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.

Record Night in Regina (101st Grey Cup Review)

The Saskatchewan Roughriders would have a unique opportunity coming in to the 101st Grey Cup. It was not as if it had never happened before as the last two Grey Cups would see the exact same opportunity for two teams. This time it was different though as the Riders would have the chance to win the Grey Cup in front of some of the most loyal fans in the CFL.

101st Grey Cup Preview

The 101st Grey Cup may not have the history behind it that the 100th Grey Cup did but there are plenty of great stories before the game begins. The 100th Grey Cup was all about the long and storied history of the CFL but for the 101st Grey Cup the stories would come from the teams themselves. Saskatchewan Roughriders and the Hamilton Tiger-Cats will bring plenty to talk about when they face off in Regina this weekend.

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.

Unpredictability Rules Again (100th Grey Cup Preview)

The time has finally come after an entire year of talking about it the biggest Grey Cup game ever. It is the one game that everyone has been working up to since last year in BC as it has become one of the most important events in CFL history. The 100th Grey Cup is more than just another game for the CFL as there is a lot more at stake for the league. It is not a do or die type of game clearly as the league has never been stronger.

Tuesday Morning QB (Finals)

I have said this many times before in this blog but it continues to show itself in every level of the Canadian Game. The QB is the most important position in Canadian football and despite the game being the ultimate team sport a team without a QB is doomed. The CFL has seen this multiple times and in the playoffs so far it has been a major theme.

Top 11 of ’11: Canadian Sports Stories

Canada is a great and unique country and in 2011 we showed just how great and unique we were in the sports world. The Canadian Sports world is a unique one as there is a clear cut favorite that cannot be debated. BC is known as a baseball factory and the prairies are in love with their football but from East to West and North to South there is no bigger sport than hockey.

99th Grey Cup Preview

The CFL season is coming to an end and the 99th Grey Cup will take place this Sunday in the newly renovated B.C. Place. For one of the oldest trophies in North America the Grey Cup gets closer to its 100th year anniversary, held next year in Toronto. It all start on December 4, 1909 when the University of Toronto Varsity Blues won the first ever Grey Cup against the Toronto Parkdale Canoe Club.

Tuesday Morning QB (Conference Finals)

The CFL is one week away from the big game with four different teams entering the weekend with a chance to play in the 99th Grey Cup. There were also another four teams that were on the outside looking in as the CFL brought themselves near the end of the 2011 season. The Toronto Argonauts finished last in the Eastern Conference with a terrible season that saw them win 5 games.

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