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Catch up on the all 10 episodes of Remote Reunion

December 24, 2020 | CFL.ca Staff
Catch up on the all 10 episodes of Remote Reunion driven by Kubota as we virtually reunite some of the most memorable squads to ever hit Canadian gridiron.

O’Leary: 2014 REDBLACKS team laid foundation for later success

December 8, 2020 | Chris O'Leary
There were just two wins in their inaugural season, but the 2014 Ottawa REDBLACKS helped fuel the team’s quick turnaround in 2015 and beyond, according to CFL.ca senior writer.

O’Leary: Local reporters help reflect on REDBLACKS’ expansion year

December 4, 2020 | Chris O'Leary
A pair of Ottawa REDBLACKS media vets, in beat writer Tim Baines and play-by-play man A.J. Jakubec, tell CFL.ca senior writer Chris O’Leary what it was like covering the team in its first ...

Remote Reunion: 2014 Ottawa REDBLACKS

December 3, 2020 | CFL.ca Staff
6 years after being awarded a franchise, the city of Ottawa finally got to welcome their team home. Re-watch the REDBLACKS 2014 home opener against the Argos with head coach Rick Campbell, QB ...

O’Leary: Stallions only waved the CFL flag

November 27, 2020 | Chris O'Leary
The 83rd Grey Cup was one that was full of firsts, from host city Regina to the Baltimore Stallions taking the Grey Cup across the border. CFL.ca senior writer Chris O’Leary looks at a ...

O’Leary: Maxie, Stallions had their fun and won big

November 24, 2020 | Chris O'Leary
The 1995 Baltimore Stallions were a fun but focused group, their former d-lineman Demetrious Maxie tells CFL.ca senior writer Chris O’Leary. They knew they were winning the Grey Cup that year.

Remote Reunion: 1995 Baltimore Stallions

November 19, 2020 | CFL.ca Staff
In the short-lived U.S. expansion era of the CFL, the Baltimore Stallions were the only American-based team to win a Grey Cup. Watch as Tracy Ham, Mike Pringle and other former Stallions reflect ...

O’Leary: The trickle down effect of Matt Dunigan’s 713-yard game

November 11, 2020 | Chris O'Leary
Matt Dunigan’s record-setting 713-yard passing game made history and as the legendary quarterback also tells CFL.ca senior writer Chris O’Leary, it took all 12 players on the field to ...

O’Leary: Bombers finally get to see Dunigan’s record-setting game

November 6, 2020 | Chris O'Leary
For 26 years, Matt Dunigan’s record-setting 713-yard passing performance hasn’t been seen in its entirety. CFL.ca senior writer Chris O’Leary details how a tape of the game was ...

Remote Reunion: 1994 Winnipeg Blue Bombers

November 5, 2020 | CFL.ca Staff
Matt Dunigan set a CFL record with 713 passing yards against Edmonton in 1994, in a game that wasn’t broadcast on TV. Watch as Dunigan and his teammates re-live that record-setting night.

O’Leary: How the 2009 Als dipped into the fountain of youth

October 30, 2020 | Chris O'Leary
Looking back 11 years later, former Montreal cornerback Davis Sanchez remembers the ’09 Als team as a well-coached group that had the perfect mix of experience and youth, he tells CFL.ca ...

O’Leary: McManus to Flutie worked no matter the location

October 27, 2020 | Chris O'Leary
It’s not their most famous connection, but Danny McManus and Darren Flutie had an outstanding play in the 1999 Grey Cup that helped them end Hamilton’s 13-year championship drought, ...

O’Leary: 2009 Als withstood, passed their biggest test

October 23, 2020 | Chris O'Leary
The 13th Man will be the longstanding memory from the 2009 Grey Cup, but CFL.ca senior writer Chris O’Leary suggests that the excellence of the Montreal Alouettes shouldn’t be ...

Remote Reunion: 2009 Montreal Alouettes

October 22, 2020 | CFL.ca Staff
Yes, you may know it as “The 13th Man” game, but it was so much more than that for the 2009 Montreal Alouettes. Watch as head coach Marc Trestman and a collection of Als players ...

O’Leary: Ticats reunion takes on more meaning a year later

October 16, 2020 | Chris O'Leary
Just over a year ago, the 1999 Hamilton Tiger-Cats met with the present-day team and had a profound impact on their season, CFL.ca senior writer Chris O’Leary recalls.

O’Leary: McLoughlin and the ’98 Stamps got a storybook ending

October 14, 2020 | Chris O'Leary
Stampeders’ kicker Mark McLoughlin kicked a Grey Cup-winning field goal in his hometown of Winnipeg in 1998. The win lifted the pressure of winning a championship off of himself and the ...

O’Leary: Rivalry blossomed with Stamps, Ticats in the late ’90s

October 9, 2020 | Chris O'Leary
The Calgary Stampeders and Hamilton Tiger-Cats met in back-to-back Grey Cups to close out the 1990s and in those two years, CFL.ca senior writer Chris O’Leary says, a great East-West ...

Remote Reunion: 1999 Hamilton Tiger-Cats

October 7, 2020 | CFL.ca Staff
After coming up short to Calgary the year prior, the 1999 Hamilton Tiger-Cats were given an opportunity for revenge against the Stampeders. Watch as members of the 99 Ticats reflect on their ...

O’Leary: Joseph reminisces, wonders what might have been with Riders

September 26, 2020 | Chris O'Leary
Kerry Joseph won MOP and lifted the Grey Cup with the Saskatchewan Roughriders in 2007. Then it was over. Joseph goes through the highs and lows of his time as a Rider with CFL.ca senior writer ...

O’Leary: Edmonton faced a daunting task in ’81 Grey Cup

September 25, 2020 | Chris O'Leary
CFL.ca senior writer Chris O’Leary looks at just how close Edmonton came to having its dynasty broken up in the 1981 Grey Cup, which is part of the Remote Reunion series, driven by Kubota.
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