A sunny afternoon session at Investors Group Field concluded day two of the Blue Bombers’ offensive mini-camp. Here are some thoughts from section 129.
1. It was another efficient morning for the Lapolice Academy. 631 more words
Despite several off-season acquisitions and an overall sense of optimism heading into year two, the Winnipeg Blue Bombers’ offence only regressed last season, inevitably leading to the end of a tumultuous, two-year stint with offensive coordinator Marcel Bellefeuille. 3,559 more words
The announcement this past week of Buck Pierce being named the Blue Bombers new quarterbacks coach came as no surprise to me. Pierce has been a loyal member of the organization since he first arrived in Winnipeg in 2010, and I think the fans knew that his first coaching role as a running backs coach was just an introductory position into the coaching ranks. 462 more words
This past week of school was so hectic that I really wasn’t able to follow the sports world very closely at all. One of my good friends told me about the Bombers singing Weston Dressler, my mom told me about the Dennis Wideman incident, and a friend at school notified me that Jonathan Toews and Alexander Ovechkin were being punished for opting out of the NHL All-Star Game. 707 more words
WINNIPEG — Paul LaPolice wore a Blue Bombers shirt and an air of confidence as he was officially introduced Tuesday as the team’s new offensive co-ordinator. 649 more words
After erupting for three victories in 2015, the Saskatchewan Roughriders hardly need another six-point plan.
Here’s one, anyway.
Today’s advice, so generously dispensed, consists of six recommendations that are designed to help the Roughriders ensure that their unaccustomed tenancy in the CFL’s basement is temporary. 703 more words