In a rematch of last year's Yates Cup the Western Mustangs look to exact revenge on the Guelph Gryphons on Saturday.

The 2016 OUA season has been marked by an increase in competitiveness for historically dormant programs. An increase in parity is vital for the profile of college football in the province.

The term "quarterback controversy" is often thrown around in the football media world. Anyti…

In the first game at the renovated Richardson Stadium in Kingston the Mustangs took down the Queen's Golden Gaels 27-13 to improve to 3-1 on the season.

The Western Mustangs Football team beat the Waterloo Warriors 75-14 during Saturday afternoo… Read more

In the first game of their 2016 season, the Mustangs football team took down the Windsor Lancers 78-6.

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Mills brings substantial experience to the role as head coach and director of football operations for the Essex Ravens since 1998. 

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Sean Jamieson, George Johnson, Josh Woodman, Rupert Butcher, Jamal Kett and Matt Uren were all selected in one of eight rounds of the draft.

Mustangs QB Will Finch announced Thursday that the health risks of football are not worth it and he will no longer pursue a football career.

Craig Butler’s football passion was ignited at age four and he hasn’t looked back since. Butler now has his eyes on a second Grey Cup.

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