Canadian Ratio Needs to Continue for CFL to Find Success

It's time for some serious reflection if professional football is going to survive and thrive in Canada. The realistic question, which few want to really grapple with is this, "how do we make the CFL sustainable long term?" Of course, it is accompanied by a concern with short-term profitability. Red ink can sink a ship before… Continue reading Canadian Ratio Needs to Continue for CFL to Find Success

CFL Odds Makers Set Lines for Regular Season Wins

With the season now just around the corner, now is a great time to take a look at the odds on the CFL futures market for regular-season wins. The oddsmakers at DraftKings Sportsbook favour the Blue Bombers to win the most games. The back-to-back defending Grey Cup champs over/under is set at 11.5 games won. This… Continue reading CFL Odds Makers Set Lines for Regular Season Wins

PGA Tour Canada Set for First Q-School Event of 2022

The Tour Course at Weston Hills in Weston, FL is set to host the first leg of Q-School for the PGA Tour of Canada on Tuesday-Saturday. The 7046 yard, par 72, Robert Trent Jones, Jr. design is set to see 115 competitors scheduled for 72-holes of play. The four-round event does not have a cut. PGA… Continue reading PGA Tour Canada Set for First Q-School Event of 2022

Italy Golden in Mixed Doubles Curling

The Italian mixed doubles curling pair of Stefania Constantini and Amos Mosaner ran the table at the Ice Cube in Beijing to claim Italy's first-ever Olympic curling medal. With an 8-5 victory over Norway, the Italian duo swept through the games, compiling a record of 11-0 on the way to capturing Gold. After running through… Continue reading Italy Golden in Mixed Doubles Curling

Homan, Morris Narrowly Miss Olympic Semi-Final

The Canadian pair of Rachel Homan and John Morris played extra ends in their final three matches, losing two of three. The squad's final round-robin game came down to an extra end measurement that went in favour of the Italian team, which finished undefeated in round-robin play.   The defeat ended team Canada's attempt to repeat… Continue reading Homan, Morris Narrowly Miss Olympic Semi-Final

Canadian Curlers Ready Final Push at Beijing

With a key win over the American team, Canadian Mixed Doubles pair Rachel Homan and John Morris are on the verge of qualifying for Monday's curling semifinals at the Beijing Olympics. Although the red and white have not yet clinched a spot in the semis, they have two games remaining against the Czech Republic and Australia, both… Continue reading Canadian Curlers Ready Final Push at Beijing

Canada Rights the Ship in Mixed Doubles Curling

The Canadian Mixed Doubles Curling squad bounced back from losing its opening match, first with a 7-6 win over Norway and then a dominant outing against Switzerland. While Canada beat Switzerland 7-5, the performance was far more convincing than the score makes it seem. With the first-end steal of three, John Morris and Rachel Homan… Continue reading Canada Rights the Ship in Mixed Doubles Curling

Homan, Morris Begin Play in Mixed Doubles Curling

Team Canada's attempt to defend the Olympic Gold Medal in Mixed Doubles Curling drew a tough first round-robin match against reigning world champions Great Britain. In the first Olympics mixed doubles competition in 2018, John Morris and Kaitlyn Lawes took home the gold. This year, Morris is paired with Rachel Homan. They faced the British team… Continue reading Homan, Morris Begin Play in Mixed Doubles Curling

Vernon Adams Jr. Asks How to Grow CFL in the U.S.A.

Montreal Pivot Vernon Adams Jr. took to Twitter a few days ago to ask how the CFL could be better marketed to audiences in the states. More than 120 replies and quote Tweets and 42 retweets were the results, many from Canadians and others from the states. Adams retweeted three of the replies, two that… Continue reading Vernon Adams Jr. Asks How to Grow CFL in the U.S.A.

Nathan Rourke Opens Up About Michael Reilly

On Wednesday, 13th Man Sports' Tom Lizardo had a chance to sit down with BC Lions' Canadian quarterback, Nathan Rourke. Tom Lizardo:  I don't think Michael Riley's retirement shocked anybody but as you came toward the end of the season how much were you thinking this was going to be his last year? Nathan Rourke: It really wasn't… Continue reading Nathan Rourke Opens Up About Michael Reilly