It came out today that McGill has applied to join the OUA in football for the 2013 season (also known as the "Return of the Ravens"). It's a very unique situation that seems to make sense for the OUA as they would have 12 schools instead of 11 and could split into 2 fairly even divisions. What it leaves in Quebec is a little more up in the air. Should it be approved it would leave 5 schools behind with very little in the way of possible expansion. One idea that has floated out already is merging the Q and the AUS which isn't a stretch as they already have an interlock schedule between the two conferences (2 games a year) and the AUS has a couple of potential expansion schools thanks to the current club circuit playing at Holland College, U de Moncton, Dalhousie and UNB. It sure would create a CIS Super Conference with 12 schools in one conference, 6 in CanWest, 5 in the Q and 4 in the AUS. With nearly half of the entire countries schools in one conference you'd have to expect some changes when it comes to seeding for the National Semi Finals.