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    [quote user="bansaw"]Angelo KING KONG Mosca
    Rocky Dipietro
    Matt Dunigan

    [/quote]crap forgot Rocky[:$]

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      [quote user="bandwgn86"]


      off the top of my head, mind you i was a Edmonton Eskimos fan..</P>


      Angela "King Kong" Mosca (DT) is a legend in this city, Like LT to NY minus the hookers lol</P>


      in no order </P>


      Garney Henry (2 way player DB/WR) </P>


      Grover Covington (DE)</P>


      Earl "the Pearl" Winfield (WR)</P>


      i'd add Danny McMannus (QB)to the list aswell and i holding a spot open for Arland Bruce (WR) he'spretty special. </P>


      [/quote]</P>


      lol, bandy, you noted "...minus hookers" but I didn't see 'minus coke'. I hope not.</P>


      I watched the Tiger Cats for my first time back in the early 60's. ABC's Wide World of Sports used to show a few Canadian games every year, andalways the Cup.I remember, somewhere around '62, the Cup game was so foggy you could barely see the players, and once the QB threw the ball it just disappeared into nothingness. 10 seconds later, when the announcers were finally told, they'd tell you it was complete. It was amazing how many completions they had in that soup... definitely above 50%.</P>


      I like a lot of the Canadian wide open rules and hope it thrives.</P>

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        the fog game....EPIC actually.... have to love Exhibition Stadium or more commonly referred to as the Mistake By The Lake

        http://www.cfl.ca/article/the-story-...-1962-grey-cup


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          [quote user="bansaw"]the fog game....EPIC actually.... have to love Exhibition Stadium or more commonly referred to as the Mistake By The Lake

          http://www.cfl.ca/article/the-story-...-1962-grey-cup


          [/quote]</P>


          That's it, bansaw... thank you. The strangest game I ever saw. Like I said, you had to wait to find out what happened on the lasr play... then you'd have to imagine it. I'd love to see the passing stats.</P>

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            [quote user="zimonami"][quote user="bandwgn86"]


            off the top of my head, mind you i was a Edmonton Eskimos fan..</P>


            Angela "King Kong" Mosca (DT) is a legend in this city, Like LT to NY minus the hookers lol</P>


            in no order </P>


            Garney Henry (2 way player DB/WR) </P>


            Grover Covington (DE)</P>


            Earl "the Pearl" Winfield (WR)</P>


            i'd add Danny McMannus (QB)to the list aswell and i holding a spot open for Arland Bruce (WR) he'spretty special. </P>


            [/quote]</P>


            lol, bandy, you noted "...minus hookers" but I didn't see 'minus coke'. I hope not.</P>


            I watched the Tiger Cats for my first time back in the early 60's. ABC's Wide World of Sports used to show a few Canadian games every year, andalways the Cup.I remember, somewhere around '62, the Cup game was so foggy you could barely see the players, and once the QB threw the ball it just disappeared into nothingness. 10 seconds later, when the announcers were finally told, they'd tell you it was complete. It was amazing how many completions they had in that soup... definitely above 50%.</P>


            I like a lot of the Canadian wide open rules and hope it thrives.</P>


            [/quote]i won't rule out coke lol. how are yah Zim</P>


            .. its a really great game when the talent is there (pre mid 90's) FA and the huge salaries in the NFL has hurt the CFL..a practice squad player in the NFL makes more now than the average starter in the CFL lol.. its very tough to get American talent to travel up north. </P>


            i am happy the CFL is on the NFL Network,</P>

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              [quote user="bandwgn86"][quote user="zimonami"][quote user="bandwgn86"]


              off the top of my head, mind you i was a Edmonton Eskimos fan..</P>


              Angela "King Kong" Mosca (DT) is a legend in this city, Like LT to NY minus the hookers lol</P>


              in no order </P>


              Garney Henry (2 way player DB/WR) </P>


              Grover Covington (DE)</P>


              Earl "the Pearl" Winfield (WR)</P>


              i'd add Danny McMannus (QB)to the list aswell and i holding a spot open for Arland Bruce (WR) he'spretty special. </P>


              [/quote]</P>


              lol, bandy, you noted "...minus hookers" but I didn't see 'minus coke'. I hope not.</P>


              I watched the Tiger Cats for my first time back in the early 60's. ABC's Wide World of Sports used to show a few Canadian games every year, andalways the Cup.I remember, somewhere around '62, the Cup game was so foggy you could barely see the players, and once the QB threw the ball it just disappeared into nothingness. 10 seconds later, when the announcers were finally told, they'd tell you it was complete. It was amazing how many completions they had in that soup... definitely above 50%.</P>


              I like a lot of the Canadian wide open rules and hope it thrives.</P>


              [/quote]i won't rule out coke lol. how are yah Zim</P>


              .. its a really great game when the talent is there (pre mid 90's) FA and the huge salaries in the NFL has hurt the CFL..a practice squad player in the NFL makes more now than the average starter in the CFL lol.. its very tough to get American talent to travel up north. </P>


              i am happy the CFL is on the NFL Network,</P>


              [/quote]</P>


              Yeah, I'm happy they're on NFL, too. Anything they can do to help them is a good thing. Obviously they're not competition, so why wouldn't they.</P>


              Sa;ary levels in all sports in this country are so out of whack that it's ludicrous.</P>


              I always use this example... After Mantle hit for the triple crown they increased his salary to $37,500. That was about 10X more than the average Joe earned at that time.</P>


              Do today's athletes make 10X more than the average Joe today? it's more like 100X. That's so out of whack. I love my sports heroes, but I sure think they make way too much. </P>

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                [quote user="zimonami"][quote user="bandwgn86"][quote user="zimonami"][quote user="bandwgn86"]


                off the top of my head, mind you i was a Edmonton Eskimos fan..</P>


                Angela "King Kong" Mosca (DT) is a legend in this city, Like LT to NY minus the hookers lol</P>


                in no order </P>


                Garney Henry (2 way player DB/WR) </P>


                Grover Covington (DE)</P>


                Earl "the Pearl" Winfield (WR)</P>


                i'd add Danny McMannus (QB)to the list aswell and i holding a spot open for Arland Bruce (WR) he'spretty special. </P>


                [/quote]</P>


                lol, bandy, you noted "...minus hookers" but I didn't see 'minus coke'. I hope not.</P>


                I watched the Tiger Cats for my first time back in the early 60's. ABC's Wide World of Sports used to show a few Canadian games every year, andalways the Cup.I remember, somewhere around '62, the Cup game was so foggy you could barely see the players, and once the QB threw the ball it just disappeared into nothingness. 10 seconds later, when the announcers were finally told, they'd tell you it was complete. It was amazing how many completions they had in that soup... definitely above 50%.</P>


                I like a lot of the Canadian wide open rules and hope it thrives.</P>


                [/quote]i won't rule out coke lol. how are yah Zim</P>


                .. its a really great game when the talent is there (pre mid 90's) FA and the huge salaries in the NFL has hurt the CFL..a practice squad player in the NFL makes more now than the average starter in the CFL lol.. its very tough to get American talent to travel up north. </P>


                i am happy the CFL is on the NFL Network,</P>


                [/quote]</P>


                <FONT color=#0000ff>Yeah, I'm happy they're on NFL, too. Anything they can do to help them is a good thing. Obviously they're not competition, so why wouldn't they.</FONT></P>


                Sa;ary levels in all sports in this country are so out of whack that it's ludicrous.</P>


                I always use this example... After Mantle hit for the triple crown they increased his salary to $37,500. That was about 10X more than the average Joe earned at that time.</P>


                Do today's athletes make 10X more than the average Joe today? it's more like 100X. That's so out of whack. I love my sports heroes, but I sure think they make way too much. </P>[/quote]if nothing else atleast it gives family members an oportunity to watch the games..

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                  [quote user="bandwgn86"][quote user="zimonami"][quote user="bandwgn86"][quote user="zimonami"][quote user="bandwgn86"]


                  off the top of my head, mind you i was a Edmonton Eskimos fan..</P>


                  Angela "King Kong" Mosca (DT) is a legend in this city, Like LT to NY minus the hookers lol</P>


                  in no order </P>


                  Garney Henry (2 way player DB/WR) </P>


                  Grover Covington (DE)</P>


                  Earl "the Pearl" Winfield (WR)</P>


                  i'd add Danny McMannus (QB)to the list aswell and i holding a spot open for Arland Bruce (WR) he'spretty special. </P>


                  [/quote]</P>


                  lol, bandy, you noted "...minus hookers" but I didn't see 'minus coke'. I hope not.</P>


                  I watched the Tiger Cats for my first time back in the early 60's. ABC's Wide World of Sports used to show a few Canadian games every year, andalways the Cup.I remember, somewhere around '62, the Cup game was so foggy you could barely see the players, and once the QB threw the ball it just disappeared into nothingness. 10 seconds later, when the announcers were finally told, they'd tell you it was complete. It was amazing how many completions they had in that soup... definitely above 50%.</P>


                  I like a lot of the Canadian wide open rules and hope it thrives.</P>


                  [/quote]i won't rule out coke lol. how are yah Zim</P>


                  .. its a really great game when the talent is there (pre mid 90's) FA and the huge salaries in the NFL has hurt the CFL..a practice squad player in the NFL makes more now than the average starter in the CFL lol.. its very tough to get American talent to travel up north. </P>


                  i am happy the CFL is on the NFL Network,</P>


                  [/quote]</P>


                  <FONT color=#0000ff>Yeah, I'm happy they're on NFL, too. Anything they can do to help them is a good thing. Obviously they're not competition, so why wouldn't they.</FONT></P>


                  Sa;ary levels in all sports in this country are so out of whack that it's ludicrous.</P>


                  I always use this example... After Mantle hit for the triple crown they increased his salary to $37,500. That was about 10X more than the average Joe earned at that time.</P>


                  Do today's athletes make 10X more than the average Joe today? it's more like 100X. That's so out of whack. I love my sports heroes, but I sure think they make way too much. </P>


                  [/quote]if nothing else atleast it gives family members an oportunity to watch the games.. [/quote]</P>


                  I remember those CFL games on ABCs Wide World of Sports when I was a little kid. Always thoughtthose teams have the coolest nicknames</P>


                  Tom Clements QBfrom Notre Dame spent quite a few years up in Hamilton as I recall</P>

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                    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jKEDD1i4oGk&amp;NR=1</P>


                    This isthe guy from the original opening line "The thrill of victory and the agony of defeat" on Wide World of Sports. Showed him every week , in the opening credits ,sking off that ski ramp and crashing</P>

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                      [quote user="SEC105"][quote user="bandwgn86"][quote user="zimonami"][quote user="bandwgn86"][quote user="zimonami"][quote user="bandwgn86"]


                      off the top of my head, mind you i was a Edmonton Eskimos fan..</P>


                      Angela "King Kong" Mosca (DT) is a legend in this city, Like LT to NY minus the hookers lol</P>


                      in no order </P>


                      Garney Henry (2 way player DB/WR) </P>


                      Grover Covington (DE)</P>


                      Earl "the Pearl" Winfield (WR)</P>


                      i'd add Danny McMannus (QB)to the list aswell and i holding a spot open for Arland Bruce (WR) he'spretty special. </P>


                      [/quote]</P>


                      lol, bandy, you noted "...minus hookers" but I didn't see 'minus coke'. I hope not.</P>


                      I watched the Tiger Cats for my first time back in the early 60's. ABC's Wide World of Sports used to show a few Canadian games every year, andalways the Cup.I remember, somewhere around '62, the Cup game was so foggy you could barely see the players, and once the QB threw the ball it just disappeared into nothingness. 10 seconds later, when the announcers were finally told, they'd tell you it was complete. It was amazing how many completions they had in that soup... definitely above 50%.</P>


                      I like a lot of the Canadian wide open rules and hope it thrives.</P>


                      [/quote]i won't rule out coke lol. how are yah Zim</P>


                      .. its a really great game when the talent is there (pre mid 90's) FA and the huge salaries in the NFL has hurt the CFL..a practice squad player in the NFL makes more now than the average starter in the CFL lol.. its very tough to get American talent to travel up north. </P>


                      i am happy the CFL is on the NFL Network,</P>


                      [/quote]</P>


                      <FONT color=#0000ff>Yeah, I'm happy they're on NFL, too. Anything they can do to help them is a good thing. Obviously they're not competition, so why wouldn't they.</FONT></P>


                      Sa;ary levels in all sports in this country are so out of whack that it's ludicrous.</P>


                      I always use this example... After Mantle hit for the triple crown they increased his salary to $37,500. That was about 10X more than the average Joe earned at that time.</P>


                      Do today's athletes make 10X more than the average Joe today? it's more like 100X. That's so out of whack. I love my sports heroes, but I sure think they make way too much. </P>


                      [/quote]if nothing else atleast it gives family members an oportunity to watch the games.. [/quote]</P>


                      I remember those CFL games on ABCs Wide World of Sports when I was a little kid. Always thoughtthose teams have the coolest nicknames</P>


                      Tom Clements QBfrom Notre Dame spent quite a few years up in Hamilton as I recall</P>[/quote]especially the 2 teams with the same names just spelled a little differently [:$]

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                        [quote user="bandwgn86"][quote user="SEC105"][quote user="bandwgn86"][quote user="zimonami"][quote user="bandwgn86"][quote user="zimonami"][quote user="bandwgn86"]


                        off the top of my head, mind you i was a Edmonton Eskimos fan..</P>


                        Angela "King Kong" Mosca (DT) is a legend in this city, Like LT to NY minus the hookers lol</P>


                        in no order </P>


                        Garney Henry (2 way player DB/WR) </P>


                        Grover Covington (DE)</P>


                        Earl "the Pearl" Winfield (WR)</P>


                        i'd add Danny McMannus (QB)to the list aswell and i holding a spot open for Arland Bruce (WR) he'spretty special. </P>


                        [/quote]</P>


                        lol, bandy, you noted "...minus hookers" but I didn't see 'minus coke'. I hope not.</P>


                        I watched the Tiger Cats for my first time back in the early 60's. ABC's Wide World of Sports used to show a few Canadian games every year, andalways the Cup.I remember, somewhere around '62, the Cup game was so foggy you could barely see the players, and once the QB threw the ball it just disappeared into nothingness. 10 seconds later, when the announcers were finally told, they'd tell you it was complete. It was amazing how many completions they had in that soup... definitely above 50%.</P>


                        I like a lot of the Canadian wide open rules and hope it thrives.</P>


                        [/quote]i won't rule out coke lol. how are yah Zim</P>


                        .. its a really great game when the talent is there (pre mid 90's) FA and the huge salaries in the NFL has hurt the CFL..a practice squad player in the NFL makes more now than the average starter in the CFL lol.. its very tough to get American talent to travel up north. </P>


                        i am happy the CFL is on the NFL Network,</P>


                        [/quote]</P>


                        <FONT color=#0000ff>Yeah, I'm happy they're on NFL, too. Anything they can do to help them is a good thing. Obviously they're not competition, so why wouldn't they.</FONT></P>


                        Sa;ary levels in all sports in this country are so out of whack that it's ludicrous.</P>


                        I always use this example... After Mantle hit for the triple crown they increased his salary to $37,500. That was about 10X more than the average Joe earned at that time.</P>


                        Do today's athletes make 10X more than the average Joe today? it's more like 100X. That's so out of whack. I love my sports heroes, but I sure think they make way too much. </P>


                        [/quote]if nothing else atleast it gives family members an oportunity to watch the games.. [/quote]</P>


                        I remember those CFL games on ABCs Wide World of Sports when I was a little kid. Always thoughtthose teams have the coolest nicknames</P>


                        Tom Clements QBfrom Notre Dame spent quite a few years up in Hamilton as I recall</P>


                        [/quote]especially the 2 teams with the same names just spelled a little differently [:$][/quote]</P>


                        Now you got me wondering Mr. Bandy.....which 2 teams?</P>

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                          http://sify.com/news/atwal-scripts-h...xnkecbjfi.html</P>


                          How about this guy winning the golf tournament yesterday.....he grew up on Long Island</P>


                          proud home many great PGAgolfers[]</P>


                          Good for him</P>

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                            Ottawa Roughriders

                            Saskatchewan Roughriders

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                              [quote user="bansaw"]Ottawa Rough Riders

                              Saskatchewan Roughriders
                              [/quote]fixed it lol</P>


                              </P>

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                                [quote user="SEC105"]


                                http://sify.com/news/atwal-scripts-h...xnkecbjfi.html</P>


                                How about this guy winning the golf tournament yesterday.....he grew up on Long Island</P>


                                proud home many great PGAgolfers[]</P>


                                Good for him</P>[/quote]so he did win cool.. i feel asleep [:$]

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