There’s no excuse whatsoever to not go to the Argos CFL games!

It was a sorry sight on TV this weekend at BMO Field. Today the Toronto Argonauts were playing their home opener of the Canadian Football League season against their fiercest rivals, the Hamilton Tiger-Cats. Except there was hardly anyone at this game! The attendance was a crummy 13,583! Folks, the Saskatchewan Rush lacrosse team regularly…

A few words on Toronto Argos attendance: I don’t get it!!!

   Read a story at the CBC website this week about the crummy attendance the Toronto Argonauts drew for their game against Ottawa this past weekend at Rogers Centre. It was a little over 14,000. This gate for one of the CFL’s most storied franchises, my friends, is sad.  What’s worse, this was a game…

The Toronto Argos are a mess on and off the field

What a mess for the Toronto Argonauts. Not only do they get hammered 37-9 by the Saskatchewan Roughriders, but their lineup is so depleted by injuries that I question whether they can win against anyone, anytime soon. Quarterback Ricky Ray was getting shelled by the Riders D. It was an ugly scene in Regina. On…

More thoughts on the CFL: Toronto fans, where the heck were you?!

The only thing more embarrassing than the Saskatchewan Roughriders’ 48-15 drubbing to the Toronto Argonauts was the lousy attendance at the game in Toronto. Only 17,700 showed up at the Rogers Centre, which is pretty bad. Seeing all those empty seats in the stadium on TSN was a sorry sight for the CFL. Now, granted, only…

ON THE GREY CUP GAME, AND TORONTO’S INVOLVEMENT IN IT

This weekend marks the 100th Grey Cup game, and the combatants in the annual West versus East matchup are the Calgary Stampeders and the Toronto Argonauts in Toronto. It’s the Stamps’ Kevin Glenn versus the Argos’ Ricky Ray. Already I am hearing about the festivities in Toronto and getting jealous about it all, wishing I was…