The Saskatchewan Roughriders are excruciatingly aware that there is an “L” in “Calgary.”
Saskatchewan has lost its last three games at McMahon Stadium by a combined score/snore of 117-61. 530 more words
It was one of the best lines I have ever heard from Calgary Stampeder general manager John Hufnagel.
“We may not be the prettiest girl at the dance, but our dance card is full,” Hufnagel said a couple of years ago on Sports Talk. 346 more words
Kevin Glenn’s present-day numbers are unsurpassed when it comes to touchdown passes (seven) and years (38).
Despite being the CFL’s oldest player, the Saskatchewan Roughriders quarterback is enjoying a scorching start to the 2017 season — a well-deserved development for one of the league’s all-time class acts. 1,098 more words
John Chick’s hectic life away from the football field hasn’t slowed him down on it.
Chick has found a balance between his off-field challenges and his status as one of the CFL’s elite defensive ends with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats. 611 more words
Mosaic Stadium, featuring state-of-the-art cup-holders, is shiny and brand-new. The losing, however, got old long ago.
Contrast the lavish surroundings with the recent reality and it is easy to identify the problem that has afflicted the Saskatchewan Roughriders — and to grasp the need for a long-awaited respite from the misery. 511 more words
After starting off the 2017 CFL season on the right foot the Edmonton Eskimos will look to do the same on Friday night in their home-opener as they welcome the… 535 more words