Preseason Week 1
Preseason Week 2
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Saskatchewan Roughriders (0-1) @ Edmonton Eskimos (0-1) The Brick Field at Commonwealth Stadium Edmonton, Alberta 8:00pm (CST) Kick Off TV: TSN 1/3/4, ESPN2 Radio: Rider Radio Network (Pregame Show begins at 5:00pm) CKRM 620am – Regina CJGX 940am – Yorkton CFWD (Cruz FM) 96.3fm – Saskatoon CJNB 1050am – North Battleford CJNS 102.3fm – Meadow Lake CKBI 900am – Prince Albert CKBI 92.5fm – Big River CKBI 95.9fm – LaRonge Estimated temperature at Kick off: Partly Cloudy 20C (68F) Hi friends! ...
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It was the new look Saskatchewan Roughriders in their final season at their permanent home since 1936. The Riders hosted the Toronto Argonauts in the season opener of the Farewell Season of Mosaic Stadium. The first quarter didn’t go according to plan as the Argos came charging out of the gate. A 57 yard Larry Taylor punt return to the Riders six-yard line was cashed in on the next play with a five-yard Andre Durie catch and run for the score. The Argos used another big play for their next ...
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There were so many story lines heading into the Riders first foray on the road in 2016 taking on the defending Grey Cup champ, Edmonton Eskimos. The brightest spotlight was on the regular season return of Chris Jones and the rest of his Eskimos staff to Edmonton and would want nothing better than to pick up the Riders first victory of the season in his former back yard. The Green and White looked great out of the gate with the early with Darian Durant hitting Rob Bagg on a 26-yard touchdown ...
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On a night that the Saskatchewan Roughriders honoured the legendary 1966 Grey Cup team, hopes were high that the Riders (0-2) would pick up their first win of the season against the B.C. Lions (2-1). The 1st quarter showed the Lions were set on quieting a rowdy crowd by staking themselves out to a 7-3 lead on a Jonathan Jennings touchdown run that started out as a Rider stop of an Anthony Allen run, but the former Green and White running back keenly pitched it back to Jennings who had a ...
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It would be a tall task for the Saskatchewan Roughriders to pick up their first win of 2016. The Ottawa REDBLACKS came into Mosaic Stadium as the lone undefeated team in the CFL for some Friday night football. Mitchell Gale made his first career start in for an injured Darian Durant and came out of the dressing room with a hot hand hitting Ricky Collins on multiple 20-plus-yard completions to set up a Tyler Crapigna field goal and the early 3-0 lead. The REDBLACKS took a big hit on their ...
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The Saskatchewan Roughriders headed into Percival Molson Memorial Stadium in Montreal looking for back-to-back wins for the first time since 2014 as well as wins in consecutive years in Montreal since the 80’s. Mitchell Gale was making his second straight start in place of the injured Darian Durant, and he was facing a veteran Montreal Alouette defensive front that played in Toronto Monday night. The Als looked the part of the well-rested team racing out to a 15-0 lead after the first ...
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A short week felt like an eternity for the Saskatchewan Roughriders. They were still licking their wounds after a 41-3 loss in Montreal last Saturday night and only had a few days to prepare for the West Division leading Calgary Stampeders. McMahon Stadium hasn’t been very friendly to the Green and White with their last regular season victory coming on August 1st, 2009. It was a great start for the Riders. On their opening drive, down 3-0, Darian Durant drive the ball 75 yards for the score ...
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A sold out Mosaic Stadium awaited the Riders in search of their second win of the season. To pick up the victory it would have to come down to the play of the defence, and they stepped up tonight, but it wasn’t quite enough. Scoring was at a premium in the first half with the Stampeders only being able to muster a trio of Rene Paredes field goals to take the 9-0 lead. The Riders finally hit the scoreboard with a touchdown on the final play of the first half when Mitchell Gale wiggled his ...
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When it rains, it pours. The difficult 2016 Saskatchewan Roughrider season continues to hit large potholes, and it hit a big one tonight in Hamilton. The Tiger Cats had Zach Collaros back in the lineup for his first home game of the season and he didn’t skip a beat. Collaros threw for 381 yards and five touchdowns en route to the 53-7 victory over the Riders. Darian Durant may have had his worst performance in his storied career. After going a record 324 straight passes without an ...
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It was looking like it was going to be a repeat of a week ago in Hamilton. The Riders came out of the gate had a woeful first half to find themselves down 22-3 after the first 30 minutes of football. Mike Reilly was almost perfect in the first half with almost 200 yards passing and a pair of touchdowns to Derel Walker and Shakir Bell. The Riders didn’t hit the scoreboard till late in the first half on a Tyler Crapigna field goal. The third quarter may have been one of the best 15 minutes of ...
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An 11-game Labour Day Classic winning streak was on the line this afternoon when Saskatchewan Roughriders hosted the Winnipeg Blue Bombers in their annual end of summer gathering at Mosaic Stadium. The two teams struggled to a stalemate for the early parts of the first quarter with the Bombers Justin Medlock picking up the only points on a 43-yard field goal. That all changed when Matt Nicholls hit Quincy McDuffie on an 82-yard pitch and catch for the 10-0 lead after the first quarter. The ...
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After losing their first Labour Day Classic since 2007, the Saskatchewan Roughriders were looking for a little revenge in the rematch this afternoon in Winnipeg. The Green and White along with the Blue and Gold defence was the story of the game, and it began in the first quarter. The only points were via Tyler Crapigna to give the Riders the 3-0 lead after the first 15 minutes. The Bombers tied the game early in the second quarter before their offence connected on a short four-play, 70-yard ...
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Edmonton Eskimos (5-6) @ Saskatchewan Roughriders (1-10) Mosaic Stadium – Regina, SK 2:30pm (CST) Kickoff TV: TSN 1/3/4/5 Radio: Rider Radio Network (Pre-game Show begins at 2:00pm) CKRM 620AM – Regina CJGX 940AM – Yorkton CFWD (Cruz FM) 96.3FM – Saskatoon CJNB 1050AM – North Battleford CJNS 102.3FM – Meadow Lake CKBI 900AM – Prince Albert CKBI 92.5FM – Big River CKBI 95.9FM – LaRonge Depth Charts Game Notes Estimated temperature at Kickoff: Cloudy, 30% chance of rain and 19C ...
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The road has not been kind to the Riders over the last few years with just a single victory last season and still looking for their first as road warriors in 2016. A win would be the Riders third in a row and the longest streak since winning seven straight in 2014. The defence was front and centre in the first half with the Riders racing out to the 10-0 lead after the first quarter on a 10-yard Nic Demski touchdown reception and a Tyler Crapigna field goal. After Crapigna’s second field ...
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One team still had a shot at a playoff spot and another had their playoff chances end a week ago. But it was the playoff team that is in a downward spiral with the Toronto Argonauts losers of eight of their last nine games hosting a Rider club that won three straight victories and no shot at the playoffs. That theme continued this afternoon at BMO Field in Toronto. The 1st quarter was dominated by the Riders defence with a pair of two-and-outs and a forced fumble, but all the offence ...
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It was a rain soaked afternoon that greeted a pair of teams that had problems generating any offence in the greasy conditions. The first half was dominated by the defences as the Riders sacked rookie quarterback, Vernon Adams six times (Willie Jefferson with two, A.C. Leonard with two, Henoc Muamba and Kacy Rogers each with one) while the Alouettes picked up a pair of their own (Ray Drew and Jovon Johnson). The scoring was provided by the foot of Tyler Crapigna with a field goal and Boris ...
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It was a sold out crowd that gathered for the final Rider game ever played at Mosaic Stadium. The B.C. Lions came into a very hostile environment looking to spoil the party and keep their hopes alive for a home playoff game. It wasn’t a great start for the offence. Greg Morris fumbled deep in Rider territory that the Lions were able to convert. Jeremiah Johnson was able to cash in from four yards out and after the two-point conversion B.C. had the early 7-0 lead. The Riders got on the ...
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There was nothing on the line for the Riders tonight in their final game of the 2016 season taking on a B.C. Lions club that were fighting for a home playoff game. With this situation in mind, the Riders made this game into a showcase of sorts for a trio of quarterbacks: Mitchell Gale, G.J. Kinne and Brandon Bridge as veteran quarterback, Darian Durant stayed home with a myriad of bumps and bruises. The Lions took no prisoners right from the opening whistle, rolling to the 41-18 ...
104th Grey Cup
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