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Steele | Back to playing Penn football

Still Columbia.

As the 2015 season has developed and Columbia football has attempted to regain any semblance of dignity after two consecutive winless seasons, I've frequently used the above phrase to describe the product the Lions have put on the field in five games.

Although not inherently connected to what we've seen from Columbia in years past, there are certain aspects of the Light Blue's play that reminds us that this team went 0-for-its last 24 until its win over Wagner on Oct.

Nothing left for Penn football to lose

Coming off a 41-20 loss in their Ivy League opener last Saturday, the Red and Blue (1-2) have one final non-conference game on tap before wrapping up their season with six consecutive Ivy contests.

Penn men's soccer flips the script against Cornell

The floodgates have opened.

Six days ago, Penn men’s soccer was in dire straits. The team had failed to score a goal in five of its six matches in 2015, and found itself winless with Ivy play looming.

Consider the script flipped.

Penn women's soccer drops Ivy opener to Harvard

If you're going to come at the queens, you best not miss.

Unfortunately for Penn women's soccer, the squad allowed too many opportunities to its opponent on Saturday, conceding 25 shots en route to a 2-0 defeat at the hands of two-time defending Ivy League champion Harvard.

The Quakers (4-2-2, 0-1-0 Ivy) had high hopes for their first Ancient Eight contest of the season.

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