Evaluating the Grey Cup Win-Host Model

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A few days ago, CFL Commissioner Randy Ambrosie hosted a virtual Town Hall. In it, he made a few key announcements regarding the 2020 season. Ambrosie discussed both a shortened season and the cancellation of Touchdown Atlantic; however, the most impactful point made concerned the change to the Grey Cup hosting format. Previously, teams bid […] READ MORE


Opinion: Bo Levi Mitchell, Please Come Back… on Social Media

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Like him or not, Bo Levi Mitchell is one of the faces of the CFL. And truth be told, he is the perfect man for the role, a prototypical “face of the league” player if you will. Mitchell’s a gun-slinging quarterback with a Texas accent who talks trash (which he usually backs up). He’s a […] READ MORE


Can the Calgary Stampeders Return to Dominance in 2020?

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The Calgary Stampeders have been a model of consistency for over a decade. From 2008 to 2019 the Stampeders have appeared in six Grey Cups, winning three. They’ve also appeared in 10 West Finals, winning six and making the playoffs every season. Included in that time frame have been historically dominant seasons, such as 2016 […] READ MORE


Last Word on Canadian Football’s Grey Cup Predictions

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The biggest game of the year for Canadian football fans is here. The 107th Grey Cup will kick-off in Calgary Sunday, November 24th at 6:00 PM EST. The juggernaut Hamilton Tiger-Cats coming off a 10-0 record at home and a 15-3 record during the regular season meet the road-tested Winnipeg Blue Bombers who battled through […] READ MORE


Last Word on Canadian Football’s CFL Award Predictions

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Awards season is upon us in the CFL and there is a healthy dose of competition in each category. That makes these predictions very difficult but on the positive side, that means there were a lot of great performances, storylines and impact that each of these players has made in their respective 2019 campaigns. Let’s […] READ MORE


Three Eskimos that Need to Step Up for Edmonton to Advance

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The Edmonton Eskimos started out the season hot at 6-2 but sputtered to an 8-10 finish. Still, it was good enough to get them to the playoffs after a one-year absence in 2018. They will go across the continent this weekend to face off against the Montreal Alouettes, who finished 10-8 and second in the […] READ MORE


Last Word on Canadian Football’s Predictions for the 2019 CFL Playoffs

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It’s officially the most exciting time to be a CFL football fan and what better way to join in the fun than to stamp our names to five predictions that may or may not haunt us in the weeks to come. We rounded up our talented group of writers who have been helping us put […] READ MORE


The Race for First in the CFL West Division

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The CFL West Division continues to be the cream of the crop year after year. And while the East finally has two legitimate contenders heading into the last five games of the season, the West still holds all the cards. Winnipeg, Calgary and Saskatchewan are all vying for the number one seed in the CFL […] READ MORE


BREAKING: Keith Urban to Perform Halftime Show at 107th Grey Cup

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Country music star Keith Urban will headline the Freedom Mobile Halftime Show at the 107th Grey Cup in Calgary. The Amateur Agency first broke the news. ?BREAKING NEWS? Sources tell @amateuragency that country superstar Keith Urban will be performing at this years Grey Cup halftime show! Stay tuned for the leagues’ announcement ? #cfl #greycup […] READ MORE


Revisiting the 2009 Saskatchewan Roughriders

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To pass some time over an off-season that feels as though it’s taking forever, I wanted to revisit some teams of the past in anticipation of the 2019 season. And what better way to kick this off than the 2009 Saskatchewan Roughriders. Ten years removed from their Grey Cup appearance, and it just so happens […] READ MORE