The Short, but Eventful History of Tim Horton’s Field

After being a mainstay of Hamilton, Ontario for eighty-four years, the iconic Ivor Wynne Stadium closed its door for the last time in October 2012, and was then demolished in the months that followed to bring about an end of an era of sport in Hamilton. In its exact place, now stands Tim Hortons Field… Continue reading The Short, but Eventful History of Tim Horton’s Field

Redblacks’ Quarterbacks Prepared for One More Chance in Montreal

As the Ottawa Redblacks prepare for the final preseason game in Montreal on Friday night, the starters at many positions have taken the back seat, and the backups are getting the majority of the reps. It's expected that Jeremiah Masoli won't get any game time, meaning Caleb Evans, Tyrie Adams, and David Moore will be… Continue reading Redblacks’ Quarterbacks Prepared for One More Chance in Montreal

“It’s A Beautiful Game” Johnny Augustine Opens up About CFL

13th Man Sports' Tom Lizardo talked with Winnipeg Running Back Johnny Augustine after he re-signed with the Bombers. Tom Lizardo: Now that your signed, did you always know you'd be back in Winnipeg or were there other thoughts? Johnny Augustine: My heart was always in Winnipeg, and it's still in Winnipeg, but I would say this time… Continue reading “It’s A Beautiful Game” Johnny Augustine Opens up About CFL

Sherrod Baltimore Believes Redblacks Will Be “Special”

In the aftermath of the Redblacks' preseason win over the Toronto Argonauts, there was a theme that not many were talking about. Although the game was ultimately meaningless to the standings, it was just the third time the Redblacks had won on their home field dating back to the preseason of 2019. Wins have been… Continue reading Sherrod Baltimore Believes Redblacks Will Be “Special”

Beating the Odds: Some Thoughts on the 2022 CFL Futures Markets

With the league's deal with the players association locked in, let's take a peek at plays from the sportsbooks relative to the upcoming CFL season. We recently put out a piece featuring each team's odds for games to be won in the upcoming season. In the East, I think the teams that are most likely… Continue reading Beating the Odds: Some Thoughts on the 2022 CFL Futures Markets

Siaosi Mariner “Wants to be Great” With Redblacks

When the Ottawa Redblacks took the field on Friday night at TD Place, the roster was filled with new faces, thanks to an offseason where the entire offence was given a makeover. Stars such as Jeremiah Masoli, Jaelon Acklin, and an entirely new starting five on the offensive line stole the show, but as there… Continue reading Siaosi Mariner “Wants to be Great” With Redblacks

Cleyon Laing Rejuvenated By Rebuilt Redblacks

Call the Ottawa Redblacks offseason whatever you would like, whether it's a transformation, a rebuild, or even a minor miracle, there's no question that this football team is different gravy compared to their dismal 2019 and 2021 seasons. Cleyon Laing, a man who has been a part of both highs and lows with the CFL's… Continue reading Cleyon Laing Rejuvenated By Rebuilt Redblacks

LaPolice Happy, Not Satisfied With Redblacks Early Performance

The Ottawa Redblacks mounted an impressive comeback effort late in their week one preseason game against the Toronto Argonauts, but head coach Paul LaPolice isn't entirely satisfied with where his team is just yet. LaPolice is far from upset with what he saw from his offence on Friday night, but he knows there is potential… Continue reading LaPolice Happy, Not Satisfied With Redblacks Early Performance

CFL Team of the Week – Preseason Week 1

For the first time this season, we bring to you the CFL Team of the Week! Admittedly, doing this for the preseason is exceptionally difficult with just one game being broadcasted this week, but there were some obviously great performances that deserve to be shouted out! Quarterback Nick Arbuckle (Edmonton Elks) Nick Arbuckle, Edmonton Elks… Continue reading CFL Team of the Week – Preseason Week 1

Bombers Should Be All Over Antonio Pipkin

On Sunday morning, the Toronto Argonauts announced a series of cuts after their preseason game in Ottawa. Among those players cut, was veteran quarterback Antonio Pipkin. Pipkin is no stranger to the Canadian Football League at this point, having already spent four seasons in the league dating back to 2017. The now 26-year-old started his… Continue reading Bombers Should Be All Over Antonio Pipkin