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Montreal Carabins beat Concordia Stingers 38-0

Danny Maciocia (L), coach of University of Montreal Carabins football team greets offensive linesman David Foucault prior to their opening game against the McGill Redmens on September 1, 2011.

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Rotrand Sene rushed for two touchdowns Friday as the No. 3 Montreal Carabins pounded the Concordia Stingers 38-0 in Canadian university football.

The Carabins running back finished with 118 yards on 14 carries to go along with two catches for 45 yards as Montreal improved to 5-0 on the season.

Montreal quarterback Alexandre Nadeau-Piuze was 13-for-21 passing for 244 yards and a touchdown. He also ran in another score.

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Ali Ndao caught five balls for 96 yards and touchdown, while Nicolas Gauthier returned an interception for the Carabins' other TD.

Charles Bauer accounted for the other Montreal points with a 15-yard field goal and five converts.

Reid Quest had a miserable day at quarterback for Concordia (2-3), finishing 14-of-26 passing for 168 yards and three interceptions.

In the only other game in the CIS, No. 7 Regina scored a late touchdown to beat No. 8 Manitoba 30-27.

At Montreal, Nadeau-Piuze scored from a yard out in the first quarter to give the Carabins an early lead.

After Bauer made it 10-0, Nadeau-Piuze hooked up with Ndao on a 20-yard TD strike as the Carabins led 17-0 at the half.

Sene got into the action in the third quarter with touchdown runs of five and 24 yards before Gauthier returned a Quest interception 34 yards to make it 38-0.

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There was no scoring in the fourth quarter.

No. 7 Rams 30, No. 8 Bisons 27

At Regina, Marc Mueller hooked up with Connor Haas on a 23-yard touchdown pass with 20 seconds to go in the fourth quarter as the Rams defeated Manitoba.

Mueller finished 35-of-55 passing for 397 yards and two TDs for Regina (4-1).

Cam Clark was 9-for-28 for 236 yards, two touchdowns and four interceptions for Manitoba (3-2).

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