Seven ways to enjoy another Bomber- free Cup
IEdmonton. N these parts, watching the Grey Cup typically means watching other CFL clubs play in the big game.
We all know the recent Winnipeg Blue Bombers drought: Zero rings in 20 years, but did you know the dry spell goes deeper than that? Since 1966 — the year after the Bombers ended their magical run of eight appearances in 15 years — the local squad has only earned an invite to the dance seven times, boasting just three titles. Seven Grey Cup appearances in 45 years. Depressed yet? Before you throw yourself in a snowbank, take heart — the Winnipeg football fan can still find some three-down spirit and consume some nationalistic pride, despite not having a horse in this race. With the right approach, of course.
The Montreal Alouettes and Saskatchewan Roughriders.
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5 p. m. ( TSN, CJOB). Those are the particulars. Here’s a converted touchdown worth of ways you can find a little more enjoyment in your Grey Cup viewing experience: