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Building new offensive line first order of business for Gaels

By CLAUDE SCILLEY

Can you imagine Ford without the Mustang? Dodge no longer with the Caravan in its line?

What if Chevrolet suddenly decided to do without any of its old marques and ushered in five new models, all at once? 684 more words

CIS Football

NFL on Campus to visit Maritimes

The NFL is bringing its popular NFL on Campus program to the Maritimes for the first time ever this Fall.

NFL on Campus is designed to help Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) Football programs generate excitement for football on campus. 418 more words

NFL Canada

Former Gael Scott Macdonell thrilled to be part of history in the making

By CLAUDE SCILLEY

They’ll play the first professional football game in Ottawa since 2006 on Friday night, and in his first professional season, Scott Macdonell is pretty pleased with the idea that he’s going to be part of it. 960 more words

CIS Football

Queen's gets noise-bylaw exemption for west campus athletic fields

Kingston city council Tuesday night unanimously granted an exemption to its noise bylaw to Queen’s University, allowing ancillary sound from athletic events played at the school’s west campus sports fields. 138 more words

Intercollegiate Sport

So much noise about noise at the stadium

Some might find it a tad ironic that so much noise is being generated in the debate about whether to permit noise at the west-campus athletic fields of Queen’s University. 764 more words

Intercollegiate Sport

Shomari Williams makes his way back into Roughriders lineup

By CLAUDE SCILLEY

TORONTO — Shomari Williams says that before this year, he would never have described himself as a patient person.

“Definitely not,” he said. 772 more words

CIS Football

Canadians in Camp: Laurent Duvernay-Tardif

Chiefs Coach Andy Reid sees long-term potential in Quebecer Duvernay-Tardif

When the Kansas City Chiefs selected Laurent Duvernay-Tardif in the sixth round (200th overall) of the 2014 NFL Draft, head coach Andy Reid knew they had a project on their hands. 1,046 more words

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