CIS Football Top 10 (Week #6)

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CIS Football Top 10 (#6)

Voting is based on a 10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 basis, with a first-place vote worth 10 points. The CIS Football Top Ten Committee is made up of 15 media members from across Canada. A total of 10 national rankings will be released for the 2006 season, with the final Top 10 being released once all teams have completed the regular season.

Pts (1st place) Last week
1. Laval (4-0) 150 (15) 1
2. Saskatchewan (5-0) 132 2
3. McMaster (5-0) 121 3
4. Manitoba (4-0) 100 4
5. Ottawa (4-1) 87 5
6. Concordia (4-0) 80 6
7. Laurier (4-1) 58 7
8. Montreal (2-2) 40 8
9. Alberta (3-2) 22 10
10. UBC (2-2) 13 NR

[05-10-2006,02:52]
Anonymous
(in reply to: CIS Football Top 10 (Week #6))
UofT haven´t win a game since 2001, i think.

And as a UofT student, I´m rather proud of it.

We got a damn unique streak going, baby.

[05-10-2006,02:53]
Anonymous
(in reply to: CIS Football Top 10 (Week #6))
replied 2 himself
[05-10-2006,05:29]
Anonymous
(in reply to: CIS Football Top 10 (Week #6))
U of T sure doesn´t have any cool guys if their football program has stunk for years.

It proves U of T may be the largest university in Canada, but far from the best at everything.

U of T = School of Geeks

[05-10-2006,06:50]
Anonymous
(in reply to: CIS Football Top 10 (Week #6))
No UofT student would argue that their school is the best at any kind of sport.

UofT does do well in the rifle/revolver competitions but there´s only like 3 other competitors in Ontario (RMC, IBM, CN Rail).

Do any other schools in Canada have shooting clubs?

[05-10-2006,18:04]
Anonymous
(in reply to: CIS Football Top 10 (Week #6))
concordia smoked mgcill today....
[07-10-2006,17:37]
Anonymous



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