Suitor: Quarterback coaches should be mandatory in CFL

What do Bo Levi Mitchell, Drew Willy, and Zach Collaros all have in common, other than the fact that all won their first start in 2013 despite having very little experience? They all play on teams that have a former CFL quarterback on their coaching staffs. Quarterback coaches should be mandatory in football, and it has to be someone who played in the league. ...more

Suitor: Calvillo, Alouettes adjusting to new system

For the first four weeks of the regular season, the Montreal Alouettes - led by arguably the greatest quarterback in CFL history - struggled badly offensively. And as Glen Suitor writes, it remains to be seen how long it will take for everyone to learn the new way of thinking under head coach Dan Hawkins and offensive coordinator Mike Miller. ...more

Suitor: Parity rules over first two weeks of CFL campaign

After the first two weeks of the regular season in the CFL, parity seems to be the word to best describe what has unfolded. The Saskatchewan Roughriders are the only 2-0 team, and the Tiger-Cats are the only 0-2 team but could easily have been in the .500 club if not for a dropped screen pass in the second-to-last play of Week 1 versus the Argos. ...more

Suitor: Burris to benefit from experience of coach Austin

Prior to his current job as the head coach of the Tiger-Cats, Kent Austin, a former all-star quarterback himself, has had two other opportunities to work closely with QB's in the CFL, and on both occasions, those pivots were named the league's Outstanding Player. Now Henry Burris has a chance to learn from Austin with the Ticats. TSN's Glen Suitor has more. ...more

Suitor: Reilly, Nichols in battle to be Eskimos' top QB

There are many great battles currently going on in CFL training camps, but none more intriguing or more important to an organization, than the competition at quarterback for the Edmonton Eskimos. TSN's Glen Suitor has the latest on who will be taking the snaps in the Alberta capital. ...more

Suitor: Lions' trade of Simon a difference of opinion

Trading a popular player is one thing but moving a franchise player is a whole different beast. Geroy Simon and the B.C. Lions have mutually agreed to part ways, and as TSN's Glen Suitor writes, the trade comes down to a difference of opinion. ...more

Suitor: A historic year in the Canadian Football League

It was a historic year in the CFL. Records fell, Canadian-born athletes excelled, and the Grey Cup was handed out for the 100th time in a city that wasn't supposed to care and yet delivered one of the best festivals in the leagues history. Glen Suitor has more. ...more

Suitor: Lions didn't lose Western Final, Stampeders won it

If the Western Final reminded us of anything, it was that in football, which is the ultimate team sport, it is not necessarily the best players that win, but the best team. And the Eastern Final was not about mistakes but about big plays. TSN's Glen Suitor has more. ...more

Suitor: The importance of playing the game tough and clean

With the 100th Grey Cup Playoffs upon us, it's the time of year where the physical intensity on the field is turned up a few notches. To win in the playoffs you need toughness, so this is the perfect time to be clear on what is and is not tough. Glen Suitor has more. ...more

Suitor: The true meaning of The 13th Man

Engraved on a Nation: The 13th Man will bring up some memories that have not been easy to bury for Rider fans, but it is the perfect backdrop to explore the relationship between a province and their football team. TSN analyst and former Saskatchewan Roughrider Glen Suitor has more. ...more

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