Columbia suffered its first winless season since 1987 and its sixth in program history.
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.
Mangurian voiced frustration with the negativity surrounding the program after the game on Saturday.
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.
The Tigers can win the title outright with a win next weekend. Harvard survived a furious second-half rally to stay in the title hunt.
Saturday's loss to Cornell means the Lions have one more chance to avoid going winless for the first time since 1987.
Columbia football will continue to look for its first victory of the season at Cornell on Saturday.
In his third season as Cornell's captain, senior Jeff Mathews' drive and preparation has led him to set even more Cornell records.
Princeton football stands tall atop the Ivies while Columbia stays at the bottom.
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