- Laval has some injuries to heal up before Saturday's Mitchell Bowl at Queen's, including ones to key O-lineman David Bouchard. (Le Soleil)
- Laval coach Glen Constantin gets the QUFL's coach-of-the-year award. (The Canadian Press)
- Simon Fraser has planned a celebration of Bernd Dittrich's life for Nov. 23. (Little Man on Campus)
- B.C. Lions defensive end Ricky Foley (York) was CFL defensive player of the week.
- Western is also likely to lose key contributors such as WR Jesse Bellamy, DB Cory Watson, SB Mike Hegarty and DLs Chris Greaves and Gresham Bayley, but the future is bright. (Look out for QB Jason Schuler). (London Free Press)
- Everyone in Kingston is swept up in Gaels fever. (Kingston Whig-Standard)
- Former Acadia slotback James Price is now a championship-winning coach, having guided the Aylmer, Que.-based D'Arcy McGee Gee-Gees to the Juvenile AA Division 2 championship on the weekend.
True story: D'Arcy McGee's opponent in the final has the same colours, so they borrowed a set of white tops from Ottawa U as a backup. (Le Droit)
- FOTB Arden Zwelling had a pretty good piece on the Western-Queen's game. One wonders if Justin Dunk will buy a reprint of that photo of Mustangs linebacker John Surla with his head in his hands. (Western Gazette)
- The OUA.ca trivia question this week was a toughie: "When was the last time the Queen's Gaels won a (football) conference championship?" Do you answer, "1997" (when Ottawa vacated the Dunsmore), "1992" (when Queen's won it on the field) or "trick question, because there is no football team called Queen's Gaels?"
In other words, well-designed question!
- Who is the only person with a Canadian championship ring from all 3 of UNB's University Cup-winning teams? Why, athletic therapist Joe Glenn, of course. It's a size-15 ring, too. (Fredericton Daily Gleaner)
- Windsor forward Jessica Clemençon is having as much impact as you would expect from a member of the French junior women's national team. (Windsor Star)