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Campaign to replace Richardson Stadium gets $10 million boost

By CLAUDE SCILLEY

Work to replace Richardson Stadium could begin as soon as the end of the 2014 season if a $10 million gift from a football alumnus provides the spark for a fundraising campaign that its co-chair believes it will. 791 more words

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Lions sign Canadian Martin

Vaughn Martin is the third free agent signed by the Lions this off-season, and brings depth to the team’s defensive line.

The former Canadian University star joins wide receivers Golden Tate and Kevin Ogletree as new Lions. 326 more words

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Circuitous route lands recruit not far from home

By CLAUDE SCILLEY

Two years ago, Avery Baker began his pursuit of a dream to play American college football. He uprooted himself from his Oshawa home and headed off to Salisbury, Ct. 310 more words

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Gaels introduce seven football recruits

By CLAUDE SCILLEY

Seven new prospects were inducted into the Queen’s football freshman class of 2014 Friday, and whether its members yet know it, they’re already generating high expectations. 665 more words

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Time to end the drama about the new defensive co-ordinator at Queen's

It was interesting last week that, at a time when Queen’s football players, parents, fans and alumni — not to mention the greater Canadian university football community — were eagerly awaiting news of the Golden Gaels’ new defensive co-ordinator, instead we got an announcement of who will be guest coaches at the team’s spring camp. 977 more words

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Justin Chapdelaine signs pro contract with CFL team in Ottawa

Queen’s Golden Gaels receiver Justin Chapdelaine has signed a contract with the CFL’s newest team, the Ottawa RedBlacks.

After attending the Canadian Football League scouting combine in Toronto last March, Chapdelaine was not drafted. 151 more words

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Kingston man has impact coaching football at an inner city school in Chicago

By CLAUDE SCILLEY

When a boy from small town, white-bread Joyceville, Ont., transplants himself not only in Chicago but, as Jim Croce wrote, in the baddest part of town, you might suspect there’d be a day or two at the beginning of his adventure when he’d collapse at the end of the day and think, ‘Holy Crap!’ 1,823 more words

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