ESPN Classic brings fans some of the greatest Grey Cup match-ups in CFL history with Grey Cup Revisited beginning Friday in celebration of the 100th Grey Cup. Over nine days, ESPN Classic has more than 62 hours of 32 of the greatest Grey Cup games ever played.
Grey Cup Revisited kicks off with a trip back to 1950 in Toronto as the Argonauts clash with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers in the classic Mud Bowl today at 7pm et/4pm pt.
Other highlights include Doug Flutie and Alan Pitts leading the Calgary Stampeders to victory in the 1992 Grey Cup against the Winnipeg Blue Bombers on Tuesday at 9pm et/6pm pt, and the unforgettable heart-wrenching loss for the Saskatchewan Roughriders in the 2009 Grey Cup to the Montreal Allouettes on Saturday, Nov. 24 at 6pm et/3pm pt.
ESPN Classic also brings football fans encore presentations of the critically acclaimed documentary series, Engraved on a Nation, Monday through to Thursday at 6pm et/3pm pt and 11pm et/8pm pt.
In addition to Grey Cup Revisited, ESPN Classic will be on location in Toronto next week joining the Canadian Football Hall of Fame and Museum's exhibit, the Scotiabank Football Experience in celebration of the 100th Grey Cup and as part of the 100th Grey Cup Festival's Scotiabank Fan Zone. ESPN Classic will showcase classic CFL games at the popular exhibit.
The Scotiabank Football Experience at the Scotiabank Fan Zone runs from Thursday to Grey Cup day at the Toronto Metro Convention Centre in downtown Toronto.