Linking the country ...

  • Late Simon Fraser QB Bernd Dittrich touched a lot of lives before he left us too soon. (Little Man on Campus, Victoria Times-Colonist)

  • Former Penn State tight end Francis Claude is transferring to Laval. (Le Journal du Quebec)

  • The University of Saskatchewan sells more logo-bearing clothing than any other school in the country? Wouldn't be a shocker.

  • Queen's reports "brisk" ticket sales for Saturday's Yates Cup. The old chalice is being taken all over the city as part of pregame publicity, which means for the first time ever, a trophy will be present at a Kingston Frontenacs hockey game. (Kingston Whig-Standard)

  • Western QB Michael Faulds figures either his injured left knee is getting better or "I'm getting used to it."

    (Ours is not to question why the national player of the year award Faulds should become a finalist for later today is referred to as the Hec "Crichton." Was Jurassic Park on TV last night? (London Free Press)

  • Some special awards the OUA will not be announcing today. (Always OUA)

  • Montreal has lined up a quarterback recruit for next season, Mathieu Dostie. (
  • It must be noted: RMC won on Remembrance Day, 4-3 in a shootout over Queen's.
  • looks at the weekend to come.

  • Not the first time nor the last "Justine Colley" will be the first two words in a write-up about the improving Saint Mary's women's team. (Halifax Chronicle-Herald)

  • Thompson Rivers forward Diane Schuetze has been named chairwoman of her area's Juvenile Diabetes Research Fund. Schuetze, a double-double threat for the WolfPack, is diabetic. (Kamloops News)

  • Not CIS, but a nice feature on Ontario natives May Kotsopoulos and Courtnay Pilypaitis, who led Vermont to the America East title and NCAA Tournament appearance last season. (Burlington Free Press)
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