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Author Topic: Winnipeg ready for Ottawa!!  (Read 537 times)
Bang Bang!
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« on: Fri, 21-Jul-17 @ 11:08:35AM »
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3 weeks in counting when the Rifles visit the Ottawa team!! These OFC teams won't know what hit 'em when the west visits the east!! Should be a fun trip, always wanted to visit the
Parliament building.
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Interesting
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« Reply #1 on: Fri, 21-Jul-17 @ 02:23:27PM »
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Should be an interesting game to say the least. All these crossover games will really show the difference between the provincial programs.
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Wake up call
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« Reply #2 on: Sun, 13-Aug-17 @ 12:42:44PM »
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Should be an interesting game to say the least. All these crossover games will really show the difference between the provincial programs.

Based on yesterday's results the OFC has no business being part of the CJFL. Embarrassing to say the least.
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Cjfl
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« Reply #3 on: Mon, 14-Aug-17 @ 08:34:15AM »
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Ofc does appear to be the weakest division but Saskatoon beat okanagun 58-2 during inter conference play last season.  
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Chip Dufrat
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« Reply #4 on: Mon, 14-Aug-17 @ 10:41:10PM »
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Wow, is all I can say. Winnipeg sure beat them alright. Even the Huskies handled the Fratmen quite easily. We will have to wait and see how the Thunder and the Wildcats make out against the Hurricanes  as well as the Beefeaters and the colts. Sooners have the Hilltops too. Could the west really be that much stronger? Looks like it so far, but many games yet to play.
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West
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« Reply #5 on: Tue, 15-Aug-17 @ 06:45:41AM »
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The west is that much stronger . The west has some great programs the ofc is a two horse race Hamilton and Windsor. No other is a threat at all . Ottawa is gonna to get waxed by hilltoppers .......Ottawa might not have a team by the end of Sept. Coaching is a real problem in Ottawa
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Sooners defense watch
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« Reply #6 on: Sun, 20-Aug-17 @ 01:16:45PM »
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Winnipeg 51
Hamilton 33

Total 84
42 per game

Just over 10 per quarter

This team is giving up 2 scores a quarter

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Losing
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« Reply #7 on: Sun, 20-Aug-17 @ 02:33:52PM »
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Sooners lost again last night though they were able to make it a game once Hamilton put their backups in.

What is with the lack of fans and atmosphere at Sooners games?

Sooners travel to Saskatchewan this weekend where the wheels are really about to come off.

What happens if the Sooners finish winless? Back down to the Q?
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Sooners
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« Reply #8 on: Sun, 20-Aug-17 @ 05:30:41PM »
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Sooners +78 vs Hilltoppers


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but kicked
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« Reply #9 on: Mon, 28-Aug-17 @ 12:26:16PM »
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Sooners got a whooping. lol

Shouldn't be talking like they are all that.

They will end up 0-8.
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« Reply #10 on: Mon, 28-Aug-17 @ 01:27:06PM »
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78 point underdogs .....no said sooners were good infact the opposite was said many many timesover
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