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Legendary coach Paterno '50 dead at 85

Joe Paterno '50 died Sunday morning, only two and a half months after his 46-year tenure as head football coach at Pennsylvania State University came to a close in the wake of a sexual abuse scandal. Paterno, who was undergoing chemotherapy for a treatable form of lung cancer, died from complications ...


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O'Brien '92 to coach Penn State

Still reeling in the wake of a sexual abuse scandal involving defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky, Pennsylvania State University formally announced the selection of Bill O'Brien '92 as the new head coach of its football program Jan. 8. O'Brien succeeds fellow alum Joe Paterno '50, whose legendary 46-year ...


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Web update: After 46 years, Penn State hires another Bear

Still reeling in the wake of a sexual abuse scandal involving defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky, Pennsylvania State University formally announced the selection of Bill O'Brien '92 as the new head coach of its football program Sunday. O'Brien succeeds fellow alum Joe Paterno '50, whose legendary 46-year ...


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Brothers brought together by football

The holiday season has long been regarded as a time for family and togetherness. To most Americans, that means gathering around dinner tables and Scrabble boards with relatives of all ages, delighting in friendly chatter and warm apple cider. But for linebackers Brad Herzlich '14 and Mark Herzlich, ...


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Bears fall to last-place Columbia

The football team ended its season on a disappointing note Saturday, falling on the road to previously winless Columbia 35-28 in double overtime. Despite the disheartening loss, Bruno (7-3, 4-3 Ivy) still finished in a three-way tie for second place in the Ivy League, thanks to Harvard's demolition ...


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Bears look for seventh straight vs. Dartmouth

The football team will look to stretch its winning streak to seven games against Dartmouth tomorrow at Brown Stadium on Senior Day. With only two games remaining on the schedule, the Bears (7-1, 4-1 Ivy) sit just one game behind Harvard (7-1, 5-0) in the Ivy League standings and remain in the hunt for ...


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Bears' record-breaking run sets up win over Yale

NEW HAVEN ­— Running back Mark Kachmer '13 ripped off a record-breaking 95-yard touchdown run and never looked back, totaling 213 yards of offense and three scores to lead the football team in a 34-28 win over Yale in New Haven Saturday. The Bulldogs (4-4, 3-2 Ivy) made a frantic comeback ...


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Defense of Smithwick '12 key to football success

Ivy League Defensive Player of the Week outside linebacker Daniel Smithwick '12 leads the football team in tackles and has played a pivotal role in Bruno's two shutouts this season. This past Saturday in the rain, the Bears blanked Penn 6-0, snapping the Quakers' 18-game Ivy win streak. Smithwick shut ...


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Bears snap Penn's 18-game Ivy win streak

In cold and rainy conditions at Brown Stadium Saturday, the Bears fought their way through the mud to a hard-earned 6-0 victory over two-time defending champion Penn. The win was Brown's (6-1, 3-1 Ivy) fifth straight and the first loss for Penn (4-3, 3-1 Ivy) in its last 18 league games.


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Bears look to snap streak tomorrow

The football team will look to break Penn's 18-game Ivy winning streak — currently the second-longest streak in Ivy League history — tomorrow at Brown Stadium. Though the Quakers (4-2, 3-0 Ivy) are two-time defending Ivy League champions and are currently tied with Harvard for first place, ...


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Quarterback clash set for tomorrow

The football team will travel to Ithaca, N.Y., to square off against Cornell tomorrow in a battle between two of the Ivy League's most high-powered passing attacks. Led by sophomore quarterback Jeff Mathews, the Big Red's (2-3, 0-2 Ivy) offense averages 290.6 yards per game through the air. But Brown ...


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Bears wallop Princeton in shutout win

Wide receiver Tellef Lundevall '13 caught a touchdown and threw for another as Brown dominated Princeton 34-0 Saturday at Brown Stadium. It was the first shutout for the Bears (4-1, 1-1 Ivy) since 1990.


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Bruno not looking past Tigers

After posting a perfect 3-0 non-conference record, the football team will resume Ivy League play tomorrow against Princeton at Brown Stadium. The Bears (3-1, 0-1 Ivy) will be looking for their first Ivy win after falling 24-7 in their conference opener against Harvard (3-1, 2-0), which is currently ...


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Fourth-quarter touchdown leads Bears past Holy Cross

With the game tied at 13 in the fourth quarter, co-captain quarterback Kyle Newhall-Caballero '11.5 orchestrated an 11-play, 99-yard touchdown drive to lead the Bears past Holy Cross 20-13 Saturday. The drive started at the Bears' own one-yard line with 9:06 left on the clock and ended when Newhall-Caballero ...






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