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Postby Hollywood2 » Sun Oct 06, 2013 5:41 pm

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UBC THUNDERBIRDS 28
MANITOBA BISONS 24


Links:
:. [U of M Story] : [repost at Boxscore News]
:. [UBC Story]
:. [CW Weekend Round-up] :. [Stats]
:. [ChrisD.ca]
:. [Week 6 Media Notes (pdf)]
:. [CIS boxscore] :. [CIS Saturday Round-up]
:. [SportsNet U]
:. [Free Press Story] :. [Vancouver Province Story]


This was a back-and-forth game in whichthe Bison offence was an uncharacteristic liability. The defence more or less stymied the Tweety-Bords and did enough to have won the game. However, the Bison offence sputtered all afternoon, with several broken plays. Nevertheless, on a 3rd down play with mere seconds remaining, Yantz found Coombs wide open down the right side in the end zone and laddled a pass right into his mid-section. Coombs caught it while back-peddling and then was stripped. It was ruled incomplete. But, was it not a complete pass, followed by a fumble? And does a fumble not matter once the touchdown has already been scored? In any event, there is no replay rule.

The Bisons and Birds are now both 3-3 and in head-to-head games the score is 60-60. Sask is just ahead at 4-2. Next week is a bye week for everybody in the CW. The teams' remaining games are:
Fri Oct 18 Manitoba at Saskatchewan
Fri Oct 18 Alberta at UBC
Fri Oct 25 UBC at Calgary
Sat Oct 26 Sask at Regina
Sat Oct 26 Manitoba at Alberta

OUT-OF-TOWN SCOREBOARD

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CALGARY DINOSAURS 24
SASKATCHEWAN HUSKIES 12

:. [U of C Story] :. [Boxscore] :. [Stats]

In a year when the Bedrock Boys were vulnerable and should have been knocked off their perch, they have gone 6-0 and have wrapped up 1st place with 2 games left. Sask still has to win their games if they want 2nd. A win by the Bisons next game and all of a sudden the season-ending Battle of Banjoland against Regina may be a game for a home playoff game.

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ALBERTA GOLDEN BEARS 20
REGINA RAMS 25

:. [U of R Story] :. [CIS Boxscore] :. [Stats]

In a sense, I was hoping for the Evil Monkeys hang on and win this one. But at this stage the Saudi Albertans are ham'n'eggers who just find ways to lose. Even against the Lambs. The Lambs have games remaining against Calgary and Sask so they could still go 4-4. Problem is, they have lost every game played against Manitoba and UBC so far.

Now, time for me to look up all the tie-breaking scenarios. I'll have 2 weeks to do it.

OUT EAST

Links:
:. [CIS Friday Round-up] :. [CIS Saturday Round-up]
:. [CIS Standings]
:. [CIS Schedule/Results]


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LAURIER GOLDEN HAWKS 34
QUEEN'S GOLDEN GAELS 40

(in overtime)
:. [Boxscore]


Laurier came dangerously close to a major upset in this one. Seeing them lose to York and Toronto never did sit well with me. And what about the Queens? Surely, they are not amused.

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WATERLOO WARRIORS 3
MCMASTER MARAUDERS 66

:. [Boxscore]

McAroni was 2-3 going into this game and Waterloo was 1-4. Goes to show you how deceptive the OUA standings are at times.

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CARLETON RAVENS 10
OTTAWA GEEGEES 35

:. [Boxscore]

In the Battle of the Civil Service, Ottawa was destined to beat their expansion rivals. Carleton the Doormat is slated for 0-8.

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WESTERN ONTARIO MUSTANGS 51
WINDSOR LANCERS 23

:. [Boxscore]

This game answers the question: Is Windsor a threat? (Hint: Answer is "no".)

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YORK LIONS 7
GUELPH GRYPHONS 33

:. [Boxscore]

There were those who thought that York was getting close to challenging for playoff berth. Maybe they are. Just not in men's football.

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BISHOP'S GAITERS 30
MCGILL REDMEN 29

:. [Boxscore]

Just when you think Bishop's is going to sit at the table with the cool kids, they do something like this. They showed up at McGill ready to trade Star Trek cards and comic books. They may have been lucky, but at least they got the win.

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MONTREAL CARRABINS 30
SHERBROOKE VERT ER OR 24

:. [Boxscore]

Tough loss for a team with a tough schedule. Can the Foxes knock off Laval? They will have to do so if they want a playoff spot.

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CONCORDIA STINGERS 9
LAVAL ROUGE ET OR 65

:. [[url=<l]No Stats Link[/url]]

Who bet on Concordia? Not even the players' moms.

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MOUNT ALLISON MOUNTIES 9
ST. FRANCIS-XAVIER X-MEN 30

:. [Boxscore]

It's official. That win by The Mounted over the SMUskies was an upset.

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ACADIA AXEMEN 10
SAINT MARY'S HUSKIES 17

:. [Boxscore]

Not so long ago the Cajuns were flavour of the month. They got their rematch against the SMUskies but it looks like it was a replay.

UPCOMING GAMES

Fri. Oct. 10
Toronto at York

Sat. Oct. 11
Saint Mary's at Acadia
Guelph at Carleton
Queen's at Waterloo

Sun. Oct. 12
St F-X at Mount Allison
McMaster at Laurier

Yes, it is a bye week for the CW and the Q. And only the 8 OUA teams who have byes in "normal" weeks are playing in this one.
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Postby Hollywood2 » Sun Oct 06, 2013 9:46 pm

OFFICIAL HOLLYWOOD TOP 27 - WEEK 6

This was a pivotal week in the rankings. Many teams shifted, and some even switched categories. Movin' down: Saskatchewan (moves back into The Blob) and Concordia (joins the Jabronis). Movin' up: Laurier bids farewell to the Jabronis!

This week I needed heightened powers of concentration which could only come from former WWE hostess Angela Fong, known as Savannah in her WWE days. She is yet another Vancouver hottie, although far be it from me to judge her simply on her looks. I happen to think she would add a certain spice to the Shaw-TV broadcasts out west.

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PRIOR OHT27s:
2012 – final
week 1
week 2
week 3
week 4
week 5

STEP 1: WEEK 6 RESULTS

CWUAA
Calgary 24 Saskatchewan 12
UBC 28 Manitoba 24
Alberta 20 Regina 25

OUA
York 7 Guelph 33
Laurier 34 Queen's 40
Waterloo 3 McMaster 66
Carleton 10 Ottawa 35
W. Ontario 51 Windsor 23

RSEQ
Bishop's 30 McGill 29
Montreal 30 Sherbrooke 24
Concordia 9 Laval 65

AUS
Mount Allison 9 St. F-X 30
Acadia 10 Saint Mary's 17

STEP 2: REGIONAL RANKINGS

The rankings show each team's conference record followed by their overall record. The games marked # are non-conference games. The games marked * are games against a jabroni.

CANADA WEST

1 Calgary (6-0, 6-1) beat UBC Reg Sask Man Alta Sask lost to Lav#
2 Saskatchewan (4-2, 5-2) beat UBC# Reg Man Alta UBC lost to Cal Cal
3 Manitoba (3-3, 3-4) beat Alta UBC Reg lost to Reg# Sask Cal UBC
4 UBC (3-3, 3-4) beat Alta Reg Man lost to Sask# Cal Man Sask
5 Regina (2-4, 2-4) beat Man# Alta Alta lost to Sask Cal UBC Man
6 Alberta (0-6, 0-6) lost to Man UBC Reg Sask Cal Reg

Image Manitoba and UBC are now joined at the hip. Otherwise the conference stays the same.

ONTARIO

1 W. Ontario (7-0, 7-0) beat Tor Carl* McM Ott Laur Que Wind
2 Queen's (5-1, 5-1) beat York McM Wind Ott Laur lost to WO
3 Guelph (6-0, 6-0) beat Laur Wind Tor McM Wat* York
4 McMaster (3-3, 2-3) beat Ott York Wat* lost to Que WO Gue
5 Windsor (4-3, 4-3) beat Wat* Carl* Tor Laur lost to Gue Que WO
6 Ottawa (4-3, 4-3) beat Wat* Tor York Carl* lost to McM WO Que
7 York (2-4, 2-4) beat Laur Carl* lost to Que McM Ott Gue
8 Toronto (2-4, 2-4-1) beat Laur Carl* tied Conc# lost to WO Ott Gue Wind
9 Laurier (1-6, 1-6) beat Wat* lost to Gue Tor York WO Wind Que
10 Waterloo (1-5, 1-5) beat Carl* lost to Wind Ott Laur Gue McM
11 Carleton (0-6, 0-7) lost to Sher# WO Wat* Wind York Tor Ott

Image It would be nice if Laurier actually won one of these close games. As it is they cannot move up having lost to both teams from the Big Lemon, and neither of those teams comes remotely close to beating anybody half-decent.

QUEBEC/ATLANTIC

1 Laval (6-0, 7-0) beat Cal# McG Sher Aca Mtl Bish Conc*
2 Bishop's (4-2, 3-2) beat Sher Sher Conc* McG lost to Mtl Lav
3 Montreal (4-2, 5-2) beat McG# Conc* Bish SMU Sher lost to Lav Sher
4 Saint Mary's (3-2, 4-2) beat MtA# Aca SFX Aca lost to Mtl MtA
5 Acadia (2-3, 3-3) beat SFX# SFX MtA lost to SMU Lav SMU
6 Sherbrooke (2-4, 3-4) beat Carl#* McG Mtl lost to Bish Lav Bish Mtl
7 St. F-X (3-2, 3-3) beat MtA Conc* MtA lost to Aca# Aca SMU
8 McGill (3-3, 3-4) beat Conc* MtA Conc*lost to Mtl# Lav Sher Bish
9 Mount Allison (1-4, 1-5) beat SMU lost to SMU# SFX McG Aca SFX
10 Concordia (0-6, 0-6-1) tied Tor# lost to Mtl McG SFX Bish McG Lav

Image This is the hardest zone to rank. Sherbrooke slips with their loss but interspersing #2 to #7 is quite hard. It seems somebody always lays an egg just when they start looking good.

STEP 3: THE BLEND

"CONTENDERS"
1 W. Ontario (7-0, 7-0) beat Tor Carl* McM Ott Laur Que Wind
2 Laval (6-0, 7-0) beat Cal# McG Sher Aca Mtl Bish Conc*

"ABOVE THE BLOB"
3 Bishop's (4-2, 3-2) beat Sher Sher Conc* McG lost to Mtl Lav
4 Queen's (5-1, 5-1) beat York McM Wind Ott Laur lost to WO
5 Calgary (6-0, 6-1) beat UBC Reg Sask Man Alta Sask lost to Lav#
6 Montreal (4-2, 5-2) beat McG# Conc* Bish SMU Sher lost to Lav Sher
7 Guelph (6-0, 6-0) beat Laur Wind Tor McM Wat* York

"THE BLOB"
8 Saskatchewan (4-2, 5-2) beat UBC# Reg Man Alta UBC lost to Cal Cal
9 McMaster (3-3, 2-3) beat Ott York Wat* lost to Que WO Gue
10 Saint Mary's (3-2, 4-2) beat MtA# Aca SFX Aca lost to Mtl MtA
11 Manitoba (3-3, 3-4) beat Alta UBC Reg lost to Reg# Sask Cal UBC
12 UBC (3-3, 3-4) beat Alta Reg Man lost to Sask# Cal Man Sask
13 Acadia (2-3, 3-3) beat SFX# SFX MtA lost to SMU Lav SMU
14 Sherbrooke (2-4, 3-4) beat Carl#* McG Mtl lost to Bish Lav Bish Mtl
15 Windsor (4-3, 4-3) beat Wat* Carl* Tor Laur lost to Gue Que WO
16 Ottawa (4-3, 4-3) beat Wat* Tor York Carl* lost to McM WO Que
17 St. F-X (3-2, 3-3) beat MtA Conc*MtA lost to Aca# Aca SMU
18 Regina (2-4, 2-4) beat Man# Alta Alta lost to Sask Cal UBC Man
19 McGill (3-3, 3-4) beat Conc* MtA Conc* lost to Mtl# Lav Sher Bish

"THE HAM 'N EGGERS"
20 Alberta (0-6, 0-6) lost to Man UBC Reg Sask Cal Reg
21 Mount Allison (1-4, 1-5) beat SMU lost to SMU# SFX McG Aca SFX
22 York (2-4, 2-4) beat Laur Carl* lost to Que McM Ott Gue
23 Toronto (2-4, 2-4-1) beat Laur Carl* tied Conc# lost to WO Ott Gue Wind
24 Laurier (1-6, 1-6) beat Wat* lost to Gue Tor York WO Wind Que

"THE JABRONIS"
25 Concordia (0-6, 0-6-1) tied Tor# lost to Mtl McG SFX Bish McG Lav
26 Waterloo (1-5, 1-5) beat Carl* lost to Wind Ott Laur Gue McM
27 Carleton (0-6, 0-7) lost to Sher# WO Wat* Wind York Tor Ott

Image At the top, nothing happened to alter The Contenders. The remaining teams Above the Blob are almost in a dead heat. Of the teams in The Blob, I could see any of the #8 to #14 making the Top Ten with the right results. Windsor and Ottawa are a subset of their own. St. F-X, Regina, and McGill are trying to dodge banana peels. Any slip and they could be Ham'n'Eggers.

NEXT UP

Fri. Oct. 10
Toronto at York

Sat. Oct. 11
Saint Mary's at Acadia
Guelph at Carleton
Queen's at Waterloo

Sun. Oct. 12
St F-X at Mount Allison
McMaster at Laurier

Whether you know her as Angela, or as Savannah, she invites you back next week!
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Postby Hollywood2 » Sun Oct 13, 2013 1:42 pm

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This was bye week for the Herd, and for the rest of the CW and the RSEQ as well. Only the AUS had a full slate (of 2!) games. The 8 OUA teams to have byes in "normal" weeks had to play this weekend. The Bisons decided to take the week off and start practicing early for Friday's game in Saskatown. I believe that Sunday was scheduled to be their first practice day.

OUT EAST

Links:
:. [CIS Thursday Round-up] :. [CIS Friday Round-up] :. [CIS Saturday Round-up]
:. [CIS Standings]
:. [CIS Schedule/Results]


Thursday game:

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TORONTO VARSITY BLUES 56
YORK LIONS 35

:. [Boxscore]

The Battle of the Big Lemon goes to Toronto. They now have bragging rights. Maybe the least brag-worthy bragging rights know to humanity, but still. The big question: Could both teams now be justifiably ranked as jabronis? We all wait to see.

Friday games:

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SAINT MARY'S HUSKIES 11
ACADIA AXEMEN 9

:. [Boxscore]

The SMUskies are not getting rave reviews but other than their upset loss to the The Mounted they have had a very good record. The Cajuns have done well against the rest, so should rally back into 2nd place by the end.

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GUELPH GRIFFONS 48
CARLETON RAVENS 12

:. [Boxscore]

Wow! A 36-point win over Cartoon U! When are they holding the parade? Ooops, forgot it was only a win over Carleton the Doormat. Never mind.

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QUEEN'S GOLDEN GAELS 78
WATERLOO WARRIORS 21

:. [Boxscore]

Wow! A 57-point win over Waterloo! When are they holding the parade? Ooops, forgot it was only a win over Waterloo the Roid-men. Never mind.

Saturday games:

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ST. FRANCIS-XAVIER X-MEN 13
MOUNT ALLISON MOUNTIES 42

:. [Boxscore]

The Mounted now have a 2nd win! Good for them. Not sure what this says about the Jeremies. They have had a funny schedule. They are 2-1 against MTA and 0-1 against the SMUskies and Cajuns.

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MCMASTER MARAUDERS 28
LAURIER GOLDEN HAWKS 5

:. [Boxscore]

See? It is possible to lose decisively to a superior team and not look like clowns.

UPCOMING GAMES

Oct. 18
Regina at Calgary 6:00 PM MDT
Manitoba at Saskatchewan 7:00 PM MDT

Mount Allison at Saint Mary's 7:00 PM ADT

Oct. 19
Alberta at UBC 2:00 PM PDT
McMaster at Carleton 1:00 PM EDT
Guelph at Queen's 1:00 PM EDT
Windsor at Ottawa 1:00 PM EDT
Waterloo at Toronto 1:00 PM EDT
York at W. Ontario 1:00 PM EDT
Bishop's at Concordia 1:00 PM EDT
Montreal at McGill 1:00 PM EDT
St. F-X at Acadia 2:00 PM ADT

Oct. 20
Sherbrooke at Laval 1:30 PM EDT

STANDINGS

Code: Select all
CANADA WEST    GP   W   L
Calgary         6   6   0
Saskatchewan    6   4   2
Manitoba        6   3   3
UBC             6   3   3
Regina          6   2   4
Alberta         6   0   6

OUA            GP   W   L
Guelph          7   7   0
W. Ontario      7   7   0
Queen's         7   6   1
McMaster        7   4   3
Ottawa          7   4   3
Windsor         7   4   3
Toronto         7   3   4
York            7   2   5
Waterloo        7   1   6
Laurier         8   1   7
Carleton        7   0   7

RSEQ           GP   W   L
Laval           6   6   0
Montreal        6   4   2
Bishop's        6   4   2
McGill          6   3   3
Sherbrooke      6   2   4
Concordia       6   0   6

AUS            GP   W   L
Saint Mary's    6   4   2
St. F-X         6   3   3
Acadia          6   2   4
Mount Allison   6   2   4

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Postby Hollywood2 » Sat Oct 19, 2013 11:58 am

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MANITOBA BISONS 33
SASKATCHEWAN HUSKIES 26


Links:
:. [U of M Game Story] :. [Game Day Notes]
:. [U of S Game Story]
:. [CW Weekend Round-up] :. [Stats]
:. [CW Weekend Preview]
:. [Week 7 Media Notes (pdf)]
:. [CIS boxscore]
:. [CIS Top Ten Story]
:. [Metro Game Story] :. [Saskatoon Star Phoenix Story]


Friday was quite a night to watch sports on TV and computer in Winnipeg. The Jets had a comeback win over St. Louis, the Bisons won 1-0 in hockey, and the Bison football team wrapped it all up with a key win at Banjoland's northern outpost. It was exhausting!

This one was two different games. The 1st half was a low-scoring Q-style game and the Bisons held a 10-6 lead. The 2nd half was the traditional wild west shoot-out, won by the Bisons 23-20. The Bisons could have trampled the Mangy Ones in the 2nd half, but amassed enough penalty yardage to plant enough wheat to feed the 3rd world.

The Bison offence looked strong, again. The defence is also improving. Much of the Hillbilly scoring was set up by penalties.

The win puts both sides at 4-3 heading into the final weekend. The Bisons have the edge based on points for/against. However, UBC could force a 3-way tie, in which Sask would 2nd, Manitoba 3rd, and UBC 4th. My guess is that Manitoba will play Sask in the semi-finals with home field TBA.

OUT-OF-TOWN SCOREBOARD

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REGINA RAMS 27
CALGARY DINOSAURS 46

:. [U of C Story] :. [Boxscore] :. [Stats]

The Lambs' loss eliminates them, and assures Manitoba, Sask, and UBC of playoff berths. This has been a disappointing season for Regina, and amazing over-achievement for Bedrock U. Next weekend Regina plays Sask and Calgary plays UBC.

OUT EAST

Links:
:. [CIS Standings]
:. [CIS Schedule/Results]


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MOUNT ALLISON MOUNTIES 27
SAINT MARY'S HUSKIES 24

:. [Boxscore]

In the AUS it is beginning to look like some teams just have other team's number. This is two wins for the Mounted over the SMUskies.

UPCOMING GAMES

Oct. 19
Alberta at UBC 2:00 PM PDT
McMaster at Carleton 1:00 PM EDT
Guelph at Queen's 1:00 PM EDT
Windsor at Ottawa 1:00 PM EDT
Waterloo at Toronto 1:00 PM EDT
York at W. Ontario 1:00 PM EDT
Bishop's at Concordia 1:00 PM EDT
Montreal at McGill 1:00 PM EDT
St. F-X at Acadia 2:00 PM ADT

Oct. 20
Sherbrooke at Laval 1:30 PM EDT
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Postby Hollywood2 » Sat Oct 19, 2013 8:41 pm

Saturday saw the third and final game of the weekend in the CW, the end of the OUA regular season, and some results of significance in the Q and A. Here we go ...

OUT-OF-TOWN SCOREBOARD

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ALBERTA GOLDEN BEARS 0
UBC THUNDERBIRDS 60

:. [UBC Story] :. [Stats]

While the Evil Monkeys looked like a plucky team on the rise all season, they looked ready for circus season. Not so long ago, the Tweety-Birds needed a big comeback and overtime to edge the Monkeys. On Saturday it was all one-way traffic which became pretty ridiculous by the end.

One cannot blame UBC. There is a chance that they would need those +/- points. They are now tied at 4-3 with Manitoba and Sask. They lose out on W-L in a 3-way tie or a 2-way tie with Sask. But a 2-way tie with Manitoba comes down to +/-, and Manitoba held a 27 point edge. Personally, I don't think we'll see a situation where Sask loses and UBC wins next week. But if we do, Manitoba will be seeking at least a 33 + (whatever UBC beat Calgary by) win over the Monkeys in the final regular season game.That would not be amusing to watch.

OUT EAST

Links:
:. [CIS Friday Round-up] :. [CIS Saturday Round-up]
:. [CIS Standings]
:. [CIS Schedule/Results]


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ST. FRANCIS-XAVIER X-MEN 11
ACADIA AXEMEN 27

:. [Boxscore]

In the dog's breakfast that is the AUS, Acadia is the only team to have outscored their opposition this year. So one would think they would at least make the playoffs. This win will help. Acadia's only losses this year have been against the SMUskies and Laval.

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BISHOP'S GAITERS 44
CONCORDIA STINGERS 36

:. [Boxscore]

At least this wasn't a blowout for the Stinkers. What is creepy is that it looks like they'll go 0-8 after a pre-season draw with Toronto, a 4-4 OUA team.

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MONTREAL CARABINS 28
MCGILL REDMEN 3

:. [Boxscore]

McGill doesn't really look like a playoff team. Yet, they could get in ahead of Sherbrooke due to scheduling anomolies. I do hope that Sherbrooke gets in to make the playoffs in the Q more competitive.

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MCMASTER MARAUDERS 45
CARLETON RAVENS 3

:. [Boxscore]

So long, Carleton the Doormat. Hope you enjoyed your comeback. Now back to Cartoon U and your bogus courses. McMacAroni faces Ottawa next weekend in a quarter-final.

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GUELPH GRIFFONS 23
QUEEN'S GOLDEN GAELS 37

:. [Boxscore]

This was Guelph's chance to show that they could beat somebody other than a ham'n'egger or jabroni. They had 5 wins against such teams, a 1 point win over Windsor, and a 2 point win over McMac. Is this the least impressive 7-1 team in CIS history? Next week, the Queens have a bye and Guelph hosts Windsor.

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WINDSOR LANCERS 15
OTTAWA GEEGEES 45

:. [Boxscore]

The Battle for #5 goes solidly to Ottawa. The margin of this win did not surprise many. Yet #6 Windsor is still a mile better than #7 Toronto. And #5 Ottawa is a mile behind #4 McMac.

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WATERLOO WARRIORS 18
TORONTO VARSITY BLUES 50

:. [Boxscore]

What a bad season for Waterloo. They were getting demolished by teams like the Blahs, who themselves are several time zones away from being playoff calibre. Sad. Just, sad.

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YORK LIONS 10
WESTERN ONTARIO MUSTANGS 40

:. [Boxscore]

The Urban Cowboys already had a bye wrapped up before this started. So I surmise that York is 30 points worse than the Urban Cowboys' backups. Yet, if the OUA went to an 8-team playoff, this would be a quarter-final match-up next weekend. And would probably be televised.

UPCOMING GAMES

Oct. 20
Sherbrooke at Laval 1:30 PM EDT

Oct. 25
UBC at Calgary 6:00 PM MDT

Oct. 26
Saskatchewan at Regina 1:00 PM MDT
Manitoba at Alberta 5:00 PM MDT

Saint Mary's at St. F-X 2:00 PM ADT
Acadia at Mount Allison 2:00 PM ADT
McGill at Bishop's 1:00 PM EDT
Laval at Montreal 1:00 PM EDT
Concordia at Sherbrooke 4:00 PM EDT
Windsor at Guelph 1:00 PM EDT OUA Quarterfinal 1
Ottawa at McMaster 1:00 PM EDT OUA Quarterfinal 2

STANDINGS

[FONT="Courier New"]CANADA WEST....GP.. W.. L
Calgary........ 7.. 7.. 0
Saskatchewan....7.. 4.. 3
Manitoba........7.. 4.. 3
UBC............ 7.. 4.. 3
Regina..........7.. 2.. 5
Alberta........ 7.. 0.. 7


OUA............GP.. W.. L
W. Ontario......8.. 8.. 0
Queen's........ 8.. 7.. 1
Guelph..........8.. 7.. 1
McMaster........8.. 5.. 3
Ottawa..........8.. 5.. 3
Windsor........ 8.. 4.. 4
Toronto........ 8.. 4.. 4
York............8.. 2.. 6
Laurier........ 8.. 1.. 7
Waterloo........8.. 1.. 7
Carleton........8.. 0.. 8

RSEQ.......... GP.. W.. L
Laval.......... 6.. 6.. 0
Montreal........7.. 5.. 2
Bishop's........7.. 5.. 2
McGill..........7.. 3.. 4
Sherbrooke......6.. 2.. 4
Concordia...... 7.. 0.. 7

AUS............GP.. W.. L
Saint Mary's....7.. 4.. 3
Acadia..........7.. 3.. 4
St. F-X........ 7.. 3.. 4
Mount Allison.. 7.. 3.. 4[/FONT]
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Postby Hollywood2 » Mon Oct 21, 2013 1:04 am

OFFICIAL HOLLYWOOD TOP 27 - WEEK 8

We have now reached the penultimate OHT27. The OUA regular season is done. And this is the time for much winnowing in the rankings. Some may find it controversial. But when you watch Maryse's action photos you will see that ruthless aggression and beauty can co-exist. And that is what this ranking has.

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PRIOR OHT27s:
2012 – final
week 1 : week 2 : week 3
week 4 : week 5 : week 6
week 7


STEP 1: WEEK 8 RESULTS

CWUAA
Manitoba 33 Saskatchewan 26
Regina 27 Calgary 46
Alberta 0 UBC 60

OUA
McMaster 45 Carleton 3
Guelph 23 Queen's 37
Windsor 15 Ottawa 45
Waterloo 18 Toronto 50
York 10 W. Ontario 40

RSEQ
Bishop's 44 Concordia 36
Montreal 28 McGill 3
Sherbrooke 3 Laval 38

AUS
Mount Allison 27 Saint Mary's 24
St. F-X 11 Acadia 27

STEP 2: REGIONAL RANKINGS

The rankings show each team's conference record followed by their overall record. The games marked # are non-conference games. The games marked * are games against a jabroni.

CANADA WEST

1 Calgary (7-0, 7-1) beat UBC Reg Sask Man Alta* Sask Reg lost to Lav#
2 Manitoba (4-3, 4-4) beat Alta* UBC Reg Sask lost to Reg# Sask Cal UBC
3 Saskatchewan (4-3, 5-3) beat UBC# Reg Man Alta* UBC lost to Cal Cal Man
4 UBC (4-3, 4-4) beat Alta* Reg Man Alta* lost to Sask# Cal Man Sask
5 Regina (2-5, 3-5) beat Man# Alta* Alta* lost to Sask Cal UBC Man Cal
6 Alberta (0-7, 0-7) lost to Man UBC Reg Sask Cal Reg UBC

Image This is tough. Teams 2-4 are in a dead heat. If all goes according to rankings next week, they'll finish as above.

ONTARIO

1 W. Ontario (8-0, 8-0) beat Tor Carl* McM Ott Laur* Que Wind York*
2 Queen's (7-1, 7-1) beat York* McM Wind Ott Laur* Wat* Gue lost to WO
3 Guelph (7-1, 7-1) beat Laur* Wind Tor McM Wat* York* Carl* lost to Que
4 McMaster (5-3, 5-3) beat Ott York* Wat* Laur* Carl* lost to Que WO Gue
5 Ottawa (5-3, 5-3) beat Wat* Tor York* Carl* Wind lost to McM WO Que
6 Windsor (4-4, 4-4) beat Wat* Carl* Tor Laur* lost to Gue Que WO Ott
7 Toronto (4-4, 4-4-1) beat Laur* Carl* York* Wat* tied Conc# lost to WO Ott Gue Wind
8 York (2-6, 2-6) beat Laur* Carl* lost to Que McM Ott Gue Tor WO
9 Laurier (1-7, 1-7) beat Wat* lost to Gue Tor York* WO Wind Que McM
10 Waterloo (1-7, 1-7) beat Carl* lost to Wind Ott Laur* Gue McM Que Tor
11 Carleton (0-8, 0-9) lost to Sher# WO Wat* Wind York* Tor Ott Gue McM

Image Ottawa finally jumps over sinking Windsor with the head-to-head win. The CIS-wide winnowing also leads many OUA teams down a category. The OUA is the most extreme conference in Canada. To put it in perspective, Toronto drew Concordia in pre-season. If they were to play now, it would be close. Yet Toronto went 4-4 and Concordia is 0-7, and the top 6 in the OUA match up well with the top 5 in the Q.

QUEBEC/ATLANTIC

1 Laval (7-0, 8-0) beat Cal# McG Sher Aca Mtl Bish Conc* Sher
2 Montreal (5-2, 6-2) beat McG# Conc* Bish SMU Sher McG* lost to Lav Sher
3 Bishop's (5-2, 5-2) beat Sher Sher Conc* McG Conc* lost to Mtl Lav
4 Saint Mary's (4-3, 5-3) beat MtA# Aca SFX Aca Aca lost to Mtl MtA MtA
5 Sherbrooke (2-5, 3-5) beat Carl#* McG Mtl lost to Bish Lav Bish Mtl Lav
6 Acadia (3-4, 4-4) beat SFX# SFX MtA SFX lost to SMU Lav SMU SMU
7 McGill (3-4, 3-5) beat Conc* MtA Conc* lost to Mtl# Lav Sher Bish Mtl
8 Mount Allison (3-4, 3-5) beat SMU SFX SMU lost to SMU# SFX McG Aca SFX
9 St. F-X (3-4, 3-5) beat MtA Conc* MtA lost to Aca# Aca SMU MtA Aca
10 Concordia (0-7, 0-7-1) tied Tor# lost to Mtl McG SFX Bish McG Lav Bish

Image OK, 1-3 were easy. 10 was easy. 4-6? 7-9? Not so much.

STEP 3: THE BLEND

"CONTENDERS"
1 W. Ontario (8-0, 8-0) beat Tor Carl* McM Ott Laur* Que Wind York*
2 Laval (7-0, 8-0) beat Cal# McG Sher Aca Mtl Bish Conc* Sher

"ABOVE THE BLOB"
3 Queen's (7-1, 7-1) beat York* McM Wind Ott Laur* Wat* Gue lost to WO
4 Calgary (7-0, 7-1) beat UBC Reg Sask Man Alta* Sask Reg lost to Lav#
5 Montreal (5-2, 6-2) beat McG# Conc* Bish SMU Sher McG* lost to Lav Sher
6 Bishop's (5-2, 5-2) beat Sher Sher Conc* McG Conc* lost to Mtl Lav

"THE BLOB"
7 Guelph (7-1, 7-1) beat Laur* Wind Tor McM Wat* York* Carl* lost to Que
8 Manitoba (4-3, 4-4) beat Alta* UBC Reg Sask lost to Reg# Sask Cal UBC
9 Saskatchewan (4-3, 5-3) beat UBC# Reg Man Alta* UBC lost to Cal Cal Man
10 McMaster (5-3, 5-3) beat Ott York* Wat* Laur* Carl* lost to Que WO Gue
11 UBC (4-3, 4-4) beat Alta* Reg Man Alta* lost to Sask# Cal Man Sask
12 Ottawa (5-3, 5-3) beat Wat* Tor York* Carl* Wind lost to McM WO Que
13 Saint Mary's (4-3, 5-3) beat MtA# Aca SFX Aca Aca lost to Mtl MtA MtA
14 Sherbrooke (2-5, 3-5) beat Carl#* McG Mtl lost to Bish Lav Bish Mtl Lav
15 Acadia (3-4, 4-4) beat SFX# SFX MtA SFX lost to SMU Lav SMU SMU
16 Windsor (4-4, 4-4) beat Wat* Carl* Tor Laur* lost to Gue Que WO Ott

"THE HAM 'N EGGERS"
17 McGill (3-4, 3-5) beat Conc* MtA Conc* lost to Mtl# Lav Sher Bish Mtl
18 Mount Allison (3-4, 3-5) beat SMU SFX SMU lost to SMU# SFX McG Aca SFX
19 Regina (2-5, 3-5) beat Man# Alta* Alta* lost to Sask Cal UBC Man Cal
20 St. F-X (3-4, 3-5) beat MtA Conc* MtA lost to Aca# Aca SMU MtA Aca
21 Toronto (4-4, 4-4-1) beat Laur* Carl* York* Wat* tied Conc# lost to WO Ott Gue Wind

"THE JABRONIS"
22 Alberta (0-7, 0-7) lost to Man UBC Reg Sask Cal Reg UBC
23 York (2-6, 2-6) beat Laur* Carl* lost to Que McM Ott Gue Tor WO
24 Laurier (1-7, 1-7) beat Wat* lost to Gue Tor York* WO Wind Que McM
25 Concordia (0-7, 0-7-1) tied Tor# lost to Mtl McG SFX Bish McG Lav Bish
26 Waterloo (1-7, 1-7) beat Carl* lost to Wind Ott Laur* Gue McM Que Tor
27 Carleton (0-8, 0-9) lost to Sher# WO Wat* Wind York* Tor Ott Gue McM

Image As you can see, Guelph slips into The Blob, McGill and Regina slip into the Ham'n'Eggers, and Alberta, York and Laurier are now Jabronis. No Jabroni has beaten somebody who is not also a Jabroni. The only Ham'n'Egger with a win against The Blob is Mount Allison, with their two wins over SMU. For everybody else, these are their records against teams in The Blob or higher:
1 W. Ontario 4-0
2 Laval 5-0
3 Queen's 4-1
4 Calgary 4-0
5 Montreal 3-2
6 Bishop's 2-2
7 Guelph 2-1
8 Manitoba 2-3
9 Saskatchewan 2-3
10 McMaster 1-3
11 UBC 1-3
12 Ottawa 1-3
13 Saint Mary's 3-1 **
14 Sherbrooke 1-5
15 Acadia 0-4
16 Windsor 0-4

NEXT UP

Oct. 25
UBC at Calgary 6:00 PM MDT

Oct. 26
Saskatchewan at Regina 1:00 PM MDT
Manitoba at Alberta 5:00 PM MDT
Saint Mary's at St. F-X 2:00 PM ADT
Acadia at Mount Allison 2:00 PM ADT
McGill at Bishop's 1:00 PM EDT
Laval at Montreal 1:00 PM EDT
Concordia at Sherbrooke 4:00 PM EDT
Windsor at Guelph 1:00 PM EDT OUA Quarterfinal 1
Ottawa at McMaster 1:00 PM EDT OUA Quarterfinal 2

Maryse says come back next week!
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MANITOBA BISONS (4-3, 4-4, OHT27 #8) at
ALBERTA GOLDEN BEARS (0-7, 0-7, OHT27 #22)

Saturday, October 26th at 6:00 pm CDT / 5:00 pm MDT
at Foote Field
Radio: UMFM 101.5
TV: CanadaWest.tv


Links:
:. [U of M Story] :. [U of A Story]
:. [Live Stats - at CanadaWest.tv]
:. [CW Weekly Preview] : [CW Week 8 Weekly Notes (pdf)]
:. [CIS Weekly Preview]
:. [Canada West Schedule - with live links]
:. [CIS Top Ten] :. [at CW Site]
:. [Chris D Story]


At one time it was looking like the Bisons were going to finish the season on the road. Now, however, it is looking like the Herd could get themselves a home playoff game. If you peek at the Out-of-Town Scoreboard, you will see that UBC could not pull off the upset of Calgary. Therefore, a Bison win over the Evil Monkeys would launch the Bisons into 2nd place and a home playoff game next weekend against the Banjo-Mutts.

And how cool would that be? The team has looked close to being a complete team at various times, but not quite making it there.

The Bisons started the season against the Evil Monkeys on a warm summer night before their biggest regular season crowd of all time. The Monkeys showed some offensive flair, and came dangerously close to a couple of wins in subsequent weeks. But after the bye week it may be that the Primates are simply looking to go back to the nice warm indoor cage at the zoo where they can eat bananas a swing about in a nice warm enclosure.

The last time the Apes won a football game was in the semi-final round in 2010. They were a surprise 4th place finisher that year and knocked off the 1st place Banjo-Mutts. The future looked bright for a rebuilding program. Well, they got hammered in the final that year, followed by 23 more consecutive losses. The Bisons will be hoping that the Monkeys are not due.

OUT-OF-TOWN SCOREBOARD

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UBC THUNDERBIRDS 17
CALGARY DINOSAURS 34

:. [U of C Story] :. [UBC Story]
:. [Stats] :. [Stats]


This win gives Calgary their first unbeaten season. It also almost guarantees that these two teams will encounter one another yet again next weekend in the semi-final playoff round.

OUT EAST

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SHERBROOKE VERT ET OR 3
LAVAL ROUGE ET OR 38

:. [Boxscore]

This was last week's late game, the final Sunday game of the year.

OTHER GAMES

CIS Schedule/Links
CIS Standings

Sat., Oct. 26
Saskatchewan at Regina 1:00 PM MDT : CanadaWest.tv and Shaw TV
Saint Mary's at St. F-X 2:00 PM ADT
Acadia at Mount Allison 2:00 PM ADT
McGill at Bishop's 1:00 PM EDT
Laval at Montreal 1:00 PM EDT
Concordia at Sherbrooke 4:00 PM EDT
Windsor at Guelph 1:00 PM EDT OUA Quarterfinal 1
Ottawa at McMaster 1:00 PM EDT OUA Quarterfinal 2
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MANITOBA BISONS 60
ALBERTA GOLDEN BEARS 18


Links:
:. [U of M Game Story] : [U of M Boxscore]
:. [U of A Game Story]
:. [CW Weekend Round-up] :. [Stats]
:. [CIS Saturday Round-Up] : [CIS boxscore]


The Bisons needed this win to clinch second place and home field advantage in the semi-finals, and they got it. Easily. This was the 24th consecutive loss for the Evil Monkeys. They almost won a couple of games and it is disappointing that they ended the season so poorly.

This means that Friday night football at the IGF is coming. Bisons v Banjo-Mutts. Bundle up and be there!

OUT-OF-TOWN SCOREBOARD

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UBC THUNDERBIRDS 17
CALGARY DINOSAURS 34

:. [U of C Game Story] : [Boxscore]
:. [UBC Game Story] :. [Stats]


This one was played Friday night and extinguished UBC's chances at a 2nd place finish. Bedrock U was challenged for a while in this one. Since these two sides will square off in next week's semi-final round, one has to ask if UBC could pose a threat in the rematch.

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SASKATCHEWAN HUSKIES 33
REGINA RAMS 15

:. [U of R Game Story] : [Boxscore]
:. [U of S Game Story] : [Boxscore]
:. [Stats]


This Saturday afternoon early game had little impact on the standings. Sask could not finish 4th and could only get 2nd if they won and Manitoba were to lose, something Sask would not have been counting upon. The Outhouse Bowl championship therefore goes to the Banjo-Mutts. Bad ending for a bad season for the Lambs.

OUT EAST

Links:
:. [CIS Standings]
:. [CIS Schedule/Results]
:. [Playoff Schedule/Results]


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SAINT MARY'S HUSKIES 12
ST. FRANCIS-XAVIER X-MEN 6

:. [Boxscore]

This was either en epic confrontation of NFL-calibre defences or these teams haven't much offensive skill. The SMUskies have done enough to claim 1st place in the AUS and are therefore the only team in the CIS to get a semi-final bye. The Jeremies are in next year land.

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ACADIA AXEMEN 14
MOUNT ALLISON MOUNTIES 23

:. [Boxscore]

The Mounted have closed the season with 3 straight wins, one over each AUS rival. This win gives them an unexpected 2nd place finish and home field advantage next week when they face the Cajuns in the rematch. No offence to the Cajuns, but everybody in Canada is pulling for the Mounted.

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MCGILL REDMEN 21
BISHOP'S GAITERS 40

:. [Boxscore]

The McGilligutties needed this win to get a playoff berth. The decisive loss shows they don't deserve it. The win also gives the Footwear a home game in the semi-finals.

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LAVAL ROUGE ET OR 30
MONTREAL CARRABINS 11

:. [Boxscore]

Remember when the Smurfs looked like a contender? They sure have tumbled. That, and Laval has been roiunding into form.

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CONCORDIA STINGERS 21
SHERBROOKE VERT ET OR 28

:. [Boxscore]

At least the Bumbling Bees didn't mail this one in, like some have done. I don't believe that they have ever gone 0-8 before, so this is their rock-bottom. And what about Sherbrooke? At least they are in the playoffs. Will they ever become something better than an early round playoff opponent?

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OTTAWA GEEGEES 7
MCMASTER MARAUDERS 41

:. [Boxscore]

One would think that when you have a quarter-final between the #4 and #5 teams in an 11-team league it would be a toss-up. Not in the 2013 OUA. Maybe the Geegees should have used a distraction noodle against McMacaroni. Now, can the Marauders beat the Urban Cowboys? The OUA really needs something to get the tongues wagging.

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WINDSOR LANCERS 21
GUELPH GRYPHONS 31

:. [Boxscore]

In the end, Windsor has proven that they can beat up on Jabronis, and not much else. Will the greatness of the Hamilton Tiger-Cats rub off on Guelph so that they can pull off an upset over The Queens?

UPCOMING GAMES

Nov. 1
Saskatchewan at Manitoba 7:00 PM CDT : SHAW TV

Nov. 2
Acadia at Mount Allison 2:00 PM ADT
Guelph at Queen's 1:00 PM EDT
Sherbrooke at Laval 1:00 PM EDT
Montreal at Bishop's 1:00 PM EDT
McMaster at W. Ontario 4:30 PM EDT
UBC at Calgary 3:00 PM MDT : SHAW TV
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Postby bryan35 » Mon Oct 28, 2013 11:47 am

Good to see it is on shaw tv. Think last weeks game was streamed from the Bisons site not sure if it was on Shaw.
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Postby Hollywood2 » Fri Nov 01, 2013 6:36 pm

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SASKATCHEWAN HUSKIES (5-3, 6-3, OHT27 #10) at
MANITOBA BISONS (5-3, 5-4, OHT27 #8)

Friday, November 1st at 7:00 pm CDT at IGF / U of M
Radio: UMFM 101.5
TV: [COLOR="RoyalBlue"]Shaw Cable 9
CanadaWest.tv [/COLOR]


Links:
:. [U of M Story] : [Game Notes]
:. [Live Stats - at CanadaWest.tv]
:. [CW Weekly Preview] : [CW Semi-Final Weekly Notes (pdf)]
:. [SportsNet U Playoff Preview]
:. [Canada West Schedule - with live links]
:. [CIS Top Ten] :. [at CW Site]
:. [Bison Anthony Coombs selected Canada West Offence Football Athlete of the Week for week eight of the 2013 season]
:. [Taylor Pischke and Anthony Coombs are Smitty's Bison Sports Female and Male Athlete of the Week ]


In a game time decision, my son has chosen TV or live attendance so as to get ready for his hockey debut. Fair enough. We all know the stakes: Good vs Evil. Civilization vs Backwardness. Automobiles vs Horse-and-Buggy. WSO vs Banjos. Beer vs Moonshine. Manitoba vs Saskatchewan.

The links are good. The game notes pile on the numbers. Tune in Channel 9 if you can't make it there!
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Postby Hollywood2 » Sat Nov 02, 2013 12:54 am

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SASKATCHEWAN HUSKIES 36
MANITOBA BISONS 37


Links:
:. [U of M Game Story] : [U of M Boxscore]
:. [CW Story] :. [Stats]
:. [CIS boxscore]
:. [Canadian Press Story at Globe & Mail]
:. [Chris D Story] : [Free Press Story] : [Sun Story]


Now that was quite the win, wasn't it?

The Bisons started slow and then appeared to take control of the game in the second quarter, entering half-time with a 17-5 lead. At the intermission the Banjo-Mutts must have had some illegal moonshine because all of a sudden they went crazy and took a 12 point lead. All that accomplished was it gave the Herd a chance to pull of a comeback win via two TD pass receptions by Nic Demski (his 2nd and 3rd of the 4th quarter). The Mutts had a chance to take it with a last play 44-yard field goal but the kick went into the Bison line.

A look at the linescore really illustrates the Bison roller-coaster:

Sask .... 03 02 17 14 36
Man ..... 00 17 00 20 37

Just read the stats links for the tale of the tape. It was wild.

Next week's game time, location, and opponent are TBD. If British California beats Bedrock U on Saturday afternoon then the Hardy Cup final will be in Winnipeg on November 9th. However, if the Dinos take that one then the final will be at Vince McMahon Stadium.

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OUT-OF-TOWN SCOREBOARD

None!

UPCOMING GAMES

Nov. 2
Acadia at Mount Allison 2:00 PM ADT
Guelph at Queen's 1:00 PM EDT
Sherbrooke at Laval 1:00 PM EDT
Montreal at Bishop's 1:00 PM EDT
McMaster at W. Ontario 4:30 PM EDT
UBC at Calgary 3:00 PM MDT : SHAW TV

Nov. 9
Hardy Cup: Manitoba at Calgary 2:00 MST or UBC at Manitoba 2:00 CST
Yates Cup: OUA final time TBD
Dunsmore Cup: RSEQ final 1:00 EST
Loney Bowl: Acadia or Mount Allison at Saint Mary's 2:00 AST
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The Bisons booked their ticket to the conference finals on Friday, and the SMUskies had theirs booked via a bye earned through the AUS regular season. So Saturday was the day for the remaining six berths to be decided. There were some Sunday morning links available for the Bison game.

Links:
:. [Boxscore News]
:. [SportsNet U (CP)] : [CBC (CP)]


OUT-OF-TOWN SCOREBOARD

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UBC THUNDERBIRDS 28
CALGARY DINOSAURS 42

:. [U of C Game Story] : [reposted at CW] : [Boxscore]
:. [UBC Game Story] : [Boxscore News Story]
:. [Stats]
:. [CIS Saturday Round-up (all games)]
:. [CIS Boxscore]
:. [Video: SportsNet U]


It is always entertaining to watch football played in a snowstorm. One could not even see the yardage markings on the field. They did have periodic shovelling and snowblowers so as to clear the goal lines and sidelines. But even that was not enough for the officials. Two of them missed a blatant out-of-bounds run by a Dino. That was the turning point in the game.

UBC was well in this one and could have won. In the end, it was just not to be. Can the Bisons go one step further next week? Bedrock U may have used up their breaks.

OUT EAST

Links:
:. [Playoff Schedule/Results]
:. [SportsNet U - stories and videos]


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ACADIA AXEMEN 10
MOUNT ALLISON MOUNTIES 19

:. [Boxscore]

Everybody outside of Acadia was cheering for The Mounted, Canada's underdogs. Even though the AUS has only 4 teams, it has been about 10,000 years since The Mounted have been to the Loney Bowl.

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MONTREAL CARRABINS 51
BISHOP'S GAITERS 8

:. [Boxscore]

This was a big day for the Footwear. Their first home playoff game for 20 years was a big event. Such disappointment. The Smurfs had their offence clicking, possibly for the first time this season.

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SHERBROOKE VERT ET OR 11
LAVAL ROUGE ET OR 32

:. [Boxscore]

Yet again, the Foxes showed they are just not good enough. I am still not all that convinced about Laval. This one seemed to be tied 4-4 forever.

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MCMASTER MARAUDERS 3
WESTERN ONTARIO MUSTANGS 32

:. [Boxscore]

The McUniversity had hiugh hopes for an upset. In the end, the Urban Cowboys showed that a McUniversity win here indeed would have been an upset.

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GUELPH GRYPHONS 17
QUEEN'S GOLDEN GAELS 34

:. [Boxscore]

By OUA standards this #2 v #3 match-up was a proverbial nail-biter. IMO the Griffins showed that they are really quite far from being a contender.

UPCOMING GAMES

Nov. 9
Mount Allison at Saint Mary's - 2:00 PM AST / 12:00 noon CST
Queen's at Western Ontario - 1:00 PM EST / 12:00 noon CST
Montreal at Laval - 1:00 PM EST / 12:00 noon CST
Manitoba at Calgary - 2:00 PM MST / 3:00 CST

Nov. 16
Quebec winner at Atlantic winner - 1:30 PM AST / 11:30 AM CST
Ontario winner at Canada West winner - 3:00 PM CST

Nov. 23
Vanier Cup 12:00 PM CST
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Postby Hollywood2 » Sat Nov 09, 2013 2:27 am

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MANITOBA BISONS (5-3, 6-4, OHT27 #8) at
CALGARY DINOSAURS (8-0, 9-1, OHT27 #4)

Saturday, November 9th at 2:00 MST / 3:00 CST at McMahon Stadium
Radio: UMFM 101.5
TV: Shaw Cable 9 CanadaWest.tv [/COLOR]


Links:
:. [U of M Preview Story] : [Game Notes]
:. [Live Stats - at CanadaWest.tv]
:. [CW Final Weekly Notes (pdf)]
:. [[U]Winnipeg Sun Preview[/U]]
:. [[U]Calgary Sun Preview[/U]] : [Calgary Herald Preview]
:. [CW Playoff Stats]
:. [CIS Playoff Schedule/Results/Links]
:. [U of C Preview Story] : [Repost at CW]
:. [Five Bisons named to 2013 Canada West Football All-Star Team ]
:. [Robyn Eyer and Nic Demski ... Athlete of the Week ]
:. [Bison Nic Demski selected CIS Offence Football Athlete of the Week ...]


The Bisons have a big game in Bedrock Saturday afternoon. Could they win it? The odds are against them but, yes they could.

Last week the Extinct Ones were kind of lucky to beat UBC in the Snow Bowl. They had two major blown calls go in their favour (one when they ran out of bounds, and one when a receiver caught a one-hopper).

One thing the Bisons will need is a healthy secondary. They were clearly suffering against Sask, and Calgary is better than Sask.

The Bisons always have a "puncher's chance". The defence has been spotty, and the offence can put up a lot of points in a short time. Yantz, Coombs, and Demski are three of the best offensive weapons in the entire CIS. So, if they are "on" they could put enough points on the board to beat anybody.

In recent years, the Bisons have not fared well in Calgary. The stadium will likely be virtually empty, so crowd intimidation will not be a factor.

The winner of this will host the OUA winner in next week's Mitchell Bowl, aka national semi-final playoff game.

CONFERENCE FINALS SCHEDULE

Nov. 9
Mount Allison at Saint Mary's : 2:00 AST / 12:00 CST
AUS Final - Loney Bowl
Queen's at W. Ontario : 1:00 EST / 12:00 CST : SN360
OUA Final - Yates Cup
Montreal at Laval : 1:00 EST / 12:00 CST : CBC French
RSEQ Final - Dunsmore Cup
Manitoba at Calgary : 2:00 MST / 3:00 CST : Shaw Cable
Canada West Final - Hardy Cup
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