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Can Dixie State find consistency in Canada?

Can Dixie State find consistency in Canada?

October 2, 2010 at 8:17 amby 0 comments

ST. GEORGE — Dixie State College and Simon Fraser University, both of which are 0-4, will fight for a first win of the season Saturday in Burnaby, British Columbia. Read More: [url]http://www.ksl.com/?nid=294&sid=12657285 The Red Storm enters the contest off a bye week, while the Simon Fraser Clan played its bestRead More

Bisons are now extinct in Saskatchewan after annihilation (stats)

Bisons are now extinct in Saskatchewan after annihilation (stats)

October 2, 2010 at 6:29 amby 0 comments

With three touchdowns in the first 11 minutes of the game, University of Saskatchewan running back Ben Coakwell (picture) led the Huskies to a 64-3 win over the visiting University of Manitoba Bisons in Saskatoon’s Griffiths Stadium in PotashCorp Park. Coakwell’s touchdowns came at 5:08 into the game from five-yardsRead More

Ontario High School Recap (Sept 30 to Oct 1): “Wilson wins a close one, Herman continues to roll “

Ontario High School Recap (Sept 30 to Oct 1): “Wilson wins a close one, Herman continues to roll “

October 1, 2010 at 9:09 pmby 0 comments

Here are the Ontario scores from September 29 to October 1st. For previous scores scroll to bottom page and press link. Scores not updated will be done so in the next day or two. Feel free to add scores not updated to ‘comments’ below the article. PICTURE: Windsor / EssexRead More

Scores Oct 1-3 (CIS / CJFL / QJFL / CEGEP)

Scores Oct 1-3 (CIS / CJFL / QJFL / CEGEP)

October 1, 2010 at 4:41 pmby 0 comments

Oct. 1 Acadia (2-2) 10 @ Saint Mary’s (1-3) 45 Manitoba (1-4) 3 @ Saskatchewan (3-2) 64 Oct. 2 Mount Allison 26 (2-2) @ StFX (1-3) 37 Queen’s 10 (1-4) @ Western (4-2) 46 Guelph 2 (3-2) @ Laurier (3-2) 36 McMaster 64 (4-2) @ York (0-5) 6 Sherbrooke 34Read More

Records chase update (#4): Standouts resume climb amongst career leaders

Records chase update (#4): Standouts resume climb amongst career leaders

October 1, 2010 at 4:36 pmby 0 comments

OTTAWA (CIS) – The record chase continues this weekend for a number of CIS football stars. The CIS active leader in all-purpose touchdowns, Guelph running back Nick FitzGibbon has been kept out of the end zone two games running and still stands at 40 majors for his career, good forRead More

Okanagan Sun Head Coach Pete McCall – AUDIO interview

Okanagan Sun Head Coach Pete McCall – AUDIO interview

October 1, 2010 at 12:12 pmby 0 comments

Okanagan Sun Head Coach Pete McCall in the ‘coaches show’.

Yates cup loss “still hurts”: Marshall and stangs look to play with pride

Yates cup loss “still hurts”: Marshall and stangs look to play with pride

October 1, 2010 at 11:58 amby 0 comments

LONDON, Ont. – After two amazing games in 2009 – a one-point Mustangs regular-season road loss and a heartbreaking Yates Cup loss in one of Canadian university football’s finest moments – the Western Mustangs are looking for some revenge. And what a better weekend to exact that revenge than onRead More

Frankly Speaking: No one in Canada West is a push-over

Frankly Speaking: No one in Canada West is a push-over

October 1, 2010 at 11:19 amby 0 comments

As the University of Regina Rams prepare to take on the University of Alberta Golden Bears 7 p.m. Saturday night at Mosaic Stadium, things on the surface appear to be looking very good for the team. Unranked heading into the season, the Rams have put together a 3-1 record andRead More

Three Canadian Stars Commit to NUC All-World Game

Three Canadian Stars Commit to NUC All-World Game

October 1, 2010 at 5:53 amby 0 comments

Mahwah, NJ, October 01, 2010 – Canadian gridiron stars Tyler Varga, Tevaun Smith and Brett Weir, all from Ontario, officially became the first international players to commit to the National Underclassmen Combine’s All World Game. Varga was amongst the NUC’s elite from the 2010 combines. At 5’10 205, the powerfullyRead More

Gaiters host Montreal in Top Ten battle

Gaiters host Montreal in Top Ten battle

October 1, 2010 at 5:47 amby 0 comments

THIS WEEK: The #8 Bishop’s Gaiters return home to the friendly confines of Coulter Field to take on the #3 Montreal Carabins. NOTHIN’ BUT NET: Saturday’s game will be webcast on SSN Canada. Fans can access it from [url]www.gaiters.ca or [url]www.ssncanada.ca. Sean O’Neill ‘08 and Geoff Britnell ‘11 will provideRead More

Bison Football looks to rebound with win at Saskatchewan

Bison Football looks to rebound with win at Saskatchewan

October 1, 2010 at 5:41 amby 0 comments

Manitoba enters at 1-3 while Saskatchewan at 2-2 Game Day Notes: University of Manitoba Bisons (1-3) vs. University of Saskatchewan Huskies (2-2) Friday, October 1 2010 When the two teams last met on October 17/09 at Manitoba, the Bisons will now return seven defensive (Everton Black, Thomas Hall, Andrew James,Read More

Boseko Lokombo’s family builds a life in Canada after escaping war-torn Congo

Boseko Lokombo’s family builds a life in Canada after escaping war-torn Congo

October 1, 2010 at 4:59 amby 0 comments

There wasn’t much of a celebration after the first touchdown of Boseko Lokombo’s Oregon career. A handful of fellow UO defenders followed him into the end zone and slapped him casually on the helmet after he scooped up a fumble and returned it 32 yards against Arizona State. But thereRead More

Six Canadian High School kids sacrifice just to play American football

Six Canadian High School kids sacrifice just to play American football

October 1, 2010 at 3:18 amby 0 comments

They seem to move as one, a groggy line piling into the white Chevy Venture in the early-morning haze against a Thanksgiving tableau, with the big red barn and the expansive 50 acres of grass, trees and gravel roads surrounding them. Their eyelids are usually half-mast, trudging along like teenagersRead More

BCFC – Week 9 in review

BCFC – Week 9 in review

September 30, 2010 at 7:09 pmby 0 comments

After Week 9 of the BCFC, all four playoff teams have been determined, however positioning still remains in question. The four post season reams are the Okanagan Sun, Vancouver Island Raiders, South Surrey Rams and Victoria Rebels. The lone Saturday game saw the Vancouver Island Raiders sink the Kamloops BroncosRead More

OFC coaches: “Who do you think are the most dangerous offensive and defensive players in the conference? And why?”

OFC coaches: “Who do you think are the most dangerous offensive and defensive players in the conference? And why?”

September 30, 2010 at 7:04 pmby 0 comments

Brampton Bears Beaten by Windsor’s AKO Fratmen With only 26 fatigued players – several of which had to play dual roles – truly ironman football, the Bears scored 20 points to the Fratmen’s 47 at Alumni Field at the University of Windsor this past Saturday September 25th. Their starting quarterback,Read More

The Trainer: John Smyth AcD, EMR, RMT  Head Trainer Burlington Braves

The Trainer: John Smyth AcD, EMR, RMT Head Trainer Burlington Braves

September 30, 2010 at 7:00 pmby 0 comments

it is one of the most unique and for me and my colleagues’ most satisfying positions in sports. It is not one of those positions you find on the front page of the sports section or would you recognize the name of the person who holds the position even ifRead More

CJFL (Junior) Players of week – September 30

CJFL (Junior) Players of week – September 30

September 30, 2010 at 6:54 pmby 0 comments

CJFL Outstanding Offensive Player of the Week Jordan Yantz – Quarterback – Vancouver Island Raiders For the third time this season the BCFC Offensive Player of the Week is Vancouver Island Raiders quarterback Jordan Yantz. The Regina native led the Raiders to their eighth win of the season on SaturdayRead More

Air Canada Alcorn QB Bridge adjusts to life away from Toronto

Air Canada Alcorn QB Bridge adjusts to life away from Toronto

September 30, 2010 at 5:04 pmby 0 comments

It’s not difficult to see why Brandon Bridge felt out of place during his first 30 days at Alcorn State. A freshman quarterback from Canada, Bridge brought a French-Canadian accent to the woods of South Mississippi. He went from living with his family to living with strangers – some 1,300Read More

SHRUM BOWL: UBC Thunderbirds partner with BC Football Hall of Fame

SHRUM BOWL: UBC Thunderbirds partner with BC Football Hall of Fame

September 30, 2010 at 4:00 pmby 0 comments

VANCOUVER – When the UBC Thunderbirds and SFU Clan take to the field for Shrum Bowl XXXIII on October 8, 2010 at Thunderbird Stadium not only will the rivalry between these two long-time foes continue but UBC’s support of the BC Football Hall of Fame will also be on display.Read More

Gee-Gees not to take their visit to Toronto for granted

Gee-Gees not to take their visit to Toronto for granted

September 30, 2010 at 12:38 pmby 0 comments

The uOttawa Gee-Gees will be travelling to Toronto this week for a visit with the Varsity Blues. For the third straight week, the garnet and grey have retained the no. 2 ranking in the CIS Top Ten. Needless to say the Gee-Gees are coming off an emotional overtime win lastRead More

 
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