I read an odd story in college football recently. Apparently, Columbia University’s marching band has been suspended for the football team’s season finale after mocking the team in one of its songs. Say what? Yes, you heard me. After losing a game 62-41 to Cornell, the school marching band decided to add a neat little twist to the school’s fight song in order to trash the team. Columbia’s football team is 0-9 this season, and has not won more than five games in a season since 2006.
Well, I guess this is the first I’ve seen something like this before. A marching band turning on its own team? That’s so wrong, yet so funny at the same time. The team is winless on the season, so somebody has to show their disapproval. Me personally, I think it’s pretty creative that the marching band got together to plan this unique little performance. However, sometimes a team can be too creative for its own good. The band has already been banned from some rival universities, and now they’re banned temporarily from their own game. Not that it’ll matter. Looks like this team has no hope.
I'm so tired of people throwing Odell under the bus.
Especially Elisha. 8 tds, 6 interceptions, and a passing rate of less than 60%, but yeah let’s blame Odell for everything that’s wrong. Let’s put it all on him and continue throw him under the bus. Let’s be honest here, if it weren’t for Odell, we would probably go fucking winless.
For India and Malaysia the 2016 IIHF Ice Hockey Women’s Challenge Cup of Asia Division I in Chinese Taipei was the first time the women’s national teams from these countries competed internationally.
While the teams ended on bottom of the table with Malaysia getting its only victory against winless India (6-3), Indian netminder Noor Jahan ended the tournament with an award in her hands as she was named best goaltender of the tournament.
How do you feel about winning the award? Did you expect to play that well?
I feel very honoured and happy. I didn’t expect that when coming here, I just played my game. When I’m on the ice I forget my thoughts and I’m in a different world.
How did you start to play ice hockey?
My cousin inspired me. I’m from Ladakh and in 2006 I was on the ice for the first time as a defenceman. I played a whole season as a defenceman with borrowed skates that were far too big for me. One day the goalie was missing and I volunteered. It was really amazing, so I desperately wanted to become a goaltender and prevent conceding goals for my team. That has been my greatest feeling ever since I started in 2008.