- UBC athletic directer Bob Philip's first quote in the Vancouver Sun story about football coach Ted Goveia's firing begins, "We’re a university that has been successful in other sports." Some of you knew that was coming.
- Former T-Birds QB Shawn Olson could be the front-runner for the coaching job, which require "be(ing) adaptable to the four-down game should UBC follow Simon Fraser into the ranks of NCAA Div. 2." (Little Man on Campus)
- McGill QB Jonathan Collin over Montréal running back Rotrand Sené as the QUFL rookie of the year? Really, I mean, really?
Laval's Benoît Groulx (Hec Crighton), Concordia LB Cory Greenwood (Presidents' Trophy) and McGill receiver Charles-Antoine Sinotte are the other national award nominees. (Allez Les Bleus, which has further links to the Q awards)
- Saskatchewan's Laurence Nixon doesn't have the hype of his Hardy Cup counterpart, Calgary's Erik Glavic, but he's been getting the job done all season. (Huskies Football Outsider)
- Is the AUS ever going to decide on Saint Mary's appeal of Devon Jones' suspension? Without getting into the merits of the punishment, it's getting a little late with Saint Mary's playing in another five days.
- Former U of S Huskies hoops and soccer star Jacqueline Lavallee will be an Olympic torch bearer. (Saskatoon Star-Phoenix)
- Tara O'Reilly on the Carleton women's team is a sibling of NHLers Cal and Ryan O'Reilly, in case you didn't know. (Ottawa Citizen)