Varsity Blues

Varsity Blues may refer to:

  • Varsity Blues (film), a 1999 film starring James Van Der Beek
  • Varsity Blues (EP), a 2002 EP by Murs
  • Toronto Varsity Blues, the sports teams of the University of Toronto, Canada

Other articles related to "varsity blues":

Grey Cup - History - Creation and Early Years
... between two Toronto clubs the University of Toronto Varsity Blues defeated the Parkdale Canoe Club 26–6 before 3,800 fans ... following the game, and the Varsity Blues did not receive it until March 1910 ... The Varsity Blues refused to hand over the trophy on the belief they could keep it until they were defeated in a title game ...
Toronto Varsity Blues Men's Ice Hockey - History
... The Varsity Blues were founded in 1891, and are the longest continuously operated ice hockey program in the city of Toronto ... only players enrolled at the University, however the Varsity Blues have historically had a junior ice hockey team for students, and a senior ice hockey team for graduates ... Notable coaches of the Varsity Blues include Conn Smythe, Ace Bailey, Tom Watt, and Mike Keenan, and Lester Bowles Pearson later Nobel Peace Prize recipient and Prime Minister of Canada ...
Varsity Blues (film)
... Varsity Blues is a 1999 American drama/sport film directed by Brian Robbins that follows a small-town high school football team and their overbearing coach through a tumultuous season ... Varsity Blues drew a domestic box office gross of $52 million against its estimated $16 million budget despite mixed critical reviews ...

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