Holy Toledo, it’s been a while since I got off my ass to sit on my ass and write one of these bad boys. I’m not going to make any excuses other than being crazy busy at work, incredibly lazy after work, and a tumultuous political climate thanks to god damn Obama. 1,094 more words
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SURREY, B.C. – B.C. Lions general manager Wally Buono never saw it coming.
Head coach Mike Benevides called the performance “very, very disturbing.”
A little more than 24 hours after the Montreal Alouettes embarrassed the Lions 50-17 in the CFL’s East Division semifinal, Buono and Benevides met the media on Monday to begin the autopsy on a season that started with the promise of another Grey Cup in their backyard and ended with a resounding thud. 939 more words
The B.C. Lions season came to a brutal end with a 50-17 loss to the Montreal Alouettes in the 2014 CFL East Division semifinal.
The Lions, who crossed over into the East Division from the West Division after finishing the season with a better record than the Toronto Argonauts, struggled to move the ball on offence and were called for several momentum-killing penalties on defence, ending a season that will have GM Wally Buono thinking long and hard about his team’s future. 232 more words
Last weekend was the final week of the CFL season, which determined the playoff matchups in each division.
Despite the Toronto Argonauts 23-5 victory over the Ottawa Redblacks, they were eliminated from playoff contention as a result of the Hamilton Tiger-Cats defeating the Montreal Alouettes 29-15. 192 more words