Bob Beveridge

Bob Beveridge played college football at UBC and was drafted in the second round (tenth overall) in the 1997 CFL college draft. In 1997, Beveridge was named the winner of the Bobby Gaul Memorial Trophy, awarded to the graduating male athlete who best represented the values of leadership and sportsmanship. Beveridge was also named to the West and Canadian university all-star teams, and was a finalist for the J.P. Metras trophy awarded to the outstanding offensive lineman in university football.

Beveridge attended training camp with the Lions in 1997, but was released before the season stgarted.  In 1998, Beveridge attended training camp with the New England Patriots of the NFL before signing as a free agent with the Montreal Alouettes in September, 1998.  Beveridge was released by Montreal in June, 1999 and signed with Hamilton.  Beveridge remained with Hamilton until October, 2000 when he was released and signed by BC.  Beveridge played in two Grey Cups, losing with Hamilton in 1998 and winning with BC in 2000.

[Note: There is conflicting informatoin about where Bob Beveridge was born.  The 1997 BC Media Guide and the 2001 CFL Facts & Figures say Toronto, but the 2000 Hamilton Media Guide says London, Ontario.]

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Beveridge on list of UBC Drafted Players (1997)

Bob Beveridge Winner of UBC Bobby Gaul Trophy (1997)

Write-Up on Bob Beveridge from the 1997 BC Media Guide

Write-Up on Bob Beveridge from the 2000 Hamilton Media Guide


Year Team GP
1998 MON 4
1999 HAM 18
2000 BC 0
2000 HAM 13


Bob Beveridge

Bob Beveridge