Kevin Glenn finally his shot at winning a Grey Cup in Toronto.
Ian Busby, Calgary Sun
Growing up in Saskatchewan, Ian developed a passion for the CFL. The Roughnecks franchise-opener gave him an instant love lacrosse. In his spare time, he watches baseball, specifically the Boston Red Sox. Ian has covered the CFL and the Stampeders since the 2003 season.
There is nothing wrong with Drew Tate’s head, but he’s done for the season regardless.
In the history of the CFL crossover, no team has gone through the other division to reach the Grey Cup.
Everyone wants to be hot heading into the CFL post-season, but that team holding that title right now resides in the coldest city over the past few weeks.
With the two division winners set and four of the five playoff game sites determined, there isn't much that can change drastically in the final two weeks of the CFL regular season.
The best part of the CFL season is the finish, but the race to the line might not rival last year.
This is the weekend for giving thanks.
The Rock is a headliner on a list of men whose fame outside of football overshadows their time in the CFL.
On the opening kickoff, Canadian defensive end Justin Phillips went down with an ugly knee injury.
A year after a Canadian running back broke the 1,000-yard barrier for the first time in more than a decade, two more are poised to do even greater things.
Grant Shaw's 49-yard field-goal miss on the final play of Monday's Labour Day Classic gave the Calgary Stampeders a 31-30 slim CFL victory over the Edmonton Eskimos.
So what can we expect from the Edmonton Eskimos now that they added a power running back who consistently puts up 1,000-yard seasons?
At least the Calgary Stampeders have a week off to regroup.
We're nearly at the quarter-pole of the CFL season, so it's becoming easier to project the 2012 horse race.