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Recent Articles

Articles are in depth commentary on CFL topics, often with a researched and historical perspective.

November 27th 2016 at 8:11 PM by dbo

Need to check your tickets and 104th Grey Cup pool boards? Here are the end of quarter scores from the 2016 Grey Cup championship game in Toronto, courtesy CFLdb. The same can be found on CFLdb Statistics 2016 Grey Cup game page. Also, see the CFL’s official boxscore.

2016 Grey Cup Quarter Scores
1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Final
East (Ottawa) 10 20 27 33 39 39
West (Calgary) 7 7 17 33 33 33

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November 29th 2016 at 9:30 PM by dbo

Around 40,000 turn out to watch the RedBlacks parade down Bank Street to a rally at Lansdowne Park. This was more than just watching the team go by, it was interactive as long-waiting and new football fans got to revel in the Grey Cup victory up close with the players and trophy.

The haters (who disparage themselves when they disparage their city) that predicted doom for the team must be looking for a new place to live where no championships are ever won and teams only fold. Either that, or they tell everyone now they were behind the team all along.

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