Watch the play in which Stanford transfer and starting quarterback Brett Nottingham could have injured his wrist.
Junior quarterback Brett Nottingham and senior defensive lineman Seyi Adebayo were both injured in Saturday's 52-7 loss at Fordham.
In an exclusive interview, junior quarterback Brett Nottingham reflects on his decision to transfer from Stanford and his new role on the Light Blue squad.
When a former four-star recruit decides to transfer, it’s going to be a big deal. When the recruit is a quarterback and the school he chooses is in the Ivy League, it’s an even bigger deal. And when that Ivy League school happens to be Columbia, it’s groundbreaking—even historic.
With a heralded new quarterback and some solid offensive threats, the Light Blue's games should be far more enjoyable this season.
Though the Lions' football program has struggled lately, there are still reasons to keep rooting, especially with the arrival of Brett Nottingham.
With many Light Blue squads on the rise and others looking to stay near the top, there are plenty of questions to be answered in 2013-14.
Columnist Tyler Benedict offers creative nicknames for some notable Columbia athletes.
Brett Nottingham has been accepted to Columbia and will join the football team this summer, Athletics announced Tuesday.
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Barnard Student Government Association correspondent Emma Goss brings you the highlights from Monday night’s Barnard SGA representative council meeting. What They’ve Done: Dean Avis Hinkson, BC ’84 and TC ’87, spoke about increasing... Read More
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