CIS Football Report (2013 Season in Review)

The CIS Season is officially over and the hardware has been handed out with not a whole lot changing. The season began with the Big Four and talk of the four repeat champions as questions arose as to who could continue their runs in their conferences. Changes would be seen but in the end the result was much the same as everyone had seen before. Two of the big four would last to the end of the season and both were the two teams that had much more than a three-peat at stake.

CIS Football Report (Semi-Finals Week)

The CIS Playoffs were in full swing this week as every conference would hold their semi-final matchups. It was time for the teams to play games that were more important than any games they had played. With a loss the season was over and with a win the season moved on for at least one more week. It was a chance for teams to take one more step towards the National Playoffs and the Vanier Cup.

2013 AUS Playoff Preview

The AUS conference has never been the most powerful conference in the CIS as they have fallen behind the bigger conferences. Still the AUS contains teams that exude the true east coast mentality. They never give up and they continue to fight even though the odds are against them and they always seem to be able to keep people wondering if they could bring an upset. They have had moments where they have been at the top of the CIS football world and won the Vanier Cup but recently it has not been in the cards for them.

CIS Football Report (Week 6)

The CIS has been ruled by the teams known as the Big Four in the last two years with four teams taking over the league. These four teams have been have won their respective conferences in the last two years and are the only teams to see the National Playoffs for the last two years. They have been dominant teams that have been the class of their conferences and the class of the CIS. As they entered another year the questions arose about how exactly they would come out in the new season.

CIS Football Report (Week 5)

This week the CIS would see a number of important games for all of the conferences as the top teams looked to separate themselves from the pack. The top teams in each conference would use this week to show that they are the team to beat in their conference. Some teams would continue their dominance in the conference racking up another win.

CIS Football Report (Week 4)

The CIS season continues on and the teams are beginning to figure out where they stand among their conferences. The only problem for many of the teams this year is that there is not a lot that has been figured out yet. The CIS season has seen very few teams break away as the season looks to be one of the more even years in the league.

2013 CIS Preview: National Outlook

College Football in the states is constantly in the news with lawsuits and the constant debate over the bowl system. In Canada it is quite different as the system is what many wish the NCAA was. The playoff system in the CIS is a great one but it does not prevent one team from dominating most years.

Can the Atlantic Provide Parity? (AUS Preview)

The AUS is the smallest conference in the CIS and therefore is more likely to be the conference that can provide a new champion. For the last three years the Acadia Axemen have been the rulers of the East coast but they have not been that dominant team like the other three. With only four teams in the conference the AUS is an interesting conference full of possibilities to win.

Will the Dominance End? (2013 CIS Football Preview)

The CIS Football season is about to get underway once again as the 49th Vanier Cup is only a few months away. CIS Football is in a different place than a few years ago as the league has grown through the last few years. With the “Greatest Game Ever Played” in 2011 the CIS gained a reputation of being unpredictable.

Continuity has Never Been Better (CIS Season Review)

Another season is in the books for the CIS and it was another great season for all involved yet saw something that had never happened before. The season began with many of the best teams remaining the favorites to win it all. The top team was the McMaster Marauders who would open the season as the #1 ranked team in the country.

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