Canada will defend its title at the NFL Global junior football tournament.
The Canadian squad qualified for the final in impressive fashion Wednesday. Canada not only won all four of its games â€? which consisted of two seven-minute halves â€? but didn't give up a point.
Canada will take on the United States in the final Sunday. The Canadians defeated the Americans to win last year's title.
The Canadian team is coached by Danny Maciocia of the Grey Cup-champion Edmonton Eskimos, who led the squad to last year's championship.
Canada began play at the Pontiac Silverdome by downing Japan 7-0. Tim Cronk had the lone touchdown on a one-yard run as defensively the Canadians allowed 78 total yards and registered three sacks.
The Canadians followed with a 13-0 win over Mexico. Josh Boden's 27-yard touchdown catch was the offensive highlight for Canada while Olivier Letourneau-Turcotte's 46-yard interception return cemented the victory.
Samuel Fournier and Matt Henry each ran for a touchdown while Boden caught a 30-yard TD strike to lead Canada to a 21-0 win over the United States. The Americans mustered just two first downs and 26 total yards offensively.
Canada capped its run with a 21-0 victory over Germany.