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  2. IMHO Rod Hill was the best DB the Bombers ever had. He may be the best at that position to ever play in the CFL. I've said this a number of times but...he was so good, that when the Bombers had Less Browne playing on the other corner (Less Browne is the CFL's all time INT leader), QB's rarely threw to Hill's side. I remember the day the Bombers signed Rod Hill...Cal Murphy was in a state of ephoria.
  3. FrostyWinnipeg

    Game 30 : My Kind Of Town

    Time : Tuesday 7, TSN3 Stats : 9-17-5 @ 18-9-2
  4. Gene Lakusiak was a very good defensive back. He played with the Bombers from 1968-74. He had 7 interceptions during his career & was a CFL Western Conference All Star in 1972 & 73. I'd like to nominate him.
  5. FrostyWinnipeg

    Random Death Notice 2018

    https://mashable.com/article/roger-big-kangaroo-died
  6. FrostyWinnipeg

    Game 29 : Phildelphia Feeling

  7. iHeart

    The TV Thread

    oh look an episode title list https://www.tvguide.com/g00/news/stranger-things-season-3-episode-titles-netflix/?ftag=TVG_Twitter&fbclid=IwAR3bzuiUA3i1ue4VvLZgJmVWrZYQYNce9TcXfJaBSge-OIyrK6rUvmrCtKc&i10c.encReferrer=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuZmFjZWJvb2suY29tLw%3d%3d&i10c.ua=1&i10c.dv=18
  8. My advice would be to add Rowland as a defensive back. We've had some great linebackers & there'll be plenty of nominations at that position.
  9. Thirty four picks should be a DB. Linebackers don't put up those numbers.
  10. SpeedFlex27

    Around the League: 2019 Off Season

    Yeah, these guys have full time jobs & coach. Blasetti quit his job to coach with the Lions. Then suddenly found himself without a job a year later. I also know a former OC in the CFL who now lives in the US. He coached a number of years on 3 different CFL teams but was fired. He's in his late 50's & would be a great addition to a lot of CFL staffs. He told me that he's no longer interested in the CFL as he says it's too volatile. Working as a college coach in the NCAA.
  11. JuranBoldenRules

    Around the League: 2019 Off Season

    There are usually 2 coaches who get paid on U Sports staffs. The rest of the guys work a full-time job and then come on campus and coach at night. I know a few guys who have been doing that for decades.
  12. He won’t be. The question is which category, defensive halfback or linebacker?
  13. Yesterday
  14. With 34 picks how can he be ignored?
  15. SpeedFlex27

    Around the League: 2019 Off Season

    There is a junior football coach here in Calgary who is the OC of the Calgary Colts. Adam Blassetti has a wealth of experience coaching at the highest levels in Canada. He coached at SFU when my son was there doing the OL. Tyler said he did a great job but was let go when HC Jacques Chapdelaine suddenly quit the team after just one season. Before he went to SFU, he also was a guest OL coach with the Als during training camp for 2 successive years. He also coached 1 year with the Lions full time as Running Backs Coach. He was so happy Wally hired him as a member of his Lions staff & thought he'd be there for awhile. Then just a year later during training camp, Wally suddenly fired him with no warning & he was replaced with no real explanation as to why. Now, Adam's back with the Colts where he started a number of years ago. He never had a chance to develop as a CFL assistant coach plus he was coaching out of his natural position. So it really is a baptism by fire to be a Canadian coach in the CFL. There is absolutely no job security like there may be in U Sports. How many qualified Canadian coaches are willing to coach in the CFL for low pay, long hours, no benefits & no job security?
  16. HardCoreBlue

    Around the League: 2019 Off Season

    Benevides is probably a good example of this tactic.
  17. SpeedFlex27

    Around the League: 2019 Off Season

    There are a few good Canadian coaches that should be in the CFL. I think it's difficult to find qualified guys as they are probably coaching in U Sports where things may be a bit more secure. Usually Canadian coaches start in the CFL as Running Back Coach & move up from there. Some of them only last a couple of seasons & are released for whatever reason. With the new salary cap expect to see even less.
  18. iHeart

    Game 29 : Phildelphia Feeling

    Little makes it 6-1 Myers makes it 7-1 here's his butt oh no Perrault is down
  19. iHeart

    Game 29 : Phildelphia Feeling

    and connor puts us on the board 1-0 jets welcome back morrissey 2-0 2-1 tanev 3-1 Buffy the goaltender slayer destroys the power play in 5 seconds 4-1 and my cousin said Buff should be traded wheels 5-1 man Jets are really dominating this game. Jets have scored 5 and is dominating release the andrea! FIGHT!!!! Connor's okay
  20. I am debating where to insert Gord Rowland. He was an all-star a couple of times as a defensive halfback and a couple more as a cover linebacker. He played in the 1960’s when players played multiple positions and the roles were a bit different. He had 34 ints. so his role seemed to be more in pass coverage, so any thoughts about including him in the halfback category?
  21. BomberBall

    Game 29 : Phildelphia Feeling

    Maurice should tell the guys on the bench that the game has started.
  22. Colin Unger

    Around the League: 2019 Off Season

    I know. I’m not suggesting that the cfl exclusively hire Canadians. But just do more of it. When you need to find a coach and haven’t developed one maybe look to the cis rather than ncaa. At least they will have a strong familiarity with the Canadian game coming in. And whether or not the ncaa offer health insurance is s non-issue
  23. iHeart

    Game 29 : Phildelphia Feeling

    Niku has been sent to the press box, Morrissey is good to go what the hell is macdonald doing to ehlers?!
  24. FrostyWinnipeg

    Upcoming Movies

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  25. And a punishing tackler, too.
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