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  1. #1
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    Mar 2007

    Default COVID turns into recruiting boon for Laval Mens BBall

    Train ride to a home game..$80, season tickets $198. Beer and hotdogs at the game $20, Championship Cap and player's jersey,$100.
    Trip to Vanier Cup 2012,$500. Trip to 2013 Vanier Cup and having a cool lunch with Jim Mullin the next day, $200.
    Being a fan of the only team with 4 consecutive years in the Championship Game, 3 Vanier Cups in front of THEM , 9 Vanier Cups ahead of UdeMontreal...PRICELESS

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Apr 2007


    I think you might find that a number of Canadian unis will benefit from what is going on in the US.

    For instance, uOttawa has snagged Josh Inksuma who is originally from Barrie Ontario and has spent two years playing Bball at Purdue-Fort Wayne. He is 6-7/265.

    Last edited by ottawafan; 2020-08-30 at 13:56.
    Founded in 1848, the University of Ottawa adopted its official colours Garnet and Grey, and like many nineteenth-century institutions, the athletics teams were known only by the school's colours. Eventually, a connection was made between the shorthand "GGs" and "Gee-Gee", the common British nickname for a racehorse. The unique Gee-Gees name and iconic logo known today is a result of 170 years of history in Ottawa

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