British-trained quarterback George Reynolds, who has spent the past two years attending the NFL Academy in North London, will join the Gee-Gees for the fall of 2021, Dave Naylor writes.
No national championships in Canadian university sport will happen this season. U SPORTS has cancelled its 2021 national tournaments because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dozens of Canadian football players dreaming of hoisting the Vanier Cup in their fifth and final year of university eligibility have had those hopes dashed.
The Athletic's Sean Fitzgerald joined the show to talk which sports are the safest to return, solutions to minimize risk and which amateur and Usports are most likely to return as soon as possible.
U Sports' decision to cancel six fall championships, including the Vanier Cup, is a huge setback for the biggest football league in the country and the primary development platform for Canadian talent in the CFL, Dave Naylor writes.
The University of Ottawa Gee-Gees announced Thursday the team has hired Marcel Bellefeuille as their new football head coach and program manager. The former Hamilton Tiger-Cats head coach returns to his alma mater 20 years after leading the Gee-Gees to a Vanier Cup in 2020.
Canadian universities are rolling out plans to restrict student access to campuses and increase online learning for the fall semester in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19. But what does that mean for the roughly 20,000 student-athletes at U Sport's 56 schools across Canada?
A huge second quarter propelled the No. 5 Western Mustangs to an 86-72 win over the No. 4 Alberta Golden Bears in the opening quarterfinal at the U Sports men's basketball championship on Friday.
Trinity Western men's volleyball coach Ben Josephson calls them "OKGs" — our kind of guys. Talented players who tick boxes off the court as well.