Morning (early afternoon) rounds ...

  • Guelph quarterback Justin Dunk's loose lips get the editorial treatment (let's not repeat a recent rant about sports topics being used for editorials). It was even Page 1, above-the-fold news! (Guelph Mercury)

  • The sluggish Saskatchewan Huskies were a lot crisper at practice on Monday after the Foote Field fiasco on Friday. (Huskies Football Outsider)
  • Anticipation is building for the Nipissing Lakers' regular-season debut vs. Queen's on Friday. Who won't be cheering for them? The opening-night roster is also set for Mike McParland's team. (North Bay Nugget)
  • The RMC Paladins have an uphill battle in the OUA East, but 6-foot-9 Nick Cooke is coming into his own in the pivot. A new name to know, in the considered view of Mark Wacyk, is point guard Justin Hill from Queen Elizabeth in Halifax (I used to pass it every day while going to school in Hali). (

  • Chris Horwood has produced a documentary, On The Line, about his father Don's final season helming the Alberta Golden Bears. Its premiere is Oct. 5 in Edmonton. (
  • The Victoria Vikes have been a good feeder team for the USL's Vancouver Whitecaps down through the years. (Victoria Times-Colonist)
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