A third of the way through the season; the Riders are 2-4 and hanging on to fifth place in the west. By the time the Banjo Bowl rolls around in just over a month, their season will, for all intents and purposes, be over.
When the Rider media feel free to mock Rider fans following a Rider win, you have to wonder about their medication and why it isn’t working.
In general, where your club goes, your weight should follow. On the backswing, your weight should shift to your back foot, helping to create a proper, balanced turn.
The thin shot is almost always a mistake that stems from an issue with your posture.
This week will be an interesting one for the Saskatchewan Roughriders.
The demands of our busy lives can lead us to neglect our own health and overtime, result in reduced energy, mood and immunity, thereby ‘aging’ us more quickly.
Increasingly, I have noticed that the art of debate is starting to lose its footing. I blame social media.
So the Riders go into the bye week with a 37-20 win over the Hamilton Tiger-Cats which raised the question of whether or not Hamilton Head Coach and GM Kent Austin has lost his locker room.