Owning Bison culture

Manitoba fullback to follow in father’s footsteps with commitment to CWUAA team

Brady Urbanovich is following family tradition.

With his recent commitment to the University of Manitoba Bisons, he will be the second member of his family to don a Bisons jersey.

Moreover, the 5’10, 235 pound fullback from Winnipeg found that the academic and gridiron opportunities the CWUAA school offered was a perfect fit for him.

“I committed to the University of Manitoba, because I wanted to stay home for school,” explained Urbanovich of his decision.  “My dad was a Bison so I figured I would follow in his footsteps.”

“This particular school has a great education program and my goal is to eventually be an educator at the high school level. University of Manitoba just has a great culture and outstanding traditions that I want to make my own. I can’t wait to play for the herd in the future and the next few years of my life should be an unreal experience.   I am also so blessed to be given the opportunity to play in the CIS.”

The Manitoba defensive back recently played for the Kelvin Clippers of the Winnipeg High School Football League (WHSFL).

“I would like to thank Coach Jon Romu for three great football seasons with the Clippers,” added Urbanovich, who has also previously suited up for the St. Vital Mustangs.

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