CIS Football Report (Week 10)

The final week of the regular season saw plenty of team still fighting for the playoffs as the final week meant the last chance for teams to get that one step closer to the Vanier Cup.

CIS Football Report (Week 5)

A short season means every game becomes more important and for a number of teams the start of their years has been surprisingly great as they hope to set up for a big playoff run.

2015 CIS Football Preview: RSEQ Conference

The RSEQ has been one of the most boring conferences in the history of the CIS as there has rarely been much competition at the top.

Is There any end to the Dominance? (RSEQ Preview)

Out of all of the repeat champions none have been more dominant than the Laval Rouge et Or who have ruled the RSEQ for 10 years. They will be going for their 11th straight Dunsmore Cup as they represent the most dominant franchise in the CIS. Laval has defied all of the odds in the CIS as they have long since lost their original recruiting class that started the run of 10 straight.

CIS Football Report (Semi-Finals)

CIS Football was officially in playoff mode this week as every conference held the semi-finals of their conference. It is the best time of year as the best teams face off with everything on the line. If they lose they go home with nothing but a playoff spot to boast about but if they win they live to fight another day in the CIS season. The regular season doesn’t matter in the playoffs besides the deciding what field you play on.

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 3)

Three weeks are done in the CIS football season and the usual suspects are again beginning to rise to the top of the league. Teams like Laval, McMaster, Calgary, Montreal, and Queen’s are all looking good once again this year. With each team earning yet another win this week they have become the teams to watch this season as all look to have a shot at their conferences and the much bigger prize of the Vanier Cup.

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.

Can Laval Make it 10 in a row? (2012 RSEQ Preview)

The RSEQ has been a one team conference for almost the entire last decade of Quebec University Football. It is clear that there has only been one team to pay attention to for this time as the Laval has been a force in the conference. There have been few challengers to the crown for the Rouge et Or as they continue to turn out great teams.

Will Laval Make it 7 in a Row? (Dunsmore Cup Preview)

The Laval Rouge et Or have been the big red machine in CIS football winning 6 Vanier Cups and 9 Dunsmore Cups. They have become the team to beat every year in the playoffs and throughout the season as they have been a top ranked team almost every year. This year was no different in the RSEQ as Laval remained the team that everyone looked up at. They were ranked #1 in the CIS for the first five weeks of the season with almost no team getting close to them.

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