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Ty Long was eager for a special moment, and he got one. Long's 39-yard field goal in overtime gave the B.C. Lions a 35-32 comeback victory over the Hamilton Tiger-Cats on Saturday night.
Brett Lauther's 56-yard field goal with 1:14 remaining earned the Saskatchewan Roughriders a wild 30-29 road win over the Toronto Argonauts on Saturday night.
Lewis Ward set a single-season mark for consecutive field goals Saturday to help the Ottawa Redblacks defeat the Edmonton Eskimos 28-15.
Matt Nichols had a bounce-back performance as the Winnipeg Blue Bombers halted a four-game losing streak with a 31-14 victory over the Montreal Alouettes on Friday.
Join Jim Mullin, Mike Hogan and Gord Randall as they break down Waterloo's stunning upset of Laurier in the Battle of Waterloo, Calgary QB Adam Sinagra's bombing raid in Saskatchewan, and how Canadian university sports need to find a way to get it right with television once and for all.
Johnny Manziel took the majority of Montreal's first-team snaps at practice on Monday and will take over from quarterback Antonio Pipkin when the Alouettes visit the Winnipeg Blue Bombers on Friday.
One of Hamilton's newest high schools will be named for Bernie Custis, a local sports legend, longtime educator and the first black quarterback to play for professional football team in North American.
Trevor Harris and William Powell showed again that the aren't intimidated by the Saskatchewan Roughriders.
Calgary quarterback Bo Levi Mitchell threw for two touchdowns, including a game-breaking 99-yard strike to Reggie Begelton, as the Stampeders defeated the Hamilton Tiger-Cats 43-28 in CFL action on Saturday.
T.J. Lee and Anthony Orange had interceptions for fourth-quarter touchdowns to lift the B.C. Lions to their first road victory of the season, a 32-14 win over the Montreal Alouettes.
This week on Krown Countdown U, Jim Mullin, Gord Randall and Mike Hogan look at the progress of Oklahoma Sooner defensive tackle and St. Catharines native Neville Gallimore. Shawn Olson makes his first appearance of the season in X's and Olson and shows us why Waterloo's Tre Ford is the leading candidate so far for the Hec Crighton Award. Also, full highlights from Canadian university football.
Veteran receiver Chad Owens is back in Hamilton, added to the CFL team's practice roster on Tuesday. The 36-year-old Owens played for the Tiger-Cats in 2016 and was cut by Saskatchewan at training camp this year.
The Edmonton Eskimos have acquired international running back Martese Jackson and a conditional sixth-round draft pick in the 2020 CFL draft from the Toronto Argonauts. Toronto will receive the Eskimos' third-round pick in 2019.
Quarterback Mike Reilly ran in three touchdowns and passed for three more as the Edmonton Eskimos snapped a two-game losing skid in a tense 48-42 victory over the Calgary Stampeders on Saturday.
The Saskatchewan Roughriders scored a pair of touchdowns and three field goals off Winnipeg interceptions to hold on for a fourth straight win with a 32-27 victory over the Blue Bombers in Saturday's Banjo Bowl.
Jeremiah Masoli threw four TD passes as the Hamilton Tiger-Cats defeated the Toronto Argonauts 36-25 on Saturday afternoon.
The B.C. Lions held on for a crucial win Friday night, but lost a pair of key players in the process. The Lions took a 26-14 victory over the Ottawa Redblacks at B.C. Place.
A former player with the CFL Saskatchewan Roughriders has pleaded guilty to assault causing bodily harm.