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  • 'I'm just proud of myself': Canada's Kristie Elliott reacts to historic college football kick

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    It's taken some adaptations, but Elliott has broken new ground for women in college sports. The 21-year-old booted a pair of successful conversions against Oregon's Linfield University on Sept. 11, becoming the first Canadian woman to play in — and score in — an NCAA football game.

  • SFU football player becomes 1st Canadian woman to play, score in college game

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    Kristie Elliott, a kicker on the SFU football team, became the first Canadian woman to play, and score in, a college football game.

  • Vanier Cup dominance shows how big football is in la belle province: Russell

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    The Vanier Cup has been dominated by French language institutions over the last two decades and as Scott Russell writes, that's due to a proliferation of high school and community college teams across the vast geography of Quebec. According to former Mount Allison star Eric Lapointe, everybody is playing "our beautiful game" in la belle province.

  • Krown Countdown U: Canada's home for college football news (Week 6)

    Krown Countdown U: Canada's home for college football news (Week 6)

    This week on Krown Countdown U, Jim, Gord and Mike look at the meteoric rise of Abbotsford native and Notre Dame receiver Chase Claypool. The panel talks about brining a Division 1 and 2 to Canadian university football and Shawn Olson breaks down the play of Canada's most underrated QB, Kyle Siemens of the Saskatchewan Huskies on X's and Olson.

  • Krown Countdown U: Canada's home for college football news (Week 5)

    Krown Countdown U: Canada's home for college football news (Week 5)

    Join Jim Mullin, Mike Hogan and Gord Randall as they break down Waterloo's stunning upset of Laurier in the Battle of Waterloo, Calgary QB Adam Sinagra's bombing raid in Saskatchewan, and how Canadian university sports need to find a way to get it right with television once and for all.

  • Krown Countdown U: Canada's home for college football news (Week 4)

    Krown Countdown U: Canada's home for college football news (Week 4)

    This week on Krown Countdown U, Jim Mullin, Gord Randall and Mike Hogan look at the progress of Oklahoma Sooner defensive tackle and St. Catharines native Neville Gallimore. Shawn Olson makes his first appearance of the season in X's and Olson and shows us why Waterloo's Tre Ford is the leading candidate so far for the Hec Crighton Award. Also, full highlights from Canadian university football.

  • Krown Countdown U: Canada's home for college football news (Week 2)

    Krown Countdown U: Canada's home for college football news (Week 2)

    This week, Jim Mullin, Mike Hogan and Gord Randall look at the best group of Canadian university quarterbacks in nearly a decade, including an interview with Laval Rouge et Or QB Hugo Richard.


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