Grey Cup 106 & the Legacy of Bo Levi Mitchell

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Since becoming the starting quarterback for the Calgary Stampeders in 2013, Bo Levi Mitchell has cemented himself as one of the elites in the CFL. He has the individual and team accolades to show for it, from his 2016 Most Outstanding Player award to his Grey Cup victory in 2014. And potentially an additional MOP […] READ MORE


Solving the Argos Attendance Woes

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The Canadian Football League’s struggles in Canada’s biggest city are nothing new, but the league and team continue to struggle for a solution. However, I’m willing to solve the question of how to make the CFL in Toronto work for everybody right now, and finish the Argos attendance issues for once and for all. Solving […] READ MORE


The Don of Canadian Football: Another Tribute to Don Matthews

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We all have warts. Don Matthews just didn’t try to hide his. His rough-around-the-edges personality rubbed more than his share of media and other football types the wrong way and left many at the time wondering if the CFL would be better off without his confidence – or arrogance. They were wrong. Teams Better with […] READ MORE


CFL Needs the Power of Vince Young

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The Canadian Football League needs a spark in Canada’s major cities, and Vince Young would be just what the doctor ordered. CFL Would Benefit from Star Power of Vince Young The Saskatchewan Roughriders recently caused a stir by dumping/trading their franchise quarterback Darian Durant and putting the 2005 U.S. college champion star quarterback on their […] READ MORE


Boston College Football Mount Rushmore

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As Last Word On Sports continues its Mount Rushmore series, the focus shifts to the Boston College Eagles. While the Eagles struggled mightily in 2015, this program has produced more quality players than most casual fans remember. In fact, six former players and one former coach are members of the College Football Hall of Fame. […] READ MORE