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Semifinal showdown at Mac

No one outside of the football team knows if quarterback Billy McPhee will start in tomorrow’s OUA semifinal against the
McMaster Marauders.
“There’s a chance [he’ll play], but he hasn’t been green-lighted yet,” head coach Pat Sheahan said at the team’s Thursday press conference. “He’s still doubtful for the weekend.”Continue...

Gaels shut out Mustangs

The Western Mustangs were undefeated and ranked first in Canada when they came to Richardson Stadium on Saturday. But the Gaels won 37-0 in front of 5,185 fans to extend their own winning streak to six games.Continue...

Queen's kicker keeps converting

Dan Village wanted to be a soccer player. But when he broke his leg and was cut from his high school soccer team, Village pursued a football career that’s seen him break 14 Queen’s records. He became the Gaels all-time career field goal kicker during Saturday’s 13-6 win over the University of Toronto Varsity Blues with his 48th field goal.Continue...

Football clinging to playoff hopes

Queen’s football have their sights set on the playoffs — but they’ll need their fair share of luck along the way.

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Football team shines on Homecoming

Queen’s football just can’t seem to take their foot off the gas pedal.

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Gaels remain winless after loss to Laurier

Inconsistent play continued to act as the theme of the Gaels’ season this past weekend.Continue...

Gaels looks to bounce back against defending OUA Champions

Men’s football will be looking for their first win this weekend — but it’ll without question come with its share of difficulties.Continue...

More than just another game

With five teams having already clinched playoff berths, a lone playoff spot is up for grabs over the OUA football regular season’s final two weekends.Continue...

Beyond the field

A few weeks before he received the Russ Jackson Award, Queen’s receiver Curtis Carmichael received a cryptic phone call from his head coach Pat Sheahan.Continue...

Season ended by high-flying Ravens

“The Gaels dressed up as a bad football team for Halloween,” one onlooker said after the Queen’s football team lost to Carleton on Saturday.Continue...

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