Saturday, July 21, 2007

Tad's 4-0!

Tad Crawford and the BC Lions earned a tough 22-18 win over the Hamilton Tiger-Cats at home to stay undefeated at 4-0. It doesn't appear that Tad made any key plays, but the Lions are looking like the best team in the CFL once again.

For those of you hoping to plan a trip to lovely Hanover, New Hampshire to see Columbia play Dartmouth on October 20th, the
Dartmouth: ticket prices and ordering form are available now. I hope to see you there.

I wonder who this letter-writer to the Minneapolis Star Tribune is talking about in his missive. It could be a number of players we know... but it's most likely Columbia offensive lineman Evan Sanford.

There is yet ANOTHER newspaper story about incoming frosh Tim Skalak. It sounds like he's very articulate and willing to talk, so maybe that's why he gets so much ink. Hey, more power to him. I hope he's willing to do as much talking when he gets to Columbia, on and off the field.

CREDIT: Columbia Athletics Dept.

This has already been mentioned in the comments section, but don't miss out on getting the TRUE BLUE package for all the home football and men's and women's basketball games. It's a really good deal.


At Sat Jul 21, 07:57:00 AM GMT+7, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jake, Truth be told I believe that letter from the Minneapolis Star Tribune is about rising Sophomore Evan Sanford.

At Sat Jul 21, 12:00:00 PM GMT+7, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Looks to me like Evan Sanford and Tim Skalak have a very good chance to see significant playing time this season considering that we do not have many returning offensive lineman. You have to like Sanford's size (6'4", 286) and Skalak's background as captain of the Central Catholic High School football team in Massillon, Ohio, which is a legendary football city.

At Sat Jul 21, 06:07:00 PM GMT+7, Blogger Jake said...

Sounds like a very good possibility that it could be Sanford. Either way, the guy makes a good point.

At Sat Jul 21, 07:14:00 PM GMT+7, Blogger Jake said...

Yep, I just did a little more research, and like you said it really must be about Sanford. He was the captain of his team that finished third in the state, just like the guy described in the letter.

You are good... take that CSI!


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