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Friday September 6, 2002
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LAST UPDATED: Friday, September 6, 2002 - 7:00 p.m.

Yeomen next up for improved Mustangs

It may have been Windsor and they may have had home field advantage, but anyway you slice it, the Western Mustangs football team's 52-5 victory last Monday looked quite impressive.



Western 52, Windsor 5

The Mustangs football team jumped out of the gates on Monday, embarrasing the Windsor Lancers at TD Waterhouse Stadium.



Throw me a frickin' Bone!
Former QB as good as it gets

The Western Mustang football squad has fielded numerous elite Canadian quarterbacks, but arguably the greatest one ever was former 'Stang Jamie Bone.



The NFL will do what a strike could not - kill baseball

The Gazette attempts to predict who will emerge and who will sink in a sea of despair in the NFL this season.

 
The Gambling Man

The Gambling Man is a wily and unpredictable character who will make frequent appearances in The Gazette Sports section.
His periodic ramblings and predictions on the world of professional football shouldn't be taken seriously for he remains a very poor man.



Athletics get redefined

It has been almost four months now since Director of Sports and Recreation Services Dan Smith dropped a bomb on the Western athletic world, turning varsity athletic funding upside-down.



VC donates pocket change

Toronto Raptors star Vince Carter will donate more than $1 million to help his high school pay for a new athletic centre bearing his name.

 

 

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