Henry Burris explains how the snowy weather is affecting the Argos and Stamps in the first half of the 105th Grey Cup, and takes a closer look at the performances of both quarterbacks.
GMC Professional Grade Playbook: Reilly explains what defines the Stamps' defence
Eskimos quarterback Mike Reilly joins Farhan Lalji to discuss what defines the Stampeders' defence and explains how tough it is to stay patient against what they like to do.
GMC Professional Grade Playbook: Matching opponents playoff intensity
With teams one win away from reaching the Grey Cup, Henry Burris explains why they must match their opponents intensity if they want to advance to the big game.
Grey Cup champion Henry Burris explains why ball security is crucial during the playoffs if you want your team to come away with crucial wins.
GMC Professional Grade Playbook: Keys to winning a West Semi-Final
Henry Burris explains why in the playoffs its key to limit your opponent's strengths.
GMC Professional Grade Playbook: Keys to winning a East Semi-Final
For the second consecutive season a West Division team will crossover. Three-time Grey Cup champion Henry Burris explains why the running game is key in the playoffs.
GMC Professional Grade Playbook: Saying good-bye to the game's greats
Henry Burris explains the process of veteran players stepping away from the game and says good-bye to greats Nik Lewis and John Bowman.
Henry Burris explains the crushing impact that turnovers have throughout a CFL game in this edition of the GMC Professional Grade Playbook.
GMC Professional Grade Playbook: The chess match of play calling
Play calling for an offence and defence is simply a game of chess, where coaching staff spend hours on film reviewing their opponents to understand their tendencies throughout the game. Henry Burris explains in this edition of the GMC Professional Grade Playbook.
GMC Professional Grade Playbook: Importance of scrambling
When a quarterback drops back to pass but has no receivers available, they need to have the ability to scramble to keep the play alive. Henry Burris explains why this is so important.