Week 2 (3-OUA)

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  1. deuvl

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    Couple of interesting Quebec matchups friday night

    Concordia (1-0) at McGill (0-1)

    Bishop's (0-1) at Montreal (0-1)

    And a CIS banjo bowl

    Regina (1-0) at Manitoba (0-1)

    Saturday :

    Laval (1-0) at Sherbrooke (1-0)

    St-Mary's (0-1) at Acadia (0-1)

    Mount Allison (1-0) at St-F-X (1-0)

    Waterloo (0-2) at Laurier (1-1)

    Western (1-0) at Queen's (1-1)

    Guelph (2-0) at Ottawa (2-0)

    York (0-2) at Toronto (0-2)

    Carleton (1-0) at McMaster (2-0)

    and in the west

    Calgary (1-0) at UBC (0-1)

    Saskatchewan (1-0) at Alberta (0-1)
     
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    September 9, 2014 - previous week ()

    1. Laval (1)
    2. Calgary (2)
    3. Western (3)
    4. McMaster (5)
    5. Montreal (4)
    6. Saskatchewan (10)
    7. Guelph (8)
    8. Ottawa (NR)
    9. Sherbrooke (NR)
    10. Mount Allison (NR)

    Other teams receiving votes: Regina (25), Manitoba (21), StFX (10), UBC (9), Queen's (4), Concordia (1).
     
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    The Uteck Cup would potentially have Calgary travelling to Laval November 22. The real Vanier cup will be there.

    Dinos might follow the Flames and Stamps in becoming another Calgary team winning a Cup in Montreal.
     
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    Queen’s Football Forfeits Two Games
    Queen's Athletics & Recreation announced Wednesday that its football team will forfeit the results of their first two games in the 2014 regular season due to the participation of an ineligible player.

    The eligibility violation was verified today and Queen's immediately reported it to the CIS and OUA. The cause was academic ineligibility of a single player. The violation is categorized as a Level 2 infraction in the CIS eligibility policies and results in a series of automatic sanctions, including a forfeiture of league games in which the player participated, monetary fines, probation, a comprehensive review and the possibility of other discretionary sanctions.
    http://gogaelsgo.com/news/2014/9/10/FB_0910144226.aspx
     
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    Big news! Queen's is in a real hole now.
     
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    My favorite CIS tweet of the week:

     
  7. deuvl

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    . how bout identical 41-7 wins for both concordia and montreal

    manitoba crushing regina 42-18 in what was the Real CIS Banjo bowl
     
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    2 OUA show-outs ( that 's shutout and blowout put together)

    Toronto 70 York 0

    Laurier 44 Waterloo 0

    Better games out east

    Acadia 16 St-Mary's 13

    Mt Allison 27 St-Fx 25

    Other blowouts

    Laval 43 Sherbrooke 1

    Western 43 Queen's 12

    Guelph 42 Ottawa 7

    Calgary 59 UBC 11

    And one hum dinger

    Ssk 42 Alberta 41
     

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