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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.

A new program introduced by the higher-ups at the Ontario University Athletics (OUA) conference this year, OUA.tv is supposed to be the one place you can go to see a live stream of almost every OUA sporting event.

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Fourth quarter rally secures a 2-0 record and possible top 10 ranking for Gees Photo courtesy of Robin Kasem Riding the high of their 51-7 home- opener win against York on Labour Day, the Gee-Gees football team suited up to take on a much more talented Queen’s Gaels squad in Kingston on Sept. 6. Coming into …

A football helmet in the Gee-Gees football teams locker room

A tour through the new Gee-Gees Field and facility on Lees campus Photo Credit: Marta Kierkus For more than 100 years the University of Ottawa’s football team didn’t have a stadium to call home on campus, but that changed last year when the brand new Gee-Gees Field opened on Lees campus. After a season of …

During the dog days of summer, a relative veil of silence falls upon the four major professional sports leagues: Major League Baseball (MLB) is in the thick of their season, but the National Football League (NFL) is in pre-season stages; games in the National Basketball Association (NBA) seem far away; and no one wants to think about the cold winter season associated with the National Hockey League (NHL). Although it may be a slower time of year, there are always storylines being played out on the field.

Over the summer months workers have been busy revitalizing the iconic Grande-Allée in front of Tabaret Hall—until work was halted in late August following a striking discovery.

Last season the Gees posted a 5-3 record that led to a squandered playoff berth with a first-round exit. Their offseason was one of change, as they lost their starting quarterback to graduation, and their star running back to the Canadian Football League draft.

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.

These pre-season exhibition matches are a valuable time to learn and grow while gaining needed game experience against high-level squads on both sides. The Gee-Gees have to adjust to the size and speed of their American counterparts and NCAA teams will have to get used to a faster paced game, mainly due to a shorter 24-second shot clock.

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Five is the only number they are worried about in San Antonio Image courtesy of Michael Tipton Tim Duncan, Manu Ginóbili, Tony Parker, and head coach Gregg Popovich just laughed their way to another NBA championship. It’s safe to say the Spurs have been associated with this quartet for quite a while. Coach Popovich has …

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