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46th Vanier Cup
1234 Total
Calgary Dinos 0200 2
Laval Rouge et Or 17903 29
Date November 27, 2010
Stadium PEPS Stadium
Location Quebec City
Ted Morris Memorial Trophy Sébastien Lévesque
Bruce Coulter Award Marc-Antoine Beaudoin-Cloutier
Attendance 16,237
Broadcasters
Network TSN, Radio Canada

The 46th Vanier Cup took place on November 27, 2010, at PEPS Stadium in Quebec City, Quebec, determining the CIS Football champions for 2010.[1] The Laval Rouge et Or defeated the Calgary Dinos 29–2 to win their sixth national title in twelve years. Including the playoffs, the Rouge et Or won thirteen games, a single season record. Laval's defence held Calgary to 147 yards on offence; the Dinos' only points came on a conceded safety in the second quarter.

Sébastien Lévesque won the Ted Morris Memorial Trophy as Most Valuable Player, rushing for 168 yards and one touchdown. On defence, the Bruce Coulter Award went to Marc-Antoine Beaudoin-Cloutier, who recorded 4.5 tackles and a sack.

Game summary

Calgary Dinos (2) - safety touch.

Laval Rouge et Or (29) - TDs, Sébastien Lévesque, Yannick Morin-Plante; FGs Christopher Milo (5); cons., Milo (2).

Scoring summary

First Quarter
LAV - TD Lévesque 41 run (Milo convert) (4:27) 7 - 0 LAV
LAV - TD Morin-Plante 40 pass from Prud'homme (Milo convert) (7:43) 14 - 0 LAV
LAV - FG Milo 12 (13:39) 17 - 0 LAV
Second Quarter
CGY - Safety Team, Milo concedes (4:09) 17 - 2 LAV
LAV - FG Milo 24 (6:46) 20 - 2 LAV
LAV - FG Milo 23 (10:49) 23 - 2 LAV
LAV - FG Milo 27 (14:49) 26 - 2 LAV
Third Quarter
No Scoring
Fourth Quarter
LAV - FG Milo 18 (13:29) 29 - 2 LAV

Notable game facts

  • In what was statistically the most commanding defensive effort in Vanier Cup history, the Rouge et Or held the Dinos offence to just 140 net yards, bettering the previous Vanier Cup mark of 161 net yards allowed by the Guelph Gryphons in their 1984 victory over the Mount Allison Mounties.
  • Laval became just the second school to win a Vanier Cup game in their home city, following the Toronto Varsity Blues, who won championships at Varsity Stadium in 1965 and at SkyDome (now the Rogers Centre) in 1993.
  • Calgary completed its third straight campaign with a defeat at PEPS Stadium, having lost both the 2008 Uteck Bowl to Laval and 2009 Vanier Cup to the Queen's Golden Gaels in Quebec City.
  • Laval won a third Vanier Cup against head coach Blake Nill. The first two occurrences happened in 1999 and 2003 while Nill was coaching the Saint Mary's Huskies.
  • After their win, the Laval Rouge et Or have now won six national titles, tied for first overall with the Western Ontario Mustangs. However, Laval is undefeated in six games, whereas Western has won six games and lost six games.
  • With this title, Glen Constantin becomes the first to win 5 Vanier Cup titles as head coach. Peter Connellan, former Calgary head coach, comes second with 4 wins.

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Championships

The Vanier Cup is played between the champions of the Mitchell Bowl and the Uteck Bowl, the national semi-final games. In 2010, according to the rotating schedule, the Dunsmore Cup Quebec championship team will meet the Ontario conference's Yates Cup champion for the Uteck Bowl. The winners of the Canada West conference Hardy Trophy will host the Atlantic conference Loney Bowl champions for the Mitchell Bowl.

Playoff bracket

Conference Quarter-finals Conference Semi-finals Conference Championships National Semi-finals 46th Vanier Cup
      
          Acadia Axemen 22  
          Mount Allison Mounties 14  
            Acadia Axemen 8  
          Saint Mary's Huskies 37  
               
               
            Saint Mary's Huskies 8  
          Calgary Dinos 35  
          Alberta Golden Bears 31  
          Saskatchewan Huskies 30  
          Alberta Golden Bears 3
          Calgary Dinos 56  
          Regina Rams 33  
          Calgary Dinos 40  
            Calgary Dinos 2
          Laval Rouge et Or 29
          McMaster Marauders 28
 Queen's Golden Gaels 19      Western Ontario Mustangs 34  
 McMaster Marauders 40      Western Ontario Mustangs 26
          Ottawa Gee-Gees 25  
          Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks 31  
 Guelph Gryphons 10      Ottawa Gee-Gees 32  
 Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks 42      Western Ontario Mustangs 11  
          Laval Rouge et Or 13  
          Sherbrooke Vert et Or 33       
          Montreal Carabins 26       
          Sherbrooke Vert et Or 17
          Laval Rouge et Or 22  
          Bishop's Gaiters 1
          Laval Rouge et Or 56  
      

References

External links

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