Discussion in 'Calgary Dinos and CIS Talk' started by Rids, May 8, 2013.
Some footage thanks to Football Gameplan
Here's some testing results...
I'm very glad they have decided to release these again after only posting the leaders last year.
Who is going to be the star of the game?
Interesting seeing Montreal Alouette coaches there along the sidelines in that clip. Getting their early work done.
The testing leaders: http://english.cis-sic.ca/eastwestbowl/2013/fball/releases/combine
Video from Day 2 -
Thanks to Football Gameplan
Here some footage from the morning Day 2 practice
Video from the Player Combine on Tuesday
Here's the preview of the East West Bowl
And this was yesterday's CFL Free Agent Combine
How's the conditions there? Looked like a lot of guys slipped during the combine testing.
Thanks for posting the vids!
That day at the free agent combine was a few sprinkles of showers before a flat out storm.. They actually were supposed to do 1-on-1 but it got cancelled
Roster changes just announced.
On the East side, defensive back Randy Williams from the University of Ottawa was replaced by McGill’s Mattey Ossom due to an injury suffered before his scheduled departure for London. Kyle McLean from Mount Allison was also added to the Eastern lineup and will play receiver while also handling kicking duties.
The West squad also lost a player to an injury, Saskatchewan receiver Kit Hillis, who was replaced by Matt Uren from the host Western Mustangs. Like Williams, Hillis didn’t make the trip to London.
In addition to Uren, no less than five players were added to complete the 46-man West roster, including Waterloo offensive lineman Matt Kielo, McMaster linebacker Aram Eisho, Windsor defensive lineman Thai Pham, as well as Western teammates Andrew Pedda and Brandon Murphy, both defensive linemen.
Players take the field today at TD Waterhouse Stadium for the fourth and final day of practices before tomorrow’s all-star contest. The annual East West Bowl banquet is set for tonight at 6:30 p.m. at Western’s Perth Hall.
The East West Bowl showcases – for the most part - CIS players who will be eligible for the following year’s CFL Canadian draft.
The East side is comprised of student-athletes representing schools from the Atlantic and Quebec conferences, as well as Queen’s, Ottawa and Toronto. The West contingent is made up of standouts from Canada West and the remaining OUA universities.
Read more: http://english.cis-sic.ca/eastwestbowl/2013/fball/releases/roster2
Watch the game online at http://cis-sic.tv/
Love that it's webcast this year.
iso your hair would curl watching these QBs...
West wins 18-17. Odd scenario where the kicker hits the go ahead FG at one end and then misses the winning FG for the other team at the other end. Let's just scrimmage if it's going to be done like that. Controlled, scripted scrimmage playing 30 downs then a best on best scenario to finish the day just like the bantams do.
Rids, is there not another place kicker available for next years draft? The East brought in McLean for kicking duties... Obviously only punting ... But if that's the case, then good for the Stamps that they picked up a kicker this year.
Also, interesting to see Thibeault playing both offence and defence. He is listed as a receiver on the
Laval roster... But I think he plays very well on defence........found the following video, where at the end they comment how Thibeault switched to DB on Tues of this week ... Hope he makes it to the CFL and not the no fun league.
I have Zachary Medeiros from Montreal as a 2014 Draft prospect.
They have other 2015 players involved in the game so why not call in Calgary's Johnny Mark or Guelph's Danny Ferraro? Anything other than have a kicker both win and lose a game based on 2 kicks in the final minute.