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Subject: Re: Brown at Columbia


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Date Posted: 20:48:59 11/13/21 Sat
In reply to: Sr Punter 's message, "Re: Brown at Columbia" on 18:31:22 11/13/21 Sat

Brown didn't lose because of the weather delay. The game was Brown's to lose and they did. They lost because they gave Columbia life. It all started with the 57 yard runback after Brown scored to make it 14-0. This has been going on all year so why not today? Then Franzoni fumbles giving C great field position. But the real killer was being unable to stop C on the last series. By the way, they held it for more than 7 minutes. That was inexcusable and doomed Brown to a loss. But it was a well deserved loss. Nothing to cry about, when the game was on the line C performed and Brown didn't. I know Perry is relatively new as head coach, but he has not inspired any confidence in me. I don't know Brown's turnover stats but they must be horrendous. They just don't teach ball security on college hill. When all was said and done, this was a winnable game that turned into another loss. I don't want to hear Perry say how great C is and how hard his men played. If they played so hard, then how come they couldn't stop C on that last drive? I didn't expect miracles, but I did expect progress. But there was none to be had!

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Grin and Bear it (Correction)
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Date Posted: 21:16:21 11/13/21 Sat

The announcers attributed the lethal fumble to Ian Franzoni but the box score says it was Jordan Delucia.

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