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Fourth quarter woes persist for Blues

The University of Toronto Varsity Blues football team lost in their sixth game of the year, 51-30, to the Windsor Lancers on October 1...

U of T conquers CFL combine

Six football players from the U of T Varsity Blues program were invited to the CFL Toronto regional combine last Thursday. Levi Noel, a...

Blues return home with their woes

U of T Varsity Blues football couldn’t hold back the Ottawa Gee-Gees in a crucial playoff-determining match-up in the capital city, losing 45-9. The...

Varsity Blues push for playoff position

University of Toronto Varsity Blues football fell to the Western Mustangs (6-0), who rank third best in the country. The one-sided affair saw Western...

Blues run away with 46th Argo Cup

The University of Toronto Varsity Blues football team defeated rivals York University Lions 40-3 on a rare Friday night tilt.On York turf, the two...

Blues lose to defending champions

The Varsity Blues football team seemed to shine as bright as the afternoon sky on August 30 during the first two quarters of play...

It takes more than Deflategate

Tom Brady broke the sports world two weeks ago like Ellen broke Twitter during last year’s Oscars. Brady isn’t just the face of the...

Blue season for football

The 2014 Varsity Blues football season is regarded as the year of record-breaking individual performances, rather than the year of wins. The three-month football...

Nick Volpe, U of T’s Argo

As the crowd of 23,061 settle themselves into their Rogers Centre seats to watch the Toronto Argonauts battle their East Division rivals, the Hamilton...

Varsity Blues kick off the season

It’s an experience that Varsity Blues fans have waited 17 long years for: the team’s first shutout victory since 1995.U of T’s Varsity Stadium...

Varsity Blues cap off season with big win

“It’s definitely a great feeling to have played the last game like that with all of my boys, going out in style.”

Blue brothers: Asare and Prempeh

Whether it be on the gridiron, in the classroom, or at home in Rexdale, Varsity Blues football stars Kevin Asare, a linebacker, and Michael Prempeh, a wide receiver, share a relationship that shows us all what it means to be a teammate, a friend, and a brother.

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