Quinn Gets an Upgrade!
Roar-EE Loves the New Web Site! (CREDIT: GoColumbiaLions.com)
A computer thingy, (that's the technical term), short-changed the number of tackles for just about every Columbia defender in the Fordham game. Here are the official totals for the top 5 Lion tacklers:
1) Drew Quinn 16
2) Andy Shalbrack 9
3) Daniel Myers 8
4) Alex Gross 8
5) Lou Miller 8
This means that Drew Quinn is leading the Ivies in tackles after week one. Congratulations Drew!
Catch us on 970 AM!!
Columbia Football and Basketball will be back on 970 AM, but the station has a stronger signal now and is also known as "The Apple." If you can't make it to Baltimore this Saturday for the game vs. Towson, please tune in!
Chad Musgrove is a student assistant according to the game program after injuring himself last spring. He will not play this season, but we know he'll be contributing in any way he can.
Matt Moretto is out for the year as well according to the game program. I saw him on crutches after the game. That's a tough loss.
More Random Thoughts:
1) Be sure to check out the new Columbia Athletics Web Site! Take some time to get used to it and enjoy.
2) Freshman corner Kalasi Huggins is tied for the Ivy lead with two pass breakups.
3) Columbia seemed to have the middle buttoned up against the run vs. Fordham, so it will be interesting to see if Towson will attack on the edges.
4) A new study shows that those "energy drinks" are really bad for you especially if mixed with alcohol. I see a lot of college kids drinking them and so this is a concern. The full report is here.
Of course, when it comes to caffeine I am a Hassid. I have never had a cup of coffee in my life! And I am financially and physically richer for it. Coffee cake, on the other hand, is pretty damn good.