As you plan your MUBL victory parade ...
This is a repeat for CUBDL subscribers, but Scott Morrison's dog recently dug out an old UPEI game program article that his owner wrote in his senior year for the Panthers. It's Morrison's AUAA Team of the Century (as of Feb. 2000) and he has uploaded it here. Debate away.
UFV men: best guards in the conference? (Vancouver Province)
Scott Allen: will his Spartans beat UBC? (Little Man on Campus)
How do you preview the Huskies' game in which they will raise their championship banner and not mention Showron Glover? Who, incidentally, is off scoring 31 points and having "great evenings" in Switzerland. (Saskatoon Star-Phoenix)
Christian Upshaw didn't play last night after a concussion last weekend. Scott Jaspers-Fayer remains at the ready to take T-Bear's place in my MUBL lineup. (The Chronicle-Herald)
Mike Clarke appears to be an it-getter, starting a blog for the Laurentian women's team, "as it is a great way to communicate with our fans, alumni and extended basketball family." Part one of the coach's "Meet the Team" posts (Katie Goggins and Lisa Furchner, both top-100 players) are here. (Lady Vees Basketball)
Adrian Saturley is unfortunately done with CIS football, thanks to a ruptured Achilles tendon. (The Chronicle-Herald)
Laval-Concordia is meaningless for the Rouge et Or, standings- and playoffs-wise, but with only one quarterback dressing for the game, Laval supporters may be slightly uneasy, or just afraid of repeated Stinger blitzes. (Rouge et Or Mania)
On GryphTalk today with Justin Dunk: Arden Zwelling and Tim Micallef. (CFRU; interview segment starts at 16:06)
Chris Rossetti was profiled in advance of tomorrow's Laurier playoff game. (Toronto Star)
The best is the Waterloo one. Though to be complete, the candy would be given to you, but taken away once you got home (by your parents who promised you candy) because your older brother tried to egg a house (which you saw, and tried to tell them about, but they wouldn't listen). Then the other children in the neighbourhood would be forced to go trick-or-treating on nine streets, even though they only have time to do eight. (Always OUA)
Greg Layson has the call of the UOIT-Guelph men's game tonight, hoping for something closer than a seven-goal Guelph win. (Big Man on Campus)
Is it me, or does the North Bay Nugget actually cover OUA hockey? Not one, but two advances on tonight's game.