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TD Waterhouse gets its first Homecoming win
Solyen catches TD pass in thrilling OT

TD Waterhouse Stadium has finally been christened with a Homecoming victory.

In a game Western head coach Larry Haylor called "as close as we can get to a must-win game," the Mustangs did not disappoint. After heartbreaking Homecoming losses the last two years, the Mustangs football team won a hard-fought overtime game against the Ottawa Gee-Gees 41-38 on Saturday afternoon.

Marshall Law + rye = drunken debauchery

Sports and alcohol are an inseparable couple. There's very little denying that.

So when my colleagues in the sports department asked me to take in the Homecoming football game from the fans' perspective, I did so with a side order of 100 proof rye. However, I did have second thoughts once a supersonic jet decided to pass close overhead before the kick-off and frayed my foggy wits.

A story book ending that still hasn't ended

Fond memories never fade.

For members of Western's 1953 Yates Cup-winning team, watching Murray Henderson's game-winning touchdown with 40 seconds left is as crystal clear as glacier water - even though it happened half a century ago.

Soccer goes vertical

OSAKA, Japan (AP) - Adidas is taking soccer to a new level.

As part of an ambitious global advertising campaign, Adidas Japan has created the world’s first vertical soccer field on the side of a building in downtown Osaka.

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