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Mitchell Blair

He may not always 'Bleed Green', but he's always brutally honest - never afraid to speak his mind. Mitchell is passionate about the game, and after covering the team since he was old enough to hold a microphone, he's now hangs out with Drew Remenda every night getting paid to do what he's become so good at... having an opinion.

He's Back, He's Ready and He Says He's A Changed Man!!

7:28 minutes (3.42 MB)

Henry Burris is more than ready to try and silence the Rider Nation and ruin their holiday weekend.

Will Mother Nature Co-Operate

3:38 minutes (1.67 MB)

What type of conditions do you the fans have to endure while cheering on your Riders. On Friday, I asked the best person possible  to give out the answer. Without further adieu, here's CTV Regina's weather specialist Angel Blair

Mark Lee Says "Take The Riders"

4:49 minutes (2.21 MB)

I had the opportunity to sit down with the voice of the CFL on CBC--Mark Lee.  He talks about tomorrow's game --a game in which he sees the Riders winning---and what it will be like doing their last game for quite a while from Taylor Field seeing the league's contract with CBC is over at the end of the year.


3:31 minutes (1.21 MB)

The Rider Nation is scared of the secondary and whether or not Henry Burris can expose it Sunday afternoon. The leader of that secondary tries to calm the fears somewhat. Here's Eddie Davis.....

Diffusing The Hype

3:08 minutes (1.08 MB)

Scott Schultz knows how big Sunday's game is but he says they can't get drawn into the hype....

The Final Sunday Will See

So Thats What It Was Like

Do you remember the 1988 Western semi-final. Were you in Taylor Field the day the Lions beat the Riders in what had been the first playoff game in Regina in a number of years. If you were there or even if you weren't, you can now see that 1988 game on ESPN Classic. The network will air the game November 17 at 3 PM Saskatchewan time with a replay November 18 at 3 AM. Hopefully the 2007 game is better than the 88 one if you know what I mean......and I think you do!!!

A Little Pep Talk From the GM

13:07 minutes (4.51 MB)

Eric Tillman is confident that Saturday's performance against the Argos was an aberration and that the real Riders return Sunday in the Western semi-final. He discusses that and whether or not the team has exceeded expectations while visiting with us on the Drew Remenda Sports Show Tuesday night.....

Time Change

You have waited 19 years for it so what's another 30 minutes. The CFL announcing today that it is changing the start times of both the Eastern and Western semi-final because of Remembrance Day ceremonies. The Montreal-Winnipeg game will start at 1 o'clock Regina time with the Stampeders-Riders game now starting at 4 instead of the scheduled time of 330. The reason for the change is people in Manitoba were upset that the start of the game would disrupt Remembrance Day ceremonies in Winnipeg that start at 11.

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