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  1. Kevin Glenn throws two TD passes, Alouettes beat Riders 41-3Read the original story

    Yesterday | Medincine Hat News

    Kevin Glenn threw for 299 yards and two touchdowns as the Montreal Alouettes beat the Saskatchewan Roughriders 41-3 on Friday for their first win since their season opener. Running back Brandon Rutley had two touchdowns for Montreal in a penalty-filled affair at Percival Molson Stadium.

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  2. Glenn throws two TD passes, Alouettes crush RidersRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Globe and Mail

    Montreal Alouettes' B.J. Cunningham celebrates after scoring a touchdown during first half CFL football action against the Saskatchewan Roughriders in Montreal, Friday, July 29, 2016. Montreal Alouettes' B.J. Cunningham celebrates after scoring a touchdown during first half CFL football action against the Saskatchewan Roughriders in Montreal, Friday, July 29, 2016.

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  3. Burris still looking to silence critics one year after winning MOP awardRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Daily Townsman

    The Ottawa Redblacks veteran quarterback will make his return Sunday as the Redblacks host the Toronto Argonauts in a battle for first in the East Division. Burris missed the last four games after injuring his pinky finger on his throwing hand during the third quarter of Ottawa's season opener.

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  4. Stampeders score final 18 points to beat Lions 44-41 in overtimeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Daily Townsman

    After Paredes kicked a 42-yard field goal, Campbell picked off a Jonathon Jennings pass in the end zone to earn the Calgary Stampeders a thrilling 44-41 win over the B.C. Lions on Friday night. "I wasn't sure he got the interception, but once the fireworks came out, I knew it was a win.

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  5. Landry: It's all on the offence in MontrealRead the original story

    Friday | CFL.ca

    It's been a familiar refrain for the Montreal Alouettes for two seasons and now a portion of a third. If they want to turn their early season fortunes around, they'll need to find an answer for it, pronto.

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  6. Stegall excited to be inducted into Ring of HonourRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | My Manitoba.com

    Long time Blue Bomber fan favourite, Milt Stegall , will be the fourth player inducted into the Ring of Honour, presented by the Insurance Brokers of Manitoba. Stegall will receive this honour on Wednesday night at Investors Group Field , when the Bombers play host to the Hamilton Tiger Cats .

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  7. What it means to be a diehard fanRead the original story

    Friday | Times-Herald

    I am, of course, talking about baseball, but the same principle applies to other sports as well. Apart from being a diehard Saskatchewan Roughriders fan, I also cheer loud and proud for the Moose Jaw Miller Express.

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  8. Montreal Alouettes look to get offence going against the Saskatchewan RoughridersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 22 | GlobalNews

    On a night where Montreal will retire Ben Cahoon's No. 86, the Alouettes will try to channel the former receiver's offensive prowess and climb out of the CFL's basement.

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  9. Ticats sit too long in starting blocksRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Stratford City Gazette

    It's a two-sided coin - you can't have a huge comeback without first falling grossly behind - but last weekend's comeback victory in Edmonton should be money in the bank for the Tiger-Cats. Jeremiah Masoli setting a single-game record for consecutive completions to sculpt a four-point victory out of 25 points in the red.

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  10. Pedersen: Roosevelt a key part of rebuild in RidervilleRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | CFL.ca

    Apparently you need to win in order for one of your players to be named a CFL Top Performer of the Week. That was the case coming out of Week 5 for the Saskatchewan Roughriders as wide receiver Naaman Roosevelt was named one of the CFL's three Top Performers, along with quarterbacks Jeremiah Masoli of Hamilton and Mike Reilly of Edmonton.

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  11. Switching to Nichols the right decisionRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | My Manitoba.com

    If first impressions mean anything, the Winnipeg Blue Bombers decision to bench Drew Willy and start Matt Nichols at quarterback was genius. Thursday night in Edmonton, the former Eskimos backup completed 26-of-33 pass attempts for 304 yards and one touchdown as he led the Bombers to beat the Eskimos 30-23 at The Brick Field At Commonwealth Stadium.

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  12. Long live the kings: 40 years on, the 1976 Riders are still Ottawa's champsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Ottawa Citizen

    Tony Gabriel of Ottawa is mobbed by fellow players and fans after scoring the winning touchhdown in the dying moments of the 1976 Grey Cup game. It was 1976 - the year the Apple Computer Company was formed.

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  13. See if you're smarter than one of Canada's smartest peopleRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | MacLeans

    Maclean's Genius Peter Dyakowski scored 67 per cent on this week's trivia test. Can you beat his score? Welcome back to the Maclean's Quiz , a diversion designed by Terrance Balazo to test your trivia skills.

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  14. Matt Nichols leads Bombers to first win at Commonwealth Stadium since 2006Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Globe and Mail

    Winnipeg Blue Bombers quarterback Matt Nichols is sacked by Edmonton Eskimos' Marcus Howard during second half CFL action in Edmonton, Alta., on Thursday July 28, 2016. Winnipeg Blue Bombers quarterback Matt Nichols is sacked by Edmonton Eskimos' Marcus Howard during second half CFL action in Edmonton, Alta., on Thursday July 28, 2016.

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  15. Alouettes hope to jump-start offence against visiting RoughridersRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 28 | Weyburn This Week

    On a night where Montreal will retire Ben Cahoon's No. 86, the Alouettes will try to channel the former receiver's offensive prowess and climb out of the CFL's basement.

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  16. Argos defensive back Raymond always enjoys meeting up with veteran Henry BurrisRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 28 | Weyburn This Week

    Ottawa Redblacks' Greg Ellingson is tackled by Toronto Argonauts' Keon Raymond, right, as TJ Heath and Cory Greenwood approach the play during the first half of CFL football action in Toronto on July 13, 2016. Keon Raymond is looking forward to another meeting with Ottawa Redblacks quarterback Henry Burris.It's been five years since the two were teammates with the Calgary Stampeders and they're further connected as members of the Stamps' 2008 Grey Cup-winning squad.

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  17. Stampeders to re-establish identity as Dave Dickenson era underway in CalgaryRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 19, 2016 | Weyburn This Week

    Calgary Stampeders head coach Dave Dickenson speaks to reporters at the team's clubhouse in Calgary, Tuesday, Dec. 1, 2015. The Stampeders are seeking to re-establish their identity as the Dave Dickenson era gets underway in Calgary.

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  18. Nichols Leads Bombers to Big Win in EdmontonRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | CFL.ca

    Matt Nichols had Eskimos fans seeing green on Thursday evening, outdueling former teammate Mike Reilly en route to Winnipeg's second victory of the 2016 season. The former Eskimo completed over 78% of his passes for over 300 yards and a score in his first start of the year, leading the Blue Bombers to a 30-23 win.

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  19. Stamps out to avenge season-opening loss to LionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Listowel Banner

    Calgary jumped out to a 17-6 lead on the road against the B.C. Lions in its season opener on June 25, but the Stampeders ultimately dropped a 20-18 decision to their West Division rivals. "Obviously, they probably felt that that game there shouldn't have been a loss for them," said Lions coach and general manager Wally Buono.

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  20. Exclusive Interview: Boston College's Top Recruit Ethan Tucky Is Ready To Be GreatRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | NFLMocks

    Following in the hallowed footsteps of linebackers like Mark Herzlich and Luke Kuechly, top recruit Ethan Tucky knows what it takes to join such company at Boston College. A football and track standout from Rutherford B. Hayes High School in Delaware, Ohio, Tucky was widely regarded as a four-star prospect throughout much of his recruitment before being bumped down a star.

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