7 Results for tag: Saskatchewan Roughrider Alumni Association
Local product Rob Bresciani has become a very accomplished businessman since leaving the CFL. Bresciani has owned and operated a variety of successful businesses including Applause Dinner Theater (20 years), Sommerville Safe and Lock (10 years) and Winchester Management (15 years)
“I have slowed down a little do some commercial real estate develo...
By Mark Malone, Chatham Daily News
Friday, July 7, 2017
Brothers Dan and John Comiskey played one season together on the Edmonton Eskimos' offensive line.
They'll be reunited in the Chatham Sports Hall of Fame after both former CFLers were named to the Class of 2017 in the athlete-modern category Thursday.
Hockey player Brian Hind ...
June 27th, 2017
They call him royalty.
If you ever need to gauge just how much George Reed means to the province of Saskatchewan and the army of fans that follow the Saskatchewan Roughriders across the country, think about how often you’ve read or heard the word ‘royalty’ attached to his name.
Reed, a ...
George Reed is one of the all-time great running backs to ever play in the CFL. After starring at Washington State, Reed ventured north to the Saskatchewan Roughriders with college teammate Hugh Campbell.
Reed played his entire 13-year professional football career for the Roughriders and his #34 jersey has been retired by the club.
In 203 regular ...
Ian Hamilton- Senior Reporter
May 3, 2017
When Wes Cates began his CFL career in 2006, he never thought he one day would be inducted into the Saskatchewan Roughriders’ Plaza of Honour.
That’s because he never thought he’d ever be a member of the Saskatchewan Roughriders.
“When I was with the Stamps, I had some vets ...
His CFL career was nothing short of sensational. As many CFL fans will attest, it was a pleasure to watch Geroy Simon make his Superman pose in the end zone after scoring a touchdown.
Following a stellar college career at the University of Maryland where he finished second in all-time receiving for catches and (185) and receiving yards (2,059), ...
Obituary of Terry Bulych
TERRY STEPHEN BULYCH
Terry, born in Foam Lake, SK on September 27, 1950, passed away peacefully, surrounded by loved ones, on Sunday, April 23, 2017. He was predeceased by his father Nick; and brother Larry. Terry is survived by his mother Olga Bulych; children, Mason, Mackenzie, and Damon; best friend and partner Bobbie ...