QUEBEC – Rinn Rouge et Or quarterback Hugo Richard completes his university football career in the Saturday style, leading to Laval Rouge et Or to the 34-20 influence over the Western Mangangan in the " The 54th Vanier Cup.
Laval built up a rebel against the No. 1 numbers, which hit the Rouge et Or 39-17 in a national football contest last year in Hamilton.
This time, in the very bad weather of November football, Richard welcomed the 12,380 home fans by finishing 23 to 31 permissions to try 348 yards and two trips.
The five-year QB was also running for 60 yards and score.
Laval has won 10 Vanier Cups in the 26-year history of its program. The West hoped to add eight titles and keep game 23 not to live.
This is the third time Laval and the West met in the Vanier Cup. The Rouge et Or won their first game in 2008.
QB in the west Chris Merchant finished 26 out of 46 passes for 358 yards and one touchdown but was introduced three times.
Laval was led by 10-0 after his first season and ran 17-13 at the second half before he closed the west side to 10-minute quarter.
The buyer of Cole Majoros won a 25-yard touchdown with two minutes left to cut the deficit to 14. But the attempt was stopped back when Hail May was made from a Last Last Merchant .
Laval had risen to 34-13 when Alexis Cote went down on the tour line with just over five minutes left.
The Rouge et Or minutes beat the game, with Richard hitting her & # 39; Vincent Forbes-Mombleau's receiver with a 46-yard pass in the head belt. A merchant got to start with a 26-glance ending to Majoros, but Laval's Maxym Lavallee was taken over by a 31-year-old result. David Cote Laval built on to the driver after that.
The second verse started with the west side which was split on its & # 39; Laval zone on a 10-yard course with Cedric Joseph. Merchant na Mustangs placed two borders on the tour line and Ioseph stopped stopping his or her destination zone.
Richard threw 27-yards to Jonathan Britain to sit on the next drill and hit Benoit Gagnon-Brousseau with a 22-yard for a 17-7-up score. The west side passed deeply into the belt itself, and # 39; third-inch objection to expand the driver before Marc Liegghio defeated a 36-year timetable.
Liegghio shot a 18-year field visit with one page left in the first half, to leave the score 17-13.
The West opening service at the second half was increasing after your total loss. Then, Richard Laval left his 11-yard run and was convicted of TD for the next play for a 24-13 chief.
The West gave the opportunity to allow Laval's leadership in the third quarter when the Rouge et Or met a fieldside attempt.
Peter Black, Canadian Press