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CFL draft has CIS athletes’ best interest in mind

n co-operation with the CIS, the CFL Draft offers a sort of security blanket for its Canadian college draftees. It’s a safeguard, so to speak, which allows for CFL-drafted Canadian collegiate athletes to return to university even after being drafted, if they so choose, and continue playing football at the CIS level.
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Keeping up with the Lumsdens

Of the many names that have been associated with the 1975 Gee-Gees football team, one stands out above the rest. Without a 169-yard performance by running back Neil Lumsden, it’s possible that the Vanier Cup may have never made its way to Ottawa that special season.
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Former Gee-Gees in the CFL

As football season approaches and the Gee-Gees gear up to hit the field once again, let’s take a look at some former Gees that are now suited up for CFL squads.
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RedBlacks cheerleaders ready for kickoff

Three-Gee-Gee cheerleaders on going pro with the RedBlacks Photo credit: Spencer Murdock University of Ottawa cheerleaders Alex Juneau, Jenny Laviolette, and Stephanie Constantinidis have just made the jump...
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Dreaming of going pro

Earlier this month, Gee-Gees fourth-year running back Brendan Gillanders and fourth-year wide receiver Simon Le Marquand participated in the Canadian Football League (CFL) Combine, the top training camp for football prospects.