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Mangurian Resigns

Columbia’s head F-ball coach Pete Mangurian has resigned, according to a press release from President Bollinger which stated: “I have accepted Pete Mangurian’s resignation because we have all come to the conclusion that it would be in the best interests of Columbia Athletics. Under Dianne Murphy, Columbia teams have built a new winning tradition across our […]

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QuickSpec: That Which Must Not Be Named

We’re going to briefly resurrect an old, old feature, to bring you word from people who are still talking about that thing we’re not talking about. Because honestly, it’s hard to keep your mouth shut once PrezBo says something, so check out what amounts to letters to and from Sammy Roth. Basically, people have been […]

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The Mangurian Candidate

Columbia Athletics held a press conference today to announce the recent hire of Peter K. Mangurian. Kevin Powers, of Sports Sunday fame, was there to report: This afternoon in Faculty House, Athletic Director M. Diane Murphy gave a formal introduction to the new Head Football Coach Pete Mangurian. Rocking her signature Columbia blue blazer, Murphy […]

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