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Canadian Football Hall of Fame to induct amateurs

Quarterback Chris Flynn, who elevated the profile of Canadian university football in the late-1980s, almost certainly has a bust and a ring in his future.
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Als’ D out for pride, revenge in rematch

For members of the Montreal Alouettes’ defence, Monday’s rematch against the Calgary Stampeders means different things. But one factor’s indisputable - after losing by 25 points to the Stamps last Friday, it’s an opport...
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Als looking for kicker to replace injured Duval

How do you conduct a kicking competition in an indoor soccer facility?
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Alouettes defence eager to atone for loss to Stampeders

Over the course of a six-month season, football coaches are forced to wear a variety of hats. They must get inside the heads of their players, knowing when the best approach is honey as opposed to vinegar.
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Calvillo ready for Bombers

It's the nature of the beast -the form commonly known as professional sports -that the athletes playing these games must have some resilient skin and short memories.
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"That was awful": Calvillo

Although he's in the midst of his 17th Canadian Football League season, there was a sense of relief on Sunday from quarterback Anthony Calvillo. The Alouettes defeated Edmonton, and Calvillo, playing for the first time in a mon...
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Als dismantle Esks in Sunday snoozefest

Anthony Calvillo is back, but after a month of not playing, the results were fairly predictable.
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Calvillo closes in on return

Anthony Calvillo took all the practice reps with the Alouettes’ starting offence on Wednesday — an indication he’s ready to return from the bruised sternum and rib injury that has sidelined him since Aug.
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