CIS Football Report (Week 7)

The CIS season is quickly coming to a close for many teams with only a few games left for almost every team. As the league begins to close out the playoff race heats up for teams that are looking to play football late into November. The OUA is already coming through their season as they get into the playoffs with many teams only having two games left in their season.

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 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.

CIS Football Report (Week 2)

CIS Football would get back into full swing this past weekend when two conferences joined the OUA in beginning their season. The second week of the CIS season is more the official start of the season than the week before. The imbalance of the conferences in the CIS have made the starting day for the league a murky one.

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.

CIS Football Report (Week 8)

The CIS season is getting down to the final week as conferences continue to figure everything out. Week 8 in the CIs saw the end to many playoff races as two conferences left no room and another conference finished its season. The fourth conference is the AUS though and they are still going strong. The Acadia Axemen have put themselves in the first place spot and will earn a bye through the first round.

CIS Football Report (Week 5)

It’s that time of year again in the CIS as the season begins to wind down and look to the playoffs with only four games left for most teams. As the season looks to the end every conference is beginning to see more clear who will be making the playoffs. It is past the halfway point of the season and so it is time to look back and look forward towards the playoffs and the Vanier Cup.

CIS Football Report (Week 4)

The CIS season is through four weeks and usually that means the domination begins to show in the conferences. Only a few teams in each conference are good enough at this point to be the teams to watch heading into the end of the first half of the season. These are the teams that remain undefeated in their conferences and are on the fast path to the regular season conference titles.

CIS Football Report (Week 2)

As the CIS Season moved to the second week the teams began carving out a place for themselves in their conferences. It is an annual practice by teams as they hope to build on their first week or look to rebuild from their first week. The first week in the CIS season and really in any season is completely unpredictable as teams get their first chance to play a true game. Teams get their warm ups in the exhibition games but those games are warm-ups.

CIS Football Report (Week 1)

The CIS season officially got under way during Labour Day weekend as they continued a tradition of Canadian Football. For years Canadian Football has held the Labour Day weekend as a special weekend where the sport takes focus. For the CFL the Labour Weekend is a half way mark while for the CIS it is the beginning of a new season.

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