- Queen's Shomari Williams figures on converting back to linebacker at the CFL level. (Kingston Whig-Standard)
- Golden Gaels centre Dan Bederman is hoping to get a free-agent shot in the pros; he went to the Hamilton Tiger-Cats' training camp last season. (Jewish Tribune)
- Western recruit Matt Uren, a prospective defensive back, was named MVP of the London-area high school league. (London Free Press)
- Always OUA is looking ahead to January and the second half of the OUA season.
- Lakehead sophomore point guard Greg Carter is starting to put his stamp on the No. 10-ranked Thunderwolves. (Ottawa Sun)
- Former Dalhousie Tigers guard Devon Norris is the lone Nova Scotian playing for the Halifax Rainmen, the city's minor pro basketball franchise (Halifax Chronicle-Herald), but former St. F-X coach Garry Gallimore has made the team as well (Metro Halifax).
- Guelph post player Jasmine Douglas gets some pub for being a bright spot on a struggling team. Awesome for her; now try to ignore the well-duh sentence about how she "enjoys winning the battles during OUA women’s basketball league games." Because you know all those self-loathing athletes who play because they hate winning the battles. (Guelph Mercury)