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Sard

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  1. But that's kindof the point, it will never be a priority, so it will never get done and the payoff in 5 to 10 years will never happen. At some point someone has to take a step back and say, despite the fires that I have to put out today, I need to do something to prevent them from happening in the future. Agree with it or not, it is a bigger picture view of the situation that someone had to take eventually, and it just happens to have been taken now.
  2. I would wonder if getting international players into the league actually would help in TO. There is a rather large immigrant population there, so if the CFL becomes more popular internationally and with international players, it may catch the interest of some immigrants who could become fans that attend games. Probably a bit of a stretch, and would definitely take a while to get legs, but could be part of the thought process.
  3. It's just the plant leg. They can still hit the kicking leg.
  4. Makes sense... I believe that was some sort of hovercraft...
  5. I will echo what others have implied... Manziel wants to play in the AAF and took the easiest out available to him. I'm not surprised he missed the meetings at all, he likely did it on purpose so that he could have his way and be able to go play in the other league. I guess time will tell weather he actually signs down there, but it seems awfully convenient for him that things went down the way they did.
  6. That's only around 17 Celcius... For someone living in Arizona, they probably would consider that pretty cold.
  7. Wellington-Altus also has a history of having professional athletes on staff requiring flexibility (Jennifer Jones), so it's definitely not just because the owner happens to be married to a member of the board.
  8. I guess this answers my question... this is AWESOME!!!!!
  9. Bighill coming to town this morning to sign a contract???
  10. Well the wind definitely won't win that poll because it doesn't suck.... it blows...
  11. As a season ticket holder, I pay my money to be entertained. I can count maybe 3 or 4 games in the past 3 seasons when I wasn't entertained, so I feel like I've been getting my money's worth. Would it have been better if they had won a championship? Sure, but at the end of the day, it is an entertainment business, and for my money have been very entertaining the last 4-5 years.
  12. I seem to remember when they announced that this cap was coming back early in the season that all of the teams were consulted, and the number they came to was based on an average of what all teams were spending. We're seeing a few teams drop coaches who were likely the above average spend teams, while the rest of the league is quiet because they are at or below the average.
  13. I absolutely agree with that. I heard about these ones on the radio and got all excited, but am quite disappointed in the result.
  14. Looks like the Bombers marketing department did end up jumping on the Canadian Mafia idea:
  15. The difference there is that the NHL didn't start that. It was a Punjabi fan who also happened to be an aspiring broadcaster who got that going. I do think it's a good idea, but I don't think it's something that can be forced. You need someone from the Punjabi (or any other) community to be passionate about the sport and want to give that a try.
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