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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...

Continuity in coaching holds value

When Pat Sheahan said he was the best version of himself he's ever been at his resignation press conference last week, I didn’t doubt him.Continue...

'Coming back never an option' for resigned football head coach

On Tuesday, Queen’s Athletics and Recreation (A&R) announced football Head Coach Pat Sheahan had left the program after 19 years with the team. In a press conference at the Alumni Lounge on Thursday afternoon, Sheahan told reporters he “never quit anything in his life” and the program is experiencing a “generational change.”Continue...

Playoff implications abound for football on Homecoming

Coaches rarely utter the phrase, “Winning is everything.”Continue...

Gaels hit crunch time Friday against McMaster

Headed into their second-last game of the season, the football team is grappling to find routine amidst a week many would call chaotic.Continue...

Football comes short of upset against Western

Ahead of the football team’s Saturday game against the Western Mustangs, head coach Pat Sheahan wasn’t expecting a win.Continue...

Football preparing for Western after near disaster

As Guelph’s kicker stepped on the field to attempt a game-winning 32-yard field goal, Queen’s running back Jake Puskas could hardly watch.Continue...

Gaels look to rebound after heartbreaking loss

This week, Queen’s football took inspiration from an unlikely source: Kobe Bryant.Continue...

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