CIS Game of the Week: Ravens battle Gee-Gees in annual Panda Game on City

TORONTO (CIS) – The battle for football supremacy in the nation’s capital heats up Saturday as the CIS Football Game of the Week touches down at TD Place for the annual Panda Game between the No.10 nationally-ranked Carleton Ravens and the No. 7 Ottawa Gee-Gees.

The CIS Football Game of the Week, presented by Ontario University Athletics and Atlantic University Sport, will feature four exciting matchups from Sept. 17-Oct. 15, on the road to the 52nd ArcelorMittal Dofasco Vanier Cup, to be played Nov. 26 at Tim Hortons Field in Hamilton.

In a thrilling, high-scoring affair, the Ravens captured their second straight Panda Game last year, topping its cross-town rival 48-45 in double overtime. Carleton is 2-1 since the rebirth of the game in 2013– including a last-second win via hail mary two years ago – but Ottawa leads all time-series 33-14.

The national television schedule heads to Wolfville, N.S. on Oct. 15 as Acadia hosts Mount Allison for Homecoming.


CIS Football Game of the Week on City Schedule 

All games 1 p.m. ET

October 1: Ottawa @ Carleton – Panda Game, TD Place

October 15: Mount Allison @ Acadia – Homecoming

For full regional broadcast schedule click here.


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