Saturday, November 10, 2018

TSN: Bridge To Start WSF

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TSN's Dave Naylor is reporting Zach Collaros will not dress for Sunday's Western semifinal game against the Winnipeg Blue Bombers meaning Brandon Bridge will get the start.

Collaros was removed from the Riders last regular season game on October 27th against B.C after he took a helmet-to-helmet hit late in the first quarter. While Collaros stayed in the game for a few plays, he left and did not return with Bridge finishing the contest. 

Collaros was made available to the media on Saturday, but while admitting he knew what his playing status was, he would not reveal anything.  Head Coach Chris Jones stayed non-committal as well saying they are preparing two quarterbacks to play.

Game time Sunday is 330 on TSN and 620 CKRM.


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Anonymous said...

So much for my optimism today!

Anonymous said...

Get a new starting QB for 2019 please

Anonymous said...

First quarter game kick off - WBB head coach O'Shea smiling ear to ear with Brandon Bridge in at qb for the Roughriders. He knows his team has a victory and heading to Calgary next week.

Anonymous said...

That was a pathetic game show today ....

talking about the Roughriders fanbase.

Thank you to one and all ... Saskatchewan Roughriders 2018 on field personnel, coaches, players.

Anonymous said...

SkRrs team purge;

Jeremy O'Day,
Steve McAdoo
Zack Collaros
Brandon Bridge
plus oft concussed, and assorted stragglers to be identified.
The 2019 CFL season clock starts now!
Mike Rielly, Kevin Glenn tandem where are you? You're wanted immediately at Sask.

"In Jones We Trust"

Anonymous said...

Poor Zach. He didn't feel right so he thought it would be best if he didn't play. Where was that when he had a concussion earlier this year and didn't tell anyone? Did he quit on this team?

There's a question for you and the rest of the crack Regina media to ask? Maybe McCormick can ask that instead of putting a picture of food on his social media, maybe Zerr can ask that and bat her eyes at the hunky quarterback or maybe one of the TV people can ask the question that needs to be asked.

I would say you and Pedersen could ask it, but you have your noses so far up Jones' ass, you would never do such a thing.

Anonymous said...

Commissioner Randy Ambrosie and the Canadian Football League along with its referee system personel just reinforced its image as a [AHHBL] Amateur Head Hunting Bush League for all to see on national television once again. Pathetic display of incompetence!