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Concordia Stingers’ 2003 football report card

by Archives December 3, 2003

The Concordia Stingers’ 2003 football season was the best it had seen in the past few years. Despite the stellar year, there were a few minor breakdowns within the team that led to the team losing a humiliating 59-7 Dunsmore Cup game to the Laval Rouge et Or.

The position-by-position report card will offer a deeper analysis of the team’s strengths and weaknesses.

Quarterback: A-. It’s hard to criticize Bond, Jon Bond. While he may not be the conference’s best passer, he is more than competent throwing the ball.

In only his second year with the Stingers, he has improved dramatically and this American import has finally grasped all the little aspects of Canadian football.

Although he was a pivot who relied heavily on his running backs, he proved to be an outstanding passer as well when he threw over 400 yards in the QIFC semi-final against Universit

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