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THE OFFICIAL HOLLYWOOD TOP 27 ... 2011 EDITION

Post by Hollywood2 » Mon Sep 05, 2011 8:45 pm

OFFICIAL HOLLYWOOD TOP 27 - WEEK 1

I know that everybody has been waiting for this. In fact, ISP's all over Canada may well explode because the OHT27 for week #1 is HERE!

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The prior OHT27's are here: FINAL OHT27 2010

STEP 1: WEEK 1 RESULTS
  • August 27 - Exhibition
    Calgary 49 Alberta 14
    Regina 15 Manitoba 7
    Menlo 39 UBC 13
    Saskatchewan 34 Windsor 23
    Bishop's 33 York 15
    McGill 37 Ottawa 14
    Concordia 23 Guelph 21
    Laval 24 McMaster 10

    September 2 to 5

    AUS - exhibition
    Saint Mary's 52 Acadia 3
    St Francis-Xavier 23 Mount Allison 0

    CW
    Calgary 35 Manitoba 31
    UBC 21 Regina 10
    Alberta 7 Saskatchewan 38

    QSSF
    McGill 13 Montreal 24
    Laval 36 Concordia 8
    Sherbrooke 25 Bishop's 23

    OUA
    Toronto 5 Windsor 38
    Laurier 46 York 7
    Ottawa 35 Guelph 8
    McMaster 26 Queen's 2
    Waterloo 22 W. Ontario 86
STEP 2: REGIONAL RANKINGS

The rankings show each team's conference record followed by their overall record. The games marked # are non-conference games. The games marked * are games against a jabroni.
  • CANADA WEST

    1 Calgary (1-0, 2-0) beat Alta# Man
    2 Saskatchewan (1-0, 2-0) beat Wind# Alta
    3 UBC (1-0, 1-1) beat Reg; lost to Men#
    4 Regina (0-1, 1-1) beat Man#; lost to UBC
    5 Manitoba (0-1, 0-2) lost to Reg# Calg
    6 Alberta (0-1, 0-2) lost to Calg# Sask

    The CW ratings could go any one of a number of ways. The Evil Monkeys are clearly #6. Regina without their QB may be in tough, true. But they did beat Manitoba by 8 and Calgary beat them by 4. It is also hard to gauge UBC's loss to Menlo coupled with a win over a QB-less Regina. And, it could be said that #5 Manitoba's results compare quite well to #2 Sask's results. So these rankings could change dramatically in week #2.

    ONTARIO

    1 McMaster (1-0, 1-1) beat Que; lost to Lav#
    2 W. Ontario (1-0) beat Wat
    3 Ottawa (1-0, 1-1) beat Gue; lost to McG#
    4 Windsor (1-0, 1-1) beat Tor; lost to Sask#
    5 Laurier (1-0) beat York
    6 Queen's (0-1) lost to McM
    7 Guelph (0-1, 0-2) lost to Conc# Ott
    8 Toronto (0-1) lost to Wind
    9 York (0-1, 0-2) lost to Bish# Laur
    10 Waterloo (0-1) lost to UWO

    The pre-season results were better than usual for the 5 teams who participated, but for Ottawa. This gave me hope that this would be a more competitive season. But the results of week #1 were grim. Waterloo can be excused after a year off. Their ticket to Jabroniville has been punched and I expect them to arrive by this time next week. York's half-decent exhibition loss to Bishop's has bought them another week. Toronto's big loss to Windsor either shows that Windsor's decent loss to Sask has raised them a level or that Toronto remain the jabronis we have grown to pity. The five winners can be placed in any order at this point. Subsequent weeks will help us define this week's results.

    QUEBEC/ATLANTIC

    1 Laval (1-0, 2-0) beat McM# Con
    2 Montreal (1-0) beat McG
    3 Sherbrooke (1-0) beat Bish
    4 McGill (0-1, 1-1) beat Ott#; lost to Mtl
    5 Saint Mary's (0-0, 1-0) beat Aca#
    6 Bishop's (1-1) beat York#; lost to Sher
    7 Concordia (0-1, 1-1) beat Gue#; lost to Lav
    8 St. F-X (0-0, 1-0) beat MtA#
    9 Mt. Allison (0-0, 0-1) lost to SFX#
    10 Acadia (0-0, 0-1) lost to SMU#

    The AUS teams just have exhibition games to their credit, and every QSSF team has at least an exhibition win to their credit. While SMU had a big win over Acadia, I coukld not give that game more credit that McGill's win over Ottawa coupled with a respectable decision against Montreal. The rest just kind of fell into place.
STEP 3: THE BLEND
  • "STATUS TO BE DETERMINED"

    1 Laval (1-0, 2-0) beat McM# Con
    2 Calgary (1-0, 2-0) beat Alta# Man
    3 Saskatchewan (1-0, 2-0) beat Wind# Alta
    4 Montreal (1-0) beat McG
    5 McMaster (1-0, 1-1) beat Que; lost to Lav#

    6 W. Ontario (1-0) beat Wat
    7 UBC (1-0, 1-1) beat Reg; lost to Men#
    8 Regina (0-1, 1-1) beat Man#; lost to UBC
    9 Sherbrooke (1-0) beat Bish
    10 McGill (0-1, 1-1) beat Ott#; lost to Mtl

    11 Saint Mary's (0-0, 1-0) beat Aca#
    12 Ottawa (1-0, 1-1) beat Gue; lost to McG#
    13 Bishop's (1-1) beat York#; lost to Sher
    14 Manitoba (0-1, 0-2) lost to Reg# Calg
    15 Windsor (1-0, 1-1) beat Tor; lost to Sask#

    16 Laurier (1-0) beat York
    17 Concordia (0-1, 1-1) beat Gue#; lost to Lav
    18 St. F-X (0-0, 1-0) beat MtA#
    19 Mt. Allison (0-0, 0-1) lost to SFX#
    20 Queen's (0-1) lost to McM

    21 Guelph (0-1, 0-2) lost to Conc# Ott
    22 Alberta (0-1, 0-2) lost to Calg# Sask
    23 Toronto (0-1) lost to Wind
    24 York (0-1, 0-2) lost to Bish# Laur
    25 Acadia (0-0, 0-1) lost to SMU#

    26 Waterloo (0-1) lost to UWO


    "A**CLOWNS"

    27 Simon Fraser (0-0)


    Yes, it is too early to divide teams into Contenders, The Blob, Ham 'n Eggers, and Jabronis. But you will notice a brand-new category for Simon Fraser. HA! Chris Jericho would be proud to see his term being reinvigorated like this.
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Re: THE OFFICIAL HOLLYWOOD TOP 27 ... 2011 EDITION

Post by Hollywood2 » Sun Sep 11, 2011 10:13 am

OFFICIAL HOLLYWOOD TOP 27 - WEEK 2

Since there were no Sunday games on this week's schedule you get the enlightenment provided by the OHT27 a little earlier this week. Why not call your Mom and discuss it with her?

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The prior OHT27's are here: WEEK 1

STEP 1: WEEK 2 RESULTS
  • Sep. 9
    Mount Allison 14 Saint Mary's 54
    Sherbrooke 39 McGill 13
    Regina 10 Saskatchewan 33
    UBC 25 Calgary 30

    Sep. 10
    Acadia 43 StFX 10
    Concordia 25 Bishop's 18
    Montreal 14 Laval 24
    Toronto 10 York 8
    W. Ontario 48 McMaster 21
    Queen's 6 Ottawa 19
    Guelph 65 Waterloo 13
    Windsor 41 Laurier 40
    Manitoba 22 Alberta 20
STEP 2: REGIONAL RANKINGS

The rankings show each team's conference record followed by their overall record. The games marked # are non-conference games. The games marked * are games against a jabroni.
  • CANADA WEST

    1 Calgary (2-0, 3-0) beat Alta# Man UBC
    2 Saskatchewan (2-0, 3-0) beat Wind# Alta Reg
    3 UBC (1-1, 1-2) beat Reg; lost to Men# Calg
    4 Regina (0-2, 1-2) beat Man#; lost to UBC Sask
    5 Manitoba (1-1, 1-2) beat Alta; lost to Reg# Calg
    6 Alberta (0-2, 0-3) lost to Calg# Sask Man

    The Regina QB situation may make them seem over-rated at #4 but, based on results, that's where they sit. I suspect that Regina and Alberta could fade from the pack. Sask is hard to evaluate because they have played an OUA team, Alberta, and a QB-less Regina. We need to see them play Calgary, UBC, and Manitoba to properly gauge them.

    ONTARIO

    1 W. Ontario (2-0) beat Wat* McM
    2 McMaster (1-1, 1-2) beat Que; lost to Lav# UWO
    3 Windsor (2-0, 2-1) beat Tor* Laur; lost to Sask#
    4 Ottawa (2-0, 2-1) beat Gue Que; lost to McG#
    5 Laurier (1-1) beat York*; lost to Wind
    6 Queen's (0-2) lost to McM Ott
    7 Guelph (1-1, 1-2) beat Wat*; lost to Conc# v Ott
    8 Toronto (1-1) beat York*; lost to Wind
    9 York (0-2, 0-3) lost to Bish# Laur Tor*
    10 Waterloo (0-2) lost to UWO Gue

    Congrats to Windsor for escaping Jabronivlle. Toronto, York, an Waterloo must love the place. I still have doubts where Windsor and Laurier fit into the big picture. And was Ottawa's pre-season thumping by McGill an aberration or a sign that they are a ham 'n egger-in-waiting?

    QUEBEC/ATLANTIC

    1 Laval (2-0, 3-0) beat McM# Con Mtl
    2 Sherbrooke (2-0) beat Bish McG
    3 Saint Mary's (1-0, 2-0) beat Aca# MtA*
    4 Montreal (1-1) beat McG; lost to Lav
    5 Concordia (1-1, 2-1) beat Gue# Bish; lost to Lav
    6 Bishop's (0-2, 1-2) beat York*#; lost to Sher Conc
    7 Acadia (1-0, 1-1) lost to SMU#; beat SFX
    8 McGill (0-2, 1-2) beat Ott#; lost to Mtl Sher
    9 St. F-X (0-1, 1-1) beat MtA*#; lost to Aca
    10 Mt. Allison (0-1, 0-2) lost to SFX# SMU

    After Acadia whipped SFX it is hard to rate the A teams (other than SMU) anywhere but at the bottom. To be nice I put Acadia one above McGill. Arguments could be made either way on that one. The Q-A interlock is just what we need. The bad thing is there are only 4 such games this year, and the Q's top 2 (Laval and Sherbrooke) aren't in it.
STEP 3: THE BLEND
  • “CONTENDERS”
    1 Laval (2-0, 3-0) beat McM# Con Mtl
    1 W. Ontario (2-0) beat Wat* McM
    3 Calgary (2-0, 3-0) beat Alta# Man UBC
    4 Saskatchewan (2-0, 3-0) beat Wind# Alta Reg
    5 Sherbrooke (2-0) beat Bish McG


    “THE BLOB”
    6 McMaster (1-1, 1-2) beat Que; lost to Lav# UWO
    7 Saint Mary's (1-0, 2-0) beat Aca# MtA*
    8 Montreal (1-1) beat McG; lost to Lav
    9 UBC (1-1, 1-2) beat Reg; lost to Men# Calg
    10 Concordia (1-1, 2-1) beat Gue# Bish; lost to Lav
    11 Windsor (2-0, 2-1) beat Tor* Laur; lost to Sask#
    12 Regina (0-2, 1-2) beat Man#; lost to UBC Sask
    13 Manitoba (1-1, 1-2) beat Alta; lost to Reg# Calg
    14 Bishop's (0-2, 1-2) beat York*#; lost to Sher Conc
    15 McGill (0-2, 1-2) beat Ott#; lost to Mtl Sher
    16 Ottawa (2-0, 2-1) beat Gue Que; lost to McG#
    17 Laurier (1-1) beat York*; lost to Wind
    18 Acadia (1-0, 1-1) beat SFX; lost to SMU#


    “HAM 'N EGGERS”
    19 Alberta (0-2, 0-3) lost to Calg# Sask Man
    20 Queen's (0-2) lost to McM Ott
    21 Guelph (1-1, 1-2) beat Wat*; lost to Conc# Ott
    22 St. F-X (0-1, 1-1) beat MtA*#; lost to Aca


    “JABRONIS”
    23 Toronto (1-1) beat York*; lost to Wind
    24 York (0-2, 0-3) lost to Bish# Laur Tor*
    25 Mt. Allison (0-1, 0-2) lost to SFX# SMU
    26 Waterloo (0-2) lost to UWO Gue


    "A**CLOWNS"
    27 Simon Fraser (0-0)


    A case can be made for both Laval and WO at #1. WO beat McMaster by more than Laval did. But their only other win (over Waterloo) was basically replicated by Guelph, who were beaten by Concordia, who were beaten by Laval. So I called them even. There are also many teams being given another week to show if they should be moved from The Blob to Ham 'n Eggers, or from Ham 'n Eggers to Jabronis.
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Re: THE OFFICIAL HOLLYWOOD TOP 27 ... 2011 EDITION

Post by Hollywood2 » Tue Oct 04, 2011 6:19 pm

OFFICIAL HOLLYWOOD TOP 27 - WEEK 4

Here is the midpoint. It is disappointing but out east everybody seems to be settling into routines.

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The prior OHT27's are here: WEEK 1 : WEEK 2 : WEEK 3

STEP 1: WEEK 4 RESULTS
  • Sept. 23
    Sherbrooke 33 Concordia 26
    Saskatchewan 24 Calgary 38

    Sept. 24
    Saint Mary's 60 Mount Allison 6
    Windsor 37 Waterloo 13
    Queen's 63 York 3
    McMaster 37 Guelph 13
    W. Ontario 34 Laurier 28
    Toronto 0 Ottawa 41
    Montreal 36 Bishop's 22
    Regina 38 Alberta 14
    Manitoba 23 UBC 29
    StFX 14 Acadia 33

    Sept. 25
    McGill 4 Laval 12
STEP 2: REGIONAL RANKINGS

The rankings show each team's conference record followed by their overall record. The games marked # are non-conference games. The games marked * are games against a jabroni.
  • CANADA WEST

    1 Calgary (4-0, 5-0) beat Alta# Man UBC Reg Sask
    2 UBC (3-1, 3-2) beat Reg Alta Man; lost to Men# Calg
    3 Manitoba (2-2, 2-3) beat Alta Sask; lost to Reg# Calg UBC
    4 Saskatchewan (2-2, 3-2) beat Wind# Alta Reg; lost to Man Calg
    5 Regina (1-3, 2-3) beat Man# Alta; lost to UBC Sask Calg
    6 Alberta (0-4, 0-5) lost to Calg# Sask Man UBC Reg

    UBC scored a big victory, one that may go a long way to them landing 2nd place. A dropped pass in the end zone in the last minute could have won it for Manitoba.

    ONTARIO

    1 W. Ontario (4-0) beat Wat* McM Ott Laur
    2 McMaster (3-1, 3-2) beat Que Wind Gue*; lost to Lav# UWO
    3 Windsor (3-1, 3-2) beat Tor* Laur Wat*; lost to Sask# McM
    4 Ottawa (3-1, 3-2) beat Gue* Que Tor*; lost to McG# UWO
    5 Queen's (2-2) beat Laur York*; lost to McM Ott
    6 Laurier (1-3) beat York*; lost to Wind Que UWO
    7 Toronto (2-2) beat York* Gue*; lost to Wind Ott
    8 Guelph (1-3, 1-4) beat Wat*; lost to Conc# Ott Tor* McM
    9 York (1-3, 1-4) beat Wat*; lost to Bish# Laur Tor* Que
    10 Waterloo (0-4) lost to UWO Gue* York* Wind

    No changes. In fact, the lack of change is excruciating here. Laurier's loss to the Urban Cowboys was by less than one would expect.

    QUEBEC/ATLANTIC

    1 Laval (4-0, 5-0) beat McM# Con Mtl Sher McG
    2 Sherbrooke (3-1) beat Bish McG Conc; lost to Lav
    3 Montreal (3-1) beat McG SMU Bish; lost to Lav
    4 Saint Mary's (2-1, 2-1) beat Aca# MtA* MtA*; lost to Mtl
    5 Concordia (2-2, 3-2) beat Gue#* Bish SFX; lost to Lav Sher
    6 Acadia (3-0, 3-1) beat SFX McG SFX; lost to SMU#
    7 Bishop's (1-3, 2-3) beat York*# MtA*; lost to Sher Conc Mtl
    8 McGill (0-4, 1-4) beat Ott#; lost to Mtl Sher Aca Lav
    9 St. F-X (0-3, 1-3) beat MtA*#; lost to Aca Conc Aca
    10 Mt. Allison (0-3, 0-4) lost to SFX# SMU Bish SMU

    I don't like the AUS schedule having teams play for a second time already. Those games went the same way as the first so they had no impact. The Q games went according to Hoyle meaning no movement in this region. McGill gained some credibility with a good result against Laval, albeit a loss.
STEP 3: THE BLEND
  • “CONTENDERS”
    1 W. Ontario (4-0) beat Wat* McM Ott Laur
    2 Laval (4-0, 5-0) beat McM# Con Mtl Sher McG
    3 Calgary (4-0, 5-0) beat Alta# Man UBC Reg Sask
    4 Sherbrooke (3-1) beat Bish McG Conc; lost to Lav
    5 UBC (3-1, 3-2) beat Reg Alta Man; lost to Men# Calg
    6 Montreal (3-1) beat McG SMU Bish; lost to Lav


    “THE BLOB”
    7 Manitoba (2-2, 2-3) beat Alta Sask; lost to Reg# Calg UBC
    8 Saskatchewan (2-2, 3-2) beat Wind# Alta Reg; lost to Man Calg
    9 Saint Mary's (2-1, 2-1) beat Aca# MtA* MtA*; lost to Mtl
    10 McMaster (3-1, 3-2) beat Que Wind Gue*; lost to Lav# UWO
    11 Concordia (2-2, 3-2) beat Gue#* Bish SFX; lost to Lav Sher
    12 Windsor (3-1, 3-2) beat Tor* Laur Wat*; lost to Sask# McM
    13 Acadia (3-0, 3-1) beat SFX McG SFX; lost to SMU#
    14 Bishop's (1-3, 2-3) beat York*# MtA*; lost to Sher Conc Mtl
    15 McGill (0-4, 1-4) beat Ott#; lost to Mtl Sher Aca Lav
    16 Ottawa (3-1, 3-2) beat Gue* Que Tor*; lost to McG# UWO


    “HAM 'N EGGERS”
    17 Queen's (2-2) beat Laur York*; lost to McM Ott
    18 Regina (1-3, 2-3) beat Man# Alta; lost to UBC Sask Calg
    19 Laurier (1-3) beat York*; lost to Wind Que UWO
    20 Alberta (0-4, 0-5) lost to Calg# Sask Man UBC Reg
    21 St. F-X (0-3, 1-3) beat MtA*#; lost to Aca Conc Aca


    “JABRONIS”
    22 Toronto (2-2) beat York* Gue*; lost to Wind Ott
    23 Guelph (1-3, 1-4) beat Wat*; lost to Conc# Ott Tor* McM
    24 Mt. Allison (0-3, 0-4) lost to SFX# SMU Bish SMU
    25 York (1-3, 1-4) beat Wat*; lost to Bish# Laur Tor* Que
    26 Waterloo (0-4) lost to UWO Gue* York* Wind


    ”A**CLOWNS”
    27 Simon Fraser (0-0)


    The only alterations to the national rankings arose from the CW shuffling. Otherwise, the “contender” category was shortened. Look for a few more ham'n'eggers in weeks to come.
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Re: THE OFFICIAL HOLLYWOOD TOP 27 ... 2011 EDITION

Post by Hollywood2 » Wed Oct 05, 2011 3:37 pm

OFFICIAL HOLLYWOOD TOP 27 - WEEK 5

Tis the homestretch now. We have a bye week in the CW to give thanks for the Jets returning on Sunday. Frankly, I think they could start the playoffs out east right now. Not a lot of suspense IMO.

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The prior OHT27's are here: WEEK 1 : WEEK 2 : WEEK 3 : WEEK 4

STEP 1: WEEK 5 RESULTS
  • Sept. 30
    Queen's 13 Toronto 6
    Bishop's 23 McGill 18
    Manitoba 18 Regina 26
    UBC 33 Saskatchewan 36

    Oct. 1
    Acadia 3 Saint Mary's 8
    Mount Allison 17 StFX 24
    Waterloo 20 McMaster 46
    Ottawa 16 Laurier 51
    York 23 W. Ontario 48
    Montreal 11 Sherbrooke 20
    Guelph 21 Windsor 41

    Oct. 2
    Concordia 4 Laval 37
    Alberta 7 Calgary 61
STEP 2: REGIONAL RANKINGS

The rankings show each team's conference record followed by their overall record. The games marked # are non-conference games. The games marked * are games against a jabroni.
  • CANADA WEST

    1 Calgary (5-0, 6-0) beat Alta# Man UBC Reg Sask Alta
    2 UBC (3-2, 3-3) beat Reg Alta Man; lost to Men# Calg Sask
    4 Saskatchewan (3-2, 4-2) beat Wind# Alta Reg UBC; lost to Man Calg
    5 Regina (2-3, 3-3) beat Man# Alta Man; lost to UBC Sask Calg
    3 Manitoba (2-3, 2-4) beat Alta Sask; lost to Reg# Calg UBC Reg
    6 Alberta (0-5, 0-6) lost to Calg# Sask Man UBC Reg Calg

    Sask vaults back into the race with a win over UBC. Places 2-5 are very close and can still go any way. Those who played Regina a couple weeks ago got a big break.

    ONTARIO

    1 W. Ontario (5-0) beat Wat* McM Ott Laur York*
    2 McMaster (4-1, 4-2) beat Que Wind Gue* Wat*; lost to Lav# UWO
    3 Windsor (4-1, 3-2) beat Tor* Laur Wat* Gue*; lost to Sask# McM
    6 Laurier (2-3) beat York* Ott; lost to Wind Que UWO
    5 Queen's (3-2) beat Laur York* Tor*; lost to McM Ott
    4 Ottawa (3-2, 3-3) beat Gue* Que Tor*; lost to McG# UWO Laur
    7 Toronto (2-3) beat York* Gue*; lost to Wind Ott Que
    8 Guelph (1-4, 1-4) beat Wat*; lost to Conc# Ott Tor* McM Wind
    9 York (1-4, 1-5) beat Wat*; lost to Bish# Laur Tor* Que UWO
    10 Waterloo (0-5) lost to UWO Gue* York* Wind McM

    Laurier's win over Ottawa makes for a circle because Ottawa beat Queen's who beat Laurier. I gave Laurier the nod. Other than beating each other, these 3 have only beaten York and Toronto.

    QUEBEC/ATLANTIC

    1 Laval (5-0, 6-0) beat McM# Con Mtl Sher McG Conc
    2 Sherbrooke (4-1) beat Bish McG Conc Mtl; lost to Lav
    3 Montreal (3-2) beat McG SMU Bish; lost to Lav Sher
    4 Saint Mary's (3-1, 4-1) beat Aca# MtA* MtA* Aca; lost to Mtl
    5 Concordia (2-3, 3-3) beat Gue#* Bish SFX; lost to Lav Sher Lav
    6 Acadia (3-1, 3-2) beat SFX McG SFX; lost to SMU# SMU
    7 Bishop's (2-3, 3-3) beat York*# MtA* McG; lost to Sher Conc Mtl
    8 McGill (0-5, 1-5) beat Ott#; lost to Mtl Sher Aca Lav Bish
    9 St. F-X (1-3, 2-3) beat MtA*# MtA*; lost to Aca Conc Aca
    10 Mt. Allison (0-4, 0-5) lost to SFX# SMU Bish SMU SFX

    In a week of interesting matchups the higher ranked team won every time. So that makes it stand pat time yet again.
STEP 3: THE BLEND
  • “CONTENDERS”
    1 W. Ontario (5-0) beat Wat* McM Ott Laur York*
    2 Laval (5-0, 6-0) beat McM# Con Mtl Sher McG Conc
    3 Calgary (5-0, 6-0) beat Alta# Man UBC Reg Sask Alta
    4 Sherbrooke (4-1) beat Bish McG Conc Mtl; lost to Lav


    “THE BLOB”
    5 UBC (3-2, 3-3) beat Reg Alta Man; lost to Men# Calg Sask
    6 Montreal (3-2) beat McG SMU Bish; lost to Lav Sher
    7 Saskatchewan (3-2, 4-2) beat Wind# Alta Reg UBC; lost to Man Calg
    8 Saint Mary's (3-1, 4-1) beat Aca# MtA* MtA* Aca; lost to Mtl
    9 McMaster (4-1, 4-2) beat Que Wind Gue* Wat*; lost to Lav# UWO
    10 Concordia (2-3, 3-3) beat Gue#* Bish SFX; lost to Lav Sher Lav
    11 Regina (2-3, 3-3) beat Man# Alta Man; lost to UBC Sask Calg
    12 Manitoba (2-3, 2-4) beat Alta Sask; lost to Reg# Calg UBC Reg
    13 Windsor (4-1, 3-2) beat Tor* Laur Wat* Gue*; lost to Sask# McM
    14 Acadia (3-1, 3-2) beat SFX McG SFX; lost to SMU# SMU
    15 Bishop's (2-3, 3-3) beat York*# MtA* McG; lost to Sher Conc Mtl


    “HAM 'N EGGERS”
    16 Laurier (2-3) beat York* Ott; lost to Wind Que UWO
    17 Queen's (3-2) beat Laur York* Tor*; lost to McM Ott
    18 McGill (0-5, 1-5) beat Ott#; lost to Mtl Sher Aca Lav Bish
    19 Ottawa (3-2, 3-3) beat Gue* Que Tor*; lost to McG# UWO Laur
    20 Alberta (0-5, 0-6) lost to Calg# Sask Man UBC Reg Calg
    21 St. F-X (1-3, 2-3) beat MtA*# MtA*; lost to Aca Conc Aca


    “JABRONIS”
    22 Toronto (2-3) beat York* Gue*; lost to Wind Ott Que
    23 Guelph (1-4, 1-4) beat Wat*; lost to Conc# Ott Tor* McM Wind
    24 Mt. Allison (0-4, 0-5) lost to SFX# SMU Bish SMU SFX
    25 York (1-4, 1-5) beat Wat*; lost to Bish# Laur Tor* Que UWO
    26 Waterloo (0-5) lost to UWO Gue* York* Wind McM


    ”A**CLOWNS”
    27 Simon Fraser (0-0)


    There was a lot of shuffling about this week and the categories have been adjusted. Teams have played enough to separate the wheat from the chaff. Bishop's could well be a ham'n'egger next time.
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Re: THE OFFICIAL HOLLYWOOD TOP 27 ... 2011 EDITION

Post by Hollywood2 » Wed Oct 12, 2011 5:49 pm

OFFICIAL HOLLYWOOD TOP 27 - WEEK 6

Now that the CW teams have had a bye week, this is the last ranking before the really big games start up.

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The prior OHT27's are here: WEEK 1 : WEEK 2 : WEEK 3 : WEEK 4 : WEEK 5

STEP 1: WEEK 6 RESULTS
  • Oct. 6
    Laurier 69 Waterloo 3
    Toronto 14 McMaster 50

    Oct. 7
    StFX 16 Saint Mary's 40

    Oct. 8
    Acadia 29 Mount Allison 14
    Guelph 29 W. Ontario 33
    Laval 12 Montreal 17
    McGill 16 Concordia 39
    York 12 Ottawa 65
    Bishop's 11 Sherbrooke 38
    Queen's 27 Windsor 14
STEP 2: REGIONAL RANKINGS

The rankings show each team's conference record followed by their overall record. The games marked # are non-conference games. The games marked * are games against a jabroni.
  • CANADA WEST

    1 Calgary (5-0, 6-0) beat Alta# Man UBC Reg Sask Alta
    2 UBC (3-2, 3-3) beat Reg Alta Man; lost to Men# Calg Sask
    3 Saskatchewan (3-2, 4-2) beat Wind# Alta Reg UBC; lost to Man Calg
    4 Regina (2-3, 3-3) beat Man# Alta Man; lost to UBC Sask Calg
    5 Manitoba (2-3, 2-4) beat Alta Sask; lost to Reg# Calg UBC Reg
    6 Alberta (0-5, 0-6) lost to Calg# Sask Man UBC Reg Calg

    No games this week.

    ONTARIO

    1 W. Ontario (6-0) beat Wat* McM Ott Laur York* Gue
    2 McMaster (5-1, 5-2) beat Que Wind Gue* Wat* Tor*; lost to Lav# UWO
    3 Queen's (4-2) beat Laur York* Tor* Wind; lost to McM Ott
    4 Windsor (4-2, 3-3) beat Tor* Laur Wat* Gue*; lost to Sask# McM Que
    5 Laurier (3-3) beat York* Ott Wat*; lost to Wind Que UWO
    6 Ottawa (4-2, 4-3) beat Gue* Que Tor* York*; lost to McG# UWO Laur
    7 Toronto (2-4) beat York* Gue*; lost to Wind Ott Que McM
    8 Guelph (1-5, 1-6) beat Wat*; lost to Conc# Ott Tor* McM Wind UWO
    9 York (1-5, 1-6) beat Wat*; lost to Bish# Laur Tor* Que UWO Ott
    10 Waterloo (0-6) lost to UWO Gue* York* Wind McM Laur

    The Queen's win over Windsor makes places 3-6 a virtual dead-heat. Right now it looks like Ottawa's win over Queen's is the odd result. The Urban Cowboys' narrow win over Guelph could be a wake-up call.

    QUEBEC/ATLANTIC

    1 Laval (5-1, 6-1) beat McM# Con Mtl Sher McG Conc; lost to Mtl
    2 Sherbrooke (5-1) beat Bish McG Conc Mtl Bish; lost to Lav
    3 Montreal (4-2) beat McG SMU Bish Lav; lost to Lav Sher
    4 Saint Mary's (4-1, 5-1) beat Aca# MtA* MtA* Aca SFX; lost to Mtl
    5 Concordia (3-3, 4-3) beat Gue#* Bish SFX McG; lost to Lav Sher Lav
    6 Acadia (4-1, 4-2) beat SFX McG SFX MtA*; lost to SMU# SMU
    7 Bishop's (2-4, 3-4) beat York*# MtA* McG; lost to Sher Conc Mtl Sher
    8 McGill (0-6, 1-6) beat Ott#; lost to Mtl Sher Aca Lav Bish Conc
    9 St. F-X (1-4, 2-4) beat MtA*# MtA*; lost to Aca Conc Aca SMU
    10 Mt. Allison (0-5, 0-6) lost to SFX# SMU Bish SMU SFX Aca

    The win by Montreal over Laval has raised eyebrows across the country. However Laval previously beat Montreal, as did Sherbrooke. So while the regional rankings don't change, the national ones will.
STEP 3: THE BLEND
  • “CONTENDERS”
    1 Calgary (5-0, 6-0) beat Alta# Man UBC Reg Sask Alta
    2 W. Ontario (6-0) beat Wat* McM Ott Laur York* Gue
    3 Laval (5-1, 6-1) beat McM# Con Mtl Sher McG Conc; lost to Mtl
    4 Sherbrooke (5-1) beat Bish McG Conc Mtl Bish; lost to Lav
    5 Montreal (4-2) beat McG SMU Bish Lav; lost to Lav Sher


    “THE BLOB”
    6 UBC (3-2, 3-3) beat Reg Alta Man; lost to Men# Calg Sask
    7 Saskatchewan (3-2, 4-2) beat Wind# Alta Reg UBC; lost to Man Calg
    8 Saint Mary's (4-1, 5-1) beat Aca# MtA* MtA* Aca SFX; lost to Mtl
    9 McMaster (5-1, 5-2) beat Que Wind Gue* Wat* Tor*; lost to Lav# UWO
    10 Concordia (3-3, 4-3) beat Gue#* Bish SFX McG; lost to Lav Sher Lav
    11 Regina (2-3, 3-3) beat Man# Alta Man; lost to UBC Sask Calg
    12 Manitoba (2-3, 2-4) beat Alta Sask; lost to Reg# Calg UBC Reg
    13 Acadia (4-1, 4-2) beat SFX McG SFX MtA*; lost to SMU# SMU


    “HAM 'N EGGERS”
    14 Queen's (4-2) beat Laur York* Tor* Wind; lost to McM Ott
    15 Windsor (4-2, 3-3) beat Tor* Laur Wat* Gue*; lost to Sask# McM Que
    16 Bishop's (2-4, 3-4) beat York*# MtA* McG; lost to Sher Conc Mtl Sher
    17 Laurier (3-3) beat York* Ott Wat*; lost to Wind Que UWO
    18 McGill (0-6, 1-6) beat Ott#; lost to Mtl Sher Aca Lav Bish Conc
    19 Ottawa (4-2, 4-3) beat Gue* Que Tor* York*; lost to McG# UWO Laur
    20 Alberta (0-5, 0-6) lost to Calg# Sask Man UBC Reg Calg
    21 St. F-X (1-4, 2-4) beat MtA*# MtA*; lost to Aca Conc Aca SMU


    “JABRONIS”
    22 Toronto (2-4) beat York* Gue*; lost to Wind Ott Que McM
    23 Guelph (1-5, 1-6) beat Wat*; lost to Conc# Ott Tor* McM Wind UWO
    24 Mt. Allison (0-5, 0-6) lost to SFX# SMU Bish SMU SFX Aca
    25 York (1-5, 1-6) beat Wat*; lost to Bish# Laur Tor* Que UWO Ott
    26 Waterloo (0-6) lost to UWO Gue* York* Wind McM Laur


    ”A**CLOWNS”
    27 Simon Fraser (0-0)


    The win by Montreal moves them ahead of UBC and into the "Contender" category. Otherwise the only shuffling happened due to the tightening of the OUA mid-range teams. Nobody moved much, but they are now all ham'n'eggers. It seemed right to put them in the same category. Queen's achieved a big win over Windsor and should beat Waterloo. Their last game against the Urban Cowboys could greatly affect their final ranking.
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Re: THE OFFICIAL HOLLYWOOD TOP 27 ... 2011 EDITION

Post by Hollywood2 » Tue Oct 18, 2011 5:15 am

OFFICIAL HOLLYWOOD TOP 27 - WEEK 7

No chit-chat this week. Straight to the numbers ...

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The prior OHT27's are here: WEEK 1 : WEEK 2 : WEEK 3 : WEEK 4 : WEEK 5 : WEEK 6

STEP 1: WEEK 7 RESULTS
  • Oct. 14
    Calgary 20 Saskatchewan 8

    Oct. 15
    Mount Allison 10 Acadia 40
    Saint Mary's 37 StFX 18
    W. Ontario 21 Toronto 9
    McMaster 25 Laurier 6
    Windsor 30 Ottawa 32
    Waterloo 0 Queen's 53
    Montreal 33 McGill 18
    York 2 Guelph 51
    Alberta 20 Manitoba 48
    Regina 16 UBC 23
    Concordia 11 Sherbrooke 31

    Oct. 16
    Bishop's 9 Laval 57
STEP 2: REGIONAL RANKINGS

The rankings show each team's conference record followed by their overall record. The games marked # are non-conference games. The games marked * are games against a jabroni.
    • CANADA WEST

      1 Calgary (6-0, 7-0) beat Alta#* Man UBC Reg Sask Alta* Sask
      2 UBC (4-2, 4-3) beat Reg Alta* Man Reg; lost to Men# Calg Sask
      3 Saskatchewan (3-3, 4-3) beat Wind# Alta* Reg UBC; lost to Man Calg Calg
      4 Manitoba (3-3, 3-4) beat Alta* Sask Alta*; lost to Reg# Calg UBC Reg
      5 Regina (2-4, 3-4) beat Man# Alta* Man; lost to UBC Sask Calg UBC
      6 Alberta (0-6, 0-7) lost to Calg# Sask Man UBC Reg Calg Man

      Alberta has now confirmed their reservation for Chez Jabronay. UBC have pulled into command of 2nd. That leaves the three mid-rank teams in a situation where Regina beat Manitoba who beat Sask who beat Regina.

      ONTARIO

      1 W. Ontario (7-0) beat Wat* McM Ott Laur York* Gue Tor*
      2 McMaster (6-1, 6-2) beat Que Wind Gue* Wat* Tor* Laur; lost to Lav# UWO
      3 Ottawa (5-2, 5-3) beat Gue* Que Tor* York* Wind; lost to McG# UWO Laur
      4 Queen's (5-2) beat Laur York* Tor* Wind Wat*; lost to McM Ott
      5 Windsor (4-3, 4-4) beat Tor* Laur Wat* Gue*; lost to Sask# McM Que Ott
      6 Laurier (3-4) beat York* Ott Wat*; lost to Wind Que UWO McM
      7 Toronto (2-5) beat York* Gue*; lost to Wind Ott Que McM UWO
      8 Guelph (2-5, 2-6) beat Wat* York*; lost to Conc# Ott Tor* McM Wind UWO
      9 York (1-6, 1-7) beat Wat*; lost to Bish# Laur Tor* Que UWO Ott Gue*
      10 Waterloo (0-7) lost to UWO Gue* York* Wind McM Laur Que

      The mid-conference dead-heat took a turn when Ottawa edged Windsor. None have beaten the top two, nor lost to the bottom four. Against one another Ottawa and Queen's are 2-1 (and Ottawa beat Queen's) and Windsor and Laurier are 1-2 (and Windsor beat Laurier). So there's your ranking. None of those teams has been able to shake loose from the ham'n'egger category. In the final week Ottawa and Queen's play McMaster and the Urban Cowboys whilst Windsor and Laurier play York and Guelph. So two have a chance to boost and two a chance to fall.

      QUEBEC/ATLANTIC

      1 Laval (6-1, 7-1) beat McM# Con Mtl Sher McG Conc Bish; lost to Mtl
      2 Sherbrooke (6-1) beat Bish McG Conc Mtl Bish Conc; lost to Lav
      3 Montreal (5-2) beat McG SMU Bish Lav McG; lost to Lav Sher
      4 Saint Mary's (5-1, 6-1) beat Aca# MtA* MtA* Aca SFX* SFX*; lost to Mtl
      5 Concordia (3-4, 4-4) beat Gue#* Bish SFX* McG; lost to Lav Sher Lav Sher
      6 Acadia (5-1, 5-2) beat SFX* McG SFX MtA* MtA*; lost to SMU# SMU
      7 Bishop's (2-5, 3-5) beat York*# MtA* McG; lost to Sher Conc Mtl Sher Lav
      8 McGill (0-7, 1-7) beat Ott#; lost to Mtl Sher Aca Lav Bish Conc Mtl
      9 St. F-X (1-5, 2-5) beat MtA*# MtA*; lost to Aca Conc Aca SMU SMU
      10 Mt. Allison (0-6, 0-7) lost to SFX#* SMU Bish SMU SFX* Aca Aca

      All five games went according to plan. The big news is that SFX joins Alberta in Chez Jabronay. They are sharing bunk beds. Their five losses are all by a minimum of 19 points.
    STEP 3: THE BLEND
    • “CONTENDERS”
      1 Calgary (6-0, 7-0) beat Alta#* Man UBC Reg Sask Alta* Sask
      2 Laval (6-1, 7-1) beat McM# Con Mtl Sher McG Conc Bish; lost to Mtl
      3 W. Ontario (7-0) beat Wat* McM Ott Laur York* Gue* Tor*
      4 Sherbrooke (6-1) beat Bish McG Conc Mtl Bish Conc; lost to Lav
      5 Montreal (5-2) beat McG SMU Bish Lav McG; lost to Lav Sher


      “THE BLOB”
      6 UBC (4-2, 4-3) beat Reg Alta* Man Reg; lost to Men# Calg Sask
      7 McMaster (6-1, 6-2) beat Que Wind Gue* Wat* Tor* Laur; lost to Lav# UWO
      8 Saint Mary's (4-1, 5-1) beat Aca# MtA* MtA* Aca SFX; lost to Mtl
      9 Saskatchewan (3-3, 4-3) beat Wind# Alta* Reg UBC; lost to Man Calg Calg
      10 Concordia (3-4, 4-4) beat Gue#* Bish SFX* McG; lost to Lav Sher Lav Sher
      11 Manitoba (3-3, 3-4) beat Alta* Sask Alta*; lost to Reg# Calg UBC Reg
      12 Regina (2-4, 3-4) beat Man# Alta* Man; lost to UBC Sask Calg UBC
      13 Acadia (5-1, 5-2) beat SFX* McG SFX MtA* MtA*; lost to SMU# SMU


      “HAM 'N EGGERS”
      14 Ottawa (5-2, 5-3) beat Gue* Que Tor* York* Wind; lost to McG# UWO Laur
      15 Queen's (5-2) beat Laur York* Tor* Wind Wat*; lost to McM Ott
      16 Bishop's (2-5, 3-5) beat York*# MtA* McG; lost to Sher Conc Mtl Sher Lav
      17 McGill (0-7, 1-7) beat Ott#; lost to Mtl Sher Aca Lav Bish Conc Mtl
      18 Windsor (4-3, 4-4) beat Tor* Laur Wat* Gue*; lost to Sask# McM Que Ott
      19 Laurier (3-4) beat York* Ott Wat*; lost to Wind Que UWO McM


      “JABRONIS”
      20 St. F-X (1-5, 2-5) beat MtA*# MtA*; lost to Aca Conc Aca SMU SMU
      21 Alberta (0-6, 0-7) lost to Calg# Sask Man UBC Reg Calg Man
      22 Toronto (2-5) beat York* Gue*; lost to Wind Ott Que McM UWO
      23 Guelph (2-5, 2-6) beat Wat* York*; lost to Conc# Ott Tor* McM Wind UWO
      24 Mt. Allison (0-6, 0-7) lost to SFX#* SMU Bish SMU SFX* Aca Aca
      25 York (1-6, 1-7) beat Wat*; lost to Bish# Laur Tor* Que UWO Ott Gue*
      26 Waterloo (0-7) lost to UWO Gue* York* Wind McM Laur Que


      ”A**CLOWNS”
      27 Simon Fraser (0-0)


      So there it is.
August 8, 1961
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Re: THE OFFICIAL HOLLYWOOD TOP 27 ... 2011 EDITION

Post by Hollywood2 » Thu Oct 27, 2011 3:55 pm

OFFICIAL HOLLYWOOD TOP 27 - WEEK 8

The second last ranking of the season is here! It seems like just yesterday when the season was just underway. And now the OUA is done, and the rest wrap up this weekend.

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The prior OHT27's are here: WEEK 1 : WEEK 2 : WEEK 3 : WEEK 4 : WEEK 5 : WEEK 6 : WEEK 7

STEP 1: WEEK 8 RESULTS
  • Oct. 21
    StFX 42 Mount Allison 41 - 2OT

    Oct. 22
    Saint Mary's 28 Acadia 41
    Waterloo 6 Toronto 45
    McGill 18 Bishop's 21
    Montreal 36 Concordia 1
    Windsor 40 York 15
    Laurier 15 Guelph 10
    Ottawa 24 McMaster 51
    W. Ontario 0 Queen's 37
    UBC 39 Alberta 22
    Manitoba 24 Calgary 41
    Saskatchewan 16 Regina 15

    Oct. 23
    Sherbrooke 10 Laval 40
STEP 2: REGIONAL RANKINGS

The rankings show each team's conference record followed by their overall record. The games marked # are non-conference games. The games marked * are games against a jabroni.
  • CANADA WEST

    1 Calgary (7-0, 8-0) beat Alta#* Man UBC Reg Sask Alta* Sask Man
    2 UBC (5-2, 5-3) beat Reg Alta* Man Reg Alta*; lost to Men# Calg Sask
    3 Saskatchewan (4-3, 5-3) beat Wind# Alta* Reg UBC Reg; lost to Man Calg Calg
    4 Manitoba (3-4, 3-5) beat Alta* Sask Alta*; lost to Reg# Calg UBC Reg Calg
    5 Regina (2-5, 3-5) beat Man# Alta* Man; lost to UBC Sask Calg UBC Sask
    6 Alberta (0-7, 0-8) lost to Calg# Sask Man UBC Reg Calg Man UBC

    Nothing changes. Even though all games were close all favourites won in the end. It all comes down to Manitoba v Regina for #4 spot on the final weekend.

    ONTARIO

    1 W. Ontario (7-1) beat Wat* McM Ott Laur York* Gue Tor*; lost to Que
    2 McMaster (7-1, 7-2) beat Que Wind Gue* Wat* Tor* Laur Ott; lost to Lav# UWO
    3 Queen's (6-2) beat Laur York* Tor* Wind Wat* UWO; lost to McM Ott
    4 Ottawa (5-3, 5-4) beat Gue* Que Tor* York* Wind; lost to McG# UWO Laur McM
    5 Windsor (5-3, 5-4) beat Tor* Laur Wat* Gue* York*; lost to Sask# McM Que Ott
    6 Laurier (4-4) beat York* Ott Wat* Gue*; lost to Wind Que UWO McM
    7 Toronto (3-5) beat York* Gue* Wat*; lost to Wind Ott Que McM UWO
    8 Guelph (2-6, 2-7) beat Wat* York*; lost to Conc# Ott Tor* McM Wind UWO Laur
    9 York (1-7, 1-8) beat Wat*; lost to Bish# Laur Tor* Que UWO Ott Gue* Wind
    10 Waterloo (0-8) lost to UWO Gue* York* Wind McM Laur Que Tor*

    The final week caused only one switch, with Queen's jumping past Ottawa. I don't know why so many OUA types over-rate Ottawa. They lost by 28 to the Urban Cowboys, by 35 to Laurier, and by 27 to McMaster. They had 3 wins over jabronis a 13 point win over Queen's, and a 2 point win over Windsor. All that came after a pre-season loss to McGill. That makes them a ham'n'egger, folks. Anyhow, a disappointing year in the OUA. Windsor's improvement and the Urban Cowboys' late season slide were the only interesting features in a year where the conference was fairly predictable.

    QUEBEC/ATLANTIC

    1 Laval (7-1, 7-1) beat McM# Con Mtl Sher McG Conc Bish Sher; lost to Mtl
    2 Sherbrooke (6-2) beat Bish McG Conc Mtl Bish Conc; lost to Lav Lav
    3 Montreal (6-2) beat McG SMU Bish Lav McG Conc; lost to Lav Sher
    4 Acadia (6-1, 6-2) beat SFX* McG SFX* MtA* MtA* SMU; lost to SMU# SMU
    5 Saint Mary's (5-2, 6-2) beat Aca# MtA* MtA* Aca SFX* SFX*; lost to Mtl Aca
    6 Concordia (3-5, 4-5) beat Gue#* Bish SFX* McG; lost to Lav Sher Lav Sher Mtl
    7 Bishop's (3-5, 4-5) beat York*# MtA* McG McG; lost to Sher Conc Mtl Sher Lav
    8 McGill (0-8, 1-8) beat Ott#; lost to Mtl Sher Aca Lav Bish Conc Mtl Bish
    9 St. F-X (2-5, 3-5) beat MtA*# MtA* MtA*; lost to Aca Conc Aca SMU SMU
    10 Mt. Allison (0-7, 0-8) lost to SFX#* SMU Bish SMU SFX* Aca Aca SFX

    This should have been the weekend of the tightest games in both conferences. It was 1 v 2 and 3 v 4 in both and 5 v 6 in the Q as well. But everything went to the favourites except for Acadia's win over SMU. I find myself asking what Acadia might have done wih a better schedule. Could they have been #2 in the region?
STEP 3: THE BLEND
  • “CONTENDERS”
    1 Calgary (7-0, 8-0) beat Alta#* Man UBC Reg Sask Alta* Sask Man
    2 Laval (7-1, 7-1) beat McM# Con Mtl Sher McG Conc Bish Sher; lost to Mtl


    “THE BLOB”
    3 Sherbrooke (6-2) beat Bish McG Conc Mtl Bish Conc; lost to Lav Lav
    4 Montreal (6-2) beat McG SMU Bish Lav McG Conc; lost to Lav Sher
    5 W. Ontario (7-1) beat Wat* McM Ott Laur York* Gue Tor*; lost to Que
    6 McMaster (7-1, 7-2) beat Que Wind Gue* Wat* Tor* Laur Ott; lost to Lav# UWO
    7 UBC (5-2, 5-3) beat Reg Alta* Man Reg Alta*; lost to Men# Calg Sask
    8 Acadia (6-1, 6-2) beat SFX* McG SFX* MtA* MtA* SMU; lost to SMU# SMU
    9 Saskatchewan (4-3, 5-3) beat Wind# Alta* Reg UBC Reg; lost to Man Calg Calg
    10 Queen's (6-2) beat Laur York* Tor* Wind Wat* UWO; lost to McM Ott
    11 Saint Mary's (5-2, 6-2) beat Aca# MtA* MtA* Aca SFX* SFX*; lost to Mtl Aca
    12 Manitoba (3-4, 3-5) beat Alta* Sask Alta*; lost to Reg# Calg UBC Reg Calg
    13 Regina (2-5, 3-5) beat Man# Alta* Man; lost to UBC Sask Calg UBC Sask


    “HAM 'N EGGERS”
    14 Concordia (3-5, 4-5) beat Gue#* Bish SFX* McG; lost to Lav Sher Lav Sher Mtl
    15 Ottawa (5-3, 5-4) beat Gue* Que Tor* York* Wind; lost to McG# UWO Laur McM
    16 Bishop's (3-5, 4-5) beat York*# MtA* McG McG; lost to Sher Conc Mtl Sher Lav
    17 Windsor (5-3, 5-4) beat Tor* Laur Wat* Gue* York*; lost to Sask# McM Que Ott
    18 Laurier (4-4) beat York* Ott Wat* Gue*; lost to Wind Que UWO McM
    19 McGill (0-8, 1-8) beat Ott#; lost to Mtl Sher Aca Lav Bish Conc Mtl Bish


    “JABRONIS”
    20 St. F-X (2-5, 3-5) beat MtA*# MtA* MtA*; lost to Aca Conc Aca SMU SMU
    21 Alberta (0-7, 0-8) lost to Calg# Sask Man UBC Reg Calg Man UBC
    22 Toronto (3-5) beat York* Gue* Wat*; lost to Wind Ott Que McM UWO
    23 Guelph (2-6, 2-7) beat Wat* York*; lost to Conc# Ott Tor* McM Wind UWO Laur
    24 Mt. Allison (0-7, 0-8) lost to SFX#* SMU Bish SMU SFX* Aca Aca SFX
    25 York (1-7, 1-8) beat Wat*; lost to Bish# Laur Tor* Que UWO Ott Gue* Wind
    26 Waterloo (0-8) lost to UWO Gue* York* Wind McM Laur Que Tor*


    ”A**CLOWNS”
    27 Simon Fraser (0-0)


    The blend shuffled teams around a fair bit as the season results become clear. After Laval and Calgary the other one-time contenders have fallen into The Blob. Regina and Manitoba remain at the opposite end of The Blob, and seem to be capable of beating Blob teams even though the losses mount.
August 8, 1961
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Week 9

Post by Hollywood2 » Thu Nov 03, 2011 6:33 pm

OFFICIAL HOLLYWOOD TOP 27 - WEEK 9

It is with a tear that one sees the final poll of the year. But all things have their time. Now read, and be come both entertained and enlightened.

Image She's holding a "9". As if anyone cares.

The prior OHT27's are here: WEEK 1 : WEEK 2 : WEEK 3 : WEEK 4 : WEEK 5 : WEEK 6 : WEEK 7 : [WEEK 8

STEP 1: WEEK 8 RESULTS
  • Oct. 29
    Mount Allison 21 Saint Mary's 59
    Acadia 34 StFX 15
    Sherbrooke 32 Montreal 20
    Concordia 58 McGill 30
    Laval 37 Bishop's 15
    Regina 31 Manitoba 22
    Saskatchewan 67 Alberta 3
    Calgary 23 UBC 36

    Playoff games:
    Laurier 10 Queen's 14
    Windsor 50 Ottawa 33
STEP 2: REGIONAL RANKINGS

The rankings show each team's conference record followed by their overall record. The games marked # are non-conference games. The games marked * are games against a jabroni.
  • CANADA WEST

    1 Calgary (7-1, 8-1) beat Alta#* Man UBC Reg Sask Alta* Sask Man; lost to UBC
    2 UBC (6-2, 6-3) beat Reg Alta* Man Reg Alta* Calg; lost to Men# Calg Sask
    3 Saskatchewan (5-3, 6-3) beat Wind# Alta* Reg UBC Reg Alta*; lost to Man Calg Calg
    4 Regina (3-5, 4-5) beat Man# Alta* Man Man; lost to UBC Sask Calg UBC Sask
    5 Manitoba (3-5, 3-6) beat Alta* Sask Alta*; lost to Reg# Calg UBC Reg Calg Reg
    6 Alberta (0-8, 0-9) lost to Calg# Sask Man UBC Reg Calg Man UBC Sask

    Regina jumped past Manitoba with a win in what was basically a quarter-final game. After some ups and downs, everybody just fell into place.

    ONTARIO

    1 W. Ontario (7-1) beat Wat* McM Ott Laur York* Gue* Tor*; lost to Que
    2 McMaster (7-1, 7-2) beat Que Wind Gue* Wat* Tor* Laur Ott; lost to Lav# UWO
    3 Queen's (7-2) beat Laur York* Tor* Wind Wat* UWO Laur; lost to McM Ott
    4 Windsor (6-3, 6-4) beat Tor* Laur Wat* Gue* York* Ott; lost to Sask# McM Que Ott
    5 Ottawa (5-4, 5-5) beat Gue* Que Tor* York* Wind; lost to McG# UWO Laur McM Wind
    6 Laurier (4-5) beat York* Ott Wat* Gue*; lost to Wind Que UWO McM Que
    7 Toronto (3-5) beat York* Gue* Wat*; lost to Wind Ott Que McM UWO
    8 Guelph (2-6, 2-7) beat Wat* York*; lost to Conc# Ott Tor* McM Wind UWO Laur
    9 York (1-7, 1-8) beat Wat*; lost to Bish# Laur Tor* Que UWO Ott Gue* Wind
    10 Waterloo (0-8) lost to UWO Gue* York* Wind McM Laur Que Tor*

    The playoffs normally would not count in a regular season poll, but since Windsor was tied with Ottawa and whipped them, and since this was a regular season week in civilized provinces, they jump a spot. Re-read my comments on Ottawa last week. Then do this:
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    QUEBEC/ATLANTIC

    1 Laval (8-1, 9-1) beat McM# Con Mtl Sher McG Conc Bish Sher Bish; lost to Mtl
    2 Sherbrooke (7-2) beat Bish McG Conc Mtl Bish Conc Mtl; lost to Lav Lav
    3 Montreal (6-3) beat McG SMU Bish Lav McG Conc; lost to Lav Sher Sher
    4 Acadia (7-1, 7-2) beat SFX* McG SFX* MtA* MtA* SMU SFX*; lost to SMU# SMU
    5 Saint Mary's (6-2, 7-2) beat Aca# MtA* MtA* Aca SFX* SFX* MtA*; lost to Mtl Aca
    6 Concordia (4-5, 5-5) beat Gue#* Bish SFX* McG McG; lost to Lav Sher Lav Sher Mtl
    7 Bishop's (3-6, 4-6) beat York*# MtA* McG McG; lost to Sher Conc Mtl Sher Lav Lav
    8 McGill (0-9, 1-9) beat Ott#; lost to Mtl Sher Aca Lav Bish Conc Mtl Bish Conc
    9 St. F-X (2-6, 3-6) beat MtA*# MtA* MtA*; lost to Aca Conc Aca SMU SMU Aca
    10 Mt. Allison (0-8, 0-9) lost to SFX#* SMU Bish SMU SFX* Aca Aca SFX* SMU

    The only possible ranking shifter was Sherbrooke-Montreal and that went to the favourite. So an anti-climactic ending here. Disappointing seasons from Concordia, Bishop's, McGill, St. FX, and Mount Allison. The AUS had become jabroni-free. Now look at them.
STEP 3: THE BLEND
  • “CONTENDERS”
    1 Laval (8-1, 9-1) beat McM# Con Mtl Sher McG Conc Bish Sher Bish; lost to Mtl
    2 Calgary (7-1, 8-1) beat Alta#* Man UBC Reg Sask Alta* Sask Man; lost to UBC


    “THE BLOB”
    3 Sherbrooke (7-2) beat Bish McG Conc Mtl Bish Conc Mtl; lost to Lav Lav
    4 Montreal (6-3) beat McG SMU Bish Lav McG Conc; lost to Lav Sher Sher
    5 W. Ontario (7-1) beat Wat* McM Ott Laur York* Gue* Tor*; lost to Que
    6 McMaster (7-1, 7-2) beat Que Wind Gue* Wat* Tor* Laur Ott; lost to Lav# UWO
    7 UBC (6-2, 6-3) beat Reg Alta* Man Reg Alta* Calg; lost to Men# Calg Sask
    8 Acadia (7-1, 7-2) beat SFX* McG SFX* MtA* MtA* SMU SFX*; lost to SMU# SMU
    9 Queen's (7-2) beat Laur York* Tor* Wind Wat* UWO Laur; lost to McM Ott
    10 Saskatchewan (5-3, 6-3) beat Wind# Alta* Reg UBC Reg Alta*; lost to Man Calg Calg
    11 Saint Mary's (6-2, 7-2) beat Aca# MtA* MtA* Aca SFX* SFX* MtA*; lost to Mtl Aca
    12 Regina (3-5, 4-5) beat Man# Alta* Man Man; lost to UBC Sask Calg UBC Sask
    13 Manitoba (3-5, 3-6) beat Alta* Sask Alta*; lost to Reg# Calg UBC Reg Calg Reg
    14 Windsor (6-3, 6-4) beat Tor* Laur Wat* Gue* York* Ott; lost to Sask# McM Que Ott


    “HAM 'N EGGERS”
    15 Concordia (4-5, 5-5) beat Gue#* Bish SFX* McG McG; lost to Lav Sher Lav Sher Mtl
    16 Ottawa (5-4, 5-5) beat Gue* Que Tor* York* Wind; lost to McG# UWO Laur McM Wind
    17 Bishop's (3-6, 4-6) beat York*# MtA* McG McG; lost to Sher Conc Mtl Sher Lav Lav
    18 Laurier (4-5) beat York* Ott Wat* Gue*; lost to Wind Que UWO McM Que
    19 McGill (0-9, 1-9) beat Ott#; lost to Mtl Sher Aca Lav Bish Conc Mtl Bish Conc


    “JABRONIS”
    20 St. F-X (2-6, 3-6) beat MtA*# MtA* MtA*; lost to Aca Conc Aca SMU SMU Aca
    21 Alberta (0-8, 0-9) lost to Calg# Sask Man UBC Reg Calg Man UBC Sask
    22 Toronto (3-5) beat York* Gue* Wat*; lost to Wind Ott Que McM UWO
    23 Guelph (2-6, 2-7) beat Wat* York*; lost to Conc# Ott Tor* McM Wind UWO Laur
    24 Mt. Allison (0-8, 0-9) lost to SFX#* SMU Bish SMU SFX* Aca Aca SFX* SMU
    25 York (1-7, 1-8) beat Wat*; lost to Bish# Laur Tor* Que UWO Ott Gue* Wind
    26 Waterloo (0-8) lost to UWO Gue* York* Wind McM Laur Que Tor*


    ”A**CLOWNS”
    27 Simon Fraser (0-0)


    Laval pips Calgary for #1 based on their consistently better results all year long. Laval has not romped like they have done. They spent time behind UWO and Calgary this year. None of the others earned the right to be called "contender", although McMaster came close. I was tempted to demote the Urban Cowboys due to their late season swoon. However they beat Macaroni so remain ahead of them. Queen's early season loss to Ottawa really has altered what might have been. Without neing anchored down by he faltering Urban Cowboys, Macroni could have been in the top 3 and the Queens could have been as high as #6.
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