- Howard Tsumura is rich in bloggy goodness, with a post on the unique skill set of No. 2 UBC's leading rebounder, versatile Kamar Burke. (Little Man on Campus)
- Mr. Tsumura raises another good point about Fraser Valley's bid for a playoff spot: Coach Barnaby Craddock's Cascades have played their way into contention despite an unbalanced schedule (eight home games, 10 away). (Little Man on Campus)
- There's a liveblog for tonight's Queen's-Ryerson games right here.
- UBC will play the Norwegian Olympic team on Feb. 10 in Abbotsford. (Abbotsford Times)
- Lakehead's Pierre-Marc Guilbault is having a great comeback season from a broken foot. (Thunder Bay Chronicle-Journal)
- Who wants to finish fourth in OUA West and play Guelph (6-1-2 since Jan. 1) in the division quarter-final? Any takers? (Guelph Mercury)
- There will be much to discuss about the just-released OUA schedule.
- Quarterbacks Dan Brannagan, Erik Glavic and Michael Faulds are all in it together now that they've been invited to the CFL evaluation camp in March. (Queen's Journal)
- Queen's coach Pat Sheahan, Vanier Cup in tow, spoke at fundraising pep rally in his native Pembroke, Ont., for the start-up Fellowes Falcons high school football team.
" 'High school football is one of the most important things a young man can do,' Sheahan said. 'A school's identity is woven into its football program. A good season for the team often means a good year at school. The football team leads to other things like cheerleading, a marching band, whatever the school wants to bring into it.' "For any Eastern Ontario readers, the Fellowes booster club is taking charitable donations for the new team. Details on how donate (and get a tax receipt) are in the article. (Pembroke Daily Observer)