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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Two Shots, Two Misses

Things were looking very familiar as the Grey Cup approached in the nation’s capital and unfortunately for the Calgary Stampeders things ended with a strong sense of familiarity.

Tuesday Morning QB (104th Grey Cup)

It was one of the most lopsided match-ups in the history of the CFL but that analysis only gave Ottawa more motivation to take home a Grey Cup in their third season as a franchise and bringing a title back to Ottawa for the first time in 40 years.

City of Champions Once Again

The city of Edmonton can once again claim to be the City of Champions as Mike Reilly led the Eskimos to the 103rd Grey Cup title.

100 Years Later the Cup Returns (100th Grey Cup Review)

The historical season for the CFL came to a close with the 100th Grey Cup in the place where it all started. In 1909 Rosedale Field in Toronto hosted the first ever Grey Cup championship where the University of Toronto Varsity Blues beat the Toronto Parkdale Canoe Club to earn the first Grey Cup. After over 103 years, with a few years off during the First World War, and the Grey Cup would return to Toronto for the 100th edition. The game would feature two very unlikely teams after a very unpredictable season.

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