CIS Football Report (Week 6)

Rivalries are the lifeblood of university football as they are often the games that everyone is waiting for in a season.

2015 CIS Football Preview: OUA Conference

It is the largest conference in the CIS and one that many could see as one of the toughest to have any type of run through.

Is McMaster Done? (OUA Preview)

The OUA will see plenty of changes in 2013 as a new team enters the fold and the dominant team has been gutted. The Carlton Ravens will be the new team on the block as they return to the football field for the first time in 15 years. They will have a high hill to climb as they enter the biggest conference in the CIS and will have to compete with some very well established programs.

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 6)

The season continues to draw to a close as there are now only three games left for most conferences except the OUA who have two. Teams continue to fight for a playoff spot and a chance at extending their season. As week six finished the playoff picture became a little clearer as teams began to take their spots in the next season.

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.

The Marauders look for a repeat season (2012 OUA Preview)

Ontario University Athletics is the largest and most prestigious of all of the conferences in the CIS. The OUA is the home of some of the oldest teams in North America with three teams created before the 1900s. Football began with universities and colleges and in Canada some of the first teams from universities were located in Ontario.

CIS Football Report (Week 9)

With the CIS Season officially over it is now time to start the postseason as next week will be the Semi-Finals weekend. The conferences are wrapped up with the semi-final games figured out as all of the teams that have made it will now work toward their conference titles. From there comes the road to the Vanier Cup as teams work towards being the best team in Canada. The OUA got out to an early start to the playoff with the OUA quarter-finals taking place this week.

Can the Mustangs Recover? (Yates Cup Preview)

The OUA was supposed to be all sewn up before they even started playing as Western was considered the best team in the OUA. The competition was essentially competing for playoff spots with Western taking the top place. Unlike most seasons the Mustangs proved everyone right as the easily went through every team and looked to be on the path to the Yates Cup.

What 2 Watch (Oct. 28-30)

The Sports World is beginning to wind down with winter coming in as seasons begin to end and playoffs start. The World Series is wrapping up with only one game left in a thrilling series where any team can win. With game 7 in the World Series the Baseball season will finish up this weekend as the football world sees the end and the middle of seasons.

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