After graduating from the Thunderbirds, and not being able to suit up professionally in Austria, Revel’s playing career had come to a close. But, while one door closed, another opened.
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In a rematch of last year's Hardy Cup finals, UBC lost to the University of Saskatchewan Huskies 34–31.
The 'Birds were victorious at Homecoming for the first time since 2017 with a strong performance from the defence.
As a football fan, this is exactly the kind of matchup you dream of. The two best teams, playing each other in the best environment possible, in front of the biggest crowd possible.
This past Saturday, the T-Birds improved their position to the eighth ranked team in the country after defeating the University of Calgary Dinos.
I don't have to tell you that we're in the heat of finals season and you, me and everyone we know are in the anxiety trenches.
Despite the winter chill that seems to have settled over the province in the last week, things heated up on Burnaby Mountain this Friday, with the unthawing of a 55-year-long rivalry that saw the UBC Thunderbirds take down the Simon Fraser Red Leafs by a slim margin of 18–17.
In a game that contained enough drama to last an entire season, the UBC Thunderbirds (4–3) were able to shock the previously undefeated University of Saskatchewan Huskies (6–1) in a high-scoring, back-and-forth thriller, taking home a season-defining win by a score of 35–29.
The last shot taken by any Vancouver Grizzlies player happened before I was even born, in a world without the iPhone — or even the iPod.