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Penn vs. William & Mary Game Notes
Courtesy: University of Pennsylvania
          Release: 10/06/2012
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William & Mary at Penn
October 6, 2012
William & Mary 34, Penn 28

- Tonight's game was the 1,327th game in school history, an NCAA record. The Quakers are the only school in NCAA history to reach 1,300 games.

- Head Coach Al Bagnoli has now lost three straight non-conference games for the first time in his 21-year Penn career.

- Penn has lost three straight non-conference games for the first time since 1991.

- William & Mary has now won five straight over the Quakers and leads the all-time series 5-1. Penn's last win was Oct. 14, 1944 - a 46-0 win at Franklin Field.

- Penn lost for the fifth time in its last six games and lost its third straight game at Franklin Field.

- Penn is 1-3 for the first time since 2007.

- The game marked just the 45th occasion in Division I football history where both coaches had 200 or more career wins. It was just the 17th time that has occurred in an FCS contest. Coach Bagnoli has now been a part of four of those encounters.

- In every Penn game this season, the team that has scored first has led throughout the game.

- Penn is now 18-2 in its last 20 games in October. It has lost the last two.

- Penn has never been shut out at home in the Al Bagnoli era. In fact, the last time the Quakers were held without a point at Franklin Field was Nov. 18, 1989 (24-0 vs. Dartmouth), a span of 115 games.

- The Quakers have allowed just one opening-drive touchdown over the last 37 games, dating back to Nov. 1, 2008. The only team to do so was Lafayette in the 2012 season opener - they needed to go just 14 yards to do so.

- Senior Billy Ragone moved into the Top 10 all-time at Penn in career pass yards. His season-high 207 yards on Saturday give him 3,276 for his career. That passed Bill Creeden (1965-67) for 10th all-time in school history.

- Ragone's 35 pass attempts give him 475 for his career. That also moved him into the Top 10 at Penn. He passed Gary Vura (1980-82) to move into 10th.

- Ragone's 21 completions give him 277 for his career. That total moves him up one spot into eighth place at Penn. He passed Malcom Glover (1987-89) and is 14 from tying Robert Irvin (2006-08).

- Senior Dave Twamley had eight tackles (second on the team) to surpass 100 for his career. He now has 106 in a Red and Blue uniform.

- Senior offensive lineman Mike Pinciotti started his 16th straight game for the Quakers.

- Junior Sebastian Jaskowski matched a career high with 11 tackles. Joey Grosso and Tosan Eyetsemitan set career highs with six and five tackles, respectively. 

- Sophomore Jimmy Wagner had 1.5 sacks. The first of his career. Senior C.J. Mooney had the other half sack on Wagner's second QB takedown. It was the first of Mooney's career. He also had a career-best four tackles.

- Senior captain Brandon Copeland had a season-high eight tackles and his second sack of the season.

- Junior Ryan Mitchell's three catches gave him at least three in 12 of the last 14 games.

- Senior Lyle Marsh had a career-high eight catches.

- Penn did not force a turnover for the third straight game.


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