The Score and OUA are doubling up on Nov. 7, the date of the OUA football semifinals. The network's November schedule released earlier today has it down to air both semis.
The early game is slated to kick off at 1 p.m., with the second semi set for 4:30. This brings The Score to 10 broadcasts for the season, since it didn't air a Week 1 game and took Thanksgiving weekend (and given the aggregate 60-7 halftime score from the two Saturday games, maybe it was a good call).
Throw in Radio-Canada airing a QUFL semifinal and the various videocasts and CIS fans will be sitting relatively pretty.
A dream outcome would be to have all four conference championships on the Nov. 14 weekend air coast-to-coast. There is no CFL game that Saturday, so if TSN wanted to send a crew to broadcast the Hardy Cup, it could.