Last weekend, Canadian football fans had a lot to be happy about.
First, they were treated to one of the best Vanier Cups of all time.
Then, the Canadian Football League’s (CFL’s) biggest prize, The Grey Cup, was also awarded.
On Friday, two very different teams competed for the Vanier Cup, the trophy for Canadian Inter-university Sport (CIS) football.
Laval, the defending champions, boasted an incredible defense which allowed opponents a measly 12 points a game throughout the 2011 season.
McMaster, which hadn’t appeared in the CIS final in 41 years, possessed a strong offense featuring one of the league’s top quarterbacks, Kyle Quinlan.