The Saskatchewan Roughriders season may only be five games old, but for all intents and purposes, Sunday night’s 31-21 loss to the Hamilton Tiger-Cats marked the end of the Rider season.
Another action packed week in the city that rhymes with fun as the Riders prepare to meet the Hamilton Tiger-Cats to try to stop a four game losing streak.
They should hang a new sign outside of Taylor Field for the rest of the season: Abandon Hope, All Ye Who Enter Here.
In a forest, a wildfire starts small, usually with just a few sparks from an unexpected event like a lightning strike and the problem quickly grows.
The magnitude of the 2015 fire season has reached every corner of the province, and beyond.
Oh it has been such fun in Rider Nation this week with the bonehead decisions of Rider Head Honcho, Cory `Chamblin being questioned by one and all and resulting in his making a statement that he doesn’t care' blah blah blah.
Barbeque Safely this summer!
The 2015 Saskatchewan Roughriders are losers, but they are entertaining losers following a 35-32 overtime loss to the British Columbia Lions.
So, after two exhibition games and two regular season games, Rider Head Coach Cory Chamblin and his new aggressive defense is 0-2 and as of now cannot be compared to the defense of the man Chamblin replaced, Richie Hall.
Eight years ago there was a sense Saskatchewan was being held back by a government that lacked purpose and a vision for the province. Under that government, taxes increased, population decreased and it was normal to close schools, hospi