45-yard run before Morris' pick-6 put the Quakers up 28-7 early in the second quarter. After leading 31-10 at the half, Penn added short touchdown runs by Julien Stokes and Trey Flowers before Brown's EJ Perry threw 21 yards to Graham Walker for a late fourth-quarter touchdown. Perry completed 38 of 55 passes for 337 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions. Brown entered the game third in the Ivy League in scoring at 32 points per game. - AP College Football

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