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    Quote Originally Posted by gilligan View Post
    The other Greg Marshall
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay K. View Post
    Yep! Now you should be able to guess the other one!
    Just announced Jeremy Murphy WR from Champlain St-Lambert to the Stingers. Offensive MVP of D3. Lots of upside. Big play receiver.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay K. View Post
    Just announced Jeremy Murphy WR from Champlain St-Lambert to the Stingers. Offensive MVP of D3. Lots of upside. Big play receiver.
    https://twitter.com/The_Stingers/sta...64651345821698

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    Yep, Stingers seem to have a good recruiting so far; with the brand new set of coaches I sure hope it will show on the field. Looking forward to see the difference.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bizz View Post
    Yep, Stingers seem to have a good recruiting so far; with the brand new set of coaches I sure hope it will show on the field. Looking forward to see the difference.
    I would say that it is improving but still nothing close to UL and UdeM. Like the two WR they got from Champlain-St.Lambert

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bizz View Post
    Yep, Stingers seem to have a good recruiting so far; with the brand new set of coaches I sure hope it will show on the field. Looking forward to see the difference.
    I would say that it is improving but still nothing close to UL and UdeM. Like the two WR they got from Champlain-St. Lambert. Still have irons in the fire, including some out of province kids.

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    All I know is Queens class is amazing! As for the stingers, sorry Jay K, but a bunch of division 3 and Quebec junior players will not do the trick �� Not sure what you’re smoking but I guess when you reach for the stars and you only get to your tree house, is not that bad �� As for CEGEP players, we have had a few but nothing great. It seems when they come out of CEGEP they’ve pretty much reach their potential. I actually spoke to a coach about this, unless they’re a talented D1 student athlete, he much prefers developing non Quebecers.

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    All I know is Queens class is amazing! As for the stingers, sorry Jay K, but a bunch of division 3 and Quebec junior players will not do the trick 😳 Not sure what you’re smoking but I guess when you reach for the stars and you only get to your tree house, is not that bad 😁 As for CEGEP players, we have had a few but nothing great. It seems when they come out of CEGEP they’ve pretty much reach their potential. I actually spoke to a coach about this, unless they’re a talented D1 student athlete, he much prefers developing non Quebecers. He said the talent in D43 is just not that good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigdog86 View Post
    As for CEGEP players, we have had a few but nothing great. It seems when they come out of CEGEP they’ve pretty much reach their potential. I actually spoke to a coach about this, unless they’re a talented D1 student athlete, he much prefers developing non Quebecers.
    Well, Laval has not done so bad lately developing Quebecers and cégep players...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bizz View Post
    Yep, Stingers seem to have a good recruiting so far; with the brand new set of coaches I sure hope it will show on the field. Looking forward to see the difference.
    Maybe it will take them a few years though.
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    Never said it was great but better than a couple of weeks ago. Queens has done well IMHO

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigdog86 View Post
    As for CEGEP players, we have had a few but nothing great. It seems when they come out of CEGEP they’ve pretty much reach their potential. I actually spoke to a coach about this, unless they’re a talented D1 student athlete, he much prefers developing non Quebecers. He said the talent in D3 is just not that good.
    Quote Originally Posted by Sylven View Post
    Well, Laval has not done so bad lately developing Quebecers and cégep players...
    Maybe it is more about Laval landing the most talented D1 student-athletes in the first place, than having to develop lesser talented players.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sylven View Post
    Maybe it will take them a few years though.
    Yep! The first step for Concordia is to establish themselves as a dominant 3rd place team in the RSEQ next season (and play some closer games against Laval & Montreal).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stinger Fan View Post
    The first step for Concordia is to establish themselves as a dominant 3rd place team in the RSEQ next season (and play some closer games against Laval & Montreal).
    The first step for Concordia really, before establishing themselves as a dominant 3rd place team in the RSEQ, is to establish themselves as a 3rd place team period! And that means, beating Sherbrooke and McGill consistently. It may sound a bit basic but they haven't managed that over the last few years. Playing closer games against Laval and Montréal is really the second step that I don't foresee before a few years at least.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sylven View Post
    The first step for Concordia really, before establishing themselves as a dominant 3rd place team in the RSEQ, is to establish themselves as a 3rd place team period! And that means, beating Sherbrooke and McGill consistently. It may sound a bit basic but they haven't managed that over the last few years. Playing closer games against Laval and Montréal is really the second step that I don't foresee before a few years at least.
    Chuckles

    You're just saying the same thing with different words. Not sure what point you're trying to make but, for most people, a team that consistently beats lower level opponents is pretty much establishing itself in a dominant position.
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    Prior to this past season Concordia was the number three team in the RSEQ

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay K. View Post
    Prior to this past season Concordia was the number three team in the RSEQ
    Hummm, I'd say it was more of a dance between Con-U and Sherby to see who would get to lead

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    Quote Originally Posted by ExiledFan View Post
    Hummm, I'd say it was more of a dance between Con-U and Sherby to see who would get to lead

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    True. I forgot about the last years of the McGrath era!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ExiledFan View Post
    Hummm, I'd say it was more of a dance between Con-U and Sherby to see who would get to lead

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    Forgot about the last years of the McGrath era!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sylven View Post
    Playing closer games against Laval and Montréal is really the second step that I don't foresee before a few years at least.
    Not expecting Concordia to beat Laval or Montreal next season, but I hope they can at least avoid any more of those 50+ point blowouts they've had against those teams in the past.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stinger Fan View Post
    Not expecting Concordia to beat Laval or Montreal next season, but I hope they can at least avoid any more of those 50+ point blowouts they've had against those teams in the past.
    Not expecting Concordia to give Laval and Montréal close games next season. Blowouts are still a possibility although I hope Concordia will be a somewhat tougher opponent in 2019.
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    Maybe Collinson can convince Trenton Miller to come back and use his final season of eligibility.
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    Trenton has no eligibility left

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay K. View Post
    True. I forgot about the last years of the McGrath era!
    Pretty healthy thing to do.
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    A veryyyyyy good catch at BU

    Should help the Gaiter's usually porous D. One DT coming up !
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