WINNIPEG – Matt Nichols says he’s done everything — and more — to get ready to play in Sunday’s CFL West Division semifinal.
Even though the Winnipeg Blue Bombers quarterback has only had two days of limited practise since suffering a suspected calf injury Oct. 28, the suspense is over and he’ starting against the Edmonton Eskimos.
WINNIPEG – Matt Nichols isn’t counting on anyone doing the Winnipeg Blue Bombers a favour.
If the CFL club wants to secure a home playoff date for the first time since 2011, the quarterback knows now’s the time to get that done with a victory Saturday afternoon against the visiting B.C. Lions.
WINNIPEG — An outbreak of mumps in Manitoba, and in emergency shelters currently housing wildfire evacuees from northern portions of the province, has postponed a planned visit residents had with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers.
The football club was to host evacuees during practice on Thursday for an on-field event.
WINNIPEG – Now that is a way to get your first Canadian university football coaching win. First-year football head coach of the Saskatchewan Huskies Scott Flory was dumped with Gatorade after leading the unranked Huskies to a road upset 44-23 win over #10 ranked Manitoba Bisons at Investors Group Field on Friday, September 1 afternoon in front of 1,501 fans.
This was the first Canada West game of the 2017 season for both teams.
The classic Guns N’ Roses lineup featuring original members Axl Rose, Slash and Duff McKagan showed up in Winnipeg on Thursday night to play a loud and blistering show for their devoted fans. The reunited ‘Guns’ have been travelling the globe for months on their Not In This Lifetime Tour and brought the show to Winnipeg’s Investors Group Field. The band hit the stage around 8:30 p.m. with a rendition of It’s So Easy complete with pyrotechnics and fireworks, and would go on to play a loud and energetic set of their classics songs from the late 80’s and early 90’s.