Robert wrote:Why not go for the win with only a 2.5 yard conversion? dumb call to kick...
LotusBlossom wrote:Robert wrote:Why not go for the win with only a 2.5 yard conversion? dumb call to kick...
I wouldn't have thought less of Lulay or Wally if they went for it, but it was an exciting game, nonetheless.
Arachnid wrote:Madcombinepilot wrote:how about those Riders?
tough game to lose for the Lions...
What an awesome game, beats the NFL
DavidPratt_ wrote:THAT'S WHAT I KEEP TELLING ALL THESE YOUNG 'PUNKS' WHO TURN UP THEIR NOSE ON THE CFL. BEFORE I BECAME A HOCKEY FAN, I WAS A LIONS FAN FIRST. 3 DOWN FOOTBALL AND THE CANADIAN GAME MEANS EXCITING GAMES YOU DON'T OFTEN SEE IN THE NFL.
Puck wrote:Sorry nucklehead, no way does Victoria support a CFL team. We couldn't even keep our semi-pro baseball team, nor could we keep the WHL Cougars. To support a CFL team here, you'd need almost 10% of the population of the Island coming to Victoria for the games. You can't rely on mainlanders as they can't get back from the game without staying overnight. The latter is a big part of the Riders' success; people drive to Regina from all over the province. Did I also mention that there isn't an appropriate stadium, either?
However, I'd love to see Quebec City (la belle province is football crazy) and Halifax brought in. I don't know if the Maritimes could pull it off, though. How would you market it to appeal to NB *and* NS?.. not to mention PEI and NFLD. But a return of the Bombers to the West and the addition of QC and Halifax to the East looks great. Frankly, revive Ottawa and we only need one of QC or Halifax to get two 5-team divisions.
Puck wrote:Sorry nucklehead, no way does Victoria support a CFL team.
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