CIS Week 4

Discussion in 'Calgary Dinos and CIS Talk' started by Rids, Sep 13, 2013.

  1. Rids

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    Here's the schedule. I'll be traveling all day and won't be posting but I'm sure some good folks can put some scores in here.

    September 14
    13:00 No. 7 Guelph (2-0) at Toronto (1-2) (Sportsnet 360)
    13:00 Carleton (0-2) at Windsor (1-2) (TVCOGECO & live webcast)
    13:00 York (1-1) at No. 9 McMaster (1-2) (Cable 14 TV & live webcast)
    13:00 StFX (1-0) at Concordia (0-2) (live webcast)
    13:00 Ottawa (2-1) at No. 3 Western (3-0) (Rogers TV London)
    13:00 No. 10 Saint Mary’s (1-0) at No. 4 Montreal (2-0) (Radio-Canada TV & live webcast)
    14:00 No. 1 Laval (2-0) at Acadia (0-1) (live webcast English & live webcast French)
    14:00 McGill (1-1) at Mount Allison (0-1) (Eastlink TV & live webcast)
    14:00 No. 8 Manitoba (1-1) at UBC (1-1) (live webcast)
    17:00 No. 6 Saskatchewan (2-0) at No. 5 Calgary (2-0) (live webcast)
    17:00 Regina (0-2) at Alberta (0-2) (SHAW TV & live webcast)
    19:00 Laurier (0-3) at Waterloo (1-2) (live webcast)
    19:00 Bishop’s (1-1) at Sherbrooke (0-2)
     
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    sorry. i got MLS and a pic date with Mick Foley.
     
  3. Rids

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    Laval is trying hard to give this game away but Acadia insists that the Red and Gold should win.
     
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    Here's the tally from the CIS site ...



    Sep. 14 McGill 48 Mount Allison 17 Final Box Score Recap
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    Laval 26 Acadia 14
    Guelph 38 Toronto 12
    Carleton 14 Windsor 44
    York 27 McMaster 41
    StFX 35 Concordia 18
    Ottawa 27 Western 83
    Saint Mary's 10 Montreal 29
    Manitoba 36 UBC 32
    Laurier 41 Waterloo 10
    Bishop's 22 Sherbrooke 21

    Saskatchewan 24 Calgary 36
    Regina 55 Alberta 35
     
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    The Bishops / Sherbrooke game was a barn burner as well. The lead traded hands 3 times in the last 2 minutes of the game. The team with the least mistakes at the 60 minute mark won . :) .... ( Bishops fan that I am )

    So my blood pressure is coming down and I get home to watch the last half of the Argos/Riders game ..... Another anxious one for the Argo fan .....

    My question is .... Isn't watching..... , and being a fan of course , .... Isn't watching very close games just as good as cardio exercise for your heart?
     
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    So I created a simple formula tonight to help with picking the CIS Top Ten. Basically I took the general assumptions that you should win all of your home games. Using that as the basis that says that the entire CIS should finish with a .500 record so therefore road wins need to generate extra credit. Likewise home losses should generate extra penalties. A loss on the road since they have to be worth something cut the teams back a half point. A perfect score is 10.00 with a perfect losing season scores a -6.00.

    *note ties were listed alphabetically (it's a formula, style points don't factor in)

    It came up with this as the current list:

    Team Points
    Western 5.00
    Calgary 4.00
    Laval 4.00
    Guelph 3.50
    Montreal 3.50
    Queen's 3.50
    St. Francis Xavier 2.50
    Bishop's 2.00
    McGill 2.00
    Saskatchewan 2.00
    Manitoba 1.50
    Ottawa 1.50
    Windsor 1.00
    McMaster 0.50
    Saint Mary's 0.50
    Regina 0.00
    UBC -0.50
    Wilfrid Laurier -0.50
    York -0.50
    Toronto -1.00
    Waterloo -1.00
    Acadia -1.50
    Mount Allison -1.50
    Carleton -2.00
    Alberta -2.50
    Concordia -2.50
    Sherbrooke -2.50
     
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    It ranks McGill higher than I expected on the strength of a home win, road win and a loss on the road. Also Regina's road win makes up for their home loss and road loss on the other side of the ledger.
     
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    McGill-Sherbrooke this week should determine if McGill is Really that good or whether Sherbrooke really is That bad.

    I'll be at the Laval-Montreal game. Will Danny finally win one there?
     
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    When will Carleton win?? This week?
     
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    Carabins still leading 9-4 with 26 mins to go

    A missed FG 119 yd return the difference so far
     
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    10-9 Laval in the last 3 minutes . Even if Mtl loses it's an amazing feat
     
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    Final score 16-9 Laval

    Much better than last year's 32-11 loss but once again Maciocia's offence hasn't found an answer for Laval's D.
     
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    Laval's defense is somehow flying under the radar. All week all I heard about was Montreal's defense and then this...
     
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    Still Laval's bread and butter. That said there were a lot of key injuries on offence for Montreal. All they need is to beat Laval by 8 at home to win the season series and Laval has yet to beat Danny in Montreal.
     

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