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Grand Valley State Laker Football on Wednesday Aug. 17, 2016.

GVSU football looks to build off 2015 campaign

The 2016 Grand Valley State football team, coming off of a 12-3 (8-2 GLIAC) season and a heartbreaking loss in the national semifinal, had one motto this past offseason. “One thing we preached about camp this year was being the hunter, not the hunted,” said GVSU junior receiver Brandon Bean.

GVL/Kevin Sielaff - Brandon Revenberg (57) holds offensive line. The Hamilton Tiger-Cats square off against the Saskatchewan Roughriders Saturday, August 20, 2016 in Hamilton, Ontario.

GVSU linemen Revenberg, Bourke enjoy success in CFL

On the way to the stadium, the minute differences become more apparent. Tim Hortons coffee shops are littered throughout the city the way Starbucks is in the US. The speed limit is 50 kilometers an hour. A tradition of the locals living in the shadow of the stadium, fans’ cars are parked in the yards of the surrounding houses, the most popular method of game day parking. The city is adorned in black and gold team colors, but this is not Pittsburgh.

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GVSU alum finds dream job with Cleveland Cavaliers

When LeBron James announced his intent to return home to the Cleveland Cavaliers in the summer of 2014, Grand Valley State football alum Bob Wunderlich thought the best basketball player in the world had nixed his chances at getting a job with an organization that many people would want to work for.