Liam Fox

Sports Writer

Liam is a recent graduate of Carleton University's school of journalism. He has a passion for sports media and is pursuing a career in the sports journalism industry. Liam was the broadcaster for Carleton Ravens football and hockey and was the summer sports editor for The Charlatan in 2017.
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Unlucky Number Seven: Redblacks Drop Close Game to Eskimos for Seventh Straight Loss

Unlucky Number Seven: Redblacks Drop Close Game to Eskimos for Seventh Straight Loss

The Ottawa Redblacks looked better than they had in weeks but the result remained the same. Despite putting up a fight, Ottawa lost at home to the visiting Edmonton Eskimos 21-16 for the Redblacks’ seventh consecutive loss. Ottawa has not won at TD Place since June 20th, a disheartening stretch [...]

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Redblacks continue disheartening slide, lose sixth straight in blowout to the Lions

Redblacks continue disheartening slide, lose sixth straight in blowout to the Lions

Photo credit: The Canadian Press The Ottawa Redblacks’ long downward spiral continues in increasingly disheartening ways. On Saturday night, they were outclassed on offence, defence and special teams in a 40-7 loss to the 2-10 BC Lions. It has been an abysmal stretch for the team. Their six-game [...]

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Redblacks drop fourth straight game in blowout loss to Argonauts

Redblacks drop fourth straight game in blowout loss to Argonauts

Photo credit: The Canadian Press Despite a promising start, the Ottawa Redblacks were overrun by the lowly Toronto Argonauts at home Saturday afternoon. The Argos forced five turnovers and came away with a 46-17 win to hand Ottawa its fourth consecutive defeat. The Redblacks have now lost nine of [...]

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Brooke Henderson seeks to defend her title at Canadian Women’s Open

Brooke Henderson seeks to defend her title at Canadian Women’s Open

Photo credit: LPGA via Getty Images At just 21, Brooke Henderson may already be the most decorated Canadian golfer in history. She is also the defending Canadian Women’s Open champion and looking to defend her title this weekend. Henderson was born in Smiths Falls, a small town an hour drive [...]

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Redblacks offence sputters once again in loss to Ti-Cats

Redblacks offence sputters once again in loss to Ti-Cats

Photo credit: Patrick Doyle The rain stopped in Ottawa in time for the afternoon game between the Redblacks and Ti-Cats, yet a dark cloud continues to hang over this Redblacks season. East-leading Hamilton topped Ottawa 21-7. It is the first time the Redblacks have lost four straight home games since [...]

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Ottawa Redblacks stall on last drive in close loss to Edmonton

Ottawa Redblacks stall on last drive in close loss to Edmonton

Photo credit: Walter Tychnowicz The Redblacks played their best game in weeks but still came up short on the road against one of the league’s top teams. 11 yards short to be exact. The Edmonton Eskimos kept Ottawa out of the endzone with less than a minute remaining to win 16-12. It was the [...]

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Redblacks overcome Alouettes in OT to halt four-game losing streak

Redblacks overcome Alouettes in OT to halt four-game losing streak

Photo credit: Johany Jutras The Redblacks finally got back in the win column Friday night with a gutsy come from behind victory over the Montreal Alouettes. Ottawa prevailed 30-27 in overtime to halt their four-game losing streak. Devonte Dedmon was the story of the game. The return specialist scored [...]

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Time of possession tells the story for the Redblacks offence amidst current losing streak

Time of possession tells the story for the Redblacks offence amidst current losing streak

Photo credit: The Canadian Press The Ottawa Redblacks are in the midst of their worst losing streak in five years. The team has lost four straight games and a lack of offensive production has been a major problem. The offence’s biggest hurdle has been sustaining drives. It goes without [...]

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Controversial coaching decision costs Redblacks late against Stampeders

Controversial coaching decision costs Redblacks late against Stampeders

Photo courtesy of CFL The points were few and the play was physical but it was a late coaching decision that had fans talking after the Ottawa Redblacks’ latest defeat. Ottawa fell 17-16 to the Calgary Stampeders Thursday night at TD Place. It is Ottawa’s fourth straight loss, making it [...]

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Walloped in Winnipeg: Redblacks drop third straight game in loss to Blue Bombers

Walloped in Winnipeg: Redblacks drop third straight game in loss to Blue Bombers

Photo credit: Trevor Hagan (CFL) Friday night’s game in Winnipeg showcased two teams heading in very different directions. The 5-0 Winnipeg Blue Bombers rocked the visiting Redblacks 31-1 to hand Ottawa its third straight defeat. Quarterback Jonathon Jennings started in place of the injured [...]

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