Tag: Columbia

FCS Week 8 Top Ten Twitter Highlights, Week Of 10/21/2017

Top 10 Twitter Highlights No. 10. The No. 22/RV Northern Arizona football team scored 35 unanswered points after falling behind 7-0 to extend its current winning streak to five consecutive games as it rolled to a 45-31 victory over UC Davis in Big Sky Conference action on Saturday at the J. Lawrence Walkup Skydome. The five-game […]

FCS Week 7 Top Ten Twitter Highlights, Week Of 10/14/2017

    Top 10 Twitter Highlights No. 10. The Central Connecticut football team played its first overtime since the 2013 season and came away with a 51-45 quadruple overtime victory on the road at Wagner College on Saturday night. Senior Cameron Nash rushed 24 times for 104 yards and three touchdowns, all in overtime, to […]

FCS Week 5 Top Ten Twitter Highlights

Top 10 Twitter Highlights With 1:12 to play and the Lions trailing by three points, wide receiver Ronald Smith caught a pass from quarterback Anders Hill and raced 63 yards down the middle of the field for the game winning touchdown as Columbia defeated Princeton 28-24 Saturday at Powers Field at Princeton Stadium. The victory […]

2017 Season FCS College Football Picks: Ivy League

CSJ’s Predicted Order of finish: 1. Harvard 2. Penn 3. Princeton 4. Dartmouth 5. Yale 6. Brown 7. Columbia 8. Cornell Harvard Fearless Prediction: How bitter must this Crimson team have been this offseason? Last year, they had yet another Ivy League Championship almost wrapped up in Week 8… and then proceeded to lose a […]

2016 FCS Preview: The Ivy League

Here at CSJ, we are previewing the upcoming 2016 season, and we are counting up from 8 to 1 as to who we think how the Ivy League will shake itself out. Last season saw a thrilling Ivy League football season with three teams, Harvard, Penn, and Dartmouth, enjoying a co-championship. Harvard beat Dartmouth in a 14-13 […]

Columbia QB Skyler Mornhinweg

2016 FCS Preview: Columbia Lions

Columbia Lions Head Coach: Al Bagnoli, 2nd season at Columbia (2-8), 232-91 overall Biggest strength in 2016: After a 2014 season that ended with morale at an all-time low, the shock hire of Al Bagnoli after his retirement tour at Penn was a desperately needed jolt of enthusiasm. With the full knowledge that a ground-up […]