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When star wide receiver Austin Knowlin scored in the 2nd quarter to put Columbia up 13-0 over Central Connecticut State, the football team looked well on its way to a second victory of the season. But Central Connecticut blocked and returned the ensuing PAT, and then scored on three of its next four possessions, to […]

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The Columbia football team’s season got off to an unfortunate start this afternoon, as the team fell at home to Fordham 29-22. The Lions exploded for 22 points in the second quarter, including a 56-yard touchdown pass from Shane Kelly (10-20, for 170 yards and 2 touchdowns) to Austin Knowlin, and an interception return for […]

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You read the title correctly – sports coverage on Bwog. Stop pointing at the pigs above us. We know they’re there. With the start of a new school year, we felt it was time to turn over a new leaf in the Bwog-sports relationship. In the past, we’ve generally only reported on sports either as […]

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