1. Graham DeLaet: Saskatchewan's Tiger Woods

    He steps up to the seventh hole at Pebble Beach, selects a two wood, and smacks the ball down the middle of the fairway. For Weyburn’s Graham DeLaet, it is just another day on the job...

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  2. CFL Daily Dose: A New CFL Fan Website

    As everyone knows, we have a talented group of writers who contribute to Bleacher Report’s Canadian Football League section. This was evident when we temporarily ran our own magazine about the CFL...

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  3. Tough Day in Riderville

    The Saskatchewan Roughriders have seen better days. On Thursday the Riders lost two key members of their football club...

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  4. No Pressure in Saskatchewan

    With Saskatchewan Roughriders defensive end John Chick recently signing with the NFL’s Indianapolis Colts, and the future of Riders' defensive end Stevie Baggs up in the air, the pressure may be off in Riderville next season...

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  5. Winnipeg Blue Bombers Fire Mike Kelly

    It is the end of the Mike Kelly era in Winnipeg. Kelly, who had spent only one season as head coach of the Bombers, was relieved of his duties today following a season in which his team finished with a record of 7-11...

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  6. Richie Hall is Getting On the Defensive Side of the Ball for Edmonton Eskimos

    Yesterday, Edmonton Eskimos head coach Richie Hall announced who the new defensive coordinator will be  for the Eskimos will be in 2010: Richie Hall...

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  7. Grey Cup Rematch in 2010 Already in the Works

    While the Montreal Alouettes and Saskatchewan Roughriders met in the Grey Cup for the first time ever in 2009, do not be surprised if both teams make a repeat performance in 2010. The Als are already making their Grey Cup plans for next season...

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  8. Rider Report: Armstead Helps Riders Break Out of Third-Quarter Slump

    It is official; Jason Armstead has made the most out of the second chance with the Saskatchewan Roughriders.   Armstead played a huge role in the Roughriders’ two third-quarters touchdowns ...

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  9. Rider Report: Living the Saskatchewan Roughrider Experience

    This article also appeared in The Carillon: The University of Regina Newspaper Husain Aboghodieh recently got his first taste of the Saskatchewan Roughrider experience...

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  10. CFL Q & A: Utilizing Jason Clermont

      Why hasn’t Jason Clermont been more involved in the Saskatchewan Roughriders offence?   It was a fairytale scenario in the offseason for Jason Clermont, the Saskatchewan Roughriders, and their fans...

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  11. There's Something About Buck

    “So it’s a four point game and the Lions will need a touchdown to win this. Twenty-two seconds left. Second and 10 from the 48. Gotta be Geroy Simon time…and he’s got it…And he’s going to go!  Geroy Simon shades of Milt Stegall...

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  12. CFL Q & A: Examining the Defensive Ends in the CFL

    Which pair of defensive ends are currently the best in the Canadian Football League?When defensive stud Cameron Wake departed from the Canadian Football League to the National Football ...

    Jonathan Hamelin Written by Jonathan Hamelin about almost 5 years ago 161 reads 2 comments

  13. Newest Issue Of Fans Of The CFL Released

    I am pleased to announce that the third issue of "Fans of the CFL" has been released. Some of the highlights from this issue include: The Great Moncton Debate: Should the CFL award ...

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  14. Arland Bruce: The Knight in Steel Armour For the Hamilton Tiger-Cats

    The score between Hamilton and Calgary is 17-17; Hamilton is driving the ball with less than five minutes to go in the ball game. The Tiger Cats face a third and inch in Calgary territory. Back-up pivot Adam Trafalis comes in to the game for the sneak...

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  15. Third and Inches: Examining The Art Of Short Yardage in The CFL

    It’s third down and inches to go, the back-up quarterback comes in to take the snap and the hoggies come in from the sideline to load up the line of scrimmage...

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  16. CFL Insider Report: Week 10 Review

    “Worth Switching to Bleacher Report For” After not posting any real article on the CFL for two weeks, I am back with a new column: CFL Insider Report...

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  17. Second Issue of "Fans of the CFL" Has Been Released

    I am pleased to announce the release of the second ever issue of Fans of the CFL. Fans of the CFL is a free, monthly online Canadian Football League Magazine. The magazine aims to give fans a unique perspective on the Canadian Football League...

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  18. CFL Preview Week Eight: The Bye Week Part 1

    In week eight in the CFL, four teams have a bye. The Edmonton Eskimos, Calgary Stampeders, Toronto Argonauts, and Hamilton Tiger Cats will all have to endure the grueling bye week that no one ...

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  19. CFL Race To MOP: Issue Two

    We’ve all heard a star player say, “It’s not about me, it’s all about the team.” This is all good and well, but who doesn’t strive to be the best? Whether ...

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  20. CFL Preview Week Seven: The Wild West

    Could the real contender in the Wild Western Division please stand up? Six weeks through the CFL season and there are few certainties...

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  21. CFL Recap Week Six: The Call

    Fans that happened to tune in to the Friday tilt featuring the BC Lions and Saskatchewan Roughriders were likely surprised about two things. Firstly, the Riders played so poorly after beating the Calgary Stampeders the week before...

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  22. CFL Preview Week Six: Playing For Schultz

    Week five was a typical week in the CFL, one full of surprises. From the unexpected debut of Michael Bishop for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers, to Edmonton’s impressive victory of the then undefeated Montreal Alouettes...

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  23. Goodbye Schultzy: Remembering Scott Schultz

    It’s official, Saskatchewan Roughrider’s defensive tackle and fan favourite Scott Schultz has retired from the Canadian Football League...

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  24. The First Ever Issue Of Fans Of the CFL Has Arrived!

    It was my great privilege to present the first ever issue of "Fans of the CFL". What is "Fans of the CFL" you ask? "Fans of the CFL" is a Canadian Football League online magazine that comes out once a month...

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  25. CFL Preview Week Five: Short But Sweet

    It was a up and down week four for many teams in the Canadian Football League. The Argos got a big victory over Winnipeg but were forced to trade away star receiver Arland Bruce...

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