Archive for August, 2007

2007 August Segment Winners Announced

Friday, August 31st, 2007 by Jon

The winners of the August segment for the CFL contests were announced earlier today.

  • The August segment winner of the 2007 CFL Pool is Davin Bulldogs, coached by Brent Gessner, with 59 points.
  • The August segment winner of the 2007 CFL Hi-Lo Challenge is Davin Bulldogs (no relation), coached by Brent Gessner (same guy), with 38 points.
  • The August segment winner of the 2007 CFL Start ‘em, Sit ‘em Draft is CFL4ever, coached by Bill Maguire, with 3341 points. (Three monthly wins in a row and you are banned for a year, Bill.)

Prizes this month will be announced shortly (see update below). Winners should get in touch with me to claim their prize. Thanks to all participants and good luck the rest of the way.

Update: August winners will receive $5 Blockbuster Video gift cards.

CFL Shocker!

Sunday, August 19th, 2007 by Jon

This is a quick post to address a couple CFL events the past 24 hours. A Hamilton-Saskatchewan trade needs some analysing and the CBC needs to make explanations for its lack of CFL coverage once again.
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2007 July Segment Winners Announced

Friday, August 17th, 2007 by Jon

Finally! I have made a decision regarding monthly prizes for all contests this year. Thanks to everyone for their input. The decision is we will have different prizes each month. For the month of July the prizes will be $5 movie gift certificates.

Now on to the ceremony.

  • The July segment winner of the 2007 CFL Pool is BigMc_is_back, coached by Grant McKinnon, with 119 points.
  • The July segment winner of the 2007 CFL Hi-Lo Challenge is Vote Quimby, coached by Jim Fedyk, with 72 points.
  • The July segment winner of the 2007 CFL Start ’em, Sit ’em Draft is CFL4ever, coached by Bill Maguire, with 3604 points.

Winners should get in touch with me to claim their prize. Thanks to all participants and good luck the rest of the way.

OC Jottings

No jottings in the last 7 days. Here is a random jotting.

  • April 3, 2007
    Bomber “Watchdog” Wants to Put Bite on Stadium Process → A voice of opposition to a new stadium comes out. Happens every time. I’m far from being for new stadiums being built with public money at the drop of a hat, but there are some who would say the current facilities are good enough even if it was only a pile of rubble. #
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