Kirk Penton, Winnipeg Sun

Kirk Penton was born in Manitoba, grew up in Saskatchewan and has been back in Manitoba for the last 14 years. He has worked at the Winnipeg Sun since 2001, is married with one son and can't get enough sports into his diet.


Top 10 Grey Cup players to watch

The Stamps and Tiger-Cats boast rosters full of top-notch talent, which is why they will be playing for Earl Grey’s mug on Sunday at BC Place.

Saskatchewan Roughriders' John Chick. (Reuters)

CFL Blitz: Mid-season award winners

The CFL season has reached its midway point with 41 of 81 games in the books, so there’s no better time to take a look at the mid-season award winners.

Offensive tackle Laurent Duvernay-Tardif (66) of McGill remains the No. 1 prospect on the CFL Scouting Bureau's list.

CFL Scouting Bureau releases top 15 prospects

A pair of defensive linemen were the big movers and shakers Tuesday when the CFL Scouting Bureau released its final ranking of top 15 prospects in advance of next month's draft.

Saskatchewan Roughriders slotback Weston Dressler hoists the Grey Cup trophy after beating the Hamilton Tiger-Cats to win the CFL championship at Mosaic Stadium in Regina, Nov. 24, 2013. (LYLE ASPINALL/QMI Agency)

Grey Cup 2013: Roughriders crush Tiger-Cats to win Grey Cup

Green is the colour, football is the game, and now the people of Saskatchewan — from LaRonge to Langenburg and from Rosetown to Radville — might just party until the snow melts in the spring after the Roughriders recorded the biggest win in their 103-year history.