Linking the country: the long-weekend-hangover edition

  • Acadia were down 18-1 at the half but went on a 25-1 run in the second half to win 26-19. (Times & Transcript)

  • Dennis McPhee talks to, and thanks, the Western team after his Warriors had their controlled scrimmage against the Mustangs. (A Sports)

  • The Huskie Outsider team ask themselves what they're concerned about so far with Saskatchewan. (Huskie Football Outsider)

  • Tip for Mike Morencie: don't say that the possibility of your team hosting a playoff game is "odd and strange" because a) your players might wonder whether you have any confidence in them and 2) certain people who are predisposed to snark might tell you why that seems odd and strange. (One Windsor newspaper)

  • Speaking of Morencie, he's one of the three Thanksgiving turkeys in the OUA, over at the Big Man on Campus.

  • Arden Zwelling needs to talk to some OUA teams. (University Rush)

  • The Guelph women's team, who might win the OUA this year, started off the season with wins over Toronto and York. Rookie goaltender Brooke Siddall got the call in the first game. (Guelph Mercury)

  • Matt Lahey, Nipissing's captain, has left the Lakers citing personal reasons, and coach Mike McParland doesn't know if Lahey wants to come back. (North Bay Nugget)

  • The UNB women went 3-0 over Calgary, Concordia, and Dalhousie at the Helen Campbell Tournament in Frederiction. Coach Jeff Speedy on Amanda Sharpe (who was third nationwide in our 2009-10 rankings): "It's going to be impossible to keep thinking of new ways how to explain how unbelievable she is." (The Daily Gleaner)

  • Both U of T teams will have to replace a lot of minutes this year. (The Varsity)

  • Windsor, a year after finishing second to the now-departed SFU Clan, went out to Edmonton and beat three good Canada West teams (Regina, Victoria, Alberta) by 10 points or more. Might the Bronze Baby finally leave the west? (U of A [pdf])
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