Firing Dr. Murphy is not the solution to improving the athletics department.
With discontent over athletics at a boiling point, dozens of alumni, many with strong connections to the football team, believe that the losing tradition can only be solved with a change at the top.
Firing Murphy is the first of many steps needed to improve the football team's future performance
Individual gains and interests should not be the motivation for both fans and athletes to contribute to the football program.
Mangurian voiced frustration with the negativity surrounding the program after the game on Saturday.
Despite the dismal year, the winless season provides the chance to bring forth significant change in the administration's relationship with athletics.
Watch highlights of the Lions' 48-7 loss to Brown and hear beat writers Myles Simmons and Eli Schultz's analysis of Columbia's first winless season since 1987.
The Lions fell to the Bears 48-7 on Saturday to close out a dreadful season. Columbia went winless in conference play for the 11th time since the beginning of official Ivy League competition in 1956.
Columbia football will try to avoid its first winless season since 1987 against Brown on Saturday.
As alumni of Columbia and the Columbia football program, we feel compelled to speak out about the current state of the program and the disastrous job performance of its current head coach.
Dec 9, 12:01pm
Columbia College Student Council correspondent Elizabeth Sedran brings you the latest from the council’s last meeting. What They’ve Done: CCSC Passed the University Events Management resolution. The resolution created the... Read More
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