2012 CIS football season

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2012 CIS football season
Regular season
Duration August 31, 2012 – October 27, 2012
Playoffs
Start date October 27, 2012
Hardy Cup Calgary Dinos2012-11-10
Yates Cup McMaster Marauders2012-11-10
Dunsmore Cup Laval Rouge et Or2012-11-10
Loney Bowl Acadia Axemen2012-11-10
Mitchell Bowl McMaster Marauders2012-11-17
Uteck Bowl Laval Rouge et Or2012-11-17
Vanier Cup
Date November 23, 2012
Site Toronto, Ontario
Champions Laval Rouge et Or
2011  CIS football seasons  2013

The 2012 CIS football season began on August 31, 2012 with the Saskatchewan Huskies hosting the Alberta Golden Bears at Griffiths Stadium. The season concluded on November 23 in Toronto, Ontario with the 48th Vanier Cup championship, won by the Laval Rouge et Or after they defeated the McMaster Marauders 37-14.[1] This year, 26 university teams in Canada are scheduled to play Canadian Interuniversity Sport football, the highest level of amateur Canadian football.

Regular season standings[edit]

2012 Canada West standings
          
Team (Rank) W   L PTS Playoff Spot
#2 Calgary 7 - 1 14
#7 Regina 6 - 2 12 X
Saskatchewan 5 - 3 10 X
#10 Manitoba 4 - 4 8 X
UBC 2 - 6 4
Alberta 0 - 8 0
† – Conference Champion
Rankings: CIS Top 10
2012 OUA standings
Team (Rank) W   L PTS   Playoff Spot
#1 McMaster 8 - 0 16  
#5 Guelph 7 - 1 14   X
#6 Queen's 6 - 2 12   X
#8 Western 5 - 3 10   X
Windsor 3 - 5 6   X
Laurier 3 - 5 6   X
York 2 - 6 4  
Ottawa 2 - 6 4  
Toronto 2 - 6 4  
Waterloo 2 - 6 4  
† – Conference Champion
Rankings: CIS Top 10
2012 RSEQ standings
  Overall       Conf  
Team (Rank) W   L PTS   W   L Playoff Spot
#2 Laval 8 - 1 16   7 - 1
#4 Montreal 8 - 1 16   8 - 1 X
Sherbrooke 6 - 3 12   5 - 3 X
McGill 2 - 7 4   1 - 7 X
Bishop'sb 2 - 7 4   2 - 7
Concordiaa 1 - 8 2   1 - 7
† – Conference Champion
Rankings: CIS Top 10
a - Forfeited 2 wins for ineligible player.
b - Forfeited two game for use of an ineligible player. One game against Montreal was a loss and the result unchanged. The other game was previously forfeited by Concordia and was recorded as a double forfeit of 0-0.
2012 AUS standings
  Overall       Conf  
Team (Rank) W   L PTS   W   L Playoff Spot
#9 Acadia 7 - 1 14   7 - 0
Saint Mary's 3 - 5 6   3 - 4 X
Mount Allison 3 - 5 6   3 - 4 X
St. FXa 2 - 6 4   1 - 6
† – Conference Champion
Rankings: CIS Top 10
a - Awarded a win over Concordia due to the Stingers using an ineligible player.

Top 10[edit]

FRC-CIS Top 10 Rankings
1[2] 2[3] 3[4] 4[5] 5[6] 6[7] 7[8] 8[9] 9[10] 10[11]
Acadia Axemen 9 (51) 9 (51) 8 (76) 11 (19) 11 (21) 10 (41) 10 (43) 9 (53) 9 (39) 9 (48)
Alberta Golden Bears NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR
Bishop's Gaiters NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR
Calgary Dinos 3 (246-1) 3 (249) 2 (256) 2 (267-1) 2 (268-1) 2 (270-1) 2 (268-1) 2 (270-1) 3 (225) 3 (229)
Concordia Stingers 15 (3) 13 (5) NR 14 (1) NR NR NR NR NR NR
Guelph Gryphons 13 (23) 14 (2) 12 (13) 13 (5) 12 (17) 9 (50) 7 (114) 5 (177) 5 (169) 5 (167)
Laurier Golden Hawks 16 (2) NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR
Laval Rouge et Or 2 (257-4) 2 (256) 3 (224) 4 (220) 4 (223) 4 (220) 3 (243) 3 (238) 2 (266) 2 (266)
Manitoba Bisons 14 (6) 10 (44) 7 (126) 8 (89) 8 (92) 8 (87) 8 (94) 10 (22) 10 (28) 12 (7)
McGill Redmen NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR
McMaster Marauders 1 (294-25) 1 (300-30) 1 (300-30) 1 (299-29) 1 (299-29) 1 (299-29) 1 (299-29) 1 (299-29) 1 (300-30) 1 (300-30)
Montreal Carabins 4 (180) 4 (220) 4 (210) 3 (231) 3 (223) 3 (236) 5 (180) 4 (212) 4 (224) 4 (219)
Mount Allison Mounties NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR
Ottawa Gee-Gees NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR
Queen's Golden Gaels 6 (121) 6 (156) 6 (160) 5 (184) 5 (162) 5 (175) 4 (190) 6 (161) 6 (140) 6 (146)
Regina Rams 12 (35) 12 (8) 10 (31) 9 (70) 7 (129) 6 (157) 6 (146) 8 (84) 7 (139) 7 (138)
Saint Mary's Huskies NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR
Saskatchewan Huskies 8 (81) 8 (93) 9 (39) 7 (89) 10 (25) 13 (3) NR 11 (18) 12 (4) 11 (9)
Sherbrooke Vert et Or 11 (45) 15 (1) 11 (14) 10 (35) 9 (32) 11 (10) 11 (7) 12 (16) 11 (27) 10 (33)
St. Francis Xavier X-Men NR NR 14 (2) NR NR NR NR NR NR NR
Toronto Varsity Blues NR 16 (1) NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR
UBC Thunderbirds 7 (100) 11 (12) NR 15 (1) NR NR NR NR NR NR
Waterloo Warriors NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR
Western Mustangs 5 (142) 5 (161) 5 (177) 6 (141) 6 (143) 7 (115) 9 (48) 7 (98) 8 (89) 8 (88)
Windsor Lancers 10 (50) 7 (95) 13 (4) 12 (6) 13 (1) 12 (5) NR NR NR NR
York Lions NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR

Ranks in italics are teams not ranked in the top 10 poll but received votes.
NR = Not Ranked, received no votes.
Number in parentheses denotes number votes, after the dash number of first place votes.


Championships[edit]

The Vanier Cup is played between the champions of the Mitchell Bowl and the Uteck Bowl, the national semi-final games. In 2012, according to the rotating schedule, the Atlantic conference Loney Bowl champions (Acadia Axemen) met the Dunsmore Cup Quebec championship team (Laval Rouge et Or) for the Uteck Bowl. The Laval Rouge et Or defeated the Acadia Axemen in this game. The winners of the Canada West conference Hardy Trophy (Calgary Dinos) visited the Ontario conference's Yates Cup champion (McMaster Marauders) for the Mitchell Bowl.[1][12][13] The Laval Rouge et Or defeated the McMaster Marauders 37-14 in the Vanier Cup to earn their seventh title.

Playoff bracket[edit]

Conference Quarter-finals Conference Semi-finals Conference Championships National Semi-finals 48th Vanier Cup
      
          Saskatchewan Huskies 9  
          Regina Rams 31  
            Regina Rams 14  
          Calgary Dinos 38  
          Manitoba Bisons 18  
          Calgary Dinos 57  
            Calgary Dinos 6  
          McMaster Marauders 45  
          Queen's Golden Gaels 39  
 Laurier Golden Hawks 0      Guelph Gryphons 42  
 Queen's Golden Gaels 34      Guelph Gryphons 13
          McMaster Marauders 30  
          Western Ontario Mustangs 28  
 Windsor Lancers 35      McMaster Marauders 42  
 Western Ontario Mustangs 56        McMaster Marauders 14
          Laval Rouge et Or 37
          Saint Mary's Huskies 49
          Mount Allison Mounties 11  
          Saint Mary's Huskies 9
          Acadia Axemen 17  
               
               
          Acadia Axemen 7  
          Laval Rouge et Or 42  
          Sherbrooke Vert et Or 42       
          Montreal Carabins 24       
          Sherbrooke Vert et Or 17
          Laval Rouge et Or 40  
          McGill Redmen 9
          Laval Rouge et Or 46  
      

Post-Season Awards[edit]

CIS Post-Season Awards
Quebec[14] Ontario[14] Atlantic[14] Canada West[14] NATIONAL
Hec Crighton Trophy Rotrand Sené (Montreal) Kyle Quinlan (McMaster) Kyle Graves (Acadia) Eric Dzwilewski (Calgary) Kyle Quinlan (McMaster)[14]
Presidents' Trophy Frédéric Plesius (Laval) Aram Eisho (McMaster) Brett Hubbeard (St. Francis Xavier) Mike Edem (Calgary) Frédéric Plesius (Laval)[14]
J. P. Metras Trophy Jean-Samuel Blanc (Montreal) Ben D'Aguilar (McMaster) Rob Jubenville (Saint Mary’s) Brett Jones (Regina) Ben D'Aguilar (McMaster)[14]
Peter Gorman Trophy Shaquille Johnson (McGill) Yannick Harou (Western) Thomas Troop (Acadia) Brett Blaszko (Calgary) Shaquille Johnson (McGill)[14]
Russ Jackson Award David Haddrall (Bishop’s) Zach Androschuk (Guelph) Matthew Albright (Saint Mary’s) Brett Jones (Regina) Zach Androschuk (Guelph)[15]
Frank Tindall Trophy Glen Constantin (Laval) Stefan Ptaszek (McMaster) Jeff Cummins (Acadia) Blake Nill (Calgary) Stefan Ptaszek (McMaster)[15]

All-Canadian Team[edit]

First Team[edit]

Offence
Kyle Quinlan, QB, McMaster
Garrett Sanvido, RB, Western
Steven Lumbala, RB, Calgary
Kit Hillis, WR, Saskatchewan
Nick Anapolsky, WR, Waterloo
Jordan Brescacin, IR, Windsor
Michael Squires, IR, Acadia
Pierre Lavertu, C, Laval
Kirby Fabien, OT, Calgary
Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, OT, McGill
Jason Medeiros, G, McMaster
Brett Jones, G, Regina
Defence
David Rybinski, DT, Saskatchewan
Daryl Waud, DT, Western
Ben D'Aguilar, DE, McMaster
Jean-Samuel, DE, Blanc Montreal
Aram Eisho, LB, McMaster
Frédéric Plesius, LB, Laval
Mathieu Masseau, SAM, Laval
Teague Sherman, FS, Manitoba
Tijani Chase-Dunawa, HB, Queen’s
Kirby Kezama, HB, Regina
Jamir Walker, CB, Regina
Joey Cupido, CB, McMaster
Special Teams
Kyle Graves, P, Acadia
Tyler Crapigna, K, McMaster
Nic Demski, RET, Manitoba

Second Team[edit]

Offence
Kyle Graves, QB, Acadia
Anthony Coombs, RB, Manitoba
Ryan Granberg, RB, Queen's
Shaquille Johnson, WR, McGill
Taylor Renaud, WR, Acadia
Chris Dobko, IR, Calgary
Robert Babic, IR, McMaster
Quinn McCaughan, C, Calgary
Matt Sewell, OT, McMaster
Christopher Mercer, OT, Regina
Charles Vaillancourt, G, Laval
Colin Murray, G, Acadia
Defence
Jacob LeBlanc, DT, Mount Allison
John Miniaci, DT, Queen’s
Arnaud Gascon-Nadon, DE, Laval
Rob Jubenville, DE, Saint Mary's
Sam Sabourin, LB, Queen’s
Brett Hubbeard, LB, St Francis Xavier
Steve Famulak, LB, Regina
Michael Daly, FS, McMaster
Antoine Pruneau, HB, Montreal
Cameron Wade, HB, Acadia
Kayin Marchand-Wright, CB, Saint Mary’s
Fode Yansane, CB, Montreal
Special Teams
Chris Bodnar, P, Regina
Johnny Mark, K, Calgary
Kris Robertson, RET, Concordia

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Teams[edit]

Canada West Football Conference
Hardy Trophy
Institution Team City Province First season Head coach Enrollment Endowment Football stadium Capacity
University of British Columbia Thunderbirds Vancouver BC 1923 Shawn Olson 43,579 $1.05B Thunderbird Stadium 3,500
University of Calgary Dinos Calgary AB 1964 Blake Nill 28,196 $516.7M McMahon Stadium 35,650
University of Alberta Golden Bears Edmonton AB 1910 Jeff Stead 36,435 $800.3M Foote Field 3,500
University of Saskatchewan Huskies Saskatoon SK 1912 Brian Towriss 19,082 $214M Griffiths Stadium 6,171
University of Regina Rams Regina SK 1999 Frank McCrystal 12,800 $27.4M Mosaic Stadium 32,848
University of Manitoba Bisons Winnipeg MB 1920 Brian Dobie 27,599 $357M University Stadium 5,000
Ontario University Athletics
Yates Cup
Institution Team City Province First season Head coach Enrollment Endowment Football stadium Capacity
University of Windsor Lancers Windsor ON 1968 Joe D'Amore 13,496 $65.3M South Campus Stadium 2,000
University of Western Ontario Mustangs London ON 1929 Greg Marshall 30,000 $371.7M TD Waterhouse Stadium 10,000
University of Waterloo Warriors Waterloo ON 1957 Joe Paopao 27,978 $247.3M Warrior Field 5,200
Wilfrid Laurier University Golden Hawks Waterloo ON 1961 Gary Jeffries 12,394 $70.1M University Stadium 6,000
University of Guelph Gryphons Guelph ON 1950 Stu Lang 19,408 $228.2M Alumni Stadium 4,100
McMaster University McMaster Marauders Hamilton ON 1901 Stefan Ptaszek 25,688 $519.2M Ron Joyce Stadium 6,000
University of Toronto Varsity Blues Toronto ON 1877 Greg Gary 73,185 $1.518B Varsity Stadium 5,000
York University Lions Toronto ON 1969 Warren Craney 42,400 $331.1M York Stadium 2,500
Queen's University Golden Gaels Kingston ON 1882 Pat Sheahan 20,566 $584.4M Richardson Stadium 10,258
University of Ottawa Gee-Gees Ottawa ON 1894 Gary Etcheverry 35,548 $183.9M Beckwith Stadium 1,500
Quebec University Football League
Dunsmore Cup
Institution Team City Province First season Head coach Enrollment Endowment Football stadium Capacity
Concordia University Stingers Montreal QC 1974 Gerry McGrath 38,809 --- Concordia Stadium 4,000
Université de Montréal Carabins Montreal QC 2002 Danny Maciocia 55,540 $133.9 CEPSUM Stadium 5,100
McGill University Redmen Montreal QC 1898 Clint Uttley 32,514 $920.8M Molson Stadium 25,012
Université Laval Rouge et Or Quebec City QC 1996 Glen Constantin 37,591 --- PEPS Stadium 12,257
Université de Sherbrooke Vert et Or Sherbrooke QC 1971 David Lessard 35,000 --- Université de Sherbrooke Stadium 3,359
Bishop's University Gaiters Sherbrooke QC 1884 Kevin Mackey 1,817 --- Coulter Field 2,200
Atlantic University Football Conference
Jewett Trophy
Institution Team City Province First season Head coach Enrollment Endowment Football stadium Capacity
Acadia University Axemen Wolfville NS 1957 Jeff Cummins 3,770 $57.4M Raymond Field 3,000
Mount Allison University Mounties Sackville NB 1955 Kelly Jeffrey 2,614 $111.1M MacAulay Field 2,500
Saint Francis Xavier University X-Men Antigonish NS 1954 Gary Waterman 4,871 $90.05M Oland Stadium 4,000
Saint Mary's University Huskies Halifax NS 1956 Perry Marchese 7,433 $22.7M Huskies Stadium 4,000

References[edit]

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  9. ^ http://english.cis-sic.ca/sports/fball/2012-13/releases/20121016-top10-8 FRC – CIS Football Top 10 (#8): McMaster still No. 1, Montreal and Guelph win Top-10 battles
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  13. ^ "RSEQ unveils 2012 football schedule". Canadian Interuniversity Sport. 2012-02-20. Retrieved 2012-04-18. 
  14. ^ a b c d e f g h McMaster’s Quinlan claims Hec Crighton Trophy
  15. ^ a b Ptaszek named top coach, Androschuk claims Russ Jackson Award
  16. ^ http://english.cis-sic.ca/sports/fball/2012-13/releases/all-cdns AMJ Campbell All-Canadian banquet: All-Canadian teams announced