Hamilton Tiger-Cats or Winnipeg Blue Bombers will end long Grey Cup drought
The Hamilton Tiger-Cats and Winnipeg Blue Bombers meet Sunday night in the 107th Grey Cup at McMahon Stadium in Calgary.One team, one city, one fanbase will be ecstatic after Sunday's 107th Grey Cup in Calgary while the other will be distraught.
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There is great news for football players in Manitoba who aspire to play in the CFL and maybe one day be a part of a Grey Cup championship team.
The Winnipeg Blue Bombers have launched the Pro Prep Football Academy for Manitoba players 14-18. It will be an all-encompassing off-season training program for younger players that will focus on skill development and strength training.
2019 Grey Cup MVP and Outstanding Canadian Player in the championship game, Andrew Harris will head up the Academy along with former U of M Bison linebacker DJ Lalama of the Montreal Alouettes.
The Grey Cup drought is over, easing a city's pain
During a remarkable fall when the Red River is running high, it's only fitting to see the end of the great drought in Winnipeg. The Blue Bombers have won a Grey Cup for the first time in 29 years, thanks to a 33-12 victory over an excellent Hamilton Tiger-Cats squad that most of the big brains in football expected to prolong the misery of the Winnipeg Football Club and its long, long-suffering fans.Most current Bombers had yet to take a breath in 1990, when 26-year-old quarterback Tom Burgess last led Winnipeg to a Canadian Football League championship. He's now 55.
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“This is an academy that focuses on the holistic student-athlete – not just the football player,” said Harris in a team news release. “Our goal is to help players develop fundamental skills and grow their football IQ while increasing their resilience, discipline and perseverance.”
“Andrew and I were born and raised in Winnipeg, and so was our affection for the game of football. We want to share our passion with the next generation of young, talented football players in this province,” said Lalama.
The Academy will start in January and wrap up in May and the agenda will include on-field position-specific training sessions and age-appropriate strength training sessions plus monthly guest speakers focused on leadership, nutrition, training your mind, study habits and preparing for university.
“Our mission is to change the football landscape in Manitoba by growing the next generation of student-athletes,” said Wade Miller Winnipeg Blue Bombers president.
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Grey Cup champion Blue Bombers extend contracts of coach and general manager .
WINNIPEG — The Winnipeg Blue Bombers are rewarding general manager Kyle Walters and head coach Mike O'Shea for helping the team win the Grey Cup last month. The CFL team says Walters' contract has been extended through the 2023 season while O'Shea's deal now runs through 2022. O'Shea has served as head coach for six years and guided the team to four straight double-digit win seasons. Walters has also been in his current role for six years. He had one year left on his deal while O'Shea was in the final year of his contract.