The two latest Huskies to make the jump to the CFL made their pre-season debuts yesterday. Grant Shaw, who was drafted eleventh overall by the Toronto Argonauts in this spring’s CFL Draft, split time as the punter/place kicker. He finished the day two-for-two on fields goals and with a 39.4 yard average on seven punts, the longest of which went for 49 yards. Kicker Grant Shaw “It was a pretty amazing playing at the Rogers Center,” said Shaw of his first CFL game. “It is a really nice facility. I was pretty nervous at the start of the game, especially for my first couple of punts.” Another Huskie, Patrick Neufeld, | Full Article
Most CFL teams stop by Huskies practice at some point during the season. Last night, Miles Gorrell and Greg Mohns from the Toronto Argonauts were in the house. Gorrell talked to The Outsider about what they look for in Canadian players. It was a good interview as you can see below.
Another sharp practice for the Huskies. The team went through their paces for two hours this evening preparing for their Friday tilt with UBC. There were some good plays on both sides of the ball. The players seem very focused and intent on improving. While Laurence Nixon and Trevor Barss were their usual solid selves, Parker Siemens had a great practice, completing some nice balls in traffic. Rory Kohlert, Cory Jones, Matt Walker and Travis Gorski made some good catches, and the running backs, which included a healthy Jeff Hassler, looked solid and ready for a big game. On defence, Jimi Cabylis got some playing time and made the most | Full Article