The shooting death of a CFL player in a New Orleans suburb was a “road rage” incident that started on a nearby bridge, a sheriff said Friday, as he urged against a rush to judgment and defended his handling of the case.
She was one person wearing a Calgary Stampeders sweater who had every reason to be melancholy with the devastating overtime loss.
The city was wrong. The timing was wrong. The pricing was wrong. That was the lead up to the 104th Grey Cup.
As of Friday afternoon, roughly 500 seats remained unsold for Sunday’s Grey Cup, a paltry number that now sets the stage for a sold-out show.
This is what the Canadian Football League looks like on Grey Cup week.
Tom Brady practised Friday after missing two days with a knee injury.
Three short years ago, 49ers fans so inclined could gaze eastward across San Francisco Bay -- and point and laugh at Raiders fans in Oakland.
In the wake of a savage beatdown in Calgary and an Ottawa game played in a snow globe, the 104th Grey Cup’s participants are set for Sunday: it will be the Stampeders (16-2-1) versus the Redblacks (9-9-1).
Former Huronia Stallions and Bear Creek Kodiaks quarterback Tivon Cook will be playing in the Mitchell Bowl on Saturday at 4 pm ET, in Calgary, against the University of Calgary, for a chance to go to the Vanier Cup.
Hey, whose game is it anyway?
Five games remain to determine Canada's best football team in 2016.
As the clock slowly wound down and the Innisdale Invaders marched deep into their territory, the Orillia Secondary School (OSS) Nighthawks, with their season on the line, needed a big stop from their defence.And in the dying seconds of their Simcoe County Athletics Association quarter-final playoff game, the defence stepped up. First, Karl Winder b
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There are two weeks to go in the CFL regular season, and there are still plenty of questions that need to be answered.
Stephen Hauschka needed only to make a 27-yard field goal to give the Seattle Seahawks an overtime victory over Arizona.
Gee, no Smith. No surprise.
O.J. Simpson. Earl Campbell. Ricky Williams. And now Jay Ajayi.
The Barrie North Collegiate Vikings dominated both sides of the ball in their game against arch-rival Orillia Secondary School Wednesday, thumping the host Nighthawks 52-14 at the West Orillia Sports Complex.
It appears the CFL has found its price point for the Grey Cup, and it's not what the organizing committee came up with for this year's bash in Toronto.