Josiah Hoseph, Riley Harrison and Chris Morris speak out against the U SPORTS age cap decision. Continue reading U SPORTS FB: Frustrated Athletes and Coaches on a Season Taken Away
Vancouver, BC– Imagine you’re a 24-year-old U SPORTS football player, a pandemic hits, sports are cancelled and you’re told you’re not charged eligibility- but without knowing, you’ve already stepped off the university field for the last time. When U SPORTS cancelled the Vanier Cup on June 8, the organization said that athletes who had their championships cancelled would not be charged a year of eligibility. … Continue reading U SPORTS FB: Frustration Over Age Cap Decision
Toronto,ON- Thursday night was a big night for the Canadian Football League, as the organization that asked the Canadian government for $150 million went ahead with its annual collegiate draft. The league’s nine teams selected their 2020 draft class, and the players they hope will lead them to future Grey Cup glory. The first round selections saw a mix of Canadian NCAA’ers, as well as … Continue reading FOOTBALL: A Look At the First Round of the 2020 CFL Draft
Toronto, ON- With the annual CFL draft fast approaching, we look at five U SPORTS athletes that you need to keep an eye on during the Thursday evening draft. Cameron Lawson- Queens Considered to be one of the best pass rushers in all of U SPORTS this season, Queen’s defensive lineman Cameron Lawson has been a force on the line with the Gaels. He was … Continue reading FOOTBALL: Who are the top U SPORTS players in the CFL Draft?
Vancouver,BC- Little by little, U SPORTS football is having its effect on the National Football League. Less than six months after Laurent Duvernay-Tarif, formerly of McGill won the Superbowl with the Kansas City Chiefs, two more U SPORTS players have joined NFL organizations. Marc-Antoine Dequoy and Carter O’Donell were both overlooked through every round of the NFL draft, but the two U SPORTS athletes have … Continue reading FOOTBALL: U SPORTS Duo Heads to the NFL
The college football season came to an end a couple of weeks ago as the Louisiana State Tigers defeated the University of Clemson Tigers in the big CFB Championship Final by a blowout score of 42-35. Now with the season over, all eyes are going to be on the NFL draft and Draft combine. Trevor Lawerence still has one year left of eligibility and is … Continue reading Football: Which NCAA prospects could go number 1 in the NFL Draft?
The 55th edition of the Vanier Cup was hosted on Saturday, November 23rd, 2019 and featured the Calgary Dinos (winners of the Mitchell Bowl) take on the Montreal Carabins (winners of the Uteck Bowl) in a high-scoring, electrifying affair for Canadian U Sports Football supremacy. The game began with a strong 1st drive for the Carabins, capped off with a missed field goal attempt by … Continue reading 55th Vanier Cup Recap: Calgary Dinos vs. Montreal Carabins
Tua Tagovailoa goes down, ending the Crimson Tide championship hopes Continue reading NCAA Football: Tua Tagovailoa goes down and so will Alabama
Calgary faces Montreal for the Vanier Cup, U Sports most famous championship. Continue reading U Sports Football: Vanier Cup weekend is upon us
It was championship football weekend for the four conferences of U Sports and we now know the participants for the final step before the Vanier cup. OUA: The OUA final was one for the history books. As the McMaster Marauders upset the Western Mustangs 29-15 to win the Yates Cup. McMasters win put an end to the Mustang’s perfect season, which included an 8-0 regular-season … Continue reading U Sports Football: One step closer to the Vanier cup