Top Five 2016 OUA Season Moments

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With the year coming to a close, it’s time to reflect on the incredible 2016 OUA season. In 2016, fans saw a new Yates Cup champion crowned. Football programs flourished, leaving a couple new surprises along the way, while others made substantial progress in their return to contender status. A perennial powerhouse was upset, rivalries were renewed, while […] READ MORE


U Sports Rebrand paves way for future

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The field of Canadian University Athletics has shifted immensely for the future. Elite Canadian athletes have constantly felt the need to go south of the border in order to pursue their athletic dreams. Now more than ever, the governing body for University Sport in Canada has changed this sentiment. Introducing, the U Sports rebrand — the […] READ MORE


Varsity Blues Finish Season with Win

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The Varsity Blues closed out the 2016 season with a win over the winless Waterloo Warriors. Dominating the game, the Varsity Blues won big 38-7. READ MORE


Despite Blowout Loss, Argos Playoff Fight Continues

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The Toronto Argonauts have struggled in 2016, and even those struggles have their own struggles. The Argos this past week cut ties with four players. Head coach Scott Milanovich has hinted at major changes throughout the season. The release of four international receivers was a move to regain control of a locker room and re-establish […] READ MORE


Argos excited by Brian Jones Potential

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After releasing four players this past week. Canadian receiver Brian Jones will start his first ever CFL game Monday for the Argos against Calgary READ MORE



OUA Wide Open in 2016

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OUA Wide Open: The OUA is wide open this year with parity across the league. Going into the second half of the season no true top contender has emerged yet. READ MORE


Argos Tackle Red and Blue Bowl 2016

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The Toronto Argonauts players all played the college football before they made it to the professional ranks. Many of the the players in the CFL got their starts in the CIS and that passion for amateur football is still alive and well. Here are the Boatmen’s take on this weekend’s upcoming Red and Blue Bowl between the University […] READ MORE



Argos Losing Streak Ends Against Ticats

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The Toronto Argonauts needed a short memory after their dramatic Labour Day loss to their arch rivals, the Hamilton Tiger-Cats. The 49-36 loss hurt the Argos more than in the standings. Before the rematch game at BMO Field it was determined that Argos starting quarterback Ricky Ray wouldn’t be available to play after suffering a […] READ MORE