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Parker, Coehoorn Lead Big Draft Class for Calgary Dinos (video 4x)

Parker, Coehoorn Lead Big Draft Class for Calgary Dinos (video 4x)

May 9, 2011 at 6:54 amby 0 comments

CALGARY – A day they had long awaited finally came – and after some nervous anticipation, all six University of Calgary Dinos football players on the board were selected in the Canadian Football League’s 2011 Canadian Draft Sunday. Led by slotback Anthony Parker, who went No. 3 overall to theRead More

U of S Huskie’s Etienne Selected In First Round Of CFL Draft (video)

U of S Huskie’s Etienne Selected In First Round Of CFL Draft (video)

May 9, 2011 at 6:51 amby 0 comments

Saskatoon’s Jade Etienne became the fourth University of Saskatchewan Huskie football player to be selected in the first round of the CFL Canadian Draft Sunday. Etienne, a 6-3, 190 pound wide receiver, was selected fourth overall to the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. The selection is the third highest in Huskie footballRead More

Ten Former CJFLers Selected In CFL Draft (video 4x)

Ten Former CJFLers Selected In CFL Draft (video 4x)

May 9, 2011 at 6:46 amby 0 comments

The Canadian Junior Football League is proud to announce the former players that have been chosen in the 2011 Canadian Football League draft. * Nathan Coehoorn by the Edmonton Eskimos with the 5th pick in the first round. Nate played for the Okanagan Sun in 2006. He was a BCFCRead More

Edmonton Eskimos Trade with Calgary; Selects U of T Prospect (video)

Edmonton Eskimos Trade with Calgary; Selects U of T Prospect (video)

May 9, 2011 at 6:43 amby 0 comments

EDMONTON – The Edmonton Eskimos have traded the playing rights to non-import defensive lineman Brian Bulcke to Calgary in exchange for the Stampeders second round selection (14th overall) in the 2011 CFL Canadian Draft. Edmonton used the pick to select University of Toronto defensive back Hugo Lopez. Lopez (6-3,196 lbs)Read More

BC Lions Get Five and Trade Whyte on Draft Day (video 4x)

BC Lions Get Five and Trade Whyte on Draft Day (video 4x)

May 9, 2011 at 6:37 amby 0 comments

VANCOUVER – The BC Lions Football Club started the 2011 Canadian Draft with a bang by completing a six-pick swap with the Calgary Stampeders and finished with one too as they shipped kicker Sean Whyte to the Montreal Alouettes. Moving down the draft ladder from third overall to sixth overallRead More

BC Lions take Harvard grad Iannuzzi – Edmonton Huskies / St. Francis (video 3x)

BC Lions take Harvard grad Iannuzzi – Edmonton Huskies / St. Francis (video 3x)

May 9, 2011 at 6:32 amby 0 comments

Vancouver – The BC Lions Football Club selected Maro Iannuzzi with their first round selection in the 2011 Canadian Draft. Iannuzzi wrapped up his four-year career at Harvard in 2010 with six receptions for 119 yards and two TD’s. He also averaged 34.5 yards per kickoff return in 2010, makingRead More

Brody McKnight (Montana Grizzlies) picked by Alouettes – Vancouver College (video 2x)

Brody McKnight (Montana Grizzlies) picked by Alouettes – Vancouver College (video 2x)

May 9, 2011 at 6:28 amby 0 comments

Montana kicker Brody McKnight was selected in the first round of the Canadian Football League draft Sunday by the Montréal Alouettes. McKnight, a 6-foot, 204-pound senior from Vancouver, British Columbia, was the eighth and final selection in the first round. “It is a very humbling experience and just sort ofRead More

CFL Draft: Muamba & 11 other CIS players go in first 2 rounds (34 of 47 picks)

CFL Draft: Muamba & 11 other CIS players go in first 2 rounds (34 of 47 picks)

May 8, 2011 at 2:26 pmby 0 comments

The CFL draft began today at 1:00 pm and it involved many trades and many surprising early picks. No surprise first overall when Henoc Muamba (St. Francis Xavier) went to the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. The CIS President’s trophy winner (top defensive player) was in Winnipeg to announce the pick. HeRead More

CIS East-West bowl: Top 5 testers (every discipline) at Under Armour combine

CIS East-West bowl: Top 5 testers (every discipline) at Under Armour combine

May 8, 2011 at 10:26 amby 0 comments

On Tuesday morning of the CIS East-West bowl the players went through a variety of testing disciplines. The tests included Bench Press, Vertical Jump, 40 yard dash, Broad Jump, Shuttle 5-10-5, and 3 cone drill. The outdoor testing was done in poor weather conditions, and the 40 yard dash wasRead More

East prevails 34-27 over West in overtime of 2011 East-West Bowl: Levesque overtime winner

East prevails 34-27 over West in overtime of 2011 East-West Bowl: Levesque overtime winner

May 8, 2011 at 7:34 amby 0 comments

LONDON, Ont. – The 2011 East-West Bowl could not be decided in regulation time as the East all-star team prevailed over the West all-star team 34-27 in overtime on Saturday afternoon in London, Ont. at TD Waterhouse Stadium. Acadia’s Kyle Graves and Laval’s Bruno Prud’homme split the quarterbacking duties forRead More

CIS East-West bowl game result: GREAT GAME – EAST WINS IN OVERTIME

CIS East-West bowl game result: GREAT GAME – EAST WINS IN OVERTIME

May 7, 2011 at 3:39 pmby 0 comments

Two great teams; one great game. The CIS East-West Bowl was a great match up between the best 3rd year players (juniors) in the CIS. The game went into overtime with the EAST prevailing in the first overtime session. Final Score 34 to 27. Here are the game hilites: SecondRead More

First half report: West pulls ahead late in competitive first half

First half report: West pulls ahead late in competitive first half

May 7, 2011 at 2:06 pmby 0 comments

The CIS East -West bowl just completed the first half. The WEST pulls ahead of EAST late in half 17 to 14. Here are some of the hilites & stats: First downs: East 9 / West 8 Passing: East 116 / West 80 Rushing: East 61 / West 83 RedRead More

Team Canada: Michael Faulds still ‘got it’ according to Marshall & Haylor (Video Interview)

Team Canada: Michael Faulds still ‘got it’ according to Marshall & Haylor (Video Interview)

May 7, 2011 at 6:52 amby 0 comments

Michael Faulds will be the Offensive Coordinator of Team West in today’s CIS East-West bowl but it his recent addition to the Senior National Team that has people talking. Michael rehabbed from his torn ACL (2009 season) and is ready to perform for Team Canada in Austria. The following isRead More

East-West Bowl day 5 recap: Gameday- follow CFC twitter for updates (rosters) (video)

East-West Bowl day 5 recap: Gameday- follow CFC twitter for updates (rosters) (video)

May 7, 2011 at 6:28 amby 0 comments

Friday was another busy day for the East-West bowl participants. Friday morning both teams went through final preparations with an hour and one half practice. Coach Dobie & Coach Bechmanis went through some final special teams preparations while Offensive Coordinators Coach Jeffreys and Coach Faulds tweaked the playbook and CoachRead More

Team Manitoba (U18) Blue-Gold game goes today – Who’s the next Idonije? (rosters)

Team Manitoba (U18) Blue-Gold game goes today – Who’s the next Idonije? (rosters)

May 7, 2011 at 6:19 amby 0 comments

The conclusion of Football Manitoba’s ‘Blue-Gold week’ goes today with the annual game between the Blue and Gold teams. The coaches will then pick the top 40 players from the game to represent Manitoba at this year’s Football Canada Cup in Lethbridge, Alberta. Former ‘Blue-Gold’ participants include Chicago Bears defensiveRead More

Senior Men’s National Team: Last chance to tryout tomorrow in London

Senior Men’s National Team: Last chance to tryout tomorrow in London

May 6, 2011 at 8:57 amby 0 comments

The Canadian Senior Men’s National Team will conduct its final Identification Camp, Saturday May 7, 2011. The camp is scheduled to be held prior to the CIS East-West bowl at TD Waterhouse Stadium on the campus of The University of Western Ontario. All coaches including the Head Coach, Larry Haylor,Read More

CIS East-West bowl day 4: Last day of preparation & coaches clinic

CIS East-West bowl day 4: Last day of preparation & coaches clinic

May 6, 2011 at 6:41 amby 0 comments

The CIS East-West bowl week continues today with both teams participating in morning practices (9:30am) and afternoon practices (2:00 for the East & 3:00 for the West). The ‘Coaches Clinic’ which begins today (registration between 12 and 2pm) will have on-field drill demonstrations by the West coaches at 2:00pm andRead More

Mexico announces 45-man roster for Senior Worlds: “goal of winning” this year

Mexico announces 45-man roster for Senior Worlds: “goal of winning” this year

May 6, 2011 at 6:31 amby 0 comments

Federacion Mexicana de Futbol Americano (FMFA) and head coach Raul Rivera have announced the final 45-man roster that will represent Mexico at the 2011 IFAF Senior World Championship. The IFAF Senior World Championship is held every four years having first been contested in 1999 and eight nations from four continentsRead More

CIS East-West bowl: Top testers (position) at the ‘Under Armour’ combine

CIS East-West bowl: Top testers (position) at the ‘Under Armour’ combine

May 5, 2011 at 4:53 pmby 0 comments

The first morning of the CIS East-West bowl week (Tuesday) saw the players take part in a series of testing performed Under Armour Combines. Despite poor weather the players still showed some good results. Here is a high light of the top testers: Offensive Line Bench Press Matt Norman –Read More

CIS East-West bowl day 3: 75 attend CFL free agent camp on day 2

CIS East-West bowl day 3: 75 attend CFL free agent camp on day 2

May 5, 2011 at 7:32 amby 0 comments

The CIS East-West bowl week continues today with both teams participating in “power practices” starting at 10:00 am (2 practices with short break in between). After the practice players will have some ‘down time’ while the coaches hit the links for some much needed ‘recruiting blackout’ golf. Hilites from dayRead More

 
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