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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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Redmen win fifth consecutive QURL championship

Ada Sonnenfeld Ada Sonnenfeld The McGill Redmen Rugby Team earned the right to be called champions on Sunday night, avenging their single regular season loss by defeating the Concordia Stingers 22-10 in the Quebec Student Sports Federation Championships. In the biggest game of their season, the Redmen turned in their best performance to win their… Keep Reading

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Return to the shinny rink for NHLers

The North American professional sporting world is primarily made up of the so-called “Big Four” leagues—the National Football League, the National Basketball Association, Major League Baseball, and the National Hockey League. Still, while the NHL will always have a strong base in Canada, it’s an afterthought for the majority of Americans. The NHL’s attempts to… Keep Reading

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What happened to retiring in style?

Nobody wants to be “that guy” on campus. The guy in the seventh year of his undergrad and still trying to fit in. The guy who tirelessly attempts to convince you that the victory lap is, in fact, cool. Allen Iverson has become “that guy.” On October 29, Allen Iverson signed a two-year contract with… Keep Reading

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Synchro team’s topical choreography a big hit

Maxime Sawicki With precision, the McGill synchronized swim team executed their routine and left the competition floundering. The McGill White team won the competitive team event. The six-time consecutive Canadian University Synchro Swim League champions put on a dazzling performance and look primed for yet another big season. The highlight of the competition was McGill’s… Keep Reading

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Redmen rock the rims in opener

It was a night of new beginnings for the Redmen basketball team as they opened up their Quebec University Basketball League season with an 82-65 victory over Bishop’s Gaiters on Saturday night. Freshman Simon Bibeau led the team with 18 points as McGill (1-0) delivered a win for Head Coach David D’Aveiro in his first… 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. Salacious solicitation scandal NCAA FOOTBALL:  Auburn quarterback Cam Newton is one of the most exciting athletes you’ll ever see. His passing and running… Keep Reading

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Sailing team suspended for two years

The McGill Sailing Team is suspended for the next two years. The team was already under scrutiny by the administration and recent events pushed McGill Athletics to action. On October 23, three team members—Leif MacDonald, Justin Cruanes, and Renee Gladilen—were detained by police for stealing a parking sign after a regatta in Maryland. The bail… Keep Reading

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Soccer team squanders numerous chances for the win

The McGill Redmen soccer team was eliminated from the Quebec Student Sports Federation playoffs in a frustrating 3-1 loss against the UQAM Citadins this past Friday evening, marking the end of their 2010 season. Entering the game as the second-ranked team in Quebec, the Redmen had high hopes of pursuing further success and qualifying for… Keep Reading

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