Draft day has come and gone, and 73 Canadians have been signed to the CFL. To discuss the good and the bad, here are the 2020 CFL Draft winners and losers.
Lost in the shuffle amidst the CBA negotiations (or lack thereof) is the fact that the CFL Draft arrives on May 2. Over the years the CFL has been doing more to promote the young Canadian talent that moves in through the U Sports program. But before we dive into the 2019 draft, this seemed […]
Who said the off-season has to be boring? Five weeks removed from free agency and still seven weeks out from the draft there was a lull in major CFL news. That is until Justin Dunk of 3DownNation released an explosive piece detailing how the CFL and CFLPA appear to both be in agreement to reduce […]
Unlike other professional sports leagues, the grassroots of Canadian football isn’t talked about nearly enough. Many people can name colleges that have produced top-end end NFL talent. Or perhaps name nearly every player off of the Canada roster in the IIHF World Junior Hockey Tournament. However, there are many young Canadain football players out there […]
With 2016 ending in a few days, it is time to look back at 2016 RSEQ season. The RSEQ season was one for the ages with a couple of fascinating moments. A new Dunsmore Cup champion was crowned and fans in Quebec were treated to some unbelievable finishes between Laval Rouge et Or and the Universite […]
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 […]
With the new year looming, it is time to reflect on the 2016 AUS football season. The season would see the Saint Francis Xavier X-Men go undefeated against AUS teams. The Mount Allison Mounties would make a charge starting halfway through their season to secure their place in the Loney Bowl. The Acadia Axemen, entering week eight last in the […]
At the close of the Mitchell Bowl and the Uteck Bowl, the 2016 Vanier Cup matchup is set. The Calgary Dinos and the Laval Rouge et Or will meet in Hamilton, Ontario to battle for the national title. The faceoff between the Canada West and RSEQ teams will be a rematch of the 2013 Vanier Cup final. Tune in to Sportsnet 360 on Saturday, November 26th to […]
The U Sports semifinals finally arrived last Saturday, featuring the Laval Rouge et Or and the Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks in the first game. The two teams came off miracle wins in their respective conference championship games. Laval beat the Montreal Carabins on a last second touchdown pass to quarterback Hugo Richard while Laurier scored 21 points in the […]
With U Sports football semifinal season upon us, Canadian University football programs are on a national platform. For Saturday’s Mitchell Bowl, the AUS and Canada West divisions are on display. The tenth seeded St. Francis Xavier X-Men and sixth seeded Calgary Dinos faced off in Calgary, Alberta to determine which team would face the Laval Rouge et Or in the Vanier Cup. The Bowl was set on a national […]
Last Saturday afternoon, Laval Rouge et Or captured their first RSEQ championship since 2013 in thrilling fashion with a last-second touchdown by quarterback Hugo Richard. It was the third straight Dunsmore Cup between University of Montreal Carabins and Laval Rouge et Or. The previous two had a winning margin of two and three points. Saturday’s game […]
As conference finals have come to an end, U Sports football enters national semifinals. The 2016 Mitchell Bowl will determine one of the two final teams fighting for the national title in the 2016 Vanier Cup. This weekend, the battle comes down to the St. Francis Xavier X-Men of the AUS and the Calgary Dinos of Canada West. The Calgary Dinos will host […]
In this AUS Football championship edition, the home crowd in Antigonish, Nova Scotia celebrated their second consecutive football title as the St. Francis Xavier X-Men win the 2016 Loney Bowl. Hosting defending champions the Mount Allison Mounties, the X-Men entered the AUS final as unanimous favourites. Boasting an undefeated record against AUS teams in 2016, the Loney Bowl marked the last obstacle […]
It’s the OUA playoff finale, and only two remain standing. The Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks and the Western Mustangs will compete for the 2016 Yates Cup.
The Montreal Carabins and Laval Rouge et Or for the fourth straight year meet in the 2016 Dunsmore Cup this season, in Montreal.
The 2016 Loney Bowl features the St. Francis Xavier X-Men and the Mount Allison Mounties, with the winner to book a trip to the 2016 Mitchell Bowl.
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