Labour Day switch......?

The CFL schedule was released yesterday and they are switching up some Labour Day games.

BC will play Toronto and Hamilton will play Montreal. Cohon said it was because of Roger Centre scheduling but it seems awfully suspicisious that Braley's teams just happened to match up for Labour Day.

What are your thoughts?

http://www.cfl.ca/schedule/year/2011/time_zone/0

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  • CM
    Lv 6
    9 years ago
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    Who the heck comes up with these schedules. Doesn't take much thinking to have some excitement surrounding the start of the year.

    As in last year, what a way to start the season off with a 'Grey Cup' rematch. Did you forget the number of viewers that watched this game last year and the outcome? This should be done every year I think.

    And as far as Labour day. What more Rivalry can you get to have the two Ontario teams going head to head??? But noooo, we'll send the Lions to Toronto and have the Ti-Cats play Montreal. No Rivalry there. I mean I understand why they have to do this, but I'm sure Southern Ontario would rather see a classical Argos vs Ti-Cats than a Blue Jays game.

    And WHO picks these Scotiabank Touchdown Atlantic games???? There again, why not have that game the Grey Cup Rematch???

    And Calgary being featured in the 'Hall of Fame Game' aswell as the 'Scotiabank Touchdown Atlantic Game'. Idiotic I think. What master mind came up with this. I think the fans or the people in Atlantic Canada should have a vote on the matchups they would like to see for one thing!

    Come on, lets put a little thought into this CFL brass!! You could make this an even more exciting league.

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  • 9 years ago

    Reeks of ******** but what do you expect when a 8 team league has 2 teams owned by the same guy.

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  • 9 years ago

    BC vs Toronto will be a good game.

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