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« Reply #15 on: October 10, 2017, 10:00:14 PM »

You were told why and now you ask asking again?
I get that but to allow it for all that time till now makes no sense to me. No need to respond again I'll shut up about it. Not the end of the world. Or is it! 😬
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« Reply #16 on: October 10, 2017, 10:01:47 PM »

It's had 765 views since started last month.  There are people interested in the topic.
i agree with mod admin on this one. U sports football stays here. Good to know how Bisons are doing.
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« Reply #17 on: October 15, 2017, 11:39:19 PM »

OFFICIAL HOLLYWOOD TOP 27 - WEEK 8

Week 8 is done, and only 2 weeks are left in the regular season. Last week the rankings were motivated by the comparison of Tool Time girls Lisa and Heidi. This week, we need the age-old battle of brunette vs. blonde.

PRIOR OHT27s:
2016 - final
week 1
week 2
week 3
week 4
week 5
week 6
week 7

STEP 1: RESULTS

Canada West
Oct 14 Regina 58 Alberta 55
Oct 14 Manitoba 27 Calgary 36
Oct 14 U.B.C. 29 Saskatchewan 25

Ontario
Oct 14 Waterloo 30 Ottawa 40
Oct 14 Laurier 14 Guelph 24
Oct 14 York 34 Queen's 52
Oct 14 Windsor 13 McMaster 29
Oct 14 Toronto 0 Carleton 43

Quebec
Oct 14 Concordia 36 McGill 10
Oct 14 Montreal 47 Sherbrooke 15

Atlantic
Oct 14 St. F.X. 17 Acadia 35
Oct 14 Bishop's 11 Saint Mary's 55

STEP 2: REGIONAL RANKINGS

The rankings show each team's conference record followed by their overall record. The games marked # are non-conference games. The games marked * are games against a jabroni. The games marked ? were reversed in league standings.

CANADA WEST

1 Calgary (6-0, 6-1) beat Alta Reg Man Sask UBC Man lost Reg#
2 Regina (4-2, 4-2) beat Cal# UBC Alta Sask Alta lost Cal Man
3 UBC (4-2, 5-2) beat Alta# Man Sask Alta Sask lost Reg Cal
4 Saskatchewan (2-4, 2-5) beat Man Alta lost McM# UBC Cal Reg UBC
5 Alberta (1-5, 1-6) beat Man lost UBC# Cal Sask Reg UBC Reg
6 Manitoba (1-5, 1-5) beat Reg lost Sask UBC Cal Alta Cal

After some major scares, the higher ranked teams hung on for wins and the rankings stand pat.

ONTARIO

1 W. Ontario (7-0, 7-0) beat York* Gue McM Wind* Que Laur Carl
2 McMaster (6-1, 7-1) beat Sask# Carl Ott Gue York* Tor* Wind* lost UWO
3 Ottawa (5-2, 5-2) beat Gue Que York* Wind* Wat lost McM Carl
4 Guelph (4-3, 6-3) beat SFX# MtA# Wind* Tor* Wat Laur lost Ott UWO McM
5 Laurier (5-2, 5-3) beat Tor* Carl Que Wat York* lost Con# UWO Gue
6 Carleton (3-4, 3-5) beat Que Ott Tor* lost Lav# McM Laur Wat UWO
7 Queen's (3-4, 4-4) beat McG# Wind* Wat York* lost Car Ott Laur UWO
8 Waterloo (4-4, 4-4) beat Wind* York* Tor* Carl lost Laur Gue Que Ott
9 York (1-6, 1-7) beat Tor* lost Sher# UWO Wat Ott McM Laur Que
10 Toronto (1-6, 1-7) beat Wind* lost Mtl# Lau Wat Gue York* McM Carl
11 Windsor (0-7, 0-7) lost Wat Tor* Gue UWO Ott Que McM

The big fly in the ointment (which makes rankings interesting) is Guelph's win over Laurier. That result makes a six-team ?loop?. That loop has two sub-sets. Ottawa beat Guelph, who beat Laurier. No loop there because Laurier has not beaten (nor played) Ottawa. The lower sub-set has just one win over the upper sub-set (Carleton over Ottawa). So Carleton has something to bump them above their loop, and Queen's beat Waterloo in head-to-head, thus completing the ranking. For what its worth, these are the records of the mid-level against one another:

Ott 3-1
Laur 3-1
Gue 2-1
Carl 2-2
Que 1-3
Wat 1-4

QUEBEC

1 Montreal (5-0-1, 6-0-1) beat Tor# Con Lav Sher McG Sher can Con
2 Laval (5-1, 6-1) beat Car# Sher McG Con McG Sher lost Mtl
3 Concordia (3-3-1, 4-3-1) beat Lau# Sher McG McG lost Mtl Lav Sher can Mtl
4 McGill (1-5, 1-6) beat Sher lost Que# Lav Con Mtl Lav Con
5 Sherbrooke (1-6, 2-5) beat York# Con lost Lav Con McG Mtl Lav Mtl

The game cancellation is bizarre. Otherwise nothing happened to change these rankings.

ATLANTIC

1 Saint Mary's (6-0, 7-0) beat Aca# SFX? Bish Aca MtA SFX Bish
2 Acadia (5-2, 5-3) beat Bish SFX MtA Bish SFX lost SMU# MtA SMU
3 Mount Allison (2-4, 3-5) beat SFX# Aca SFX lost Gue# SFX Bish SMU Aca
4 St. F.X. (2-5, 2-7) beat MtA Bish lost Gue# MtA# SMU? Aca SMU MtA Aca
5 Bishop's (1-5, 1-5) beat MtA lost Aca SMU SFX Aca SMU

Like the CW and Q, nothing happened in the A to alter rankings at all.

STEP 3: THE BLEND

"CONTENDERS"
1 Calgary (6-0, 6-1) beat Alta Reg Man Sask UBC Man lost Reg#
2 Montreal (5-0-1, 6-0-1) beat Tor# Con Lav Sher McG Sher can Con
3 Laval (5-1, 6-1) beat Car# Sher McG Con McG Sher lost Mtl
4 W. Ontario (7-0, 7-0) beat York* Gue McM Wind* Que Laur Carl

"THE NEAR CONTENDERS"
5 McMaster (6-1, 7-1) beat Sask# Carl Ott Gue York* Tor* Wind* lost UWO
6 Regina (4-2, 4-2) beat Cal# UBC Alta Sask Alta lost Cal Man

"THE BLOB"
7 UBC (4-2, 5-2) beat Alta# Man Sask Alta Sask lost Reg Cal
8 Ottawa (5-2, 5-2) beat Gue Que York* Wind* Wat lost McM Carl
9 Guelph (4-3, 6-3) beat SFX# MtA# Wind* Tor* Wat Laur lost Ott UWO McM
10 Concordia (3-3-1, 4-3-1) beat Lau# Sher McG McG lost Mtl Lav Sher can Mtl
11 Saskatchewan (2-4, 2-5) beat Man Alta lost McM# UBC Cal Reg UBC
12 Laurier (5-2, 5-3) beat Tor* Carl Que Wat York* lost Con# UWO Gue
13 Carleton (3-4, 3-5) beat Que Ott Tor* lost Lav# McM Laur Wat UWO
14 Saint Mary's (6-0, 7-0) beat Aca# SFX? Bish Aca MtA SFX Bish

"HAM'N'EGGERS"
15 Alberta (1-5, 1-6) beat Man lost UBC# Cal Sask Reg UBC Reg
16 Queen's (3-4, 4-4) beat McG# Wind* Wat York* lost Car Ott Laur UWO
17 Manitoba (1-5, 1-5) beat Reg lost Sask UBC Cal Alta Cal
18 Waterloo (4-4, 4-4) beat Wind* York* Tor* Carl lost Laur Gue Que Ott
19 Acadia (5-2, 5-3) beat Bish SFX MtA Bish SFX lost SMU# MtA SMU
20 McGill (1-5, 1-6) beat Sher lost Que# Lav Con Mtl Lav Con
21 Mount Allison (2-4, 3-5) beat SFX# Aca SFX lost Gue# SFX Bish SMU Aca
22 St. F.X. (2-5, 2-7) beat MtA Bish lost Gue# MtA# SMU? Aca SMU MtA Aca
23 Sherbrooke (1-6, 2-5) beat York# Con lost Lav Con McG Mtl Lav Mtl
24 Bishop's (1-5, 1-5) beat MtA lost Aca SMU SFX Aca SMU

"JABRONIS"
25 York (1-6, 1-7) beat Tor* lost Sher# UWO Wat Ott McM Laur Que
26 Toronto (1-6, 1-7) beat Wind* lost Mtl# Lau Wat Gue York* McM Carl
27 Windsor (0-7, 0-7) lost Wat Tor* Gue UWO Ott Que McM

The OUA shuffle moved some teams around. Plus the march to the end of the season confirms where a lot of teams belong. I have consolidated The Blob, but for now at least McMaster and Regina are by themselves as ?near contenders?.

NEXT UP

Oct 21 U.B.C.  Manitoba
Oct 21 Saskatchewan  Alberta
Oct 21 Calgary  Regina
Oct 21 Guelph  Carleton
Oct 21 McMaster  Laurier
Oct 21 York  Windsor
Oct 21 Queen's  Toronto
Oct 21 Ottawa  W. Ontario
Oct 21 Montreal  Laval
Oct 21 Sherbrooke  McGill
Oct 21 Saint Mary's  Acadia
Oct 21 Mount Allison  Bishop's

With the season running out, it's party time for everyone!
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« Reply #18 on: October 16, 2017, 12:14:28 PM »

It's had 765 views since started last month.  There are people interested in the topic.

I also would not have opened the thread if I had any idea what it was about. The title is strange, so people are opening it. Change the thread title to CIS football update or something like that. I bet you the number of views will drop dramatically.

The fact that there hasn't been zero replies to this thread would indicate to me that next to no one of the 765 are terribly intrigued.

I'm glad Hollywood loves college football, clearly a very dedicated fan, and does a lot of work on this update.

However this is neither Bomber related nor CFL related, and it's getting very, very little interaction on the thread.
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« Reply #19 on: October 17, 2017, 05:53:35 AM »

I keep coming back looking for the jean-shorts pics, but they never seem to make a comeback!   Wink Cheesy
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« Reply #20 on: October 26, 2017, 04:02:59 AM »

OFFICIAL HOLLYWOOD TOP 27 - WEEK 9

Throughout the Season of Shorts you may have noticed that many on the OHT27 committee wear hats, and many don't. So this week, we feature the hat vs. no hat debate to help us through a difficult ranking.

PRIOR OHT27s:
2016 - final
week 1
week 2
week 3
week 4
week 5
week 6
week 7
week 8

STEP 1: RESULTS

Canada West
Oct 21 U.B.C. 17 Manitoba 16
Oct 21 Saskatchewan 23 Alberta 49
Oct 21 Calgary 42 Regina 30

Ontario
Oct 21 Guelph 28 Carleton 23
Oct 21 McMaster 15 Laurier 40
Oct 21 York 27 Windsor 43
Oct 21 Queen's 59 Toronto 38
Oct 21 Ottawa 10 W. Ontario 63

Quebec
Oct 21 Montreal 0 Laval 22
Oct 21 Sherbrooke 35 McGill 27

Atlantic
Oct 21 Saint Mary's 23 Acadia 33
Oct 21 Mount Allison 42 Bishop's 19

STEP 2: REGIONAL RANKINGS

The rankings show each team's conference record followed by their overall record. The games marked # are non-conference games. The games marked * are games against a jabroni. The games marked ? were reversed in league standings.


CANADA WEST

1 Calgary (7-0, 7-1) beat Alta Reg Man Sask UBC Man Reg lost Reg#
2 Regina (4-3, 5-3) beat Cal# UBC Alta Sask Alta lost Cal Man Cal
3 UBC (5-2, 6-2) beat Alta# Man Sask Alta Sask Man lost Reg Cal
4 Alberta (2-5, 2-6) beat Man Sask lost UBC# Cal Sask Reg UBC Reg
5 Saskatchewan (2-5, 2-6) beat Man Alta lost McM# UBC Cal Reg UBC Alta
6 Manitoba (1-6, 1-6) beat Reg lost Sask UBC Cal Alta Cal UBC

How about those Evil Monkeys! A big time butt whoopin on the Mangy Mutts pushes them up a spot. And Manitoba again came oh-so-close to another upset. But coulda shoulda woulda doesn't matter. That would have set up a big confrontation next week. Instead they will be playing spoiler.


ONTARIO

1 W. Ontario (8-0, 8-0) beat York* Gue McM Wind* Que Laur Carl Ott
2 Laurier (6-2, 6-3) beat Tor* Carl Que Wat York* McM lost Con# UWO Gue
3 McMaster (6-2, 7-2) beat Sask# Carl Ott Gue York* Tor* Wind* lost UWO Laur
4 Ottawa (5-3, 5-3) beat Gue Que York* Wind* Wat lost McM Carl UWO
5 Guelph (5-3, 7-3) beat SFX# MtA# Wind* Tor* Wat Laur Carl lost Ott UWO McM
6 Carleton (3-5, 3-6) beat Que Ott Tor* lost Lav# McM Laur Wat UWO Gue
7 Queen's (4-4, 5-4) beat McG# Wind* Wat York* Tor* lost Car Ott Laur UWO
8 Waterloo (4-4, 4-4) beat Wind* York* Tor* Carl lost Laur Gue Que Ott
9 Windsor (1-7, 1-7) beat York* lost Wat Tor* Gue UWO Ott Que McM
10 York (1-7, 1-8) beat Tor* lost Sher# UWO Wat Ott McM Laur Que Wind*
11 Toronto (1-7, 1-8) beat Wind* lost Mtl# Lau Wat Gue York* McM Carl Que

After a blah kinda season, the OUA has produced many rankings-busters in recent weeks. Good thing the OHT27 has an inspirational committee to sort this out. The Urban Cowboys get #1, and the jabronis are 9-10-11. Since the OUA does not play a full round-robin, we sort the rest by their record against one another:

Laur 4-1
McM 3-1
Ott 3-2
Gue 3-2
Carl 2-4
Que 1-3
Wat 1-4

Easy!

But the BIG NEWS is that Windsor beat York in the Jabroni Bowl. This produced a 3-way tie, and they all beat each other once. Of course, none had a win over anybody else. Windsor and York were both +9 in those games and Toronto -18. So by beating York by just enough points, they get the honour of Jabroni of the Year. York gets the honour of placing in the OUA Top Ten. And Toronto is the Big Lemon.


QUEBEC

1 Laval (6-1, 7-1) beat Car# Sher McG Con McG Sher Mtl lost Mtl
2 Montreal (5-1-1, 6-1-1) beat Tor# Con Lav Sher McG Sher lost Lav can Con
3 Concordia (3-3-1, 4-3-1) beat Lau# Sher McG McG lost Mtl Lav Sher can Mtl
4 Sherbrooke (2-6, 3-6) beat York# Con McG lost Lav Con McG Mtl Lav Mtl
5 McGill (1-6, 1-7) beat Sher lost Que# Lav Con Mtl Lav Con Sher

Both games produced an upset in games between beside each other in the standings. This caused two flips.


ATLANTIC

1 Saint Mary's (6-1, 7-1) beat Aca# SFX? Bish Aca MtA SFX Bish lost Aca
2 Acadia (6-2, 6-3) beat Bish SFX MtA Bish SFX SMU lost SMU# MtA SMU
3 Mount Allison (3-4, 4-5) beat SFX# Aca SFX Bish lost Gue# SFX Bish SMU Aca
4 St. F.X. (2-5, 2-7) beat MtA Bish lost Gue# MtA# SMU? Aca SMU MtA Aca
5 Bishop's (1-6, 1-6) beat MtA lost Aca SMU SFX Aca SMU MtA

The Cajuns got a big win, especially due to the SMUskies' penalty loss to St.FX in the official standings. But here the rankings remain unchanged.

STEP 3: THE BLEND

"CONTENDERS"
1 Calgary (7-0, 7-1) beat Alta Reg Man Sask UBC Man Reg lost Reg#
2 Laval (6-1, 7-1) beat Car# Sher McG Con McG Sher Mtl lost Mtl
3 Montreal (5-1-1, 6-1-1) beat Tor# Con Lav Sher McG Sher lost Lav can Con
4 W. Ontario (8-0, 8-0) beat York* Gue McM Wind* Que Laur Carl Ott

"THE BLOB"
5 Regina (4-3, 5-3) beat Cal# UBC Alta Sask Alta lost Cal Man Cal
6 UBC (5-2, 6-2) beat Alta# Man Sask Alta Sask Man lost Reg Cal
7 Concordia (3-3-1, 4-3-1) beat Lau# Sher McG McG lost Mtl Lav Sher can Mtl
8 Laurier (6-2, 6-3) beat Tor* Carl Que Wat York* McM lost Con# UWO Gue
9 McMaster (6-2, 7-2) beat Sask# Carl Ott Gue York* Tor* Wind* lost UWO Laur
10 Alberta (2-5, 2-6) beat Man Sask lost UBC# Cal Sask Reg UBC Reg
11 Ottawa (5-3, 5-3) beat Gue Que York* Wind* Wat lost McM Carl UWO
12 Guelph (5-3, 7-3) beat SFX# MtA# Wind* Tor* Wat Laur Carl lost Ott UWO McM
13 Saskatchewan (2-5, 2-6) beat Man Alta lost McM# UBC Cal Reg UBC Alta
14 Carleton (3-5, 3-6) beat Que Ott Tor* lost Lav# McM Laur Wat UWO Gue
15 Saint Mary's (6-1, 7-1) beat Aca# SFX? Bish Aca MtA SFX Bish lost Aca

"HAM'N'EGGERS"
16 Manitoba (1-6, 1-6) beat Reg lost Sask UBC Cal Alta Cal UBC
17 Queen's (4-4, 5-4) beat McG# Wind* Wat York* Tor* lost Car Ott Laur UWO
18 Acadia (6-2, 6-3) beat Bish SFX MtA Bish SFX SMU lost SMU# MtA SMU
19 Sherbrooke (2-6, 3-6) beat York# Con McG lost Lav Con McG Mtl Lav Mtl
20 Mount Allison (3-4, 4-5) beat SFX# Aca SFX Bish lost Gue# SFX Bish SMU Aca
21 Waterloo (4-4, 4-4) beat Wind* York* Tor* Carl lost Laur Gue Que Ott
22 St. F.X. (2-5, 2-7) beat MtA Bish lost Gue# MtA# SMU? Aca SMU MtA Aca
23 McGill (1-6, 1-7) beat Sher lost Que# Lav Con Mtl Lav Con Sher
24 Bishop's (1-6, 1-6) beat MtA lost Aca SMU SFX Aca SMU MtA

"JABRONIS"
25 Windsor (1-7, 1-7) beat York* lost Wat Tor* Gue UWO Ott Que McM
26 York (1-7, 1-8) beat Tor* lost Sher# UWO Wat Ott McM Laur Que Wind*
27 Toronto (1-7, 1-8) beat Wind* lost Mtl# Lau Wat Gue York* McM Carl Que

Neither ?near contender? could break through. So The Blob grows. The failures of McMaster and Laurier to stay above the unwashed masses in the OUA brings them back to the pack. They remain above the rest of the OUA, but the gap is really tight. A case could be made to boost Manitoba, Queen's, and Acadia into The Blob.

And hats off to the dearly departed Waterloo. They still get an unofficial ?Team of the Year? commendation fot their rise from A**clowns to Ham'n'Eggers.

NEXT UP

Oct 28 Alberta  Calgary
Oct 28 Regina  U.B.C.
Oct 28 Manitoba  Saskatchewan
Oct 28 Queen's  McMaster
Oct 28 Guelph  Ottawa
Oct 27 Laval  Concordia
Oct 28 McGill  Montreal
Oct 28 Mount Allison  Saint Mary's
Oct 28 Bishop's  St. F.X.

As we head to the final week of the season, ladies with hats and without hats show us they can work together to produce the best possible rankings. They deserve your gratitude.

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« Reply #21 on: October 31, 2017, 04:37:07 AM »

OFFICIAL HOLLYWOOD TOP 27 - WEEK 10

The regular season has now passed and the playoffs are upon us. Accordingly, this is the final OHT27 of the season. I know, it's an emotional time for everyone. So to make this special, the OHT27 committee is joined by the two Daisy Dukes: Catherine Bach from TV and Jessica Simpson from the movie. After all, this is how the ?Daisy Dukes? got their name. IMHO, high heels are an essential component of the look.


PRIOR OHT27s:
2016 - final
week 1
week 2
week 3
week 4
week 5
week 6
week 7
week 8
week 9

STEP 1: RESULTS

Canada West
Oct 28 Alberta 53 Calgary 3
Oct 28 Regina 15 U.B.C. 44
Oct 28 Manitoba 36 Saskatchewan 32

Ontario
Oct 28 Guelph 30 Ottawa 8
Oct 28 Queen's 9 McMaster 12

Quebec
Oct 27 Laval 46 Concordia 14
Oct 28 McGill 17 Montreal 27

Atlantic
Oct 28 Mount Allison 26 Saint Mary's 25
Oct 28 Bishop's 14 St. F.X. 27

STEP 2: REGIONAL RANKINGS

The rankings show each team's conference record followed by their overall record. The games marked # are non-conference games. The games marked * are games against a jabroni. The games marked ? were reversed in league standings. The games marked ∞ are playoff games.


CANADA WEST

1 Calgary (7-1, 7-2) beat Alta Reg Man Sask UBC Man Reg lost Reg# Alta
2 UBC (6-2, 7-2) beat Alta# Man Sask Alta Sask Man Reg lost Reg Cal
3 Regina (4-4, 5-4) beat Cal# UBC Alta Sask Alta lost Cal Man Cal UBC
4 Alberta (3-5, 3-6) beat Man Sask Cal lost UBC# Cal Sask Reg UBC Reg
5 Manitoba (2-6, 2-6) beat Reg Sask lost Sask UBC Cal Alta Cal UBC
6 Saskatchewan (2-6, 2-7) beat Man Alta lost McM# UBC Cal Reg UBC Alta Man

The final week was quite eventful. The Bedrock Dinos took it easy and the Monkeys capitalized for a playoff berth. I have seen many competitions where one team beats another to advance, then beats them again in the playoffs. Mr. Slate would not like that. I don't believe that I have ever seen a team fall apart quite like Sask.


ONTARIO

1 W. Ontario (8-0, 8-0) beat York* Gue McM Wind* Que Laur Carl Ott
2 Laurier (6-2, 6-3) beat Tor* Carl Que Wat York* McM lost Con# UWO Gue
3 McMaster (6-2, 8-2) beat Sask# Carl Ott Gue York* Tor* Wind* Que∞ lost UWO Laur
4 Ottawa (5-3, 5-4) beat Gue Que York* Wind* Wat lost McM Carl UWO Gue∞
5 Guelph (5-3, 8-3) beat SFX# MtA# Wind* Tor* Wat Laur Carl Ott∞ lost Ott UWO McM
6 Carleton (3-5, 3-6) beat Que Ott Tor* lost Lav# McM Laur Wat UWO Gue
7 Queen's (4-4, 5-5) beat McG# Wind* Wat York* Tor* lost Car Ott Laur UWO McM∞
8 Waterloo (4-4, 4-4) beat Wind* York* Tor* Carl lost Laur Gue Que Ott
9 Windsor (1-7, 1-7) beat York* lost Wat Tor* Gue UWO Ott Que McM
10 York (1-7, 1-8) beat Tor* lost Sher# UWO Wat Ott McM Laur Que Wind*
11 Toronto (1-7, 1-8) beat Wind* lost Mtl# Lau Wat Gue York* McM Carl Que

Nothing but quarter-final games here. Guelph jumps over Ottawa with their mild upset (on paper at least).


QUEBEC

1 Laval (7-1, 8-1) beat Car# Sher McG Con McG Sher Mtl Con lost Mtl
2 Montreal (6-1-1, 7-1-1) beat Tor# Con Lav Sher McG Sher McG lost Lav can Con
3 Concordia (3-4-1, 4-4-1) beat Lau# Sher McG McG lost Mtl Lav Sher Lav can Mtl
4 Sherbrooke (2-6, 3-6) beat York# Con McG lost Lav Con McG Mtl Lav Mtl
5 McGill (1-7, 1-8) beat Sher lost Que# Lav Con Mtl Lav Con Sher Mtl

Well, at least McGill wasn't squashed in the final game. And Montreal and Concordia get to play after having been cancelled last time. That Laval v Sherbrooke semi-final game should be a nail-biter.


ATLANTIC

1 Acadia (6-2, 6-3) beat Bish SFX MtA Bish SFX SMU lost SMU# MtA SMU
2 Saint Mary's (6-2, 7-2) beat Aca# SFX? Bish Aca MtA SFX Bish lost Aca MtA
3 Mount Allison (4-4, 5-5) beat SFX# Aca SFX Bish SMU lost Gue# SFX Bish SMU Aca
4 St. F.X. (3-5, 3-7) beat MtA Bish Bish lost Gue# MtA# SMU? Aca SMU MtA Aca
5 Bishop's (1-7, 1-7) beat MtA lost Aca SMU SFX Aca SMU MtA SFX

The Cajuns moved up by watching TV and seeing the SMUskies go for their late-season slide. Not as severe as their banjo-loving namesakes, but still not good.

STEP 3: THE BLEND


"CONTENDERS"
1 Laval (7-1, 8-1) beat Car# Sher McG Con McG Sher Mtl Con lost Mtl
2 Calgary (7-1, 7-2) beat Alta Reg Man Sask UBC Man Reg lost Reg# Alta
3 Montreal (6-1-1, 7-1-1) beat Tor# Con Lav Sher McG Sher McG lost Lav can Con
4 W. Ontario (8-0, 8-0) beat York* Gue McM Wind* Que Laur Carl Ott

"THE BLOB"
5 UBC (6-2, 7-2) beat Alta# Man Sask Alta Sask Man Reg lost Reg Cal
6 Laurier (6-2, 6-3) beat Tor* Carl Que Wat York* McM lost Con# UWO Gue
7 Regina (4-4, 5-4) beat Cal# UBC Alta Sask Alta lost Cal Man Cal UBC
8 McMaster (6-2, 8-2) beat Sask# Carl Ott Gue York* Tor* Wind* Que∞ lost UWO Laur
9 Alberta (3-5, 3-6) beat Man Sask Cal lost UBC# Cal Sask Reg UBC Reg
10 Guelph (5-3, 8-3) beat SFX# MtA# Wind* Tor* Wat Laur Carl Ott∞ lost Ott UWO McM
11 Concordia (3-4-1, 4-4-1) beat Lau# Sher McG McG lost Mtl Lav Sher Lav can Mtl
12 Ottawa (5-3, 5-4) beat Gue Que York* Wind* Wat lost McM Carl UWO Gue∞
13 Carleton (3-5, 3-6) beat Que Ott Tor* lost Lav# McM Laur Wat UWO Gue

"HAM'N'EGGERS"
14 Manitoba (2-6, 2-6) beat Reg Sask lost Sask UBC Cal Alta Cal UBC
15 Saskatchewan (2-6, 2-7) beat Man Alta lost McM# UBC Cal Reg UBC Alta Man
16 Queen's (4-4, 5-5) beat McG# Wind* Wat York* Tor* lost Car Ott Laur UWO McM∞
17 Acadia (6-2, 6-3) beat Bish SFX MtA Bish SFX SMU lost SMU# MtA SMU
18 Saint Mary's (6-2, 7-2) beat Aca# SFX? Bish Aca MtA SFX Bish lost Aca MtA
19 Mount Allison (4-4, 5-5) beat SFX# Aca SFX Bish SMU lost Gue# SFX Bish SMU Aca
20 Sherbrooke (2-6, 3-6) beat York# Con McG lost Lav Con McG Mtl Lav Mtl
21 Waterloo (4-4, 4-4) beat Wind* York* Tor* Carl lost Laur Gue Que Ott
22 St. F.X. (3-5, 3-7) beat MtA Bish Bish lost Gue# MtA# SMU? Aca SMU MtA Aca
23 McGill (1-7, 1-8) beat Sher lost Que# Lav Con Mtl Lav Con Sher Mtl
24 Bishop's (1-7, 1-7) beat MtA lost Aca SMU SFX Aca SMU MtA SFX

"JABRONIS"
25 Windsor (1-7, 1-7) beat York* lost Wat Tor* Gue UWO Ott Que McM
26 York (1-7, 1-8) beat Tor* lost Sher# UWO Wat Ott McM Laur Que Wind*
27 Toronto (1-7, 1-8) beat Wind* lost Mtl# Lau Wat Gue York* McM Carl Que

Who would've thought Alberta would shoot up the rankings? The end of the CW season was quite strange. Alberta racked up the wins, and Manitoba came very close themselves. Acadia just sat still and watched others tumble. This was a strange ending. Lots of teams in The Blob finished poorly and the question was whether to move them down, or move others up. I chose the move down.

NEXT UP

Conference Semi-Finals
Nov 04 Alberta  Calgary
Nov 04 Regina  UBC
Nov 04 Guelph  W. Ontario
Nov 04 McMaster  Laurier
Nov 04 Sherbrooke  Laval
Nov 04 Concordia  Montreal
Nov 04 bye: Acadia
Nov 04 St. F.X.  Saint Mary's

So there we have it. Hopefully the Usports moniker will lead to flag-waving university fans in Canada like there are in the USA. Let us be inspired by all the Daisy Dukes out there.
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« Reply #22 on: November 25, 2017, 11:14:41 AM »

I do not issue rankings after the regular season. But playoffs have continued and the Vanier Cup is on Saturday, November 25th at 12:00 noon on Sportsnet 360, Laval v Western Ontario.

Calgary won the CW over UBC in the final with a 59 yard field goal on the final play. W. Ontario won the OUA, Laval the RSEQ, and Acadia the AUS.

Laval beat Calgary and W. Ontario beat Acadia in the Bowl Games.

Link:
https://usports.ca/en/sports/football/m/schedule-results
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The Tiger-Cats are the reigning champions of CFL/NFL football.
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