Dinos rivalry with UBC football

Adam Konar knows fake oakleys Dinos rivalry with UBC football team in CIS
There are few cheap oakleys sunglasses who understand the rivalry between the University of Calgary Dinos and the University of British Columbia Thunderbirds as well as Adam Konar.
Konar, a Vancouver native, originally committed to play his university football at his hometown school despite attempts by Dinos head coach Blake Nill to bring him to Calgary. In his one year at the school, in 2011, he ranked seventh in the Canada West conference in overall tackles and narrowly lost out to Saskatchewan Huskies offensive lineman Jordan Arkko for rookie of the year honours.
He leave the program the next year to play for the CJFL Langley Rams who lost in the Canadian Bowl final in before making the move across the Rockies and joining the Dinos.
Dinos) have just been a successful program for a while now, obviously, and my parents knew coach Nill, so that helped me come out here, Konar said.
parents) really wanted me to come out here, so that got me pretty excited. joined the program last year but was forced to sit out the entire season after getting hurt in spring camp.
Despite the prolonged absence from CIS competition, his coach doesn mince words when describing his expectations.
Konar could be the best player on this team, Nill said. he would went to the East West Bowl (in January), he could been in the CFL top 10, but we decided not to send him because we didn want to send him into competition right away (after being hurt).
works hard cheap oakleys and provides incredible speed.
The Thunderbirds are coming off a 33 23 loss to the cheap oakleys sunglasses Regina Rams in Week 1
and will be looking to bounce back after letting that game slip away late.
They sure to provide more of a challenge than the Alberta Golden Bears did last week for the Dinos. In that season opening game, the Dinos dominated from the opening kickoff and came away with a lopsided 71 3 win.
Recent history suggests the Dinos should be considered favourites, though, as the Calgary team has won all eight contests the T Birds and Dinos have played against one another since the start of the season.
There cheap oakleys are few who understand the rivalry between the University of Calgary Dinos and the University of British Columbia Thunderbirds as well as Adam Konar.
Konar, a Vancouver native, originally committed to play his university football at his hometown school despite attempts by Dinos head coach Blake Nill to bring him to Calgary. In his one year at the school, in 2011, he ranked seventh in the Canada West conference in overall tackles and narrowly lost out to Saskatchewan Huskies offensive lineman Jordan Arkko for rookie of the year honours.