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Saskatchewan Roughriders players unsure what the future holds

Changes are coming to the Saskatchewan Roughriders, but they’re above Tearrius George’s pay grade.

Asked Monday if he thought his tenure with the CFL team might be coming to an end, George just shrugged. 675 more words

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Murray's Sunday Musings on the 2-15 Riders

CALGARY – Some random thoughts the day after the Riders tied a franchise record, ugh, with their 15th defeat:

— It would have been a monumental upset if the Riders managed to beat the Stampeders on Saturday. 632 more words

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University of Regina Rams’ Davin Johnston is catching on

Davin Johnston was born to be a receiver.

So naturally, his football career began in the trenches.

“My first year, I was a D-lineman,” Johnston, 20, said with a chuckle. 602 more words

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McNuggets: Glenn under the gun to rebound against Tiger-Cats

Some thoughts, musings and observations before today’s game between the Saskatchewan Roughriders (2-12) and the host Hamilton Tiger-Cats (8-5):


Riders quarterback Kevin Glenn failed to throw for more than 200 yards in Saturday’s 46-20 loss to the B.C. 433 more words

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Vanstone: Victory-deprived Riders are due for a celebration | Video

REGINA — Stay tuned for the Hunger Games — back-to-back CFL collisions between the Winnipeg Blue Bombers and the feckless Saskatchewan Roughriders.

The Roughriders, who are saddled with an 0-9-0 record for only the third time in franchise history, have a ravenous appetite for a victory. 840 more words

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TD a major thrill for well-travelled Roosevelt |Video

Naaman Roosevelt snapped a lengthy touchdown drought Sunday.

When the Saskatchewan Roughriders receiver hauled in a nine-yard scoring strike during a 35-13 CFL loss to the host Ottawa Redblacks, it was his first touchdown since … 620 more words

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Vanstone: Roughriders are without hope under Chamblin

REGINA — Corey Chamblin is devoid of victories and, more importantly, vision during the lost cause that is the Saskatchewan Roughriders’ 2015 season.

With Chamblin as head coach, the Green and White is floundering at the present and unable to satisfactorily address the team’s future interests. 730 more words

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