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One thing is sure and that is the No. 1 ranked Laval Rouge et Or is favoured in
this Friday nights Vanier Cup against the McMaster Marauders in Vancouver.
McMaster, ranked fourth nationally, made it to the Vanier Cup for only the
second time in their history by defeating the ninth-ranked Acadia Axemen 45-21.
The last time was in 1967. 44 years is a long time. McMaster trailed in the
first quarter 14-0. In fact, both Uteck Bowl and Mitchell Bowl winners trailed
at the beginning; Laval being down to the Calgary Dinos 7-0. Both Laval and
McMaster went on to destroy their opponents. So we have a Vanier Cup featuring
the defending champs from Quebec, Laval and the hottest team in the country,
McMaster. McMaster has not lost a game since they dropped a 48-21 contest to
Western on September 10. They are on quite as roll having beaten in the last
three weeks Queens, Western and winning the Uteck Bowl against Acadia. They also
have the most potent offence in Canada having averaged 530 yards per game in the
regular season. The Marauders quarterback Kyle Quinlan has many weapons at
receiver such as Brad Forchesato who had 159 yards receiving in the Bowl game,
Chris Pezzetta who rushed for 147 yards and Hec Crighton candidate wide receiver
Michael DiCroce. Marauders coach Stefan Ptaszek says his team has done amazing
things this season. "They have simply played superb but there is still one game
to go and while we have accomplished a lot this season and have played very
well, there is still one game to play and win" Ptaszek told TSN.ca. While
Calgary Dinos coach Blake Nill told me that "we had to play a nearly perfect
game against Laval, and didnt," coach Ptaszek takes another approach. "I believe
if you think about not making mistakes you end up by making them." McMaster
hopes to score points. They have all season and expect to move the ball against
Laval. But, Laval has an awesome defence, Ptaszek told TSN.ca. "They have a
great front seven. They do so many things very well." The Marauders players and
head coach have a lot of confidence in their quarterback Quinlan. "He is a
veteran, a great leader and our offensive leader," says Ptaszek. Also TSN
football analyst Duane Forde believes that Quinlan will be drafted and has a
shot for a CFL career. For Laval it seems like its another day at the office.
But, this last win had a bit`of a wrinkle. Laval won a national semifinal on the
road, something they had not done much of in past years. They walked into
Calgary and took care of the Dinos, the number two team in the country and won
handily 41-10. They had lost previous semifinals to Saskatchewan, Queens and
Saint Marys. Not this time. Behind the rushing of Sebastien Levesque and a super
stingy defence this team has to be rated as the favourite to win their seventh
Vanier Cup. Laval is tied with Western, as each school has won six cups. But
Laval has done it in 15 years. They have won six Vaniers in six attempts. In
other words they are batting 100%, so if McMaster is to beat them they will
accomplish something no other university team has done. From 1999 - the year of
their first - to last year, the one factor that grabs my attention is they win
the close games, always. I served as the sideline reporter in 1999 against Saint
Marys in their initial Vanier appearance and never saw them panic. They seem
very cool under pressure. They won that 1999 game by a 14-10 score. In 2003 it
was a one TD difference as Laval beat Saint Marys 14-7. Then they beat
Saskatchewan in 2004 by only scoring one touchdown but gave up only one point in
the 7-1 win.They also took the 2006 game by a 13-8 margin against Saskatchewan.
So the Rouge et Or can win close games or destroy a team. When you analyze the
Laval Rouge et Or you quickly come to the conclusion that Laval is a powerhouse
on offence and defence. Maybe that is why they have been the team of the last 15
years and especially since 2003 where they have won five Vaniers. It seems every
year a team gets a chance to play Laval for the Vanier and they dont succeed.
Also Laval just doesnt beat itself and that is a very important factor. They
also, as their record shows, have beaten in the Vanier Cup teams from every
conference. Saint Marys twice (2000, 2003), Saskatchewan also on two occasions
(2004, 2007), Western (2008) and Calgary last year. All lost to Laval. Can
McMaster halt such a historic streak that started in 1999 with Lavals first-ever
Vanier Cup win in the SkyDome? McMaster to their credit has one small advantage
in the sense they played Laval this year. "We wanted to know where we stood
against the best team in Canada so we spent 11 hours on a bus and had an
exhibition game against them in Quebec. We lost the game but learned valuable
lessons that we plan to use this Friday," Marauders head coach Ptaszek told
TSN.ca. We shall see Friday night and you can watch it on TSN at 8:30pm
et/5:30pm pt. Alex J. can be reached at: ajw@eastlink.ca
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was right. The South Course at Torrey Pines is playing about as tough as it did
for the U.S. Open in 2008. But thats the only similarity. Woods won that U.S.
Open. He wont even have a tee time in the final round at the Farmers Insurance
Open. Gary Woodland used power to his advantage Saturday -- oddly enough,
everywhere but on the par 5s -- to pick up five birdies in his round of 2-under
70 that gave him a one-shot lead over Jordan Spieth and Marc Leishman going into
a final day that wont include Woods. Instead of getting back into the
tournament, the defending champion and eight-time winner at Torrey Pines
delivered a shocking performance. Woods went seven straight holes making bogey
or worse and wound up with a 79, matching his worst score on American soil.
Woods left town without speaking to reporters and with an "MDF" next to his
name, which probably should have been "OMG." Thats the PGA Tours acronym for
"made the cut, did not finish." Because more than 78 players advanced to the
weekend, there was a 54-hole cut for top 70 and ties. Only one other player,
club pro Michael Block, had a worse score than Woods. "You get going south on
this golf course, you can definitely put up some numbers in a hurry," Woodland
said when he heard about Woods score. "I dont think hes too concerned about it."
Theres plenty for everyone to be concerned about at Torrey Pines -- a beast of a
course, thick rough, rock-hard greens, and nearly two dozen players so close to
the lead that Sunday could be wide open. Woodland was at 8-under 208. It was the
highest 54-hole score to lead this tournament since Dave Rummells at 4-under 212
in 1993. Spieth had a one-shot lead to start the third round and it was gone
quickly. He missed a 30-inch par putt on the opening hole and took a double
bogey on No. 5. His biggest putt might have been a 6-footer for par on the 14th,
and Spieth looked confident the rest of the way to salvage a 75. Leishman had a
relatively boring round of 72 on a gorgeous day along the Pacific -- one birdie,
one bogey, 16 pars. That might be what it takes on this monster of a course that
features rough that might even make the USGA blush. "If you let bogeys worry you
on that golf course, its going to be a pretty long day," Leishman said. "You
dont have to do a whole lot wrong to have a bogey." The average score on the
South through three rounds was 74.24, compared with 74.97 during the U.S. Open.
And keep in mind, the field for the Farmers Insurance Open is almost entirely
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