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Fantasy Football: Week 12 Takeaways

Week 12 was packed with primetime match-ups and exciting games. The Denver Broncos stunned the New England Patriots in overtime, and the Baltimore Ravens defeated the Cleveland Browns on a blocked field goal returned for a touchdown as time expired. As per usual, there were some big performances across the league, accompanied by a few… Keep Reading

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Behind the Bench: Athletes as activists

Following weeks of protests over racial tensions at the University of Missouri, dozens of members of the school’s football team announced that they would not practice or play in any games until members of the university administration resigned. Within days, the president of the multi-campus university system stepped down, and the chancellor of the main… Keep Reading

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Point-counterpoint: Tom Brady vs. Cam Newton

With 11 weeks in the books, the New England Patriots and the Carolina Panthers stand alone as the only undefeated teams in the NFL. Superstar quarterback Brady’s greatness is nothing novel, but nobody expected him to achieve this level of success at 38 years old with a relatively weak supporting cast. The narrative developing in… Keep Reading

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Know Your Athlete: Nicolas Khandar

Nicolas Khandar, an explosive sophomore running back for the Redmen football team, is a surprising and adaptable man. A Frenchman born and raised, Khandar embraced football after moving away from the Parisian suburbs of his childhood to study in Canada. He later represented the French National Football Team in the IFAF World Championships. Khandar’s passion… Keep Reading

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Fantasy football: Week 9 Takeaways

With only four weeks to go until playoffs, fantasy football owners are in need of wins now more than ever. Week 9 showed that late-season pickups are the keys to success. Pittsburgh Steelers running back DeAngelo Williams, playing in place of injured Le’Veon Bell, racked up 225 all-purpose yards and two touchdowns, while Chicago Bears… Keep Reading

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Football: Laval light up McGill 57-10

McGill Redmen 10 Laval Rouge et Or 57 McGill (3-5-0) ran into the wrath of No. 3 ranked Laval (7-1-0) in the final regular season game of the RSEQ season on Saturday at Molson Stadium, losing 57-10. Laval outmatched and outmuscled McGill in all phases of the game. The Rouge et Or were stunning to… Keep Reading

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The week that was for McGill Athletics: Oct. 5

In this week's edition of the week that was for McGill Athletics the McGill Tribune Sports team looks at Nicolas English and Michelle Blair , our athletes of the week,  Martlet soccer, Redmen lacrosse and Redmen football, and our weekly edition of by the numbers. Beyond the box score MARTLET SOCCER The Martlets (5-2-1) got on… Keep Reading

NFL 2015 season preview

NFC North Green Bay Packers—It’s another Super Bowl-or-bust season for the Packers this year as they look to redeem themselves after a heartbreaking NFC Championship Game loss. With reigning MVP Aaron Rodgers at the helm, the Packers should have no problem moving the ball offensively, even with the loss of star wideout Jordy Nelson. Any… Keep Reading

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Behind the bench: Hanging ’em up

There is a saying that athletes die twice. Once in retirement and the other time just as we all do. Patrick Willis rejected that idea when he announced his retirement from football at the relatively young age of 30. “Retired doesn’t mean you’re dying, it means you’re putting something to rest and going on to… Keep Reading

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