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2014 TELUS Vanier Cup

 

Uteck Bowl History

The first Uteck Bowl was presented in 2003. Following the 2002 season, the Atlantic Bowl was re-named Uteck Bowl. During his distinguished career and life, Larry Uteck was Director of Athletics and Recreation at Saint Mary's University, football coach, Deputy Mayor of the Halifax Regional Municipality, HRM Councillor, City of Halifax Alderman, Canadian Football League player and all-star.

He joined Saint Mary's in 1982, and became Head Football Coach of the Huskies in 1983 and continued through 1997, compiling a winning record. He was named AUAA Coach of the Year in 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, and 1992. He was named CIAU Coach of the Year in 1988 and 1992.

His teams appeared in five Atlantic Bowls and three Vanier Cups. In 1995, he was named interim Director of Athletics and Recreation and was formally appointed Director in 1997, a position in which he continued until his death.

Year         Stats
2013 Laval 48 Mount Allison 21 Boxscore
2012 Laval 42 Acadia 7 Boxscore
2011 McMaster 45 Acadia 21 Boxscore
2010 Laval 13 Western 11 Boxscore
2009 Calgary 38 Saint Mary's 14 Boxscore
2008 Laval 59 Calgary 10 Boxscore
2007 Saint Mary's 24 Laval 2 Boxscore
2006 Laval 57 Acadia 10 Boxscore
2005 Wilfrid Laurier 31 Acadia 10 Boxscore
2004 Laval 30 Wilfrid Laurier 11 Boxscore
2003 Saint Mary's 60 Simon Fraser 9  
2002 Saint Mary's 36 McMaster 25  
2001 Saint Mary's 48 Laval 8  
2000 Regina 40 Saint Mary's 36  
1999 Saint Mary's 21 Waterloo 14  
1998 Concordia 25 Acadia 24  
1997 UBC 34 Mt. Allison 29  
1996 StFX 13 Ottawa 5  
1995 Western 55 Acadia 45  
1994 Saskatchewan 35 Saint Mary's 24  
1993 Calgary 37 Saint Mary's 23  
1992 Saint Mary's 21 Calgary 11  
1991 Mt. Allison 31 Saskatchewan 14  
1990 Saint Mary's 31 Western 30  
1989 Western 38 Saint Mary's 33  
1988 Saint Mary's 44 Bishop's 10  
1987 McGill 30 Saint Mary's 20  
1986 Western 29 Acadia 22  
1985 Western 54 Mt. Allison 3  
1984 Mt. Allison 33 Queen's 11  
1983 Game not played
1982 UBC 54 StFX 1  
1981 Acadia 40 Queen's 14  
1980 Ottawa 28 Acadia 8  
1979 Acadia 23 Alberta 7  
1978 Queen's 31 StFX 10  
1977 Acadia 35 Queen's 22  
1976 Acadia 18 Ottaw 16  
1975 Calgary 38 Acadia 16  
1974 Toronto 45 Saint Mary's 1  
1973 Saint Mary's 19 Laurier 17  
1972 Waterloo 50 Saint Mary's 17  
1971 Western 44 Saint Mary's 13  
1970 Ottawa 24 UNB 13  
1969 McGill 20 UNB 6  
1968 Waterloo 37 Saint Mary's 7  
1967 McMaster 7 StFX 0  
1966 --- --- --- ---  
1965 --- --- --- ---  
1964 Saint Mary's 15 McMaster 1  
1963 StFX 15 Toronto 9  
1962 Toronto 20 StFX 14  
1961 StFX 14 McMaster 0  
1960 StFX 21 Ottawa 6  
1959 StFX 26 Ontario Agri College 14  
1958 StFX 0 Ft. Williams 10  
1957 Shearwater Navy 12 Brantford 7  
1956 Hamilton Jrs. 21 Greenwood Army 7  

 

From 1956 to 2001, the Bowl was named "Atlantic Bowl"

NOTES:

(1)  In 1983, AUAA chose not to participate in a Bowl game as a protest against CIAU. WIFL champion Calgary received a direct berth in the national final.

(2)  In 1967, OQAA voted against any league participation in the Vanier Cup championship game. WIFL champion Alberta received a direct berth in the national final. /
En 1967, l’Association Ontario-Québec a voté contre une participation aux demi-finales nationales. Championne de l’Ouest, Alberta est passée directement à la finale. 

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