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    Default SMU Huskies Assoc VP Margaret Murphy responds to AUS Loney Bowl Ruling

    Listen to the Video

    http://atlantic.ctvnews.ca/video?cli...ylistPageNum=1

    Here's an outline of the story. She very clearly states that all of the players had been cleared by U Sports.

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    WATCH: @SMUHuskies associate vice-president Margaret Murphy responds to the @AUS_SUA's decision to cancel this weekend's Loney Bowl. http://bit.ly/2jdC2Vl @LauraBrownCTV


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    Why take it to court? Murphy says they want assurance. @CTVAtlantic


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    So in the meantime, are the Huskies still practicing? Murphy says yes: @CTVAtlantic



    Replying to @LauraBrownCTV @CTVAtlantic
    Murphy also said AUS 'would be well aware of the process before the court' and that AUS 'does appear to upend that court process.'


    Replying to @LauraBrownCTV @CTVAtlantic
    She said court resumes tomorrow, and they're hopeful for a decision at that time.


    Replying to @LauraBrownCTV @CTVAtlantic
    She says they're in front of the Ontario Superior Court, making sure that agreement is enforced.


    Replying to @LauraBrownCTV @CTVAtlantic
    Margaret Murphy says SMU signed a binding, written agreement with U SPORTS on Oct. 27, which 'cleared all players to play.'


    @LauraBrownCTV
    SMU Associate VP says the university was in court today, making sure a "binding agreement with U SPORTS" is enforced. @CTVAtlantic

    Sports net's take on the situation.

    http://www.sportsnet.ca/usports/aus-...ibility-issue/

    And the CIS Blog.
    http://www.cisblog.ca

    Don't see anyone in agreement with the decision on what the AUS made

    The interview is interesting and they are not backing down to the AUS.
    Last edited by Spud's cyclesguy; 2017-11-11 at 16:32.

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