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So You Want To Root For Columbia Football

NSOP told you that you should go cheer for your fellow students at athletic competitions. Bwog Sports Editor Ross Chapman takes a look at football to talk about Columbia history and the phenomenon of rooting for losers. Oh, no. Don’t do this to yourself. College football is a marvelous world. As one of the two […]

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Season In Review: How Do The Lions Stack Up Now?

The Columbia Lions own a 2-7 record heading into their final football game of the 2015 season, tonight against Brown. While the record still looks bad, it is significant: As just about every Columbia student knows, the Lions haven’t won a single football game in either of the past two seasons under then-head coach Pete […]

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Getting To Know Al Bagnoli

A note to our readers: You may have noticed that Bwog has not covered Columbia Football in almost two years. Older readers will remember why. We have not seen a reason to reconsider our stance since that time. However, the new coaching regime of Al Bagnoli seems to be seeking to right some of the […]

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