CFL Sounds of the Game: East/West Finals
TSN.ca has your sideline pass as we take you down to the field and get you up close and personal to the best sounds from the CFL's East and West Finals.
Grey Cup: How do the Ticats contain Cornish?
The Eskimos weren't successful in stopping Jon Cornish, so should the Tiger-Cats try something different against him, or stick with their gameplan that saw them lead the CFL in run defence? The CFL on TSN panel gives their take.
Grey Cup: Banks the X-Factor for Tiger-Cats
Brandon Banks single-handedly swung the East Final in the Ticats' favour with two punt return touchdowns, and he'll be looking for a repeat record-setting performance at the 102nd Grey Cup. Jermain Franklin has more.
Grey Cup: Stampeders season rewind
The Stampeders made their Grey Cup intentions known very early in the season, playing arguably the most consistent football throughout the year, despite missing Jon Cornish for a good stretch of time. Revisit their season-long journey to the Grey Cup.
Grey Cup: Tiger-Cats season rewind
After stuttering to a 1-6 start, the Tiger-Cats had to dig deep to make an incredible turnaround which ultimately led them to their second consecutive Grey Cup appearance. Have a look back at the best and worst from their up and down season.
Grey Cup: Head coaches news conference
Kent Austin and John Hufnagel discuss their journeys to the Grey Cup, the advantages they have being the coach and GM of their teams, the factor the crowd will play, why their young QBs are ready for the big stage, facing off against each other, and much more.
Grey Cup: Impact of Grey Cup on Hufnagel and Austin
What will happen to the legacies of John Hufnagel and Kent Austin should they win or lose on Sunday? Gary Lawless and Matthew Scianitti weigh in.
Grey Cup: Takeaways from coaches newser
Rod Smith, Jock Climie and Matt Dunigan explain what they took away from the coaches news conference and discuss what separates John Hufnagel and Kent Austin as elite leaders.
This Day in Grey Cup History - Nov. 27th
While patriotism is generally on display during the Grey Cup, the fans at BC Place took it to another level on November 27th, 1994. For the first time ever, an American based team would compete for the biggest prize in Canadian football.
CFL in 30: Divisional Championships
Relive all of the best moments from the CFL Divisional Championships, including the Tiger-Cats fending off the Alouettes to book spot in their second straight Grey Cup, and the Stampeders destroying the Eskimos en route to punching their ticket to the big game.
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