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Monday Night Football - Column by Bob Hughes - 11/30/10 09:16 AM
Think about the most popular football show in the United States. Howard Cosell starred on it. So did Don Meredith. Frank Gifford was a fixture. Joe Namath, Jim Brown, Joe Theismann, Johnny Unitas, Al Michaels, Kurt Warner, Peyton and Eli Manning, Terrell Owens, Roger Staubach, Tommy Dorsett, Earl Campbell, Tom Brady, Steve Young, Walter Payton, even Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier, they were all on it in one way or another. Monday Night Football, one of the icons of television folklore. But there has been, in the long and illustrious history of this great and widely watched television staple, only one (0 comments)
Turn Out the Lights, the Party's Over.. Column by Bob Hughes - 11/29/10 10:27 AM
How is it that this always seems to happen? Why is it that Montreal Alouettes get the lousy hotel, but we always seem to end up checking into the Heartbreak Hotel? How was it that in 1967 Eddie Buchanan was wide open and Ron Lancaster hit him with a perfect pass, and he dropped it, and the Saskatchewan Roughriders were done in the Grey Cup game? How was it that in 1972 the Riders were poised to win the Grey Cup until some rookie, yes, a rookie, named Chuck Ealey found a tight end named Tony Gabriel for consecutive catches that (3 comments)
A Coming Of Age That Is A Thing Of Raw Beauty - Column by Bob Hughes - 11/26/10 11:28 AM
Somewhere, he is smiling. Because no matter where he was, whether it was in Edmonton or Hamilton or parked in a television booth, his heart was always with the Saskatchewan Roughriders. I used to think that Ron Lancaster was invincible. During his 18 unequalled seasons as a quarterback in the Canadian Football League, all but three of them with Saskatchewan, Ronnie took ground-shaking hits from the likes of Wayne Smith, Angelo Mosca, Tom Brown, Wayne Harris, Bill Baker, Dave Fennell, John Helton and on and on. He broke ribs, bruised bones and muscles, was knocked out, gave blood, and always defiantly (0 comments)
All Together Now... Count to 12! - 11/22/10 08:36 AM
The 2010 Grey Cup game in Edmonton this Sunday will be the first Grey Cup of the 98 that have been played which will be remembered, in part, for the surreal site of 60,000 fans going completely silent, standing up, and, in unison, counting to 12 every time the Montreal Alouettes line up for a field goal. They will be counting how many players the Saskatchewan Roughriders have on the field in Commonwealth Stadium. After all, isn’t that what this is all about? Isn’t the 2010 Grey Cup more about the Saskatchewan Roughriders exorcising a demon than it is anything else? (0 comments)
It’s the kind of storyline the Calgary Stampeders wanted in the worst way. They would spend the 2010 Canadian Football League season beating the Saskatchewan Roughriders more than they lost to them. They would finish in first place in the Western Division. And, they would host the Western Division final.
So far, so good.
But the very last thing the Stampeders wanted was for the Roughriders to finish second, win the semi-final, and go into Calgary for the Western final on a high note.
Up until the end of double overtime in the semi-final (1 comments)
Let it Snow, Let it Snow, Let it Snow! Column by Bob Hughes - 11/11/10 05:26 PM
The season’s second major snow storm sat itself over Regina for about 24 hours on Wednesday, November 10th, dumping as much as 20 centimetres of snow in some places. Combine that with a well-muscled northwest wind and rather warm temperatures, for here anyway at this time of the year, and you had every reason to stay indoors and watch it all happen. But the blustery weather wasn’t enough to keep Regina’s EXIT Realty Fusion agents from fulfilling a commitment to their community. EXIT Realty Fusion had promised to send out some of their folks to help Habitat for Humanity build a (1 comments)
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