CIS Football Report (Conference Semi-Finals)

The CIS playoffs are now completely underway with every conference holding their semi-finals this week.

2015 RSEQ Playoff Preview

In Quebec there hasn’t been a lot of change in the RSEQ as one team has been on top of the conference for years.

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.

2013 RSEQ Playoff Preview

When you talk about dominance in the CIS there is one conference and one team that comes to mind immediately. The Laval Rouge et Or have been the most dominant team in the CIS for the last ten years. There has never been a team that has been able to assert their dominance as much as the program from Quebec City. It is a story that is almost unheard of in college sports as the Rouge et Or would only begin their program in 1996 and quickly became a force in the league.

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 (Conference Finals)

I have said many times before that winning consistently in college football is the hardest thing to do because of how teams are made. In college football teams are only together for a limited time as they come in to the school and then graduate. In the CIS there are only a maximum of 5 years for every player to play on any team as after that they no longer have eligibility.

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 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.

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.

CIS Football Report (Semi-Finals Week)

The rest of the CIS conferences caught up to the OUA and played their Semi-Finals of the conference playoffs. With every conference involved this weekend the CIS was busy with plenty of great games, some that were too close for comfort. Every team involved was looking to take one more step towards there championship and to the Vanier Cup. Of course the first steps start on the Semi-Final weekend when teams play for their spot in the conference championships.

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