Mac/UofT GDT

Anyone watching the game post comments here. Been a sloppy start for both teams but Mac was able to dominate on the ground their last drive and earned a 3-0 lead.

Can't really get a feel for the crowd but seems pretty small, not that it really matters, I know it will be packed at 6:00pm tonight.

Here is a link for anyone who wants to watch.

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Thanks 2ez!

It says here that 5,802 fans were in attendance to see Mac beat U of T 32-5.

It looks like Mac QB Asher Hastings played quite well but threw only one TD pass. He won't break his record for most TD passes in a season at that rate. Oh well.

I see that first year P/K Adam Preocanin, a graduate of Nelson High School in Burlington, went 6/6 on FG attempts, and got one from 43 yards. I understand he has some potential.

It looks like the game did turn out being an easy win for Mac. But there have been some unexpected results in the CIS so far. Wasn't Carleton defeating Western yesterday a major upset? And Windsor defeating Guelph earlier today an even bigger upset?

To be honest Mac didn't look too impressive but they pulled the win out against a scrappy Toronto team, their defense was stellar but they struggled throwing the ball vertically downfield. Great win though for Mac.

Western losing to Carleton is a massive upset on the surface, and a milestone win for the program but they are much more talented than people realize, they came into the game nationally ranked 9th nobody expects an easy game against the Ravens.

The OUA has been straight wacky though, follow the bouncing ball.

Week1
McMaster beats Carleton 40-10
Western beats Windsor 78-6
Guelph beats U of T 41-22

then this week
Carleton beats Western 38-31
Windsor beats Guelph 33-29
McMaster beats U of T 32-5

So Mac is the only undefeated team in that equation, along with Laurier (2-0) and Ottawa (1-0) ...U of T still isn't very good, you figure out the rest of the teams it's just been weird.

Next weeks Ottawa/Mac game should be a good one not to sure who will come out on top. Guelph/Queen's is another one to keep an eye on and Winsdor/York will be a telling game for each team as well with both at 1-1 and both teams getting absolutely demolished in their losses but looking rather impresive in their wins.

Been a good start, there is a lot of parity in the OUA nowadays.