Friday, December 24, 2010

CU in the News... Sort of

Kirby Mack

One Columbia football alum and one who got away are making news today.

First is former star Kirby Mack '00, who is being given credit for coaching the St. Louis Post-Dispatch's high school player of the year. It will be interesting to see where he ends up in college next year.

The one who got away is Baylor University backup defensive back Tyler Pratt, who turned down an offer to come to Columbia and follow his former school mates Adam and David Brekke and Duncan Dickerson '14.

Pratt is about to play in the Texas Bowl against Illinois.

... and of course, we are 18 days away from former Columbia assistant Chip Kelly leading his Oregon Ducks into the BCS championship game aganst Auburn.


At Mon Dec 27, 11:15:00 PM GMT+7, Anonymous Anonymous said...

slow period, Jake....can't we toss out a controversial topic or two to chew on? e.g., if the Ivy League could add one team, which one? Or, does Cornell meet Ivy League standards...? he he....

At Tue Dec 28, 01:36:00 AM GMT+7, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Or should the beloved Lions, being the Ivy school with the fewest number of teams, least fan support, and lowest winning percentage, drop to Division 3?

At Tue Dec 28, 06:50:00 AM GMT+7, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Blasphemy on that last post!


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