Remember why you enjoyed sports in the first place and don't let losing make you bitter.
The infusion of young players on the basketball roster can help change the narrative on Columbia sports.
Though Columbia head coach Pete Mangurian appears to be safe, plenty of other coaches in the college football scene will be on the chopping block in the next few weeks.
A new year brings colder temps as well as basketball season.
Although relying on statistics exclusively has its own downsides, ignoring them leads to a worse understanding of sports.
Despite the dismal year, the winless season provides the chance to bring forth significant change in the administration's relationship with athletics.
After a disappointing season, firing head coach Pete Mangurian may be a short-term solution with long-term consequences.
Like two years ago, the football team enters its final weekend still looking for its first win. Like two years ago, men's basketball can help erase the bad memories.
Many good players are unfairly held accountable for team shortcomings over which they have little control.
A tight contest with Michigan State illustrates the reasons we should care about Columbia athletics.
Dec 7, 2:09pm
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