On August 24, they had been forced to forfeit.
At that time, they would have normally had to visit the Gauls of Cégep de La Pocatière.
However, they were pitifully at home, because their alignment was anemic in the wake of a series of suspensions with a direct link to an initiation that has fueled many conversations.
Unsurprisingly, a week later, the Gaillards showed up in front of their fans with a very strong desire to leave behind this unglamorous episode.
They quickly imposed their pace against the Vulkins of Cégep de Victoriaville.
After only seven minutes of play, they had already scored a touchdown in addition to a punt placement.
At half-time, they had significantly increased their lead and had raised the score to 34 to 6.
The final mark of the game was 43 to 13.
According to Gaillards head coach François Laberge, his men were in a hurry to forget their missed rendez-vous with the Gauls.
For them, the important thing was to move quickly to something else. That's exactly what they managed to dohe said, visibly satisfied.
With information from Thomas Laberge