Spying on the Enemy
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Some Ground Rules (Redux)
At the end of last season I decided to allow fans to make some more negative comments on this blog as long as they were willing to identify themselves.
I'd like to require the same of the positive commentators, but as a die hard CU fan I'm willing to let that slide.
Anyway, let's just make sure we're not taking cheap shots from the comfort of anonymous posting.
Fordham back on ESPN3
For all of you who want to scout Fordham as closely as I do, the Rams' game at UConn is back on for a noon kickoff and the game will be on ESPN3.
ESPN3 is internet only, but if you have an HDMI cable, you can watch from the comfort of you living roomm TV.
Top 100 Moments of 2010
#16: Lions Triple Wake Up Call
After Cornell took a 10-0 lead early in the second quarter, the Lions finally showed signs of waking up.
First, they got a bit of luck when Big Red kicker Brad Greenway booted the kickoff out of bounds.
But then Columbia ripped off three strong offensive plays in a row: a Sean Brackett to Andrew Kennedy completion for 22 yards, a Nick Gerst run for eight yards, and a Brackett run for five yards and a first down to the Cornell 25.
The Lion drive mostly fizzled after that, but Luke Eddy eventually nailed a 35 yard FG to get Columbia mentally back into the game.
But the waters were hardly about to get very smooth after that.