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Nye: Can Riders reset after the Bye?

4 hours ago | Jamie Nye
Following a bye week, the Saskatchewan Roughriders will be aiming to get back on track against another sputtering team in the BC Lions.

Stampeders keep Argos winless in defensive driven victory

15 hours ago | Staff
The Toronto Argonauts continue to look for their first win of the season after falling 26-16 to the Stampeders in Calgary

Calgary’s defence still in ‘figure it out, get better’ phase

14 hours ago | Staff
Stampeders head coach Dave Dickenson admits its defence is still in a ‘figure it out, get better’ phase following a win over the Argos that saw them tally five turnovers.

Sanchez on Tre Roberson: ‘Every day is Tre day’

July 16, 2019 | Staff
The Waggle’s Davis Sanchez says that second-year defensive back Tre Roberson has taken a gigantic step forward following a solid rookie campaign.

O’Leary: Red River Cup shows growth in women’s football

17 hours ago | Chris O'Leary
The inaugural Red River Cup for girls under 18 couldn’t have gone better, as women’s football continues to dig roots in Canada.’s Chris O’Leary writes.

Landry: Pieces starting to fall into place in Montreal

July 18, 2019 | Don Landry
They’ve won two-straight and things are starting to fall into place for the Montreal Alouettes.’s Don Landry writes.
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