RadCan to air Quebec university football games

For those who think Radio-Canada hasn’t been doing enough to fulfill its mandate as a broadcaster of sports since the last Soirée du Hockey, the Queen’s network has announced that it will air live telecasts of Quebec University Football League games, including the annual Shaughnessy Cup matchup between the McGill Redmen and Concordia Stingers, and playoff games including the national Vanier Cup championship game.

Last year, these games aired on RDS.

The schedule includes two other games involving Concordia University, but no others involving McGill.

Which is as it should be because the Redmen suck.

Go Stingers!

5 thoughts on “RadCan to air Quebec university football games

  1. Homer

    Great News! The Alouettes bore me anyway. Every year it’s the same story, let’s have a great season and then wait for Calvillo to choke when it counts… At least now Alumni can get behind and follow their teams a bit more when we can’t make it out to the games!!!

    Redmen Suck!

    GO STINGERS!

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