The Light Blue defense did everything right on Saturday, holding Cornell scoreless in the second half to clinch the win.
The Lions will take on the Big Red on Saturday as they look for their second conference win.
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The Lions’ nonconference schedule in 2011-2012 was a comeback tale. After losing star point guard Noruwa Agho to a season-ending knee injury in the team’s home opener against Furman, the Lions wound up losing their first four games of the year.
Despite the inspiring win against Yale, Columbia football experienced a crash back to reality in its game against the Crimson.
Freshmen Chris Connors, Travis Reim, and Kevin McCarthy are already contributing to CU football in positive ways early in their college careers, a promising sign for the future of the program.
The Lions' first conference win also showed improvement in their ability to punch the ball into the end zone.
The football team, uncharacteristically, could not bank on its running game to aid its otherwise struggling offense.
Their record may not show it, but the Lions' defense has markedly improved from last season. The offense is still a work in progress, and consistency on both sides will be the critical for the Light Blue's success in the second half.
Lions nearly fight back against Penn despite letting a fourth quarter ten-point lead slip in a 24-20 loss.
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