Fuller, Rosenbauer lead way as Brown hands Columbia 21st-straight loss 41-7

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PROVIDENCE, Rhode Island — Marcus Fuller threw for two touchdowns and Seth Rosenbauer ran for two on Saturday and Brown handed Columbia its 21st-straight loss 41-7.

Rosenbauer had two short scoring runs before Robert Grebenc, who finished with 132 yards on 26 carries, added a 1-yard plunge to give the Bears (5-5, 3-4 Ivy League) a 21-0 lead in the first quarter.

Fuller connected with Brian Strachan for a 22-yard TD in the third quarter and Alexander Viox for 20 yards in the fourth quarter, finishing 18 of 30 for 274 yards.

Tuner DeMuth got Columbia (0-10, 0-7) on the board with 1:05 left in the fourth quarter with a 4-yard run.

Columbia was out-scored 389-103 as its second-straight winless season came to a close. This is the second-longest losing streak in Ivy history behind the Lions' 44-game run of futility in the 1980's.

Brown had 483 yards, 274 on the ground. Columbia had 228 yards, 26 rushing.

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