Sunday, November 19, 2006

No Losers Here!

Columbia 22 Brown 21

A huge win for Columbia as the Lions overcame deficits of 14-0 and 21-12 to come back and beat Brown in Providence. Columbia QB Craig Hormann had the game of his career with no interceptions and several well-directed drives down the field. He is the MVP of this game.

The Lion defense also stepped up big bouncing back from a quick 14-0 deficit and held the super Bear offense to just 7 points over the last three quarters.

Columbia's final record is 5-5, its first non-losing season since 1996 and its first win over Brown at Brown since 1971.



At Sun Nov 19, 05:01:00 AM GMT+7, Anonymous Anonymous said...

magnificent effort; I can't wait for next year!

At Sun Nov 19, 06:40:00 AM GMT+7, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Believe...momentum to go out and recruit in the off-season

At Sun Nov 19, 08:31:00 AM GMT+7, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I posted the prediction yesterday! The offense has been poised for a better day and came through for an important road victory. Most important is what it means to the recruiting process next year. The coaches and players have delivered and now seniors will have to consider Columbia as a viable place to play in the Ivy League! Coach Wilson and his crew should be able to land some high quality impact kids. If the current kids stay with the program in the off season then look for us to come back bigger, faster and stronger. You heard it here first.

At Sun Nov 19, 09:01:00 AM GMT+7, Anonymous Anonymous said...

noit only a viable place, the best place-- penn and harvard lost today, and princeton scraped by dartmouth-- that only leaves yale!


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