jeremy o'day

The Waggle, Ep.225: O’Day outlines how GMs attack the next few months

August 26, 2020 | Staff
Jeremy O’Day joins Donnovan Bennett to talk about how football moves forward for CFL clubs with the news of a cancelled season.

Nye: A deep dive on the Riders’ 2020 draft class

May 2, 2020 | Jamie Nye’s Jamie Nye takes a deep look at the Saskatchewan Roughriders’ 2020 draft class.

O’Day ‘full speed ahead’ in new role as Riders general manager

February 2, 2019 | Staff
He hasn’t been the Saskatchewan Roughriders general manger for a month yet but as Jeremy O’Day told Davis and Donnovan on The Waggle podcast presented by Sport Clips, it’s been ...

The Waggle, Ep.141: FA banter, QB landscape + O’Day drops by

January 31, 2019 | Staff
With free agency looming, Davis and DJ look at some of the top available pending FA’s, including some big name quarterbacks. Later, newly-minted Riders GM Jeremy O’Day stops by to talk about his ...

O’Leary: Riders act fast with strategic head coaching hire

January 25, 2019 | Chris O'Leary
In naming Craig Dickenson the Saskatchewan Roughriders 47th head coach, Jeremy O’Day played it smart and played it safe. O’Day was thrown into the VP of football ops and GM role with Chris Jones’ ...

Riders call Friday afternoon presser, expected to announce head coach

January 25, 2019 | Staff
The Saskatchewan Roughriders have called a 2pm (local) press conference with Jeremy O’Day where many are speculating they could announce their new head coach.

Steinberg’s MMQB: Riders get it right with O’Day

January 21, 2019 | Pat Steinberg
After working his way up the ladder, Jeremy O’Day is more than ready for the Riders’ top job. Our Monday Morning QB Pat Steinberg weighs in.

Riders name O’Day GM, VP of football ops

January 18, 2019 | Staff
The Saskatchewan Roughriders have named Jeremy O’Day the team’s general manager and vice-president of football operations.

Riders’ O’Day: The more prospect footage, the better

March 20, 2017 | Ian Hamilton
With the CFL Combin looming, Saskatchewan Roughriders assistant general manager says that the more film teams can on draft-eligible prospects at the preliminary Regional Combines, the better.