- The Regina Rams have been through a "complete 180 of emotions" in QB Marc Mueller's phrasing, going from season over to preparing to face Saskatchewan in a Canada West semifinal. (Regina Leader-Post)
- How about the role rookie starters such as O-lineman Cam Redl have played in the U of S Huskies' success? (Huskies Football Outsider)
- Windsor alumni help lay former coach Gino Fracas to rest. (Windsor Star)
- Lakehead's standout power forward Yoosrie Salhia has the swine flu, which might hurt his team's chances this weekend. That's one item in a story about how teams in general are dealing with the pandemic. (tbnewswatch.com)
- cishoops.ca has accounts of the CIS vs. NCAA games on Tuesday; Trinity Western beating NCAA D-1 Utah Valley State is a highlight. The Spartans play Brigham Young on Wednesday, which is probably a bit more of a challenge.
- Carleton's margin of victory in its 70-46 win at Ottawa might surprise a few, since they received similar levels of support in the first coaches' Top 10.
Ines Jelic (14 points, nine rebounds), Kendall MacLeod (double-double with 12 and 10) led Carleton, which had 86% free-throw shooting and retrieved half of their own missed (20 offensive rebounds to Ottawa's 22 total boards). Gee-Gees post Hannah Sunley-Paisley's 20 points kept it from being totally one-sided.