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CFL Playoff Papers

Posted by David Minuk in Daily Papers,Grey Cup Finals on November 23, 2012 — No Comments

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CFL news:

Toronto Sun:  Argonauts Owens is CFL’s most outstanding player.

Calgary Herald:  Stampeders Cornish named CFL’s outstanding Canadian.

Winnipeg Sun:  Bombers Matthews CFL’s rookie of the year.

Edmonton Journal:  Eskimos J.C. Sherritt named CFL’s top defensive player.

Hamilton Spectator:  Tigercats Chris Williams runs away with CFL’s special-teams award.

Montreal Gazette:  Alouettes Brian Bratton accepts award with humility.

Vancouver Sun:  Lions’ Jovan Olafioye named recipient of CFL’s top lineman honour.

Grey Cup news:

Winnipeg Sun:  TV’s great, but Paul LaPolice misses sideline.

Toronto Sun:  Something for everyone at Grey Cup.

Calgary Stampeders news:

Calgary Sun:  Stamps cautious in practice, wear number-blocking pinnies .

Globe and Mail:  Stamps fans get their way: Marty the horse let into Royal York.

Globe and Mail:  Calgary fans vow to give Toronto western flavour for the Grey Cup.

Sportsnet:  Glenn savours chance for Grey Cup redemption.

Globe and Mail:  Calgary concludes practice, greets press.

Toronto Argonauts news:

Toronto Sun:  Belli battles flu bug.

Sportsnet:  Argos’ veterans relishing Grey Cup roles.

Toronto Sun:  Rempel the Argos’ overlooked Chad.

Toronto Sun:  Groom-to-be Brandon Isaac eyes two rings.

Toronto Sun:  Argos coach’s road to Grey Cup almost gambled away.

Toronto Star:  Argos tailback Kackert a ‘spark plug,’ serious ground threat.

Toronto Star:  Argos’ slumps this season made them a better team, Marcus Ball says.