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  • O'Shea to return to Blue Bombers, Bellefeuille out - Sportsnet.ca
    Shea said There s a pile of factors that go into why Continuity at various positions so injuries play into it The bottom line is I don t think we operated at an efficient enough level to allow us to win the number of games that I thought we should win O Shea said he has a list of candidates and is open to hiring an OC from inside or outside the team but not likely from the United States He doesn t expect prospects to have a certain number of years experience Until he finds someone offensive assistants are in limbo he added but the defensive coaches will be back Speculation is he might consider former Bombers head coach Paul LaPolice and Saskatchewan offensive co ordinator Jacques Chapdelaine depending on what the Roughriders do with their staff after their 3 15 season LaPolice was fired by Winnipeg in late August 2012 when the club had a 2 6 record in his third season His dismissal was denounced by some as a mistake partly because the now TSN broadcaster had guided the team to a Grey Cup loss against B C the previous season Former Bombers quarterback Khari Jones could be an up and comer option He s the B C Lions receivers coach and was its OC last season O Shea didn t give a timeline for the hire but admitted he wants the offence to be tougher by taking more advantage of defences In looking back over the season that began with hope the team could be in the Grey Cup its hosting Nov 29 O Shea described it as being not nearly anywhere close to what they thought it would be As much as this will raise eyebrows do I believe that we got better as a team Absolutely Our record does not show it he said 2Ffootball 2Fcfl 2Fblue bombers wont renew bellefeuilles contract 2F Join the Discussion EDITORS PICKS McDavid looks for silver lining in injury situation 1 hour ago How Holm derailed the Rousey hype train 3 hours ago Will Donaldson get long term offer from Jays this winter 11 hours ago Matt Duchene handling Avalanche trade rumours like a pro 1 hour ago The time Michael Jordan carried Max Domi 6 hours ago Bases Covered Could Cueto land with the Yankees 4 hours ago Forrest They threw bags of urine at us 5 hours ago NHL commissioner Gary Bettman s latest salary revealed 9 hours ago MOST DISCUSSED Red hot Rangers score late to end Maple Leafs win streak 290 COMMENTS Will Donaldson get long term offer from Blue Jays this off season 81 COMMENTS Mayweather 50 Cent chirp Rousey on Instagram 28 COMMENTS Weekend Takeaways James Reimer becoming a valuable asset 48 COMMENTS Connor McDavid won t say if Flyers hit was clean or dirty 58 COMMENTS Argos defeat Bombers in Rogers Centre finale Argos must find a way to win at Tim Hortons Field GET A BONUS GIFT SUBSCRIBE Sports NHL

    Original URL path: http://www.sportsnet.ca/football/cfl/blue-bombers-wont-renew-bellefeuilles-contract/ (2015-11-17)
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  • Redblacks top Ticats to clinch first place in East - Sportsnet.ca
    teams from here on out and we re just going to keep trying to get better Ellingson agreed with his coach about individual accomplishments It s not as important as the success we ve had as a team he said Getting 12 wins is huge and first place in the East is way bigger than any milestone I may have myself but it does feel good to get there Burris also threw touchdown passes of six and 14 yards to Patrick Lavoie and Ellingson in the second half The eight second half points by Hamilton came off Ottawa mistakes After lining up on side Rico Murray recovered a Redblacks punt and returned it 31 yards for a touchdown Then after the Sinopoli touchdown Milo missed the convert and Brandon Banks returned the ball 127 yards to the Redbacks end zone for two points A 17 0 lead after the first quarter had Ottawa fans dancing in the aisles in anticipation of the potential East Division Final they would host but 20 unanswered points by the Tiger Cats made it 20 17 Hamilton at halftime The Redblacks scored on their first three drives of the game starting with a 28 yard field goal from Milo The ensuing kick off was fumbled and recovered by Ottawa and led to a 31 yard touchdown pass from Burris to Ellingson Ellingson added a second touchdown this one for three yards from Burris with just 10 seconds to play in the first quarter The Ticats started clawing their way back early in the second quarter when Justin Medlock kicked a 25 yard field goal That was followed up by a one yard touchdown run by Jeremiah Masoli on the first play after Burris threw an interception Another field goal by Medlock this one from 40 yards cut the Redblacks lead to 17 13 in the final minute of the half After the Redblacks failed to score on the following series Terrell Sinkfield returned Milo s punt 62 yards to the Ottawa three yard line On the next play Andy Fantuz caught a touchdown pass from Masoli for a 20 17 lead with two seconds to play before the break We got in a big hole early Then we got back in the game but they did a great job converting off our turnovers said Tiger Cats coach Kent Austin who sees his team limp into the East semifinal having lost three straight That third quarter was a killer We get a turnover and then give it right back to them on the very next snap The only thing that matters in the past is what you ve learned from it Success can be a distraction as well but it s how you approach the game and how you approach each situation you re in 2Ffootball 2Fcfl 2Fredblacks top ticats to clinch first place in east 2F Join the Discussion EDITORS PICKS McDavid looks for silver lining in injury situation 1 hour ago How Holm derailed

    Original URL path: http://www.sportsnet.ca/football/cfl/redblacks-top-ticats-to-clinch-first-place-in-east/ (2015-11-17)
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  • Alouettes to keep coach Popp on for next season - Sportsnet.ca
    the end of the day it s to clean things up internally and get back on track Injuries devastated the Alouettes who had nine quarterbacks dress for at least one game after both Jonathan Crompton and backup Dan LeFevour were injured in the season opener Seven saw action on the field Veteran pivot Kevin Glenn a late season pickup who played three games will go into camp as the starter Popp expects to have five of the quarterbacks in camp One who is sure to return is Brandon Bridge of Missisauga Ont who showed promise in his first career start in a season ending overtime loss to Saskatchewan One thing they touched on in the meetings was to come in with the mindset that you re going to play and you re going to do well said Bridge I want to go in with the mindset that I want that job It is pretty crazy that seven quarterbacks played but that s how the cookie crumbles sometimes There will also be a glut of high quality linebackers with mid season acquisition Henoc Muamba returning injured players Kyries Hebert Bear Woods and Kyler Ellworth as well as Winston Venable and veteran Chip Cox battling for playing time Among the potential free agents is defensive end John Bowman who ended the season with three sacks for a league leading total of 19 Bowman was healthy scratch for two games under Higgins but roared back with the perhaps his best campaign I know I want to come back next year and I ll leave the rest up to Popp and owner Bob Wetenhall to see if they want me back said Bowman who added he ll be looking for top dollars I ve been the best defensive end in this league for the last eight or nine years so I think I deserve to be compensated Another bright spot this season was Tyrell Sutton winning the rushing crown 2Ffootball 2Fcfl 2Fmontreal alouettes will keep jim popp three co ordinators on for next season 2F Join the Discussion EDITORS PICKS McDavid looks for silver lining in injury situation 1 hour ago How Holm derailed the Rousey hype train 3 hours ago Will Donaldson get long term offer from Jays this winter 11 hours ago Matt Duchene handling Avalanche trade rumours like a pro 1 hour ago The time Michael Jordan carried Max Domi 6 hours ago Bases Covered Could Cueto land with the Yankees 4 hours ago Forrest They threw bags of urine at us 5 hours ago NHL commissioner Gary Bettman s latest salary revealed 9 hours ago MOST DISCUSSED Red hot Rangers score late to end Maple Leafs win streak 290 COMMENTS Will Donaldson get long term offer from Blue Jays this off season 81 COMMENTS Mayweather 50 Cent chirp Rousey on Instagram 28 COMMENTS Weekend Takeaways James Reimer becoming a valuable asset 48 COMMENTS Connor McDavid won t say if Flyers hit was clean or dirty 58 COMMENTS Riders spoil Bridge

    Original URL path: http://www.sportsnet.ca/football/cfl/montreal-alouettes-will-keep-jim-popp-three-co-ordinators-on-for-next-season/ (2015-11-17)
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  • Stampeders down Lions in preview of West semi - Sportsnet.ca
    do it said Lulay who finished 14 for 20 with 181 passing yards I felt pretty good about being able to step into some throws and make some throws down the field I hit all the check marks that I hoped to accomplish Took a few hits and held up fine My confidence level in terms of my physical health is as good as it s been in a long time Stamps QB Drew Tate threw for two touchdown passes and finished 18 for 22 with 231 passing yards for Calgary Receiver Lemar Durant caught two TDs for Calgary One of Tates TDs was to Anthony Parker who ran in a 70 yard catch to put the Stamps up 13 7 in the third Parker says he expects to see a more formidable Lions team when they meet again next week The win gives you a little bit of momentum and confidence and if anything maybe it instills a little bit of doubt in them said Parker It s great to get the win but we re going to see a different team next week It will be important for us to get our preparation right and go out there and perform After the Lions got on the board with a single in the first Tate found Durant in the end zone to make it 7 1 Stamps early in the second On the next series Lulay hit wide receiver Geraldo Boldewign with a 51 yard pass and Anthony Fera then made a 44 yard field goal for his first successful FG in the CFL Fera was 2 of 4 in the game including a 49 yarder to tie the game 7 7 in third After third string QB Bryant Moniz punched it in from the one Durant hauled in his second TD pass of the game on a strike form Moniz with 3 35 left to play Calgary 14 4 remains second in the West while the Lions 7 11 enter the playoffs third in the West Division 2Ffootball 2Fcfl 2Fstampeders down lions in preview of west semi 2F Join the Discussion EDITORS PICKS McDavid looks for silver lining in injury situation 1 hour ago How Holm derailed the Rousey hype train 3 hours ago Will Donaldson get long term offer from Jays this winter 11 hours ago Matt Duchene handling Avalanche trade rumours like a pro 1 hour ago The time Michael Jordan carried Max Domi 6 hours ago Bases Covered Could Cueto land with the Yankees 4 hours ago Forrest They threw bags of urine at us 5 hours ago NHL commissioner Gary Bettman s latest salary revealed 9 hours ago MOST DISCUSSED Red hot Rangers score late to end Maple Leafs win streak 290 COMMENTS Will Donaldson get long term offer from Blue Jays this off season 81 COMMENTS Mayweather 50 Cent chirp Rousey on Instagram 28 COMMENTS Weekend Takeaways James Reimer becoming a valuable asset 48 COMMENTS Connor McDavid won t say if Flyers hit

    Original URL path: http://www.sportsnet.ca/football/cfl/stampeders-down-lions-in-preview-of-west-semi/ (2015-11-17)
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  • Argos defeat Bombers in Rogers Centre finale - Sportsnet.ca
    Field takes the Argos back to the CNE where they used to flourish at Exhibition Stadium before taking up residence in 1989 at SkyDome The Argos exit with a 123 96 1 record at the downtown stadium But mostly they leave with a whimper rather than a bang given their second banana status to the Blue Jays this season Toronto went 49 days without playing at the Rogers Centre due to the busy baseball schedule forced to shift two late season home games to Hamilton and one to Ottawa The Argos home opener meanwhile took place 3 800 kilometres away at Fort McMurray Alta The four previous CFL games this season at the Rogers Centre drew 14 236 17 694 14 748 and 20 642 In essence the team was in limbo more so given a change in ownership from David Braley to Bell Canada and Larry Tanenbaum chairman of Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment What was once seen as an engineering marvel billed as the eighth wonder of the world the venue can fit eight 747 planes on the field while in baseball mode and its retractable roof is still an impressive engineering feat had become an oversized unfriendly and character lacking football home Still the lack of interest in the football team came in stark contrast to the sellout crowds that packed the venue for the surging Blue Jays The Argos were essentially shown the door by the Jays ownership which wants to install natural grass at the venue which it also owns Toronto made its regular season debut at SkyDome on July 12 1989 when a crowd of 32 527 watched Toronto lose 24 15 to Hamilton The Argos averaged 35 069 that first year Last season average attendance was 17 791 Mike Pinball Clemons the Argonauts vice chair and former coach and star player was a CFL rookie back in 1989 Injured he watched his first game from the 500 level the top tier of the stadium All of a sudden everything made sense Watching it from up there you understood the advantage you can get from coming downhill in motion you understood the width of the field he recalled While he had spent some time in the NFL Clemons was still taken by the size of the stadium and its trademark Jumbotron screen This stadium was like no other just a beautiful facility he recalled 2Ffootball 2Fcfl 2Fargos defeat bombers in rogers centre finale 2F Join the Discussion EDITORS PICKS McDavid looks for silver lining in injury situation 1 hour ago How Holm derailed the Rousey hype train 3 hours ago Will Donaldson get long term offer from Jays this winter 11 hours ago Matt Duchene handling Avalanche trade rumours like a pro 1 hour ago The time Michael Jordan carried Max Domi 6 hours ago Bases Covered Could Cueto land with the Yankees 4 hours ago Forrest They threw bags of urine at us 5 hours ago NHL commissioner Gary Bettman s latest salary

    Original URL path: http://www.sportsnet.ca/football/cfl/argos-defeat-bombers-in-rogers-centre-finale/ (2015-11-17)
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  • Lions head into West semifinal undecided on kicker - Sportsnet.ca
    all season until getting his chance against the Stampeders on Saturday finishing 2 of 4 on field goals with his two failed attempts just missing the mark He also averaged 49 5 yards on six punts not thought to be his strong suit the same as Leone s average this season But Tedford who cut veteran Paul McCallum in training camp because he wanted one player to handle all three phases of the kicking game said the fact that Leone has more experience this season will play into who he decides to go with That will definitely go into consideration a guy who s been out there game in game out all season long and gone through some different scenarios in the game said the coach Lions running back Andrew Harris said the team has confidence in both Leone and Fera with the knowledge that kicking could be crucial in Sunday s playoff game in chilly Calgary Whoever s going to be in there just really needs to step up They re both capable guys said Harris I just think it s a matter confidence and just getting into a rhythm I don t know who s going to get the nod or where it s going to go but either way they ve got to figure it out 2Ffootball 2Fcfl 2Flions head into west semifinal undecided on kicker 2F Join the Discussion EDITORS PICKS McDavid looks for silver lining in injury situation 1 hour ago How Holm derailed the Rousey hype train 3 hours ago Will Donaldson get long term offer from Jays this winter 11 hours ago Matt Duchene handling Avalanche trade rumours like a pro 1 hour ago The time Michael Jordan carried Max Domi 6 hours ago Bases Covered Could Cueto land with the Yankees 4 hours ago Forrest They threw bags of urine at us 5 hours ago NHL commissioner Gary Bettman s latest salary revealed 9 hours ago MOST DISCUSSED Red hot Rangers score late to end Maple Leafs win streak 290 COMMENTS Will Donaldson get long term offer from Blue Jays this off season 81 COMMENTS Mayweather 50 Cent chirp Rousey on Instagram 28 COMMENTS Weekend Takeaways James Reimer becoming a valuable asset 48 COMMENTS Connor McDavid won t say if Flyers hit was clean or dirty 58 COMMENTS CFL roundtable Is RB becoming a non import position O Shea to return to Blue Bombers Bellefeuille out GET A BONUS GIFT SUBSCRIBE Sports NHL MLB NBA NFL CFL SOCCER CURLING TENNIS AUTO RACING More MAGAZINE TELEVISION RADIO TIM SID INSIDERS SN WORLD SN NOW RSS Social FACEBOOK TWITTER YOUTUBE GOOGLE About SN MEDIA CENTRE COMPANY INFO ADVERTISE FAQ FEEDBACK 2000 2015 Rogers Media All rights reserved Privacy Policy Ad Choices Terms of Service Create a new password We ve sent an email with instructions to create a new password Your existing password has not been changed Close Create a new password We ll send you a link to create a new password forgotPasswordForm

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  • Riders spoil Bridge's start in win over Alouettes - Sportsnet.ca
    around longer than Saskatchewan Despite being well behind Ottawa Hamilton and Toronto in the East the Alouettes threatened B C for much of the season with the possibility of the first East team to cross over into the West for the playoffs There are a lot of things we ve accomplished this year we ve overcome We gave ourselves a chance to win a lot of games even though we fell short Alouettes head coach and general manager Jim Popp said The Alouettes 6 12 and the Roughriders 3 15 used many backups and young players Both team s had quarterbacks making a first CFL start and each had a drive into scoring position nullified by a fumble Bridge took Montreal to the Saskatchewan one yard line on the first possession of the game Backup Anthony Boone ran in the TD Riders starter Keith Price answered with a 32 yard strike to Ryan Smith on the final play of the first quarter Both QBs struggled in the second quarter until Bridge hit Cody Hoffman with a 42 yard toss to set up a dump pass that Sutton ran in from the 10 with 35 seconds left in the half It was Bridge s first career TD pass Montreal s first possession of the second led to a Bede field goal Bridge s play of the game came 20 seconds into the fourth quarter when he scrambled away from the rush and hit Cunningham in the end zone with a 48 yard pass Brett Smith came on and shredded the Montreal defence on consecutive drives firing a 40 yard score to Ryan Smith picking up the two point convert and finding Dressler with a nine yard scoring toss Montreal rush end John Bowman who has indicated that this might be his last season had two sacks including his team record 100th in his career and a league leading 18 in 16 games this season The Alouettes don t owe me nothing Bowman said They gave me a chance to play up here when I didn t have a chance to play any football anywhere They gave me 10 years and in return I gave them 102 sacks and a couple of broken bones Sutton passed the 1 000 yards mark and eclipsed B C s Andrew Harris for the CFL rushing lead 2Ffootball 2Fcfl 2Friders spoil bridges start in win over alouettes 2F Join the Discussion EDITORS PICKS McDavid looks for silver lining in injury situation 1 hour ago How Holm derailed the Rousey hype train 3 hours ago Will Donaldson get long term offer from Jays this winter 11 hours ago Matt Duchene handling Avalanche trade rumours like a pro 1 hour ago The time Michael Jordan carried Max Domi 6 hours ago Bases Covered Could Cueto land with the Yankees 4 hours ago Forrest They threw bags of urine at us 5 hours ago NHL commissioner Gary Bettman s latest salary revealed 9 hours ago MOST DISCUSSED Red hot

    Original URL path: http://www.sportsnet.ca/football/cfl/riders-spoil-bridges-start-in-win-over-alouettes/ (2015-11-17)
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  • Redblacks lead all CFL clubs with nine all-stars - Sportsnet.ca
    and Jerrell Gavins on the East Division list released Tuesday by the CFL The Hamilton Tiger Cats were next with eight selections followed by the Montreal Alouettes with six and the Toronto Argonauts with four The B C Lions and Calgary Stampeders shared top spot in the West Division with eight selections apiece one more than the Edmonton Eskimos The Saskatchewan Roughriders and Winnipeg Blue Bombers had two picks apiece The CFL all stars will be named next month 2Ffootball 2Fcfl 2Fcfl announces all star roster 2F Join the Discussion EDITORS PICKS McDavid looks for silver lining in injury situation 1 hour ago How Holm derailed the Rousey hype train 3 hours ago Will Donaldson get long term offer from Jays this winter 11 hours ago Matt Duchene handling Avalanche trade rumours like a pro 1 hour ago The time Michael Jordan carried Max Domi 6 hours ago Bases Covered Could Cueto land with the Yankees 4 hours ago Forrest They threw bags of urine at us 5 hours ago NHL commissioner Gary Bettman s latest salary revealed 9 hours ago MOST DISCUSSED Red hot Rangers score late to end Maple Leafs win streak 290 COMMENTS Will Donaldson get long term offer from Blue Jays this off season 81 COMMENTS Mayweather 50 Cent chirp Rousey on Instagram 28 COMMENTS Weekend Takeaways James Reimer becoming a valuable asset 48 COMMENTS Connor McDavid won t say if Flyers hit was clean or dirty 58 COMMENTS Argos must find a way to win at Tim Hortons Field Burris Ellingson Bowman earn weekly CFL honours GET A BONUS GIFT SUBSCRIBE Sports NHL MLB NBA NFL CFL SOCCER CURLING TENNIS AUTO RACING More MAGAZINE TELEVISION RADIO TIM SID INSIDERS SN WORLD SN NOW RSS Social FACEBOOK TWITTER YOUTUBE GOOGLE About SN MEDIA CENTRE COMPANY INFO ADVERTISE FAQ FEEDBACK 2000 2015 Rogers Media All rights reserved Privacy Policy Ad Choices Terms of Service Create a new password We ve sent an email with instructions to create a new password Your existing password has not been changed Close Create a new password We ll send you a link to create a new password forgotPasswordForm traditionalSignIn emailAddress backButton forgotPassword sendButton forgotPasswordForm Legal Acceptance legalAcceptancePostLoginForm By clicking Accept I confirm that I have read and understood each of the website terms of service and privacy policy and that I agree to be bound by them legalAcceptanceAcceptButton legalAcceptancePostLoginForm mergeAccounts My profile profilePhotoCustom public profileBlurb Display Name public displayName public name public gender public birthdate public emailAddress public address public phoneNumber Close Thank you for signing up We have sent a confirmation email to emailAddressData Please check your email and click on the link to activate your account Close Sign In Welcome back welcomeName loginWidget Or Use another account Sign In Welcome back userInformationForm traditionalSignIn emailAddress traditionalSignIn password Forgot your password traditionalSignIn signInButton userInformationForm Or Use another account Sign In Sign Up With your existing account from loginWidget Or With an email account userInformationForm traditionalSignIn emailAddress traditionalSignIn password Forgot your password

    Original URL path: http://www.sportsnet.ca/football/cfl/cfl-announces-all-star-roster/ (2015-11-17)
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