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Eskimos looking to get out of the gates from the ground up

The CFL is a passing league.

Right up until it’s not.

And that typically starts happening right around the time when games matter most.

That much was evident in the Edmonton Eskimos playoff run last year, when both games were decided by a big rushing performance that took control, one way or the other. 755 more words

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Edmonton Eskimos sign 2017 first round pick Nate Behar ending contract dispute

The contract dispute between the Edmonton Eskimos and their first round pick from this year’s CFL draft has finally come to an end.

On Wednesday the Eskimos officially signed Carleton Ravens receiver Nate Behar to a reported two-year contract. 353 more words

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More on the Lawsuit That Could Oust La. Ed Supt. John White

On May 30, 2017, Louisiana teacher Ganey Arsement and several other Louisiana residents filed a lawsuit against Louisiana education superintendent John White and White’s “boss,” the Louisiana Board of Elementary and Secondary Education (BESE), for failing to follow the necessary procedures mandated by law for the reappointment of White to a second term. 989 more words

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The 'dog days' of training camp begin for the Edmonton Eskimos

After a mock game on Friday, and a successful Fan Day on Saturday – which attracted upwards of 4,000 fans – the Edmonton Eskimos were back on The Brick Field at Commonwealth Stadium for the start of Week 2 of training camp. 495 more words

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Training camp curse? Eskimos running back says injuries are just part of football

John White is no stranger to season-ending injuries in training camp.

The Edmonton Eskimos running back ruptured his Achilles early on in 2015, which forced him to the sidelines while his team trotted to a Grey Cup championship without him. 684 more words

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La. Supt. John White's Job Is the Subject of a May 30, 2017, Lawsuit

When it comes to the state ed superintendent position, Louisiana is in an unprecedented spot.

The state ed superintendent is supposed to be approved by the state board of ed (BESE) each time a new BESE board is elected– every four years. 811 more words

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Nova Scotia Election: Glace Bay candidates

Quick take: Liberal MLA Geoff MacLellan is the incumbent for Glace Bay. The riding is considered a safe seat for the Liberals.

READ MORE: All our Nova Scotia Election 2017 coverage… 279 more words

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