Blue Bombers fan fulfills promise, wears pants for 1st time in 18 years after Grey Cup win

Posted November 26, 2019 12:30 am Smaller font Descrease article font size –A Larger font Increase article font size A+ A Winnipeg Blue Bombers fan can finally wear pants for the first time in 18 years after his team won…

Blue Bombers fan, who won’t wear pants until they win, touches down in Calgary for Grey Cup

A Winnipeg Blue Bombers fan who has been wearing shorts since he promised friends he wouldn’t wear pants until the Bombers win the Grey Cup touched down in Calgary for the game on Sunday. READ MORE: Blue Bombers fan hopes…

Franchise sales, CFL 2.0 top of mind during commissioner Randy Ambrosie’s state-of-the-league address

CFL commissioner Randy Ambrosie was long on optimism for the league’s future Friday, but short on substance regarding cures for what ails it. Related News Ambrosie held a wide-ranging discussion with reporters in his third state-of-the-league address. He gushed about…

‘We keep it playable, as it should be’: McMahon Stadium crew prepping turf for Grey Cup

When it comes to late-season football, it can feel like there are three teams playing: home, away and Mother Nature. The McMahon Stadium field crew in Calgary know a thing or two about big games and bad weather. “Versus Winnipeg,…

2019 Grey Cup brings economic boost and one big party to Calgary

Few events bring people together like the Grey Cup. Just ask Hugh Harrison: “As they say, ‘come for the party and stay for the game.’” Harrison and wife Donna live north of Sudbury, Ont. When Calgary hosted the Grey Cup…

15 things to do at the 2019 Grey Cup Festival in Calgary

The Hamilton Tiger-Cats and Winnipeg Blue Bombers will go head to head in the 107th Grey Cup on Sunday, but even if you don’t have tickets to the big game, there are plenty of activities to enjoy in the days…

Eskimos defeated by Tiger-Cats in East Division final

Dane Evans threw for 386 yards and a TD in his first CFL playoff start, leading the Hamilton Tiger-Cats past the Edmonton Eskimos 36-16 in the East Division final Sunday afternoon. Hamilton, which finished the regular season with a CFL-best 15-3…

Rick Zamperin: With 1st place secured, Hamilton Tiger-Cats eye a fork in the road

Without even playing a down of football over the Thanksgiving weekend the Hamilton Tiger-Cats clinched first place in the East Division and have earned a bye into the CFL’s Eastern Final on Nov. 17. Ticats players, coaches and fans celebrated…

Rick Zamperin: Plenty at stake as CFL teams race down the stretch

With four weeks left in the Canadian Football League’s regular season, there is still much to be decided between the lines. And that’s the exact scenario the CFL wants to be in: make every game count right up until the…