Waterloo (4-3) at Ottawa (4-2) Kickoff: Saturday, Gee-Gees Field, 1 p.m., History 101: The Gee-Gees downed the Warriors 65-1 in Waterloo last year, racking up 693 yards of total offence. Ottawa finished with a 6-2 record and lost to Carleton 45-9 in the playoff quarter-finals. Ottawa has 11 straight victories over Waterloo, dating back to a 29-23 win in 2001. The Gee-Gees were the reigning Vanier Cup champions that year and had just moved into OUA from the Ontario-Quebec Intercollegiate Football Conference. Extra points: The Warriors lead the OUA in passing touchdowns (16), third-down conversions (19-41), punt return average (14.0), and time of possession per game (33:27). Tre Ford has played in five games and leads the Warriors in rushing with 553 yards. Tyler Ternowski has played in four games and tops all receiver with 584 yards, good for an OUA-best average of 146.0 yards per game. Kurtis Gray has recorded a team-high 49.5 tackles.