Articles by: CFC Scout

AKO moves home games to U of W

AKO moves home games to U of W

May 19, 2010 at 6:30 amby 0 comments

The University of Windsor and AKO took a step towards forging tighter links Tuesday by announcing the Fratmen football team will move their OFC home games to Alumni Field. “It is important for us to strengthen the relationship with AKO and I believe this will definitely help in that regard,”Read More

Jordan Sisco Looks To Crack The NFL

Jordan Sisco Looks To Crack The NFL

May 19, 2010 at 6:27 amby 0 comments

U of R receiver signs contract with the Colts It’s time for Jordan Sisco to show his talent to the Indianapolis Colts. The University of Regina Rams receiver, and property of the Saskatchewan Roughriders, signed a contract with the NFL club Monday which allows him to participate in workouts withRead More

Myers JV leans on Front 7 and QB play

May 18, 2010 at 8:03 pmby 0 comments

Team Strengths: I think our main strengths this year will be our front 7 on defence  and our QB play. We have a large number of first year JV players this  year, in fact we are only returning 16 players from last year’s team,  which were league finalists. What weRead More

Myers JV leans on Front 7 and QB play

Myers JV leans on Front 7 and QB play

May 18, 2010 at 2:48 pmby 0 comments

Team Strengths: I think our main strengths this year will be our front 7 on defence and our QB play. We have a large number of first year JV players this year, in fact we are only returning 16 players from last year’s team, which were league finalists. What weRead More

Essex Ravens Varsity looking for great play in 2010

Essex Ravens Varsity looking for great play in 2010

May 18, 2010 at 2:45 pmby 0 comments

Team Strengths – Offensively the Varsity Ravens return most of last years starters which should prove to be a powerful force. Austin Kennedy returns for his final OV season and has been pushed by last years JV QB Josh Deehan and newcomer Devan Green. The receiving core will be amongRead More

Myers JV leans on Front 7 and QB play

Myers JV leans on Front 7 and QB play

May 18, 2010 at 1:40 pmby 0 comments

Team Strengths: I think our main strengths this year will be our front 7 on defence and our QB play. We have a large number of first year JV players this year, in fact we are only returning 16 players from last year’s team, which were league finalists. What weRead More

Myers Riders PeeWee team is ready to defend title

Myers Riders PeeWee team is ready to defend title

May 18, 2010 at 12:09 pmby 0 comments

How do you follow up the season the Myers Riders PeeWee OVFL squad had last year? Only time will tell. Here is a preview of the team. Team Strengths: Character and Speed In order to be successful we must: Be fast (Mentally and physically) Returning Players: John Allarie, Justin Butler,Read More

CFCs Canadian Player list – CFL, NFL, NCAA/NAIA

CFCs Canadian Player list – CFL, NFL, NCAA/NAIA

May 18, 2010 at 11:56 amby 0 comments

CFCs commitment to being your one-stop shopping source for everything CANADIAN FOOTBALL continues with our lists of Canadian players playing in the CFL, NFL, and US College football. The list can be found in the “quick info” box on bottom right of homepage. Players appear on this list based onRead More

Ontario Minor Football League (OMFL) schedule on CFC

Ontario Minor Football League (OMFL) schedule on CFC

May 18, 2010 at 11:14 amby 0 comments

2010 Season Kicks-Off Friday May 21st in Cambridge The 2010 OMFL Football Season Kicks-off Friday May 21st in Cambridge with the Cambridge Lions hosting the Hamilton Steelers in the Peewee Division. Click on the EVENTS TAB for the full 2010 regular season schedule. MAY SCHEDULE JUNE SCHEDULE JULY SCHEDULE AUGUSTRead More

Etobicoke Eagles OV Varsity & JV ready for season

Etobicoke Eagles OV Varsity & JV ready for season

May 18, 2010 at 9:39 amby 0 comments

Just over a week until the OVFL season starts and the Etobicoke Eagles are preparing for a great campaign. OVFL VARSITY Strengths We return all except for 8 players from the 2009 season. Added a large number of promising new faces, and players moving up from the Jr. Varsity team.Read More

Cory Greenwood gets offer from NFLs Chiefs

Cory Greenwood gets offer from NFLs Chiefs

May 18, 2010 at 4:19 amby 0 comments

MONTREAL – The Kansas City Chiefs announced the signing of rookie free agent Cory Greenwood, a highly-accomplished linebacker with the Concordia Stingers. The Kingston, Ont. native worked out for the NFL team yesterday and signed this morning. He is currently in Kansas City taking part in Organized Team Activities (OTA).Read More

‘Bad choices’ behind Messam?

‘Bad choices’ behind Messam?

May 17, 2010 at 7:35 pmby 0 comments

It seemed at times, Jerome Messam suggested, as if all he’s done in life is run, which is not a bad thing if you are a running back but not good if you are trying to outrun your past. That stopped, the 25-year-old from Brampton, Ont., said emphatically, when heRead More

SFU Football:Meet the freshmen class of 2010

SFU Football:Meet the freshmen class of 2010

May 17, 2010 at 7:06 pmby 0 comments

Let the turnover begin. Head coach Dave Johnson handed The Peak a list of 13 names, football players who had all signed letters of intent to suit up for the Red and White this fall. “In our recruiting database we have 3,300 kids that we’re engaging,” said Johnson. “I thinkRead More

FOOTBALL GOING STRONG IN AND OUT OF CITIES

FOOTBALL GOING STRONG IN AND OUT OF CITIES

May 17, 2010 at 12:15 pmby 0 comments

Joel Mukenei hopes he’s not a part of a dying breed. The student from Lumsden High School was one of only 14 athletes from rural schools to make this year’s South team for the Senior Bowl. The majority of the top graduating players who made the final 45-man cut hailRead More

Football Manitoba future on display

Football Manitoba future on display

May 17, 2010 at 6:46 amby 0 comments

He may be the perfect example of what Football Manitoba is trying to achieve with its Blue and Gold development program. Wide receiver Kurt Goodrich was cut after trying out for the Under-19 provincial team three years ago. Read More: [url]http://www.winnipegsun.com/sports/football/2010/05/06/13856041.html “I had an injury but that motivated me,” GoodrichRead More

CFLers’ work is never done

CFLers’ work is never done

May 17, 2010 at 6:40 amby 0 comments

Mike Bradwell wears two hats, literally. For six months, his head is covered by a football helmet as he toils as a receiver for the Toronto Argonauts. The rest of the year, he wears a hard hat while doing his other job as a civil engineer for PCL Construction. ReadRead More

Rouge Radio Show 3

Rouge Radio Show 3

May 16, 2010 at 6:49 pmby 0 comments

RougeRadio.com Show 3 talks with Troy Westwood, Jock Climie, CIS East/West bowl results and an OVFL team in Ontario Listen to the broadcast at www.RougeRadio.com Broadcast #3 brings some pretty interesting interviews; · Troy Westwood of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers talks about the Banjo Bowl and his music · TSNRead More

Terry Shea headlines great McGill Football coaches clinic

Terry Shea headlines great McGill Football coaches clinic

May 16, 2010 at 9:38 amby 0 comments

Terry Shea, QB consultant & former NFL coach, headlined a great weekend of football for football coaches in Quebec and Eastern Ontario. Coach Shea displayed why he tutors most of the top QB picks in the NFL draft on Saturday, going through his skill progression of teaching the QB position.Read More

Windsor grad drafted by Argos

Windsor grad drafted by Argos

May 16, 2010 at 9:12 amby 0 comments

Watt takes unusual route to the pros NORTH Vancouver’s Spencer Watt was drafted by the CFL’s Toronto Argonauts last week, going in the third round of the Canadian draft, 18th overall. You might think the former Windsor secondary and Simon Fraser University wide receiver would be a little bummed outRead More

Surrey Big Kahuna Rams coaches had a look at more than 100 football players at last weekend’s spring camp

Surrey Big Kahuna Rams coaches had a look at more than 100 football players at last weekend’s spring camp

May 14, 2010 at 3:00 pmby 0 comments

After a season in which they advanced all the way to the B.C. finals, the Big Kahuna Rams began preparing for what they hope is an equally successful follow-up performance when they held their annual spring camp last weekend. Read More: [url]http://www.bclocalnews.com/surrey_area/surreyleader/sports/93719474.html Coaches got a chance to see first-hand someRead More

Als sign former NFLer OJ Santiago

Als sign former NFLer OJ Santiago

May 14, 2010 at 2:53 pmby 0 comments

MONTREAL — Montreal Alouettes’ Vice President and General Manager Jim Popp announced today the signing of non-import tight end and NFL veteran O.J. Santiago for the 2010 season. Read More: MontrealAlouettes.com Staff “It will be nice to give O.J. a chance to continue playing football. He may be able toRead More

History – FIRST FOOTBALL GAME WAS MAY 14, 1874

History – FIRST FOOTBALL GAME WAS MAY 14, 1874

May 14, 2010 at 2:41 pmby 0 comments

MONTREAL — This week marks the 137th anniversary of the historic McGill-Harvard rugby-football confrontation. The two-game football series, played at Cambridge, Mass., May 14 and 15, 1874, were the first games of North American-style football. Some may argue that the Princeton-Rutgers game of 1869 was the first football game butRead More

Browns Sign Canadian Football Player After Just a YouTube Video

Browns Sign Canadian Football Player After Just a YouTube Video

May 14, 2010 at 10:21 amby 0 comments

BEREA: Undrafted free-agent offensive tackle Joel Reinders had just revealed that his uncle played in the NHL with Wayne Gretzky when the star of the Browns’ rookie class walked into the locker room. Reinders didn’t mind deferring to quarterback Colt McCoy. ”Do you want to go over there?” Reinders asked.Read More