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Cross-Country – B

Maxime Sawicki The Martlets Cross Country Team was finally able to bring back the QSSF title this season. The team had won that title for 20 consecutive years heading into the 2008 season before losing it in 2009. The season started strong and the Martlets became regulars on the CIS weekly Top 10 list. Returning… Keep Reading

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Around the Water Cooler

For those of you who don’t keep TSN as your home page or Sports Illustrated as your bedtime reading, we know sports can be hard to understand. This section is for you. Laval wins Vanier Cup over U of Calgary CIS FOOTBALL: The top ranked Rouge-et-Or won their sixth Vanier cup with a dominating 29-2… Keep Reading

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Gause shines as Redmen top UQAM Citadins at home

Holly Stewart The McGill Redmen defeated the UQAM Citadins 78-67 at Love Competition Hall on Saturday night to improve to 3-1 on the season. The team now shares the QUBL division lead with Laval (3-0) and Concordia (3-1). Sophomore centre Greg Gause scored a career-high 24 points and standout freshman Simon Bibeau added 16 as… Keep Reading

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Basket-nomics

What’s going on with the Miami Heat? Following the acquisition of Lebron James and Chris Bosh this summer, the Heat became the consensus favourite of pundits and fans across the league to win the Larry O’Brien Championship Trophy. However, the heated discussion that ensued wasn’t reserved for whether they would win the championship, it was… Keep Reading

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Last minute comeback keeps undefeated season alive

Holly Stewart All the Martlets want for Christmas are two more wins to keep their regular season record unblemished going into the winter break. On Saturday, they took a step towards that goal by beating the UQAM Citadins 76-70 to improve to 4-0. Even when the pressure was on, the Martlets kept their composure and… Keep Reading

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Rowing – B+

Adam Scotti As the year’s first snowfall blankets the city, and the water is drained from the rowing basin in Parc Jean Drapeau, McGill’s Crew season comes to an end. The McGill rowers, under the guidance of Head Coach Philip Hedrei, trained nearly every morning since late August and had a successful season, with promising… Keep Reading

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American Football Conference – West

San Diego Chargers: It must be hard to be a fan of a team that’s terrific every single regular season but can’t get it together in the playoffs. Phillip Rivers, for all his success in the regular season, isn’t the guy to change things. Evidently, he lacks the fortitude to take his team to the… Keep Reading

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American Football Conference – South

Indianapolis Colts: Expect the Colts to return to the playoffs for the ninth consecutive season with Peyton Manning at the helm. The emergence of wideouts Pierre Garcon and Austin Collie, combined with Reggie Wayne, Dallas Clark, and a now-healthy Anthony Gonzalez rounds out the most dangerous passing attack in the league. The Colts will need… Keep Reading

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American Football Conference – East

New England Patriots: The Patriots will be kings of the East until someone says otherwise, and with the tandem of Tom Brady and Bill Belichick still intact, the Pats remain the favourites in one of the NFL’s toughest divisions. Brady will once again be joined by his go-to targets Randy Moss and Wes Welker, the… Keep Reading

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American Football Conference – North

Baltimore Ravens: In case someone out there didn’t take notice, Ray Rice is a legitimate beast; the addition of star wideout Anquan Boldin will give Joe Flacco a fully loaded arsenal of receivers; and Ray Lewis still eats people, so that has to be taken into account. This team is one of the elite few… Keep Reading

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