The Argos and Tiger-Cats face off in Toronto on Friday night in a crucial battle for second place in the East Division.
[audio:http://www.torontoobserver.ca/wp-content/uploads/2010/09/flowers_york_podcast.mp3|titles=flowers_york_podcast] Few Canadian universities have struggled to put together a winning football team quite like the York Lions. Cross-town rival University of Toronto comes close, at least in recent memory, but it can at least boast of having a more storied history. The Varsity Blues have won 25 Ontario championships since 1898, the most recent […]
The Toronto Argonauts take the field Sunday without a key player, but the addition of some familiar faces to the roster may help fill the void.
[audio:http://www.torontoobserver.ca/wp-content/uploads/2010/09/rod_foley_podcast.mp3|titles=rod_foley_podcast]Ricky Foley’s athleticism extends well beyond the football field. His ability to do 180-degree flips is almost something out of a circus act, but it has nothing to do with his on-field abilities. The pride of the B.C. Lions, no, wait, Toronto Argonauts, epitomizes what many athletes of today have put their respective franchises through: an […]
Sean Whyte kicked five field goals as the B.C. Lions edged the Toronto Argos 23-17 on Saturday night, giving coach Wally Buono his CFL record 232nd win.