Football: Almost-final RPI standings

Yeah, we're all about RPI this weekend.

With four hours left before the Vanier starts, we might as well check the football standings, including five exhibition games, the regular season, and the playoffs up to today.

The CIS Blog RPI (through Mitchell/Uteck Bowls)
1. Laval (12-0), .626
2. Western (10-2), .617
3. Laurier (7-3), .565
4. Concordia (6-5), .564
5. Queen's (9-1), .560
6. Calgary (8-4), .556
7. Simon Fraser (6-4), .554
8. Saskatchewan (7-3), .551
9. Montreal (5-4), .546
10. Ottawa (7-5), .544

11. Saint Mary's (8-2), .531
12. Bishop's (3-6), .512
13. Sherbrooke (5-4), .507
14. Regina (5-5), .505
15. Manitoba (3-5), .486
16. Guelph (4-5), .474
17. UBC (2-6), .473
18. McMaster (4-5), .471
19. Waterloo (2-6), .467
20. McGill (0-9), .461

21. StFX (5-5), .454
22. Alberta (2-6), .453
23. Acadia (1-7), .443
24. Windsor (3-5), .442
25. Mount Allison (2-7), .431
26. Toronto (2-6), .414
27. York (0-8), .404

With limited inter-conference games, it's hard to make comparisons between (for example) McGill and Waterloo, but it's interesting that for all Toronto's improvements this year, this says they would still be in last place in every other conference. Also, Laurier seems pretty high for a team that finished 4-4, didn't look great against Waterloo, and lost in an OUA semi-final, but maybe they were better than we thought.

The 6-7-8 teams show how there was no dominating team out west this year, although if Calgary had pulled off the upset last week they'd likely be in the top 3 right now.

It is not clear whether Neate will feel better or worse after seeing #5 and #10 on this list.
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