Week 4 in the OUA brought plenty of excitement and on this edition of ITH, Alec Reid and Jack Moore break down why Waterloo was able to move to 4-0, why Ottawa is a mirage at 4-0, and why Western won’t be tested until they play Laurier. Also we preview Week 5 and take an in-depth look at the Battle of Waterloo and explain why this game is finally something to talk about, and why Guelph’s homecoming versus McMaster may be the game of the season.


About Inside the Huddle

“Inside the Huddle” is CUSN’s inside look on OUA football. Every Thursday at 1pm EST, we breakdown the week-that-was. ITH breaks down more than just the stats, as our experts analyze play calling, execution, and on-field issues that the box score doesn’t show you. With many special guests featured on the show, “Inside the Huddle” is your new number one OUA football insider.

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Alec Reid

Alec joins the CUSN team as a football correspondent. Alec, a former mascot for the Peterborough Petes, played football at the University of Guelph for three seasons where he won the Yates Cup with the Gryphons in 2015. After transferring to Ryerson for the Fall of 2016 he stayed with the Gryphons, serving as an assistant coach for the 2016 season. Now enrolled in his first year of Ryerson University’s Sport Media program, Alec is the co-host of The Big and Tall Sports Show on Ryerson RTA’s SpiritLive radio.


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