Friday, March 13, 2009

Another Success Story

0-10? Not in court!

So many of the men who played on the winless Columbia teams of the mid-1980's have become successful in their post-football careers. And a lot of them have come to realize that their adversity at Columbia taught them some invaluable lessons.

Matt Sodl '88 is one of those people and apparently so is Thomas J. Ramsdell '89, who credits his tough Columbia football experience with giving him the extra push to succeed as an attorney despite the fact he played just one varsity season, (1986).

I think every lawyer who sees Ramsdell representing the other side should just give up and push for a quick settlement right away!


At Sat Mar 14, 05:43:00 AM GMT+7, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jake, I am jumping onto this friendly space to express my outrage at the all Ivy basketball choices. No recognition for Agho as ROY was a joke. He was clearly the best first year in the league. No recognition for Foley, a dynamic force of nature, was an outrage. And Miller clearly deserved first team honors.

At Sat Mar 14, 07:00:00 AM GMT+7, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sorry, but can't agree about Agho...too inconsistent, not a great shooter (not yet, anyway). Miller debatable, shut out in last crucial game. Foley just didn't play enough, maybe next year.

At Sun Mar 15, 03:02:00 AM GMT+7, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Any Roster updates?


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