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Roughriders Quarterback Brandon Bridge throws the ball in a preseason game against the Bombers on June 10, 2017.
Roughriders Quarterback Brandon Bridge throws the ball in a preseason game against the Bombers on June 10, 2017. (Courtesy the Saskatchewan Roughriders)

Bridge tosses 3 touchdowns in 27-19 victory over Ticats

By Arielle Zerr / 980 CJME
September 16, 2017 - 10:03am

Derek Dennis was spat on, players went down with injuries left and right and Brandon Bridge had a historic night as the Roughriders defeated the Hamilton Tiger-cats 27-19.

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.

Roughrider receiver Rob Bagg lines up for one-on-one drills at training camp in Saskatoon in June of 2017.
Roughrider receiver Rob Bagg lines up for one-on-one drills at training camp in Saskatoon in June of 2017. Arielle Zerr/CJME News Staff

Rob Bagg is here to stay

By Arielle Zerr/CJME News Staff
September 1, 2017 - 3:31pm

In case you were wondering, Rob Bagg isn’t going anywhere.

A fantasy footbal article published by 3 Down Nation yesterday inferred that the Rider receiver would be playing in his last Labour Day Classic this weekend.

Bagg took exception to that.

Roughriders defensive lineman Willie Jefferson tries to get pressure on Hamilton's Zach Collaros on July 8, 2017.
Roughriders defensive lineman Willie Jefferson tries to get pressure on Hamilton's Zach Collaros on July 8, 2017. submitted photo/Saskatchewan Roughriders

Jefferson's heart is in Texas as family battles Harvey

By Arielle Zerr/CJME News Staff
August 30, 2017 - 5:51pm

Willie Jefferson may be in Regina, but his heart is in Beaumont, Texas.

The Roughriders defensive end was born and raised in Beaumont, located 150 kilometres east of Houston and right in the warpath of Hurricane Harvey.

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