- Two games in the league and Saint Mary's Mike Danton is already provided grist for debate, if not bulletin board material:
"To be honest with you, I thought Acadia played a better game than UNB did against us ... UNB was consistent, they work consistent, but I don't think their best was as good as Acadia's best and I don't think it's anywhere near our best.In a sense,he was complimenting UNB for avoiding lapses. Calm down. (Daily Gleaner)
"The last two games we just haven't worked as a team and it's resulted in two losses," Danton .. Between the top three teams - UNB, Acadia and us - any one of those teams can win a game against each other on any given night. It's not clear cut."
- Lakehead's Kyle Moir takes a 121-minute, 28-second shutout skein into tonight's Western Mustangs-Thunderwolves game. (TB Chronicle-Journal)
- How did Windsor not find a way for Isaac Kuon to score in in overtime vs. Lakehead on Friday? He has 26 in regulation. (Windsor Star)
- The Queen's Golden Gaels had some opening-night jitters, but won in dramatic fashion (64-62 on a layin by Katie Guthrie, the former Guelph Gryphon) in the first OUA hoops game at Queen's Centre. (Kingston Whig-Standard)
- Ricky Foley: From York to the NFL by way of the B.C. Lions? (Vancouver Sun)
- Team World lost 17-0 to Team USA in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl on Saturday in Fort Lauderdale. NFL Network's Rich Eisen did plug the University of Saskatchewan at one point and even pronounced it correctly. He had a little trouble saying Canadian kicker Tyler Crapigna's name.