CÉGEP10 (coll. div. 1) RANKINGS (8): Coming off the bye, only one team makes a move after a pretty standard week of football

1. André-Grasset Phénix (6-1)
We kept Grasset as the top dog in the division, and they proved why with a dominant showing versus Limoilou, although no doubt their cloak of invincibility has been lifted by Vanier.

2. Ch.-Lennoxville Cougars (6-1)
The Spartiates came to play some defensive football, but you’re not going to win that game very often when you’re facing Champlain.

3. Lévis-Lauzon Faucons (6-1)
It was a scary week for the Faucons after etching out an eight point win over Garneau, who we had ranked dead last in the league heading into the week. The question has never been about their offence, but it’ll be interesting to see how their defence holds up.

4. Vanier Cheetahs (5-2)
The Nomades were up to their pesky antics, but Vanier had no time coming off their biggest win of the year over Grasset. The Cheetahs were very close to moving ahead of the Faucons on the rankings, but their 58-30 loss from earlier in the year was to hard to ignore.

5. Notre-Dame-de-Foy (4-3)
And back up we go for CNDF, who once again bob above .500 after big win over Saint-Jean.

6. Vieux Montréal Spartiates (3-4)
Close losses? Close wins? Vieux Montréal has got you covered in that category. They still pose a serious threat to anyone willing to take them lightly come playoff time.

7. Limoilou Titans (3-4)
The wheels fell completely off for the Titans who could have leap frogged the Spartiates in the standings, but thankfully the three teams behind them didn’t make any ground in the playoff race.

8. Montmorency Nomades (1-6)
After getting their first win of the year, it’s back to the L column for Montmorency, but still they put up a good fight as always.

9. Garneau Élans (1-6)
They had a brief stint at the bottom of the rankings, but Garneau answered the relegation with some fire in their belly almost pulling off the upset over the Faucons.

10. Saint-Jean Géants (0-7)
After some strong showings throughout the year, Saint-Jean is a lot better than their 0-7 record, but you simply can’t ignore that goose egg when it’s sitting

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