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« Reply #40 on: Thu, 26-Oct-17 @ 02:47:39PM »
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Top 5 in every category - but maybe also a measure of the quality of their opponents.
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« Reply #41 on: Fri, 27-Oct-17 @ 07:32:28AM »
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Top 5 in every category - but maybe also a measure of the quality of their opponents.

This is very true, but same could be said for each conference. There are really only two teams in the West that are worth discussing, 1 or two in Ontario and 2 in Q. Mount Allison, for instance, who is third in AUS, would most likely be a strong third in the West and Q, and top 4/5 in Ontario.
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« Reply #42 on: Fri, 27-Oct-17 @ 07:45:53AM »
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highly doubtful

Granted Calgary out west is at this point head and shoulders above, but maybe only Manitoba or Alberta - and it's a big maybe - would lose to MtA.

In Ontario. it is doubtful that any playoff team would lose to them. Guelph beat them 30-0 in preseason when starters were in.

Concordia would beat them for sure. Not sure if Sherbrooke or McGill would or would not, but interlock from previous years tells us probably not.
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« Reply #43 on: Fri, 27-Oct-17 @ 08:21:22AM »
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Come on 101, I expect better from you. Everything else was fine but leave the scrimmage games out of it. You know you can't rank a team on that.
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« Reply #44 on: Fri, 27-Oct-17 @ 08:42:32AM »
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your right but it is the only measurable we have

If the statement is that MtA would beat Saskatchewan, Regina or UBC ("only two teams in the West " and Calgary is one), Alberta and Manitoba, and the combination of Mac/Guelph/Ottawa/Queens/Carlton ("1 or two in Ontario") and Sherbrook/Concordia, which the previous poster said, I am going to argue that. The only evidence we have is what I presented.

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Mount Allison, for instance, who is third in AUS, would most likely be a strong third in the West and Q, and top 4/5 in Ontario

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« Reply #45 on: Fri, 27-Oct-17 @ 08:47:02AM »
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Granted Calgary out west is at this point head and shoulders above, but maybe only Manitoba or Alberta - and it's a big maybe - would lose to MtA.



Based on what?
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« Reply #46 on: Sat, 28-Oct-17 @ 12:10:43PM »
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Wow! Lots of short term US talent graduating from SMU this year. Big names, big players, short term solutions. Colzie best get down south and sigh
a few more for next year.
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« Reply #47 on: Sat, 04-Nov-17 @ 08:52:32PM »
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Wow! Lots of short term US talent graduating from SMU this year. Big names, big players, short term solutions. Colzie best get down south and sigh
a few more for next year.

Did you seriously think no one would check? LOL
nice try tho

http://www.smuhuskies.ca/sports/fball/2017-18/roster
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« Reply #48 on: Mon, 06-Nov-17 @ 07:58:07AM »
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Wow! Lots of short term US talent graduating from SMU this year. Big names, big players, short term solutions. Colzie best get down south and sigh
a few more for next year.

Did you seriously think no one would check? LOL
nice try tho

http://www.smuhuskies.ca/sports/fball/2017-18/roster


God, there's a guy on the other site too who thinks that this SMU team is really young just because he sees a lot of kids listed as being in their first year. I hope that you are the same guy because I'd hate to think that there are two people with such mental incapacities walking around freely. Archelaus Jack is listed as a 1st year and he turns 25 in July!!
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« Reply #49 on: Fri, 17-Nov-17 @ 12:33:47AM »
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Wow! Lots of short term US talent graduating from SMU this year. Big names, big players, short term solutions. Colzie best get down south and sigh
a few more for next year.

Did you seriously think no one would check? LOL
nice try tho

http://www.smuhuskies.ca/sports/fball/2017-18/roster


God, there's a guy on the other site too who thinks that this SMU team is really young just because he sees a lot of kids listed as being in their first year. I hope that you are the same guy because I'd hate to think that there are two people with such mental incapacities walking around freely. Archelaus Jack is listed as a 1st year and he turns 25 in July!!

So what. Where are all the players graduating from SMU?

Jack was more of an exception.  Doesn't sound like he'd attended university prior.
Looks like majority of their players are returning. SMU has many young players like Cade Istace, Cameron Valardo etc

Some players are transfers  -  having spent time on a bench, with little to no time in the CIS, others are just out of high school.  Age doesn't make them experienced

...Every coach will be out recruiting...and need to be.
Players leave, transfer, get injured, grad,
SMU aren't the only team filling in a gap with a player like Jack




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« Reply #50 on: Fri, 17-Nov-17 @ 05:58:49AM »
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Seniors day told a big tale. I'm sure that Colzie is already down in Alabama and Mississippi recruiting hard as always. He is even better off now that he knows beyond a doubt that USports will not look into anything related to eligibility and recruiting. You don't get top players from those places without sweetening the pot. You don't keep them unless you can cover up all the off field indiscretions either. A whole new style of coaching, recruiting and court room playing has come to Canadian University Sports football. Let's just hope the other teams in the AUS keep up their standards and report everything they possibly can to USports and Mr. Brown (even if he won't rule on it).
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« Reply #51 on: Fri, 17-Nov-17 @ 07:14:36AM »
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Seniors day told a big tale. I'm sure that Colzie is already down in Alabama and Mississippi recruiting hard as always. He is even better off now that he knows beyond a doubt that USports will not look into anything related to eligibility and recruiting. You don't get top players from those places without sweetening the pot. You don't keep them unless you can cover up all the off field indiscretions either. A whole new style of coaching, recruiting and court room playing has come to Canadian University Sports football. Let's just hope the other teams in the AUS keep up their standards and report everything they possibly can to USports and Mr. Brown (even if he won't rule on it).
Other AUS teams keeping up their standards...like Acadia's drug dealer...right. 
Anyway, that case is over and has nothing to do with the post...and eligibility
 and recruiting work both ways....everyone will have their eyes on everyone's team. 
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« Reply #52 on: Fri, 17-Nov-17 @ 11:40:33AM »
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Seniors day told a big tale. I'm sure that Colzie is already down in Alabama and Mississippi recruiting hard as always. He is even better off now that he knows beyond a doubt that USports will not look into anything related to eligibility and recruiting. You don't get top players from those places without sweetening the pot. You don't keep them unless you can cover up all the off field indiscretions either. A whole new style of coaching, recruiting and court room playing has come to Canadian University Sports football. Let's just hope the other teams in the AUS keep up their standards and report everything they possibly can to USports and Mr. Brown (even if he won't rule on it).
Other AUS teams keeping up their standards...like Acadia's drug dealer...right. 
Anyway, that case is over and has nothing to do with the post...and eligibility
 and recruiting work both ways....everyone will have their eyes on everyone's team. 

You are a fool! The Acadia player broke the law and was immediately let go from the team and school. This does not reflect on the schools integrity or honesty. What does reflect on a schools integrity and honesty is bringing the league to not one but two Supreme Courts in separate Provinces to force injunctions to allow a game regardless of rules and to force the league to seal any decisions on ineligibility. Every other team in Canada understands the rule, why doesn't SMU?
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« Reply #53 on: Fri, 17-Nov-17 @ 01:34:50PM »
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Seniors day told a big tale. I'm sure that Colzie is already down in Alabama and Mississippi recruiting hard as always. He is even better off now that he knows beyond a doubt that USports will not look into anything related to eligibility and recruiting. You don't get top players from those places without sweetening the pot. You don't keep them unless you can cover up all the off field indiscretions either. A whole new style of coaching, recruiting and court room playing has come to Canadian University Sports football. Let's just hope the other teams in the AUS keep up their standards and report everything they possibly can to USports and Mr. Brown (even if he won't rule on it).
Other AUS teams keeping up their standards...like Acadia's drug dealer...right. 
Anyway, that case is over and has nothing to do with the post...and eligibility
 and recruiting work both ways....everyone will have their eyes on everyone's team. 

You are a fool! The Acadia player broke the law and was immediately let go from the team and school. This does not reflect on the schools integrity or honesty. What does reflect on a schools integrity and honesty is bringing the league to not one but two Supreme Courts in separate Provinces to force injunctions to allow a game regardless of rules and to force the league to seal any decisions on ineligibility. Every other team in Canada understands the rule, why doesn't SMU?

SMU understands the rule ... or at least the coaches of their other sports teams do. It's just Colzie and a few of the administrators who were convinced to have a sip of the kool-aid. Oh, and not to mention a few others on chat boards who you could just dismiss as thick in the head.
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« Reply #54 on: Fri, 17-Nov-17 @ 06:16:37PM »
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Seniors day told a big tale. I'm sure that Colzie is already down in Alabama and Mississippi recruiting hard as always. He is even better off now that he knows beyond a doubt that USports will not look into anything related to eligibility and recruiting. You don't get top players from those places without sweetening the pot. You don't keep them unless you can cover up all the off field indiscretions either. A whole new style of coaching, recruiting and court room playing has come to Canadian University Sports football. Let's just hope the other teams in the AUS keep up their standards and report everything they possibly can to USports and Mr. Brown (even if he won't rule on it).
Other AUS teams keeping up their standards...like Acadia's drug dealer...right. 
Anyway, that case is over and has nothing to do with the post...and eligibility
 and recruiting work both ways....everyone will have their eyes on everyone's team. 

You are a fool! The Acadia player broke the law and was immediately let go from the team and school. This does not reflect on the schools integrity or honesty. What does reflect on a schools integrity and honesty is bringing the league to not one but two Supreme Courts in separate Provinces to force injunctions to allow a game regardless of rules and to force the league to seal any decisions on ineligibility. Every other team in Canada understands the rule, why doesn't SMU?

The Acadia player was not immediately let go.
He left on his own accord.
His name was taken off the roster though, as soon as the news broke.
But, you can still see the details on U sports
That action was evident

http://thechronicleherald.ca/novascotia/1520854-wolfville-man-arrested-on-drug-charges-is-former-acadia-football-player
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« Reply #55 on: Fri, 17-Nov-17 @ 11:54:56PM »
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SMU understands the rule ... or at least the coaches of their other sports teams do. It's just Colzie and a few of the administrators who were convinced to have a sip of the kool-aid. Oh, and not to mention a few others on chat boards who you could just dismiss as thick in the head.

The rule in question is a football specific rule. It does not apply to any other sport.

Colzie's understanding of the rule is the same as Greg Marshall's understanding of it.
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« Reply #56 on: Mon, 27-Nov-17 @ 01:45:07PM »
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Isn't it funny how you all label SMU the bad guys of the AUS but since the case of ineligible players against them has ended, Acadia had players arrested for drug trafficking and St. FX had players charged for rape....

I understand that both drug trafficking and rape are not topics to be comedic about but maybe you all should take a look at the other teams around the AUS before you all point the fingers at SMU for doing illegal actions.
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« Reply #57 on: Mon, 27-Nov-17 @ 04:11:59PM »
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Isn't it funny how you all label SMU the bad guys of the AUS but since the case of ineligible players against them has ended, Acadia had players arrested for drug trafficking and St. FX had players charged for rape....

I understand that both drug trafficking and rape are not topics to be comedic about but maybe you all should take a look at the other teams around the AUS before you all point the fingers at SMU for doing illegal actions.

Easy does it with the defecting SMU! You broke the rules, lawyered up and are still pulling fast moves behind closed doors. Those are facts. A troubled young man who gets caught dealing drugs who happened to play football - that is not an illegal action on the team or schools part. They cut him and let him go, no cover up required.
These "rapes" you take about....no mention of them being perpetrated by the football team, coaches, or players. Could it be they were not players? Yes, it could be. Come back to us if you find proof that they were players and that the school/team tried to cover it up.
You spout garbage. There was a few mentions on here about a certain player from your team that was allegedly caught doing something illegal and it was swept under the rug. People tend to ignore the bull$h#$ and idiots like that because it is speculation and hearsay. A rule in a book and facts are not.
Party on SMU, party on.
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« Reply #58 on: Mon, 27-Nov-17 @ 09:52:28PM »
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We will grow up when you stop raping chicks and selling crack how does that should?
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« Reply #59 on: Mon, 27-Nov-17 @ 09:54:15PM »
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