- Laval 3-0 (ranked No. 1)
- Montreal 2-1 (ranked No. 6)
- Sherbrooke 2-1
- Bishop's 1-2
- McGill 1-2
- Concordia 0-3
- Laval: What is there to say? They have been the best team in the country so far this season and their defence is just outstanding. Any holes that we may have thought existed - the offensive line ,perhaps - have been squashed, at least so far.
- Montreal: Take last week's loss to Laval with a grain of salt. They had both of their quarterbacks out of the game, and it's a testament to their defence that they kept the game so close. I would expect a closer result if they were to go to PEPS for the Dunsmore Cup. Their defence is really good, and running back Rotrand Sene is fun to watch.
- Sherbrooke: RB Pascal Fils is leading this team after gaining almost 300 yards against the Stingers, and they would be 3-0 if it weren't for a shocking loss to McGill. The win against Concordia was significant, but even bigger will be the rematch at Loyola in two weeks. While Sherbrooke has never lost to Concordia at home, they have never beaten them on the road...
- Bishop's: A big win against McGill last week propels them and proves that there is life after Jamall Lee. Although they are a young team, they have some great talent including Harrison Maloney and Steven Turner - both QUFL players of the week this week.
- McGill: As good as Jonathan Collin has been, Andrew Hamilton is showing just how good he can be. He had a season at Concordia where he was dangerous every time he touched the ball. After a year on the Alouettes practice roster and a year off, he is showing he is still just as dangerous. A major reason McGill is not winless.
- Concordia: I'll be the first to admit that I am a little surprised that Concordia is 0-3, but at the same time I'm not. Concordia is breaking in a very young offensive line and a very young defence and had to start off their season with a Laval-Montreal-Sherbrooke trifecta - their hardest games of the season.
Saturday, 1 p.m. - No. 7 St. FX (2-0) at Concordia (0-3)
Saturday, 1 p.m. - Acadia (1-1) at No. 6 Montreal (2-1), Radio-Canada
Saturday, 2 p.m. - McGill (1-2) at Mount Allison (0-2)
Saturday, 2 p.m. - Sherbrooke (2-1) at No. 9 Saint Mary's (1-1), EastLink
Sunday, 1 p.m. - Bishop's (1-2) at No. 1 Laval (3-0)