36th Vanier Cup

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36th Vanier Cup
Ottawa Gee-Gees Regina Rams
(7-1) (4-4)
42 39
Head coach: 
Head coach: 
1234 Total
Ottawa Gee-Gees 142107 42
Regina Rams 010722 39
Date December 2, 2000
Stadium SkyDome
Location Toronto
Ted Morris Memorial Trophy Phill Côté, Ottawa
Bruce Coulter Award Scott Gordon, Ottawa
Attendance 18,209
Broadcasters
Network TSN(English)/ RDS (French)

The 36th Vanier Cup was played on December 2, 2000, at the SkyDome in Toronto, Ontario, and decided the CIAU football champion for the 2000 season. The Ottawa Gee-Gees won their second championship in school history by defeating the Regina Rams by a score of 42-39.[1]

Game summary[edit]

Ottawa Gee-Gees (42) - TDs, Côté (2), Shaver, Ajram, DiBattista (2); cons., Lee-Yaw (6).

Regina Rams (39) - TDs, Leason (2), Clermont, Hughes, Warnecke; FGs Ryan; cons., Ryan (3), Olynick.

Scoring summary[edit]

First Quarter
OTT - TD Côté 4 run (Lee-Yaw convert) (7:18)
OTT - TD Côté 3 run (Lee-Yaw convert) (10:44)
Second Quarter
REG - TD Leason 1 run (Ryan convert) (1:29)
OTT - TD Shaver 27 pass from Côté (Lee-Yaw convert) (3:50)
REG - FG Ryan 25 (7:46)
OTT - TD Arjam 15 run (Lee-Yaw convert) (9:57)
OTT - TD DiBattista 9 pass from Côté (Lee-Yaw convert) (14:57)
Third Quarter
REG - TD Leason 1 run (Ryan convert) (7:14)
Fourth Quarter
REG - TD Clermont 16 pass from Leason (Ryan convert) (0:30)
OTT - TD DiBattista 27 pass from Côté (Lee-Yaw convert) (4:21)
REG - TD Hughes 3 run (Ryan convert) (8:02)
REG - TD Warnecke 25 pass from Leason (two-point convert Olynick 5 pass from Leason) (15:00)

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