Cheer your hearts out: Sporting events 10/29

Co-captain quarterback Kyle Newhall-Caballero '11.5 and the rest of the football squad will look to end Penn's 18-game Ivy win streak Saturday.

Some of you may have noticed there was no cheering going on last week on this blog. Some of you may even have missed this informative post. We’re sorry. We sincerely hope it won’t happen again.

Saturday is officially Take On Penn Day at Brown. For those of you who think sports are violent and send the wrong message, please tell this to Penn. They’re Quakers. Isn’t it a bit hypocritical of them to be undefeated so long in a sport where the objective is for hulky men to tackle each other repeatedly? Why don’t they just forfeit? Oh, yeah — because that wouldn’t be any fun! Here’s what you have to cheer for tomorrow: 

Saturday, 10/29

Field hockey is still searching for its first Ivy win against Penn at noon on the roof of the OMAC. You should go because you’ll have a pretty view of Providence in the fall.
Football looks to snap two-time defending champion Penn’s 18-game win streak at Brown Stadium at 12:30pm. Yeah, it’s gonna be epic. We hear it also might be snowing.

Women’s soccer takes on — can you guess? — Penn at 3:30pm. The squad is still in the running for the Ivy championship title.

Men’s soccer battles — wait for it! — the Quakers at 7pm. Seriously, are you sick of Penn yet? We are. We heard Bears eat Quakers.

All your other cuddly Bears will be on the road, at schools that are definitely not Penn. Cheer for them all in your hearts. Or out loud. Whatever floats your boat.

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