September 9, 2003  
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SPORTS

Haylor sets milestone in romp over Waterloo

Western Mustangs football coach Larry Haylor has won a lot of games. He's won so many games in fact, that no one in Canadian university football history can claim they've won as many.


Under review: Weir saves Canadian Open

The Canadian Open, which is now the PGA's only stop in Canada, was held in Hamilton over the weekend. If it weren't for Mike Weir nobody would've known.

The tournament has been faltering in many aspects over the last few years. The world's top players have stopped coming and attendance and TV ratings have been down as well.


Patriot games in AFC battle

AFC EAST
These teams are so evenly matched (three teams were 9-7 last year) anyone could win. Expect the New England Patriots to come out on top, as newly acquired safety Rodney Harrison should thrive under defensive-minded coach Bill Belichick.

Miami should take second. They're probably the best team on paper, but they always seem to fade during the latter weeks of the season. Still, the likes of Ricky Williams and Zach Thomas make the Dolphins a definite playoff threat.


Racist invective hurled at English

NYON, Switzerland (AP) - European soccer governing body UEFA said Monday it had launched an investigation into racist chanting during a Euro 2004 qualifier between Macedonia and England.

UEFA officials started the inquiry after Macedonian fans hurled abuse at England players during Saturday's Group 7 match. England won the game 2-1.


Mustang briefs

MEN'S FOOTBALL

The Mustangs football team regrouped after a 25-16 loss to the Windsor Lancers on Mon., Sep. 2 and defeated the Waterloo Warriors 62-12 on Saturday.

The Mustangs threw for three touchdowns and ran for three.

 

 

 

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