Who Won the 1951
CFL Grey Cup

Ottawa Rough Riders

Saskatchewan Roughriders

21

14

1950 CFL Grey Cup Winner
1952  Winner

1951 CFL Grey Cup Videos

1951 CFL Grey Cup Photos

Ottawa Rough Riders News

1951 CFL Grey Cup Winner Ottawa Rough Riders News

Today in History

National Post
In 1993, Tom Burgess tossed three touchdown passes, and Wayne Walker scored twice as the Ottawa Rough Riders spoiled the debut of the CFL's first American-based team, beating the Sacramento Gold Miners 32-23. In 1994, Charles Comfort, a leading ...

1951 CFL Grey Cup Winner Ottawa Rough Riders News

Alouettes edge Roughriders 17-16 in season opener

Montreal Gazette
The Saskatchewan Roughriders' placekicker, who had made three field goals to that point, missed to the right from 45 yards on the final play of the game, allowing the Alouettes to escape with a 17-16 victory in the regular-season opening game before 20 ...

1951 CFL Grey Cup Winner Ottawa Rough Riders News

Wait continues for the next Canadian-born starting quarterback in the CFL

Toronto Star
Jackson, 80, retired in 1969 after leading the Ottawa Rough Riders to a second straight Grey Cup title and the third of his illustrious 12-year career. The Hamilton native was inducted into the Canadian Football Hall of Fame in 1973 and is regarded as ...




1951 CFL Grey Cup Winner Ottawa Rough Riders News

Wait for next Canadian starting QB continues

Orangeville Banner
Former Ottawa Rough Riders football player Tony Gabriel, right, and Russ Jackson celebrate on stage after the new logo and name, the RedBlacks, are announced for the new Ottawa CFL franchise in Ottawa on Saturday, June 8, 2013. Almost 50 years after ...

Saskatchewan Roughriders News

1951 CFL Grey Cup Loser Saskatchewan Roughriders News

Roughriders ready for Canada Day kickoff

Regina Leader-Post
The Saskatchewan Roughriders are preparing for their second debut game at Mosaic Stadium. In a June 10 test event at the new facility, the Roughriders registered a 25-25 CFL exhibition tie with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers — who will also visit Regina on ...

1951 CFL Grey Cup Loser Saskatchewan Roughriders News

Roughriders excited to finally have state-of-the-art facilities

Regina Leader-Post
Having said that, the Saskatchewan Roughriders' veteran receiver knows it will take more than perks to make the team's new home special. “It really does look like it dropped down from the sky and landed in Regina,'' said Bagg, who is entering his ninth ...

1951 CFL Grey Cup Loser Saskatchewan Roughriders News

Stadium amenities should substantially upgrade experience for Roughriders fans

Regina Leader-Post
“It will be different right from when you're walking up to the building,” Schmidt, a fan of the Saskatchewan Roughriders, said before leading into the stadium's four gates and 360-degree concourse which will allow fans to access their seat from any gate.


1951 CFL Grey Cup Loser Saskatchewan Roughriders News

Roughriders couldn't close out the opener

Regina Leader-Post
CHAOS-BURNED-THE-CLOCK — During the Saskatchewan Roughriders' protracted Reign of Error, Regina Leader-Post legend Bob Hughes conventionally began his classic columns with a “Chaos-By-The-Creek” placeline. In honour of Mr. Hughes, I would ...



 -

Ottawa Rough Riders Tweets

Saskatchewan Roughriders Tweets



5 stars - based on 375 reviews