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Running with fire across Canada


Though the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics are little over 100 days away, the hype has already been ignited ”“ literally. The Olympic torch was recently sparked at Olympia in Greece, marking the beginning of its quest to North America.

Tailgating is not fandom


If you want to talk about tailgating and frenzied football culture, you don't have to look any further than the small suburb of Orchard Park, Buffalo. Ralph Wilson Stadium is a Buffalo Bills wonderland. Everywhere you looked, Bills paraphernalia littered the streets, homes and businesses located in the vicinity of the stadium.

NBA Eastern Conference predictions


Following the Orlando Magic capturing the NBA championship last spring, a new season is slated to kick off on Oct. 27. Here are this season's predictions.

Girls can play too


I practice both Muay Thai kick-boxing and Brazilian ju-jitsu and I understand the frustrations women face in higher level martial arts training.

Wendel Clark talks hockey at fundraiser


Wendel Clark and Kelly Chase, two of the best NHL players to don Saskatoon Blades jerseys, returned to their WHL stomping grounds to partake in a sold out Huskies Off the Leash Luncheon on Oct. 16 at Prairieland Park.

The media’s raging boner for Toronto sports teams


Besides all hailing from the centre of the Canadian sporting universe, the Toronto Blue Jays, Maple Leafs, Argonauts and Raptors also have one painfully obvious characteristic in common: they are seven shades of useless.

Huskies offence jumps to life against UBC


The Huskies trampled the University of British Columbia Thunderbirds Oct. 9 by a score of 44-7 and dissolved any criticism that had been mounting concerning Saskatchewan's lowly offensive output this season.

Welcome back, rugby


After endless lobbying, rugby will finally return to the Olympics. The 2016 Games in Rio de Janeiro will be the first to feature rugby after 85 years of exclusion.

Former Huskie talks about transition to CFL


In 2008, Huskies safety Dylan Barker made history at the University of Saskatchewan by becoming the first athlete in the Huskies football program to be drafted first overall in the CFL by the Hamilton Tiger-Cats. Never before in the resilient history of the Huskies program, which has generated nearly 50 CFL players, had there been such a buzz around a U of S athlete.

New NHL season fires up


Retiring superstars, promising new draft picks and controversy in Phoenix usher in the 2009-10 NHL season, which got underway last week.

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