Brett Lauther, Roughriders Grind out Victory

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As they always say, it wasn’t pretty but a win is a win. Brett Lauther continued his magnificent season going 3/3 on all of his attempts including a 56-yard game winning field goal with 1:20 left in the fourth. While the offence saw improvements from last week’s rough outing against Ottawa, the second half saw […] READ MORE


Plenty at Stake Ahead of the 54th Labour Day Classic

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While trash talk remains at a minimum—the biggest trash-talker, Duron Carter, is also absent—and the prairie rivalry has yet to heat up, the 54th annual Labour Day Classic between the visiting Winnipeg Blue Bombers and the Saskatchewan Roughriders will be a high stakes game. Teams moving in different directions Both the Bombers (5-5) and the […] READ MORE


Saskatchewan Roughriders Report Card

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Heading into the annual Labour Day Classic the Roughriders find themselves in the thick of the playoff race in the West with a 5-4 record. It’s hard to believe half the season has come and gone as a lot has happened on and off the field since kick-off June 15th. Therefore, it is time for […] READ MORE


Revamped Saskatchewan Roughriders Face Difficult Test

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After a tumultuous bye week, the revamped Saskatchewan Roughriders are back in action Sunday for a battle against the undefeated Stampeders. The Riders did themselves no favours last time these teams met, digging themselves a 24-0 hole in the first quarter. A lot has changed since then. This matchup will be a telltale sign if […] READ MORE


Saskatchewan Roughriders Rebuilding is No Longer a Valid Excuse

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As the Riders enter their second bye week of the season, fans and pundits alike have had time to dissect the season thus far and more. Jamie Nye in his article with CFL.ca brought to light a troubling, yet simple statistic. 1-9. 4-6. 0-2. Those are the Saskatchewan Roughriders’ records against their own division over […] READ MORE


Saskatchewan Roughriders Keys to Return to the Win Column

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The Roughriders are picking up the pieces this week after being dropped 40-17 at the hands of the Ottawa Redblacks. They weren’t alone as the Alouettes, Eskimos and Argonauts all suffered double-digit losses in a strange weekend for the CFL. The good news is the Riders’ return home this weekend with a few days extra […] READ MORE


Zach Collaros or Jonathon Jennings: Who Has More to Prove In 2018?

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Zach Collaros and Jonathon Jennings enter 2018 with much to prove after a turbulent 2017 season. Other players may be looking to improve their ranking on the TSN Top 50 List. However, for Jennings and Collaros a little more is on the line than media rankings. So who has more to prove in 2018? Zach […] READ MORE


2018 Saskatchewan Roughriders Breakdown

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It has been some time since the Riders were considered true contenders. However, their 2017 run that ended in Toronto has set high expectations for 2018. Chris Jones has stuck to his guns shaping the roster in his vision, even if that means cutting fan favourites such as Rob Bagg, Chad Owens and Bakari Grant. […] READ MORE


Xavier Fulton Re-signs with Hamilton

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Hamilton Tiger-Cats Agree to Terms with Free Agent Offensive Lineman Xavier Fulton The Tiger-Cats have secured a major need in their offensive line today with the signing of Xavier Fulton. Furthermore, in addition from the valuable sources, the terms of the new contract is a two year deal. This is positive news for a team […] READ MORE


CFL Officials Admit Once More: We Suck

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After handing the Edmonton Eskimos a closely-fought East Semifinal win against the Hamilton Tiger-Cats, the league announced today – yet again – that the CFL officials in the game absolutely sucked. A quick summary: in the latest game, Hamilton quarterback Zach Collaros suffered an uncalled late hit from Edmonton Eskimos defenceman (and repeat offender) Odell Willis. […] READ MORE