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Well, how things have changed. One week after saying that the Concordia Stingers football team had all the home field advantage they need against the other members of the “Big Three” in the Quebec conference, it seems that there isn’t a “Big Three” at all.

Well, how things have changed. One week after saying that the Concordia Stingers football team had all the home field advantage they need against the other members of the “Big Three” in the Quebec conference, it seems that there isn’t a “Big Three” at all. The Universit

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