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Montreal Carabins
First season 2002
Athletic director Paul Krivicky
Head coach Danny Maciocia
2nd year, 6–3–0  (.667)
Other staff Marco Iadeluca (OC)
Denis Touchette (DC)
Home stadium CEPSUM Stadium
Stadium capacity 5100
Stadium surface FieldTurf
Location Montreal, Quebec
League CIS
Conference QUFL/RSEQ (2002 - present)
Past associations OIFC (1966)
CCIFC (1967-1970)
QUAA (1971)
All-time record 59–32–0 (.648)
Postseason record 4–10
Vanier Cups 0
Dunsmore Cups 0
Hec Crighton winners 0
Colours Royal Blue and White and Black

                     

Outfitter Nike
Rivals Laval Rouge et Or
Website carabins.umontreal.ca

The Montréal Carabins CIS football team began its second incarnation in 2002 after over thirty years of being dormant. The Carabins first began play in 1966 in the Ontario Intercollegiate Football Conference and continued play for the next six seasons. The program was dropped after the 1971 season due to a shift in philosophy as many francophone universities placed an emphasis on community involvement and intramural athletic activities as opposed to intercollegiate athletics. That philosophy has shifted back to intercollegiate sports as Université Laval, Montréal and Université de Sherbrooke each began programs in 1996, 2002 and 2003, respectively.

The current program has seen marked success in the regular season, having qualified for the playoffs in each of the past ten seasons, but has never gotten past the Dunsmore Cup, and has lost the semi-final six of those ten times.

Recent Regular season results Edit

Season Games Won Lost OL Pct % PF PA Standing
20028 08- 0.000 62 3595th in QUFL
20038 62- 0.625 220 1603rd in QUFL
20048 80- 1.000 256 751st in QUFL
20058 62- 0.875 229 1582nd in QUFL
20068 62- 0.750 188 1383rd in QUFL
20078 44- 0.500 151 1494th in QUFL
20088 53- 0.625 273 1384th in QUFL
20098 53- 0.625 222 1462nd in QUFL
20109 54- 0.556 227 1512nd in QUFL
20119 63- 0.667 202 1523rd in RSEQ
20129 81- 0.889 299 1022nd in RSEQ
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Recent Playoff ResultsEdit

Montreal Carabins in the CFLEdit

As of the end of the 2012 CFL season, three former Carabins players are on CFL teams' rosters:

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