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Was Sunday's Grey Cup game the greatest ever?

“The Greatest Grey Cup Ever” — the story of the 1989 Saskatchewan Roughriders — is incontestably one of the top two books I have written. 556 more words

Saskatchewan Roughriders

Stampeders Grey Cup history

TORONTO – The Calgary Stampeders are looking to climb above the .500 mark.

The Stamps split their two previous Grey Cup meetings against Ottawa, winning in 1948 and falling short 20 years later. 1,448 more words

Calgary Stampeders

Terry Jones: No substance in commissioner's state of CFL press conference

TORONTO — Talk a lot and say nothing about anything important. Jeffery Orridge stuck with his all-style, no-substance approach in his ‘State of the League’ replay. 782 more words

Edmonton Eskimos

Terry Jones: CFL needs to look at one division format

Would an Edmonton-Calgary Grey Cup game inspire the end of the traditional East-West format for the future and the arrival of the one-league concept?

The suggestion throughout the season in which the fourth place team in the West ended up with a better record than the first place team in the East is that the time has come. 1,239 more words

Edmonton Eskimos

Redblacks ready for nasty conditions in East final

Henry Burris didn’t flinch when he heard the weather forecast for Sunday’s CFL East championship game: Wet, snowy and windy.

He’s been through worse, much worse — the 2010 West final in Calgary, with Burris’ Stampeders losing 20-16 to the Saskatchewan Roughriders. 894 more words

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Mitchell vs. Jennings shapes up as marquee matchup

Bo vs. Zach.

It’s the battle royale.

It’s the marquee matchup that everyone focuses on every time the Calgary Stampeders and Hamilton Tiger-Cats meet.

And it could be that way for quite awhile considering Mitchell is just 26 and Collaros is 28. 359 more words

Calgary Stampeders

Edmonton Eskimos sign quarterback before East Division final

The Edmonton Eskimos signed another quarterback Wednesday, ahead of their East Division final game against the Ottawa RedBlacks Sunday.

The Eskimos signed Thomas Demarco, who was with the team earlier this season, calling the move an insurance policy. 388 more words