1 – McMaster (8-0) : Bye
The. Top. Team. Period.
2 – Laval (8-1): WIN 32-19 vs Concordia
They win (again) the conference title in the RSEQ. Their semifinal matchup versus the Redmen will not be a walk in the park but expect them to host another Dunsmore cup 2 weeks from now.
3 – Montréal (8-1): WIN 37-7 vs Bishop’s
A very convincing win to close out the season. Will they be able to beat the Vert&Or for a third time this season in the RSEQ semifinals?
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4 – Calgary (7-1): WIN 78-54 vs Manitoba
At halftime, it was 63-14 for the Dinos. Safe to say they bounced back in high fashion.
5 – Regina (6-2): WIN 19-0 vs Alberta
With Marc Mueller back at QB, they’re the only team out west who can compete with the Dinos.
6 – Guelph (7-1): Bye
Will host a playoff game next week vs Queens. We’ll see if they’re in the big leagues yet.
7 - Queen’s (6-2): Bye
They have a chance to prove they’re legit with next week’s semifinal matchup at Guelph. QB Billy McPhee needs to take good care of the football.
8 – Western (5-3): Bye
If they can run against MAC, they have a shot. If not, it’s gonna be a long day for the ‘stangs.
9 – Sherbrooke (6-3): WIN 30-17 vs McGill
Second year pivot Jérémi Doyon-Roch is phenomenal with a 18 TD 3 INT ratio to close out the season. If only they could run the ball with more success…
10 – Acadia (7-1): WIN 45-24 vs Mount-Allison
Kyle Graves had yet another explosive performance in his team’s win, going 24-38 for 292 yards and 4 TDs.