The McMaster Marauders football team remains undefeated in OUA gridiron action and, at four wins, sits on top of the 10-team standings. Quarterback Kyle Quinlan, the 23-year-old fifth year Honours Economics senior, continues to dominate in the air, throwing for 340 yards last Saturday against Queen’s.
The Marauders seem to be on a post season track outscoring their last four opponents by a combined 196-66.
Mac defeated visiting Queen’s 33-20 in front of 4132 fans at Ron Joyce Stadium.
Queen’s was able to take a win on another field Saturday, though, as their fifth-ranked Women’s Rugby squad dominated the McMaster side 32-5 at McMaster’s Alumni Field.
I twice survived my adventure last week to photograph the Argonauts’ practice session. Once while at the Mississauga field, as I refrained from chanting “Argos Suck!” and being blacklisted from future photo shoots. And I survived again this past Saturday when news of my trip to the Toronto camp filtered out to the people I sit with in Ivor Wynne’s Box A.
The query “You went to an Argos practice?” was accompanied with furrowed eyebrows and a sideways glance from the one we call Smitty. Once, a few years ago, Smitty was kicked out of the SkyDome twice and managed to return each time to berate the Double Blue sidelines with beer-fueled gridiron epithets.
But, fortunately, on this day the Tiger-Cats played an outstanding game destroying the Edmonton Eskimos 51-8 and most of the focus was directed toward the field.
Ti-Cats quarterback Henry Burris, below, made 23 completions for 418 yards and three touchdowns.
Hamilton’s defense was up to the challenge as well, giving up only eight points despite having 360 yards passed against them. Here DB Chris Rwabukamba reels in Eskimo veteran Fred Stamps who hauled in this 59-yarder.
And Hamilton’s Jamall Johnson played a “Perfect 10” defense, below, keeping receiver Hugh Charles out of the endzone.
Oskee Wee Wee!