Football: University Football Reporters of Canada — a good thing

Veteran journalists Mike Hogan of The FAN 590 i in Toronto and Jim Mullin of CKNW in Vancouver have a new initiative which could help better co-ordinate media coverage of Canadian university football.

The two are forming the University Football Reporters of Canada (, which at first glance sounds promising. Their efforts would include overhauling how the Top 10 is voted on and honouring the sport's history through the creation of a wing for university football at the Canadian Football Hall of Fame.

For the Top 10, the UFRC proposes having a combined coaches' and media poll. The media side would include six voters from the West, six from Ontario, six from the Atlantic/Québec region, six national media members and three at-large members. It sounds like it could make the polling more transparent, which would reduce the accusations of a regional bias.
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  1. We're not just sure if a blog is the appropriate container for the UFRC, we'll see...

    BTW, there's one very interesting blog we follow that you don't have on your blogroll and it's this one: Capital Region Football BlogNot far from us, and they post regularly...

  2. finally, Football is back, well, close enough.
    I mean, close enough to talk about it atleast and not look like a your hardcore football fan.

    way to go!