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Times are changing quickly in CIS football. Not only is there a new proposal from David Dube and Jim Mullin for a national interlock schedule that would pit the top teams in the country against each other during the regular season, but there have been major moves by CIS teams to elevate themselves to the elite ranks through coaching changes, improving their facilities and getting a recruiting jump on their competition. Hot on the heels of the Manitoba Bisons ending the Calgary Dinos’ Hardy Trophy streak at six and the Montreal Carabins ending Laval’s consecutive Vanier Cup appearance streak at four, winning their first Vanier in the process, the UBC | Full Article