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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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The 2021 CFL season gets ever knottier, but the Rouge White & Blue Podcast has even more on the agenda than playoff scenarios – though the RWB’s got those, too. RWB co-hosts Os Davis and Joe Pritchard touch on any number of topics this week, including the resignation of the incomparable Rod Black from TSN and thus CFL game broadcasts, and the conti…
 
In the episode Scott and Greg sit down with noted professional football historian Michael MacCambridge, whose award-winning book "America’s Game: The Epic Story of How Pro Football Captured A Nation" is widely considered the definitive modern history of pro football in America. We discuss his current book, which is devoted to professional football …
 
We preview Week 8 of the CFL season, REDBLACKS Sign Former Steelers QB Devlin “Duck” Hodges, Toronto Argonauts Officially Hire Chris Jones As Defensive Consultant and latest CFL News. Mark makes his game picks, fantasy, and DFS. We look at TV Ratings, and injury news. Plus, your social media and our contest for a CFL hoody is still going on. Show n…
 
Earlier than usual does the Rouge White & Blue podcast get to delve into CFL playoff scenarios, and this week co-host Joe Pritchard presents us with such scenarios. Well, scenario (singular), really… Beyond this, Joe and RWB co-host Os Davis have much to discuss with regard to CFL week 10, the upcoming week 11 and what went down in Edmonton Elks la…
 
On this episode of the Rouge White & Blue podcast, things begin with a diversion into CFL past, specifically co-host Joe Prtichard’s current task in recreating the 1982 and ’86 CFL seasons for the Plaay.com tabletop format. Fellow tabletop enthusiast, sports history junkie and RWB co-host geeks out with Joe on the intricacies of sports board gaming…
 
CFL fans waited so long for resumption of play after Covid-19 settled in worldwide, and now the “new” season of Canadian football is halfway over. And so this week on the Rouge White & Blue CFL Podcast, co-hosts Os Davis and Joe Pritchard take stock of whether the CFL playoff picture is essentially already set. We’ve also got other questions to con…
 
Since the 2019 season ended, CFL fans have been concerned with the state of the league financially – but should we have been more worried about the actual quality of play? Rouge White & Blue Podcast co-hosts Joe Pritchard and Os Davis welcome onto the show Mike Graham of the Hamilton Ticats-centric podcast Pod Skee Wee Wee to discuss the current st…
 
We preview Week 7 of the CFL season, Tiger-Cats QB Dane Evans Out 4-6 Weeks With Injury, Ten Players Revealed From Each CFL Teams’ Negotiation List, Argonauts DC Glen Young leaves Team and more. Mark makes his game picks, fantasy, and DFS. We look at TV Ratings, and injury news. Plus, your social media and our contest for a CFL hoody is still going…
 
The Winnipeg Blue Bombers again won decisively last weekend, and Rouge White & Blue CFL Podcast co-host Joe Pritchard is freely willing to admit their insufferable awesomeness as long as the Ws keep coming. Together with RWB co-host Os Davis, Joe offers insight into last week’s games involving the Bombers and those other seven teams who played – th…
 
Halfway through the 1971 season, the Dallas Cowboys had every reason to be worried. A quarterback controversy brewed between Craig Morton and Roger Staubach. A contract dispute had brought star running back Duane Thomas to a vow of silence. Making matters worse was a 38-0 beating by the St. Louis Cardinals. It seemed certain that the team that "cou…
 
When originally uploaded, this episode got hit with some voodoo curse, resulting in some poor audio quality. This is the correct, full version of that episode. With about one-third of the 2021 Canadian Football League season’s 63 regular-season games completed, Rouge White & Blue CFL Podcast co-hosts Os Davis and Joe Pritchard take stock of what th…
 
By any other standard, it was a season of triumph. Eleven regular season wins, two more in the playoffs, and then the crowning glory of victory in Super Bowl V. But for the 1970 Baltimore Colts, the victory remained in the shadow of a devastating defeat - their crushing upset loss to the Jets two years earlier in Super Bowl III. America's Game reli…
 
They entered Super Bowl IV as 13-point underdogs. But the 1969 Kansas City Chiefs' decisive victory over the Minnesota Vikings put to rest any questions as to whether the fledgling American Football League could compete against the established NFL. It also validated the careers of five future Hall of Fame players and their flamboyant head coach Han…
 
We preview Week 6 of the CFL season, explain to American fans what is the Banjo Bowl and recap is everything from Week 5. Mark makes his picks on games, fantasy, and DFS. We look at TV Ratings, the latest news. Plus, your social media and our contest for a CFL hoody is still going on. Show notes: https://cflnewshub.com/podcast/show-9/ Message info@…
 
Prior to the 1968 season, the AFL was considered a minor league compared to the more established NFL. The league had already lost Super Bowls I and II. So the success of the New York Jets, and their quarterback, Joe Namath, could not have come at a better moment. Namath, who had a quick release and charisma to burn, piloted a Jets offense that set …
 
The Green Bay Packers have long been one of the most celebrated franchises in football history, and this documentary focuses on one of the team's greatest seasons. The 1967-1968 squad had one of the most memorable post-seasons in NFL history including the epic "Ice Bowl" victory over the Dallas Cowboys. Players from that team offer their memories a…
 
This episode chronicles the first team to win a Super Bowl, the 1966 Green Bay Packers, led by legendary head coach Vince Lombardi and quarterback Bart Starr. The Green Bay Packers were rated as the 6th greatest Super Bowl winning team by a Blue Ribbon panel of experts.
 
The team credo of the 1969 Minnesota Vikings was "40 for 60." In extreme cold with no heaters, in wins, in losses, all 40 members of the team gave it their all for all 60 minutes of the game. The 1969 Vikings, known for their "Purple People Eaters" defensive line and 12 consecutive victories set a record for consecutive wins and defeated the Clevel…
 
Larry Csonka, the late Jim Kiick, and Mercury Morris are still remembered for achieving something that no other NFL team ever has: Perfection. These three running backs were a part of what is still seen in history as the best football team of all time: the 1972 Miami Dolphins. “We did one thing: we hit perfection. When you become a definition, not …
 
The documentary primarily focuses on two ex-players: Jim Otto and Roger Stillwell. Otto was a star center for the Oakland Raiders during the 1960s and 1970s. On the surface, his story seems to represent all that is right about pro football; after a long career he was elected to the NFL’s Hall of Fame and then enjoyed great business success as a res…
 
Aaron Rodgers drops in the draft while waiting in the Green Room, while former New York Giants general manager Ernie Accorsi enjoys his best draft ever. Features interviews with Aaron Rodgers, Justin Tuck, Mike McCarthy, Bill Polian, Cadillac Williams, Ronnie Brown and more.
 
We preview Labour Day Weekend in the CFL and recap everything from Week 4. Mark makes his picks on games, fantasy, and DFS. We look at TV Ratings, the latest news. Plus, your social media and our contest, winner gets a CFL hoody. Show notes: https://cflnewshub.com/podcast/show-8/ Message info@cflnewshub.com to be part of the show.…
 
A shortened week 4 it was, but Rouge White & Blue CFL Podcast co-hosts Os Davis and Joe Pritchard have more than enough substance to talk about from the three games played in the Canadian Football League last week. The RWB discusses the mediocre to disappointing performances of Hamilton Tiger-Cats at Montreal Alouettes, the deficiencies and lotsa k…
 
When number one overall pick Eli Manning refuses to play for the San Diego Chargers, it triggers the biggest showdown between an organization and player in two decades and alters the fortunes of quarterbacks Philip Rivers and Ben Roethlisberger. Additionally, the University of Miami (FL) sets an NFL record for most first-round selections with six. …
 
Despite wowing at the NFL Scouting Combine, workout warrior Mike Mamula struggles on the field. Highly-touted running back Kijana Carter has a disappointing career, while draft afterthoughts Terrell Davis and Curtis Martin become stars. Features interviews with Tom Coughlin, Tony Dungy, Derrick Brooks, Curtis Martin, Terrell Davis, Kijana Carter an…
 
Against the backdrop of highly-touted quarterbacks Trent Dilfer and Heath Shuler jockeying for position, a verbal on-air spat between ESPN’s Mel Kiper, Jr. and Indianapolis Colts general manager Bill Tobin, and the NFL becoming a year-round sport, the NFL Draft becomes the must-see event it is today. Additionally, players such as Kurt Warner, Rod S…
 
Bill Walsh trades up with the New England Patriots and lands wide receiver Jerry Rice. But was that the original plan? For the first time, former Cincinnati Bengals head coach Sam Wyche reveals Walsh’s frantic efforts to trade for the top-billed receiver in the draft, Eddie Brown, while Bernie Kosar stuns the world by entering the supplemental draf…
 
Engaged in a bidding war with the USFL, the 1984 NFL Draft takes place in one marathon day after the USFL Draft had concluded. Future Hall of Famers Reggie White and Steve Young signed with the USFL, while Boomer Esiason fell to the second round of the NFL Draft after saying he did not want to play in the USFL. Additionally, the first overall pick …
 
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