IIRC, one of the bits of info from that survey that was conducted about the CFL's demographics last year showed a positive correlation between education level and interest in the league . . .
i would take that course!
This is a bit odd, but here's another one--CFL 101:
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New fans will gain a glimpse into the excitement and energy that flows through a storied Canadian pastime and see how its values, teams and heroes continue to unite peoples and communities from coast-to-coast-to-coast. Seasoned diehards can explore highlights from our rich history and learn how the game adds to the growth and development of world-class Canadian talent through the ratio, the CFL Draft and more.
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Pretty basic but interesting. Scored 100% on the test.
That sounds like a great course.
tbh, i would be more interested in a critical sports journalism course that uses the current CFL business model and it’s history as examples for what to do or not to do when running a professional sports league and/or franchises.
Burnside rules weren't adopted in 1861.. it was 1906 and even then, not universally in Canada.
1861 was Canada's first recorded rugby match.. on the back campus of the U of T.
The course is wrong lol.. just like the all-star selections