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CFL America Radio is where North American football is celebrated through game replays, old radio shows, and documentaries in the public domain on the history, remembrances, culture, lore, and legends of pro football in Canada, America and around the world. Additionally, every few weeks journalist Scott Adamson and armchair historian Greg James, from their 55 yard line cheap seats, sit down with authors and historians who, through their works, have given all of us a close-up look and perspect ...
 
For an in-depth look around the Canadian Football League it's CFL Weekly, delivered by Domino's. Tune in every Tuesday evening across the TSN Radio Network for insider analysis, game predictions, fantasy football tips and interactive content.
 
Somos un grupo variado de personas, nuestro gusto por los juegos malos y el humor negro, nos ha tenido manteniendo contacto durante varios años ya. Con el fin de retratar de alguna forma las multiples conversaciones que tenemos a lo largo del día, se creó este experimento.
 
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Three weeks before the CFL’s loooooongest-ever preseason is over, and Rouge White & Blue CFL podcast co-hosts Os Davis and Joe Pritchard are looking forward to August with this episode’s preview of the five West division teams. The RWB has transaction roundups, pithy comments and fearless predictions aplenty about the West quintet from the stalwart…
 
Scott and Greg discuss with Joe Ziemba, noted author of When Football Was Football: The Chicago Cardinals and the Birth of the NFL and Cadets, Cannons and Legends: The Football History of Morgan Park Military Academy, the impact of Chicago in the formation of American professional football, and how it was the Cardinals and not the Bears who were th…
 
On the cusp of the long awaited 2021 CFL season, Scott and Greg sit down for a lengthy conversation with Canadian football legend, two time Grey Cup champion, author, hall of famer and all around great guy, Matt Dunigan. We talk about his long and storied career, his first years in Edmonton, his time in Toronto, and the challenges facing the league…
 
"We need to exemplify the history and tradition…making sure we're leaving this a better place, for the next generation." - Mike McCarthy. Legacy: 100 Seasons of the Green Bay Packers tells the remarkable story of the Packers, from the team's humble beginnings to its centennial season.
 
On what is our tenth interview show (remember, the first 55 Yard Line show was just Scott & Greg, so that doesn't count) on the Sports History Network and CFL America Radio, from Vancouver, Jim Mullin, the president of Football Canada, host of Gridiron Nation on TSN, and member of the Canadian Football Hall of Fame selection committee, joins us to …
 
"I can say to you sincerely…the best way for you to guarantee the current and future success of the Green Bay Packers is to build a new stadium." - George Halas, Chicago Bears Founder. Legacy: 100 Seasons of the Green Bay Packers tells the remarkable story of the Packers, from the team's humble beginnings to its centennial season.…
 
For those of us over a certain age, who have loved professional football, be it in Canada or America, we have come to it through two primary means- books and film. For those of who truly love books we have gained a deeper understanding of the game through the words and literary artistry of writers like Chris Willis, who is the resident historian at…
 
Narrated by Jack Fleming. They were perhaps the finest collection of football players ever to grace an NFL gridiron. In the 1970’s the Pittsburgh Steelers, with the fabled “Steel Curtain” defense, a powerful running attack and an electric passing game, rolled to four Super Bowl Championships. The best of the lot had to be the 1975 team that capped …
 
In this episode, Don Charabin from the Third Down Gamble podcast, and Rob Vanstone of the Regina Leader-Post join us and reminisce about growing up in the prairie towns of the province of Saskatchewan where one team symbolizes what makes the Canadian Football League so special. We recall the heroes of the game whom they idolized in the 60s and 70s,…
 
Narrated by Bob Trumpy. When you hear the name Paul Brown, you automatically think of a legend. Paul took the Cleveland Browns to success and he set out to do the same thing when he started the Cincinnati Bengals in 1968. After back to back four and twelve years, followed by a record of six and ten in 1980, die hard Bengal fans were wondering if th…
 
After two decades of being pro football's doormats the Denver Broncos of the "Orange Crush" fame capture their first championship and earn a chance to play in the Super Bowl. Featuring the exciting play-by-play action, highlights, and interviews of the Denver Broncos' 1977 Championship Season! In 1977, it all came together. The Broncos were the sen…
 
Narrated by Bill Mercer. It seemed they were forever the bridesmaid. They were continually coming up short in the championship games. That was until 1972 and now you can relive the magic of a group that became known as “America's Team”. In Super Bowl VI, the Cowboys crushed the Dolphins 24-3, in which they rushed for a record 252 yards and their de…
 
Believe it or not, we’ll be watching real professional Canadian football in less than a month, and Rouge White & Blue CFL podcast co-hosts Os Davis and Joe Pritchard are raring to go. On this episode of the RWB, Joe and Os pay their respects to the rumors of the proposed XFL/CFL merger, killed ignominiously this week by a short statement from the C…
 
Narrated by Chuck Thompson, Bill O'Donnell and Jim Karvellis. In 1968 the Colts put together one of the finest teams in the game's history. With a precision offense and violent defense the Colts stampeded to 13 victories and 1 defeat on the way to the NFL championship and a stunning loss to the New York Jets in Super Bowl III.…
 
The CFL has no luxury of a warm weather site, if you don't count BC Place. As a result, the CFL has been impacted by weather on numerous occasions, the most famous being the interruption of the 1962 Grey Cup that was suspended due to fog in the 4th quarter and continued the next day. Prior to floodlights being installed in most stadiums, games in t…
 
Narrated by Rick Weave, this audio documentary from the 1970s features a no-name defense, a quarterback who came off the bench, two running backs who rushed for 1000 yards each, all of which equated to a perfect 17-0 season. They made believers out of everybody. Relive the exciting story and highlights of that incredible season.…
 
25 years before their first Super Bowl championship, the 1976 New England Patriots came within an official’s call of what might have become postponed glory. Now you can relive that infamous 11-3 season as the New England Patriots, in America’s bicentennial year, give all they had in their quest to be called the NFL’s best.…
 
For our seventh episode on the Sports History Network, CFL fan and Grey Cup attendee Upton Bell, joins us. Upton is the former director of personnel of the Baltimore Colts, general manager of the New England Patriots, and owner of the New York Stars and Charlotte Hornets of the World Football League. After football, Upton transitioned into sports b…
 
When you think of the old Baltimore Colts, the first flashback that comes to mind are the black and white films with Johnny Unitas leading the team in the 1950’s. Then another thought stirs up images of Bert Jones, Lydell Mitchell and the mid 1970’s version with Head Coach Ted Marchibroda. You follow-up that thought with the green and yellow Mayflo…
 
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