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LONDON, Ont. Cyber Monday NHL Jerseys . -- Second-ranked Western kept its undefeated season in tact by using its dominant ground game to run past No. 3 Queens 50-31 in Canadian Interuniversity Sport action on Saturday. Quarterback Wil Finch and running backs Yannick Harou and Adam Sinclair all rushed in touchdowns for Western (6-0). Finch also passed for two TDs, with Sinclair catching one of the scores. Finch was impressive on the ground, running for 114 yards while also racking up 254 passing yards on the day. Harous 153 rushing yards was the most among Mustangs running backs. Ryan Granberg broke a career rushing record for the Gaels (4-1), hitting and surpassing the 3,000-yard plateau by rushing for 117 yards. Granberg passed Mike Giffins record of 3,035 yards in his Queens career. Gaels quarterback Billy McPhee was 22-for-36 with 336 yards, one touchdown and one interception. Daniel Heslop led all Queens receivers with 87 yards. Also in CIS football action: McGill 53 Concordia 52 (OT); Laval 46 Bishops 38; Guelph 41 Waterloo 19; Ottawa 46 York 16; Windsor 26 Laurier 25 (OT); Manitoba 34 Regina 15; Saskatchewan 17 UBC 12; Calgary 76 Alberta 21; and Acadia 40 Mount Allison 9. -- McGill 53 Concordia 52 (OT) At Montreal, Luis Guimont-Mota ran in a touchdown from one yard out and Samy Rassy kicked the conversion as the Redmen (3-2) slipped past the Stingers (0-5) in overtime. -- No. 1 Laval 46 No. 8 Bishops 38 At Lennoxville, Que., quarterback Alex Skinner completed 19 of 24 passes for 281 yards and two touchdowns as the top-ranked Rouge et Or (5-0) dispatched the Gaiters (3-2). -- No. 6 Guelph 41 Waterloo 19 At Waterloo, Ont., quarterback Jazz Lindsey threw 249 yards and four touchdowns as the Gryphons (5-0) bested the Warriors (1-4). -- Ottawa 46 York 16 At Toronto, QB Derek Wendel passed for 297 yards and four TDs as the Gee-Gees (3-3) thumped the Lions (2-3). --- Windsor 26 Laurier 25 (OT) At Waterloo, Ont., kicker Dan Cerino scored a rouge in overtime as the Lancers (4-2) edged the Golden Hawks (1-5). --- No. 10 Manitoba 34 Regina 15 At Winnipeg, quarterback Jordan Yantz passed for 134 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Bisons (3-2) past the Rams (1-4). --- No. 7 Saskatchewan 17 UBC 15 At Vancouver, Shane Buchanan rushed for 67 yards and a touchdown and quarterback Drew Burko put up 231 passing yards as the Huskies (4-1) downed the Thunderbirds (2-3). --- No. 5 Calgary 76 Alberta 21 At Edmonton, Andrew Buckley completed 22 of 26 passes for 336 yards and three touchdowns, and running back Mercer Timmis carried for 214 yards and four TDs as the Dinos (5-0) decimated the Golden Bears (0-5). --- Acadia 40 Mount Allison 9 At Wolfville, N.S., Zack Skibin rushed for 105 yards and a touchdown, and the Axemen (2-2) defence held the Mounties (1-3) to just three field goals. 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Mullin was officially introduced by Minister Chong on the floor of the legislature, and afterwards he and Minister Chong took the storied trophy onto the front steps of the legislature, where they were met by Clint Hamilton, director of athletics and recreation at the University of Victoria and past president of CIS, as well as a group of Victoria football players from local junior high school, high school and junior programs. "The BC Government has been a supportive partner for the Vanier Cup through their sponsorship of the Grey Cup Festival," said Mullin. "We have a greaat opportunity to present a national championship at a price the whole family can afford. St. Louis Blues Jersey Cyber Monday. " It was announced on Wednesday that the 21,000-ticket mark had been reached for the CIS football final, with a sellout of the 25,300-seat lower bowl in sight. Tickets remain at participating Canada Safeway stores in Southwestern BC, for only $17. Tickets can also be purchased from the box office by calling 778-383-0922. Four teams remain in the hunt for the 2011 Vanier Cup and only two will be left standing following Friday nights CIS semifinals. The evening starts off with the Uteck Bowl from Moncton, NB as the OUA champion McMaster Marauders face the AUS champion Acadia Axemen at 7:30 p.m. AT (3:30 p.m. PT). The duel is followed by the defending national champion Laval Rouge et Or visiting the four-time Canada West champion Calgary Dinos in the Mitchell Bowl at 7:30 p.m. MT (6:30 p.m. PT). Both games are on TSN and RDS. ' ' '