Some thoughts, opinions, and observations Columbia’s 17-14 road loss to Georgetown in the second week of the season.
First-year wide receiver Josh Wainwright’s second fumble of the game ended Columbia’s comeback attempt and sealed a 17-14 loss to Georgetown on Saturday afternoon.
Columbia (0-1) travels to Georgetown (2-0) for the second installment of the Lou Little Cup. The Lions are also looking to bounce back from last year's 24-16 home loss to the Hoyas. Follow all of the action here!
Football will travel to Washington, D.C. this Saturday for the second annual Lou Little Cup game against Georgetown (2-0).
After last year’s 24-16 home loss to Georgetown, Columbia eyes revenge this weekend in Washington D.C. with an extra piece of hardware on the line.
Quarterbacks Skyler Mornhinweg and Anders Hill never looked comfortable in a 13-9 loss on Saturday to St. Francis. While a new, up-tempo offense may be partially to blame, Columbia’s two quarterbacks faced significant pressure from St. Francis on nearly 50 percent of their passing attempts.
The Lions didn’t find a rhythm with their new offense until it was too late, as they fell 13-9 to St. Francis at home.
The Lions will take on St. Francis this Saturday to open the football season, after a summer of integrating a new offense.
Columbia kicks off against the Red Flash at 1 p.m. in Lawrence A. Wein Stadium.
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Offensive coordinator Mark Fabish remembers when St. Francis was almost a guaranteed win in his past jobs, but that likely won’t be the case entering this Saturday’s matchup for the Light Blue.