Prospects game will be streamed on


Michel Belanger

May 6, 2013, London, Ont. (CIS) – The 11th annual East West Bowl, presented by Under Armour, will be televised on Rogers TV, Cable 13 and streamed on live from TD Waterhouse Stadium in London, Ontario Saturday.

The prospects game, which features over 80 CIS football players who will be eligible for the 2014 CFL Canadian draft, is set to kick off at 1 p.m. on the campus of Western University.

The East team is comprised of student-athletes representing schools from the Atlantic and Quebec conferences, as well as Queen’s, Ottawa and Toronto. The West squad is made up of players from Canada West and the remaining OUA universities.

“We’re proud of our continuing partnership with Western University and excited to bring coverage of this premier football game to our Rogers TV viewers,” says Bob Smith, Rogers TV Station Manager. “It provides an opportunity for viewers to see the talent of these outstanding CIS athletes.”

The Rogers TV, Cable 13 feed will be streamed live on for fans outside of London.

Head coaches Glen Constantin from Laval and Stefan Ptaszek from McMaster also unveiled their coaching staffs on Monday.

Assisting Constantin on the East sidelines will be Jeff Cummins (Acadia), Peter Fraser (Acadia), Chris Judd (Acadia), Shad McLachlan (Acadia), Kevin Mackey (Bishop’s), Corey Sly (Bishop’s), Brad Collinson (Laval), Clint Uttley (McGill), Pat Boies (McGill), Ronald Hilaire (Montreal), Fabrice Raymond (Montreal), Kelly Jeffrey (Mount Allison), David Lessard (Sherbrooke), Guillaume Boucher (Sherbrooke), Dean Jones (Saint Mary’s), Gary Waterman (StFX), Josh Lambert (StFX), Tom Flaxman (Toronto) and Ken Mazurek (Toronto).

On the West side, Ptaszek’s staff is comprised of Chris Morris (Alberta), Sam Grewcock (Alberta), Blake Nill (Calgary), Todd Galloway (Guelph), Michael Faulds (Laurier), Dwayne Cameron (Laurier), Irv Daymond (Laurier), Brian Dobie (Manitoba), Brian Brock (McMaster), Pat Sheahan (Queen’s), Pat Tracey (Queen’s), Sheldon Neald (Regina), Brian Towriss (Saskatchewan), Jason Sulz (Saskatchewan), Shawn Olson (UBC), Joe Paopao (Waterloo), Marshall Bingeman (Waterloo), Matt Robichaud (Western), Joe D’Amore (Windsor), Donnavan Carter (Windsor), Steve Snyder (Windsor), Warren Craney (York), Mike Comeau (York) and Harry Laflamme (York).

East West Bowl Week officially gets under way on Tuesday and includes daily practices, the Under Armour Combine for participating players (May 7), the Free Agent Combine for players eligible to attend 2013 CFL training camps and not participating in the East West Bowl (May 8), a coaches clinic featuring presentations by 10 CFL coaches and two CIS mentors (May 10-11) and the annual Friday night banquet (May 10), all leading up to Saturday’s game.

Official website (including ticket info):

The 10 CFL coaches who will be in attendance are Dan Dorazio of British Columbia, Brent Monson of Calgary, Greg Marshall of Edmonton, Ryan Dinwiddie of Montreal, Cory McDiarmid of Saskatchewan, Eddie Brown of Toronto, Kyle Walters of Winnipeg, as well as the Hamilton trio of Corey Grant, Dennis McPhee and Jeff Reinbold.


Monday, May 6

Arrival day & meetings

Tuesday, May 7

9:00-12:00 (BMO Centre): Under Armour Combine (participating players)

15:30-17:30 (TDW Stadium): Practice

Wednesday, May 8

9:30-11:30 (TDW Stadium): Practice

15:30-17:30 (TDW Stadium): Practice

16:00-20:00 (TDW Stadium): CFL Free Agent Combine (non-participating players)

Thursday, May 9

9:30-11:30 (TDW Stadium): Practice

15:30-17:30 (TDW Stadium): Practice

Friday, May 10

9:30-11:30 (TDW Stadium): Practice

12:00-22:00 (TDW Stadium): Coaches Clinic

14:00-15:00 (TDW Stadium): East Walk-Through

15:00-16:00 (TDW Stadium): West Walk-Through

18:30 (Perth Hall – Western University): Banquet

Saturday, May 11

8:00-16:30 (TDW Stadium): Coaches Clinic (including game)

13:00 (TDW Stadium): East West Bowl


2012 (at Western): East 24, West 16

2011 (at Western): East 34, West 27 (OT)

2010 (at Western): East 12, West 9

2009 (at Western): West 16, East 7

2008 (at McMaster): East 25, West 12

2007 (at Laval): West 22, East 19 (OT)

2006 (at Laval): West 34, East 26 (OT)

2005 (at Laurier): West 34, East 16

2004 (at Laurier): West 21, East 12

2003 (at Laurier): West 10, East 5