Nate Hobbs

In conversation with Nate Hobbs

Nate Hobbs completed his fifth year at Queen’s this past spring and left the program as one of its best. He ends his tenure with the Gaels ranked second all-time in passing yards, third in passing touchdowns, second in completions, as well as holding the record for throwing the longest passing touchdown in Queen’s history—a 108-yard strike to Matteo del Brocco.Continue...

Football misses playoffs after Homecoming loss to Ottawa

Before the football team (3-5) took the field on Saturday against the UOttawa Gee-Gee’s (6-2), their chances at making a playoff run looked bleakContinue...

Football takes care of business at home

Seventeen seconds was all it took for Queen’s football to get ahead of the University of Toronto Blues on Saturday afternoon, and they never looked back.Continue...

Gaels’ season ends in Hamilton

Queen’s football left it all on the field last Saturday afternoon.Continue...

Football team shines on Homecoming

While the seats in Richardson Stadium are brand new, Queen’s dominant play in front of the 8,000 tri-coloured spectators at Saturday’s game ensured they weren’t put to much use.Continue...

Football team picks up first win of the season

The Gaels picked up their first victory of the football season Saturday, with a 20-5 win over the University of Toronto Varsity Blues.Continue...

Gaels fall to Mustangs in much-anticipated home opener

Early buzz at the revitalized Richardson Stadium was met by a disappointing output from the Gaels, and, much to the fans’ disliking, a fair bit of rain.Continue...

Hobbs touches down in Montreal

Queen’s quarterback Nate Hobbs was just having a regular weekend when he received a cryptic text message from head coach Pat Sheahan, telling him he’d be heading to Quebec for the Montreal...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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