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RIDERS WIN! RIDERS WIN!
#41
(2016-10-14, 07:15 PM)cool_as_a Wrote:
(2016-10-14, 03:48 PM)MisterZ Wrote: Rye...

It was the Roughriders and the Rough Riders.

Clearly, there is a difference.

Silly

The difference is, one receives and one gives.

Well from all your comments here it's obvious you like to receive!
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#42
We will Receive, We will Receive!
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#43
(2016-10-14, 08:28 PM)duediligence Wrote:
(2016-10-14, 07:15 PM)cool_as_a Wrote:
(2016-10-14, 03:48 PM)MisterZ Wrote: Rye...

It was the Roughriders and the Rough Riders.

Clearly, there is a difference.

Silly

The difference is, one receives and one gives.

Well from all your comments here it's obvious you like to receive!

Tease....
"Fool me once......shame on......shame on you......Go fool me can't get fool again!"  -  George W. Bush
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#44
Yay! 4 in a row! Happy
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#45
7 years ago today Ken Miller cost this team the Grey Cup.
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#46
IIRC, the Riders had a large lead and the offense stopped moving the ball, while the defense started giving up ground to the Alouettes.

Saskatchewan had a long time to salt away the game and failed to do so.

No one person is to blame for that heartbreaker. It was a group effort.
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we don't talk about 2009.... Wink
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(2016-11-29, 09:26 PM)thebest41587 Wrote: 7 years ago today Ken Miller cost this team the Grey Cup.

The 13th Man, as it turned out, was the difference for the Roughriders in the end... Wink
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(2016-11-30, 06:49 AM)Moe Szyslak Wrote: IIRC, the Riders had a large lead and the offense stopped moving the ball, while the defense started giving up ground to the Alouettes.

Saskatchewan had a long time to salt away the game and failed to do so.

No one person is to blame for that heartbreaker.  It was a group effort.
True. But Ken Miller's decision not to take the single, and make them re-punt was ridiculously stupid when looking at game management.
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#50
Truthfully I have blocked out most of my memories from that game.

I honestly haven't watched a second of any of the replays, and the only plays that stick out to me were made in the last few seconds.
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