Second week without Redblacks football, what to look forward to this off-season

The Redblacks season may have ended on November 1st after the last regular season game against Montreal, but as Redblacks fans the season should never end. Throughout the calendar year, there are so many things to keep tabs on as football fans, and for Redblacks fans, we’ve been extra busy keeping tabs on the team’s news. The Redblacks season is finished, but we still have … Continue reading Second week without Redblacks football, what to look forward to this off-season

Former Redblacks light it up in Grey Cup Playoffs

On November 10th, the 2019 Grey Cup Playoffs had begun. To begin, the bracket gave both Saskatchewan and Hamilton bye weeks as they would be playing the winners of the Semi-Final round. In the semi-final round, we saw Winnipeg and Calgary fight it out in the west, while Edmonton crossed over to the east to play Montreal and both games brought light to former Redblack … Continue reading Former Redblacks light it up in Grey Cup Playoffs

Scott MacDonell looks back at his time in Ottawa, and what’s next for him

In the 2014 CFL draft, Scott MacDonell was selected to play for the Ottawa Redblacks. The Montreal native was hoping to repeat what he did at Queens, but the rookies goals came behind the team’s as they were looking to gain attention after the city’s disappearance from football. The 2014 season was Ottawa’s first time an Ottawa football team stepped field since 2006, when the … Continue reading Scott MacDonell looks back at his time in Ottawa, and what’s next for him

Highlighting the month of September: “The Pals” re-unite in Ottawa… sort of

Interviews with both Danny O’Brien and Trevor Harris below In the month of September, the Redblacks played 4 games, and 3 of them were at TD Place. After coming off a 2-0 start to the season, the Redblacks have fallen to 3-11, losing 11 of the past 12 games. In those losses, it wasn’t easy to find bright spots, although there were many of them. … Continue reading Highlighting the month of September: “The Pals” re-unite in Ottawa… sort of