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Riders going back the Cup


The Riders dominated the Stampeders in every facet of that football game on Nov. 22. Forget about the law of averages and the Riders beating Calgary all year, or the Riders having all the pressure on them, or whatever other statistic the Stamps or any other non-believer wants to throw at this team.

Gridiron Huskies’ hopes sail wide


It was one of the better Canadian Interuniversity Sport games to be played on Saskatoon turf in recent memory. Big hits, big plays, and huge heartbreak for the home team.

CIS scholarships under review


Canadian Interuniversity Sport is looking to change its scholarship rules to allow full-ride awards for student athletes by next year.

The Sport Report podcast


CUP is the largest student-run news organization in Canada. Here is the latest edition of the CUPcast, the CUP podcast, which explores mainstream professional sports wrapping up and getting underway in November, as well as Canadian university football and the approaching Vanier Cup.

Huskies Hardy Cup bound


Thousands of cheering voices and a sea of green and white streamers celebrated the Huskies football team's 53-23 win against the Regina Rams in the Canada West semi-final game on Nov. 7 at PotashCorp Park.

Toronto wins 2015 Pan Am Games bid


If Canada did not have enough Games hysteria happening in the form of the upcoming Vancouver Olympics, there's more ”” Toronto has landed a successful bid for the 2015 Pan American Games.

Dribbling Dogs prepare for a long haul


Nine will be the Huskies men's basketball team's lucky number heading into the new Canada West season. Out of the 43 basketball teams competing in Canadian Interuniversity Sport, the Huskies are ranked 9th heading into the new season.

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