The University of Toronto Varsity Blues fell to the Laurier Golden Hawks 54-3 Thursday night at Varsity Stadium, leaving the hosts 1-6 on the season and eliminated from playoff contention in the OUA.
When Michael Prempeh spots a familiar face from his playing days in the Ontario Varsity Football League (OVFL), fond memories spring to the surface.
The fourth-year receiver for the University of Toronto Varsity Blues nostalgically recollects those childhood experiences with fellow OVFL alumni, now littered throughout Canadian University rosters.
The University of Toronto Varsity Blues are teetering on the playoff bubble heading into their final two games of the 2011 football season.
At 2-4, the Blues sit in seventh place in OUA standings, one win behind Laurier, which currently occupies the sixth, and final playoff spot up for grabs.
It was a battle of the elements and historical rivals on Friday night in Toronto as the Queen’s Gaels defeated the hometown Varsity Blues 13-6 under the lights at Varsity Stadium.
Right at kickoff, in a matchup billed as a Hall of Fame Game, the skies opened, delivering a steady rain that failed to subside until close to halftime.
Andrew Gillis has experienced his fair share of trying times in five years at quarterback for the University of Toronto Varsity Blues.
In his rookie season, the club went winless for the sixth-straight campaign – the program was drowning, and in desperate need of a life-preserver.
The University of Toronto will bring some momentum into their home-opener this Saturday against the Guelph Gryphons.