Carlos Verde

Carlos Verde is the CFL's social media coordinator. A graduate of Carleton University, he began writing for the league in 2016 and joined the head office in 2018.

University Blitz: National Semi-Finals

November 16, 2018 | Carlos Verde sets up this weekend’s two National Semi-Finals at the university level.

3rd-and-Dun: Division Finals, Soup and Mike Reilly

November 15, 2018 | Carlos Verde
3rd-and-Dun with CFL on TSN analyst Matt Dunigan returns this week, discussing the #GCPlayoffs and looming Mike Reilly sweepstakes.

Campus Roundup: Four U SPORTS teams left standing

November 12, 2018 | Carlos Verde
Four teams remain in the U SPORTS university football ranks after a quartet of entertaining conference finals across the country.

R-Force: REDBLACKS cartoon tees up Eastern Final

November 12, 2018 | Carlos Verde
The Ottawa REDBLACKS’ weekly cartoon series has been running for a few months now, but the team’s latest episode — featuring a villainous Jeremiah Masoli and gloriously cartooned Brad ...

Welcome to the Finals: U SPORTS Playoff Preview

November 9, 2018 | Carlos Verde
A look at all four conference finals in Canadian university football this weekend.

How Andrew Major won $10,000 playing CFL Fantasy

November 8, 2018 | Carlos Verde
Andrew Major won $10,000 as the regular-season CFL Fantasy champion. Learn more about his strategy and years of CFL fandom.

#TotalPickEm | Season Recap

November 6, 2018 | Carlos Verde
Crunching the numbers on 21 weeks of intense Total Pick’Em action.

Campus Roundup: Blue bloods shine in playoffs

November 5, 2018 | Carlos Verde
A big road win kept the Saskatchewan Huskies’ season alive, while the top four teams in the nation marched through their first playoff games.

#UniversityBlitz: Playoffs from coast to coast

November 2, 2018 | Carlos Verde
A full breakdown of all seven playoff matchups in the university ranks this Saturday.

Divergent Paths: Two rookies, connected by the past

November 1, 2018 | Carlos Verde
Five years ago, William Stanback collided with Anthony Cioffi in a college game. Now, they strap up in the Canadian Football League.