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Date Posted: 08/30/15 12:53:51am Sun
Author: Oak Dr.
Subject: Why? Explanation?

Why on the Colgate athletics website when a story is written and it's a loss it doesn't post the score in the headline? When there is a victory it's there. I don't think it paints a good picture. For example, FH loses (no shocker there) and it just states who scored.

Write the real story, doesn't make any sense to the viewers to dig go into an article to find out what is happened. I looked a host of other reputable schools and they don't do that. This is D1, not high school...Just my opinion, but it has to be difficult on the staff that has to write the stories, can only imagine them sitting there thinking, what can I use for a title for this story????

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