Saskatchewan-Roughriders

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Argos Win 42-40 In Double OT

REGINA - The legend of Trevor Harris continues to grow.The Argonauts QB led his team on a last-minute touchdown drive to send the game into overtime and then threw two touchdown passes in extra time t...

It's Not Just About Football

You may have heard that there was a football game being played in Regina this weekend. Tens of thousands of fans descend upon Mosaic Stadium to cheer on the home team at Taylor Field. There might have been people there cheering for the other team, but I'll go out on a short limb and say they were a minority.
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Tiger-Cats Make No Excuses

REGINA - No excuses and nothing to celebrate. The Hamilton Tiger-Cats' tumultuous season was extinguished in brutal fashion in front of a gleeful Rider Nation.It was Mosaic Stadium but it was more lik...
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SHOWDOWN

REGINA - It's finally time to play football.The 2013 CFL season concludes Sunday with the Saskatchewan Roughriders hosting the Hamilton Tiger-Cats in the 101st Grey Cup game at Mosaic Stadium. The Rid...
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Big Fan? Wear Green On Friday

REGINA - Saskatchewan's premier is urging Roughrider fans to show support for their football team in advance of the Grey Cup this weekend.Brad Wall has declared this Friday "Green Day" and is encourag...
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LOOK: STAMPED OUT

CALGARY - The Calgary Stampeders were their own worst enemy.Kevin Glenn threw an interception on Calgary's opening drive of the first quarter and another late in the second, setting the tone for a mis...
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Roughriders To Attend Their Own Grey Cup

CALGARY - The dream scenario for the host city of a Grey Cup is having the home team in it.The Saskatchewan Roughriders made the Regina organizing committee and their fans happy Sunday with a 35-13 up...
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Ready To Rumble

CALGARY - With players moving in and out of the lineup, the bye week was especially beneficial for the Calgary Stampeders.The Stampeders have the luxury of more time to prepare for next Sunday's Weste...
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New Stadium Is a Love Letter to the Roughriders

Last week, Regina City Council approved a plan for a new stadium. There are about 200,000 of us here. Why do we need a 33,000 seat, roof-ready, stadium -- which will sit cold and empty for half of the year and will cost us a half a billion dollars or so? Only one reason. One BIG reason. The Riders.
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For A Few Hundred Million Dollars More..

REGINA - The Saskatchewan government is being asked to kick in $230 million for a new stadium project in Regina.Ken Cheveldayoff, minister responsible for the proposed facility, said the request was m...