CIS week 6

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  1. deuvl

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    as i'm recovering from a nasty flu i'm getting prepared to attend a Triple header of QIFC football.

    Thursday night Bishop's at McGill as an entree

    Saturday afternoon Sherbrooke at Concordia as the main course

    and for dessert Carabins at Rouge et Or sunday afternoon.

    two more days to rest up.
     
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    October 2, 2012 - previous ranking ( )

    1. McMaster (1)
    2. Calgary (2)
    3. Montreal (3)
    4. Laval (4)
    5. Queen’s (5)
    6. Regina (7)
    7. Western (6)
    8. Manitoba (8)
    9. Guelph (NR)
    10. Acadia (NR)

    Schedule:
    Oct. 4
    McMaster York
    Waterloo Laurier
    Bishop's McGill

    Oct. 5
    Mount Allison Saint Mary's

    Oct. 6
    Acadia StFX
    Ottawa Toronto
    Western Guelph
    Sherbrooke Concordia
    Queen's Windsor

    Oct. 7
    Montreal Laval
     
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    Had a nice night watching McGill actually win 34-20 over Bishop's. For ten bucks you can sit in the 100 bucks reserved saets in the front rows for als games. Got to see the defensive coaches and their players having at it the whole game on McGill's side. They gave up an early TD but then sucked it up the rest of the game and McG's starter went out in the all important 4th Q and his replacement did a fine job.

    We can mock them all we want but they're still the last team to win the Dunsmore before Laval's ten year streak.
     
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    Left the Concordia game at halftime and watched the rest on tv. Man they stink. Hope McGill beats 'em next saturday.

    Congrats to William Dion of Sherbrooke for breaking the all-time CIS record of 72 career FGs.

    Carbs-Red and Gold today. can't wait.
     

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