2015 AUS Playoff Preview

In the Atlantic football is a bit different than the bigger conferences as they represent the smallest schools in CIS Football.

CIS Football Report (Week 10)

The CIS playoffs have already begun with two big surprises in the OUA that have left many of the smaller teams with plenty of hope.

2013 CIS Bowl Preview

The CIS season is almost over and four teams continue to play as the National Playoffs begin with the National Bowls. The Uteck and the Mitchell Bowl are set and ready to produce the potential Vanier Cup Champions. When the Vanier Cup was established in 1965 the top two teams in the country were invited to the championship

2013 Yates Cup Preview

The Yates Cup is one of the oldest trophies in North American Sports and the fight to earn the right to lift the 106 year old trophy is always a good one. For the last two year the McMaster Marauders have been given the opportunity to call themselves the OUA champions but all that would change this year. After the loss of former Hec Crighton winner Kyle Quinlan the Marauders were not the same team that had dominated a conference for two years.

2013 Hardy Cup Preview

The theme of dominance in the CIS can be nailed down to two conferences that have seen the same teams raise their championship trophies. As the OUA and AUS continue to exchange their champions the RSEQ and CanWest conferences have seen long reigns from their champions. The OUA and the AUS would begin to look like their neighbours but this year will see new champions rather than a three-peat for either team.

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.

CIS Football Report (Week 10)

The regular season has come to a close as every conference is now ready to catch up to the OUA and begin their playoff push. With the OUA playoffs through the first week and the first two teams moving on the playoffs this year all conferences are now in the semifinals. For the OUA it was McMaster and Guelph who would move on to the semifinals against Western and Queen’s. They will continue their run at the Yates Cup next week with the semifinal games while the rest of the CIS will do the same.

CIS Football Report (Week 9)

The CIS regular season is now finished as the CanWest, RSEQ, and AUS conferences played their last games of the season. Now the focus moves to the best part of any CIS football season, the playoffs. Most conferences had been determined already with most playoff spots taken and only a few positions to figure out. Still though the CIS has a way of surprising people and it did just that in the final week of the regular season.

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