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Riders special teams' soloists enjoying banner starts

REGINA — Ricky Schmitt and Jock Sanders are the thunder and lightning of the Saskatchewan Roughriders’ special teams.

Schmitt’s thundering punts have produced a league-best average of 49.3 yards per boot while helping the Riders post a CFL-best 2-0 record. 710 more words


TGIF: More on the Riders' deal for McKnight

I just wrapped up my interviews with Riders assistant general manager Jeremy O’Day and Brody McKnight, the newest member of the Roughriders.

The Riders now have four kickers on the active roster – Chris Milo, Ricky Schmidt, Chris Bodnar and McKnight. 291 more words

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Riders aquire McKnight for draft picks

The news just keeps coming out of Riderville. Here’s the release on the latest trade:

The Saskatchewan Roughriders announced today they have acquired non-import kicker Brody McKnight and a sixth round selection (49th overall) in the 2013 Canadian Draft from the Edmonton Eskimos in exchange for two fifth round selections (39th and 40th overall) in the 2013 Canadian Draft. 166 more words

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Nü Sensae

Punk is dead, at least it was to me – but it raised from the grave and now hunts me down. I run upfront, smashing my way through patch, pines, people. 66 more words


McKnight caught in Eskimos’ kicking shuffle

By Mike Beamish

VANCOUVER — Brody McKnight is still waiting for his CFL career to get off the ground.

Actually, it did, but only ever so slightly last Saturday at Ivor Wynne Stadium in Hamilton. 759 more words


Eskies dead set against big changes

By Chris O’Leary

EDMONTON — Kavis Reed is sticking with what he’s got.

Two days after his Edmonton Eskimos’ worst loss of the season — a 51-8 drubbing by the Hamilton Tiger-Cats — Reed said there wouldn’t be any changes made within his coaching staff. 750 more words


Eskimos' new punter Brody McKnight may have to wait for CFL debut

HAMILTON — Brody McKnight is hoping Saturday will mark his debut in the Canadian Football League.

If it is, the Edmonton Eskimos will hold their breath and hope that their freshly acquired punt man leads with his best foot forward. 712 more words