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The Saskatchewan Roughriders take on the Ottawa Red Blacks in Regina, SK, July 22, 2016.
The Saskatchewan Roughriders take on the Ottawa Red Blacks in Regina, SK, July 22, 2016. Saskatchewan Roughriders

Inexperienced Redblack QB doesn't mean easy win for Riders

By Arielle Zerr/CJME News Staff
September 29, 2017 - 11:49am

It may seem like a benefit for the Riders to have Ottawa quarterbacks Trevor Harris and Drew Tate unavailable for Friday’s game, but the head coach does not want them to take a win for granted.

The Roughriders link arms during the Canadian national anthem in a show of solidarity for NFL players called out for kneeling during the anthem by President Donald Trump on Sept. 24, 2017.
The Roughriders link arms during the Canadian national anthem in a show of solidarity for NFL players called out for kneeling during the anthem by President Donald Trump on Sept. 24, 2017. Twitter/YQR Sports

‘A sign of unity:’ Riders link arms during national anthem

By Arielle Zerr/CJME News Staff
September 25, 2017 - 1:54pm

Just because they play football in Canada, doesn’t mean the Roughriders aren’t seeing what’s happening in America right now.

Roughriders defensive tackle Ese Mrabure (98) celebrates after sacking quarterback Matt Nichols in July of 2017.
Roughriders defensive tackle Ese Mrabure (98) celebrates after sacking quarterback Matt Nichols in July of 2017. Twitter/Ese Mrabure

Riders respond to allegations of faking injuries during LDC

By Arielle Zerr/CJME News Staff
September 6, 2017 - 10:24am

The Roughriders have won three games in a row, but their latest win hasn’t come without controversy.

Fans, Winnipeg media and even quarterback Matt Nichols have accused the Riders of faking injuries when the Bombers were trying to implement their “no huddle” offence.

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