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Classy Saskatchewan Roughriders playmakers together again

In a classically gormless Vanstonian moment, I began to introduce Regina Leader-Post photographer Troy Fleece to the four interviewees standing before me.

“Troy,” I began, going from left to right, “this is Wes and … uh … (clears throat) … why am I doing this?” 922 more words

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Thirty-four years the expiration date for trio of ex-Eskimos starters

Lift the lid on a trio of veterans who started for the Edmonton Eskimos last season, and you’ll see their best-before date came due Tuesday. 636 more words


Top 10 games at Mosaic Stadium: 2013 Grey Cup game tops them all

#1 — 2013 GREY CUP

Date: Nov. 24, 2013.

Score: Saskatchewan Roughriders 45, Hamilton Tiger-Cats 23.

Attendance: 44,710.


The Roughriders seized their final opportunity to win a home-field Grey Cup game, assuming a 31-6 halftime lead over Hamilton and inciting a party that endured long after the final gun as fans celebrated on Albert Street along the Green Mile. 359 more words

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Mike Reilly leads Edmonton Eskimos 40-20 over Montreal Alouettes

Mike Reilly threw touchdown passes to Brandon Zylstra and Chris Getzlaf and ran one in himself as the Edmonton Eskimos defeated the Montreal Alouettes 40-20 for their third straight victory before 20,512 at Percival Molson Stadium on Monday afternoon. 415 more words


Hello and good-bye for Getzlaf in first trip back to Mosaic Stadium

The only question for Chris Getzlaf when he boards a plane to Regina Saturday will be if he’s going to a homecoming or a farewell tour. 669 more words


Edmonton Eskimos saying all the right things about Chris Jones

EDMONTON — Chris Getzlaf isn’t deriving any extra satisfaction from the Saskatchewan Roughriders’ struggles this season.

Getzlaf spent the past eight-plus CFL seasons in Saskatchewan, but the team’s new regime didn’t re-sign the slotback after he became a free agent in February. 550 more words

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Bell adds motivation to Riders-Stampeders rivalry in advance of Thursday's game

CALGARY — Joshua Bell added a spark to the rivalry between the Saskatchewan Roughriders and Calgary Stampeders.

Bell, the Stampeders’ starting safety, was responding to a question Wednesday about the importance of quarterback Darian Durant to the Riders. 734 more words

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