NFL 2007: what to expect

Friday, September 7th, 2007

Adrian Peterson

NFC North
1. Chicago Bears
2. Detroit Lions
3. Green Bay Packers 4. Minnesota Vikings

Chicago should win the NFL’s weakest division, but quarterback Rex Grossman is too inconsistent for the Bears to be considered elite. (read more)

Mustangs on Tap: baseball, rugby, soccer at home this weekend

Friday, September 7th, 2007

Men's rugby

While the rest of us were finishing up summer jobs or enjoying the last days of summer, many of Western’s dedicated student athletes were busy trying out and training for their respective sports.

Well, the time has come to see if all that hard work paid off. (read more)

Patriots favoured in AFC

Brady and Co. should go deep in Super Bowl race

Friday, September 7th, 2007

Jay Culter

AFC East
1. New England Patriots
2. New York Jets
3. Buffalo Bills
4. Miami Dolphins

The Patriots are unquestionably the class of the AFC East. Superhero pivot Tom Brady now has a legitimate deep threat in Randy Moss, and as long as the team avoids any “straight cash homey” situations, New England should go deep. (read more)

Sens, Flyers face off

JLC hosts NHL preseason game

Friday, September 7th, 2007

On Sept. 18, the John Labatt Centre, typically home of the OHL’s London Knights, will host the Philadelphia Flyers and the Ottawa Senators, who are facing off in a preseason game. This marks the first time in four visits to London that the Flyers will play a Canadian team. (read more)

'Stangs fall in home opener

Golden Gaels walk away with OT win in Coach Marshall's first game

Friday, September 7th, 2007

Randy McAuley

A new school year, a new team, a new head coach, and new field turf, but an old result for the Western Mustangs as they dropped yet another season opener, this time to the Queen’s Golden Gaels, 26-20, in an overtime heart breaker. (read more)

Men's soccer hopes to repeat 2006 title

Mustangs vets Al-Shaibani and Washington key players

Friday, September 7th, 2007

Western men's soccer

With a perfect pre-season record, a confident goalkeeper and a new home base in TD Waterhouse Stadium, the Western men’s soccer team looks to be off to a solid start.

After years of playing at the Brescia Flats, the team will kick off its 2007 season from the field it now shares with the Western football team. (read more)

Mustangs vets to count on in 2007-08

Western's varsity squads will lean on these veteran duos

Friday, September 7th, 2007

Here’s a look at some crucial veteran tandems for Western this season:

Michael Faulds/Randy McAuley, football
The play of this veteran backfield will likely be the key to the ’Stangs’ season. (read more)


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