A week ago, I mentioned a couple of football players with Utah ties who figured to play key roles in the Grey Cup, the Super Bowl of the Canadian Football League.
I intended to list former BYU lineman Ben Archibald, but his name never made it into the list of B.C. Lions players.
No big deal, right?
A pair of very proud grandmas who live here in Ogden reminded me that Archibald, whose parents are Weber High graduates, played very well in the Grey Cup, helping the Lions win the 99th Cup, along with former Montana State star QB Travis Lulay.
A former NFL player, Archibald won a Grey Cup in 2008 with the Calgary Stampeders as well.
As an apology, here is an AP photo of Archibald with his three daughters the day before the big game.
Hopefully, that will win back Name Game favor with a pair of local great grandmas.
Deer Valley's Celebrity Ski Fest is today and Sunday at the Park City resort.
Racing begins at noon each day, with skiers like Tommy Moe, Heidi Volker and the Mahre brothers competing with celebrities like Larry David, Cheryl Hines, Scott Wolf, Patrick Warburton, Oliver Hudson, Bianca Kajlich, Dylan Bruno, Trevor Donovan, Kris Polaha, Hill Harper, Mark Feuerstein and Joey Pantoliano.
Eighteen Westminster College students have been named to U.S. alpine and freestyle teams in 2012. ...
Westminster men's basketball team beat Northern Colorado 73-60 on Thursday, its biggest hoops win ever. ...
While we mentioned the six Utahns at the National Finals Rodeo, don't forget Plain City native Olin Hannum, now steer wrestling out of Malad, Idaho. ...
You can follow Farmington golver Daniel Summerhays' quest for a PGA Tour card the next three days on The Golf Channel.
Chris J. Miller is sports editor for the Standard-Examiner. He can be reached at 801-625-4261 or firstname.lastname@example.org