READ | Preseason top 10
READ | Week 1 Top 10
1 – McMaster (2-0) : WIN 68-21 vs Waterloo.
Deserve to stay on top of the rankings for as long as they keep piling up the wins. UP NEXT: at Ottawa
2 – Calgary (2-0): WIN 65-6 vs Alberta.
Really impressive thus far, they are without a doubt the team to beat in a strong CanWest conference. UP NEXT: at Manitoba
3 – Western (2-0): WIN 62-7 vs Toronto.
After 2 weeks, they have the best offense and best defence in the country (yards per game). Deserve to be in the top 3. UP NEXT: at Queens.
4 - Laval (2-0): WIN 28-22 vs Bishop’s.
I’m not impressed at all by what I’ve seen from Laval’s offense. First year starter Tristan Grenon needs to step his game up for his team to stay in top 5. UP NEXT: vs Acadia
5 – Montréal (2-0): WIN 48-10 vs Concordia.
Deserve to be ahead of Laval by what they’ve showed so far but will only move in front of their division rival with a win in their week 4 face-off. UP NEXT: vs Bishop’s
6 – Manitoba (2-0): WIN 31-28 vs Saskatchewan.
Two tight wins against stiff opposition positions the Rams as the #2 team in CanWest. UP NEXT: vs Calgary
7 – Queens (2-0) : WIN 42-16 vs Laurier.
Have been very impressive so far and could be higher in the rankings. We’ll know their worth as they host Western in week 3. UP NEXT: vs Western
8 – Acadia (1-0): WIN 21-16 vs St-Mary’s.
Great offensive performance in week 1 positions the Axemen as the top team in AUS. UP NEXT: at Laval.
9 – Regina (1-1) WIN 31-28 vs Saskatchewan.
Great come from behind win against division rival Saskatchewan. With nineteen 5th year players on team, they need to have a good season. UP NEXT: at Saskatchewan
10 – Sherbrooke (1-1) WIN 46-14 vs McGill.
Strong showing vs rising McGill Redmen shows their week 1 letdown vs Montreal was only a fluke. Or was it? UP NEXT: at St-Mary’s
OFF MVP – Sherbrooke QB Jérémi Roch bounces back with a 19 of 32, 340 yards and 4 TD performance. Reassuring.
DEF MVP - Montreal DE Jean-Samuel Blanc records 5.5 tackles, 2.5 for loss and 4 sacks. Can you say domination?
ST – Jahmeek Taylor, KR, St-Marys. 3 KR for 67yds, 10 punt returns, 181 yds and 1 TD. He’s back.