Finishing the Job

The Grey Cup was a chance for the Stampeders to finally finish the job and for the first time in three years the issues that come with late November football worked in their favour.

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Revenge of the Powerhouse

The Vanier Cup was a chance at revenge for one of the most dominant programs in the country after coming up short a year ago and this time things worked differently.

106th Grey Cup Preview

The Calgary Stampeders are in danger of receiving a label that nobody wants as they take on the Ottawa REDBLACKS in their third straight Grey Cup looking for their first title since 2014.

54th Vanier Cup Preview

The 54th Vanier Cup is a familiar site as two dominant teams are back after even better seasons than a year before looking to stand on top of the University football world once again.

Tuesday Morning QB (Division Finals)

The Grey Cup teams have been determined as Trevor Harris proved that he can perform in big games setting a CFL record in his second playoff start and guiding the REDBLACKS to the Grey Cup.

U Sports Football Report (Bowl Week)

The U Sports Football season remains as predictable as ever but the best teams in the country have found their way to the Vanier Cup for the second straight year.

U Sports Football: National Playoff Preview

With two dominant teams left to face two massive underdogs the national bowls are looking predictable but anything can happen and any combination can take over the Vanier Cup.

Tuesday Morning QB (Division Semi-Finals)

The crossover has always been an interesting part of the CFL game as the crossover team has never been able to make it to the Grey Cup and the BC Lions were the latest to try.

U Sports Football Report (Conference Finals)

The U Sports football season hasn’t been the most exciting but Championship weekend changed things with one of the major programs falling in their biggest game of the year.

2018 CFL Playoff Preview

The CFL Playoffs are here and unlike so many years before the favourites are not as clear as they used to be with the potential for something unexpected.

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