If you were paying attention leading up to the game Saturday night at Taylor Field, the signs were unusually in the the Riders favor for a win.
It has been a pretty quiet week in Riderville, where the biggest news was the placing of Kendial Lawrence on the suspended list because of an accident in his family that needed him to leave town.
The Raiders embark on another regular season Friday night in Regina with more questions than answers.
Today, September 21, is International Peace Day. To honor this day, I will actually write a column which I haven’t done in some time.
Well, I saw two people from Prince Albert at the Riders game yesterday, talked with not one, but three Toronto Argonaut season ticket holders in town to catch the game, and watched the Riders somehow get a walk-off touchdown to clinch a
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OK, the Banjo Bowl was last weekend and I have already talked about how Chris Jones’ living on the edge coaching philosophy cuts both ways.
Imagine me singing: "Results is movin’ on up....to the East side...to a deluxe spa-a...in the sky-y-y."
Dear Chris Jones, sometimes when you play on the edge, you fall off a cliff.
Well the hysteria still continues here in the city that rhymes with fun, following the Labour Day Classic and Winnipeg’s 28-25 win over the forces of good.