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​| by Nexus Sports team |Samuel Emilus (wide receiver), Darren Kyeremeh (linebacker) and Arnold Mbembe (defensive lineman) are just a few names of former Cheetahs who were made an offer to join the ranks of the Minutemen in Massachussets in recent years. They are part of long line of Quebec-bred talent from the RSEQ or USports to take their skillsets to the NCAA. We sat down with Coach Peter Chryssomalis, Head Coach of the Vanier Cheetahs in the fall of 2017 and the discussion quickly geared towards student-athletes who had aspirations to making t



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​| by AJ Chase |The process Recruiting is an interesting process by which student-athletes go through with very little guidance. There are many factors to consider when you’re trying to decide where to pursue your cegep or university career. Many put a huge emphasis on playing time being a big influence o



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​​| by Nexus Sports team |   Since its "pilot" launch back in 2016, Nexus Sports has received support from several collegial football programs from all three divisions across Quebec. One of the first programs to participate in the development of the network was that of the College Lionel Groulx Nordiques. In 2017, we sat down with head coach Éric Marier to discuss his experience with our network after our initial year of operation. Let's review



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Youth Football Online is a website that promotes youth football and helps instruct parents and coaches alike. They also cover an array of topics from fundraising ideas to youth football security. Here is one of their latest articles on why parents should let their child play youth football. Here is why kids should play youth football: By Youth Football Online.com It’s Fun. Having fun is what youth football is all about. Make practices fun and change things around weekly. Develop New Skills. Playing youth football requires children to communicate



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-By Nexus Sports Team. Clemson Tigers Football Head Coach Dabo Sweeney wants a multi-sport “guy” when looking at recruits . Former NFL “bad boy” wide receiver Chad “Ochocinco” Johnson credits his grandmother for letting him participate in as many organized sports as possible which helped pave the way to the Pros . NFL quarterback Colt McCoy praises the numerous benefits – especially skill development – that are derived from playing multiple sports . Another NFL quarterback, Aaron Rodgers of the Green Bay Packers, is also



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