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Buono Post | June 16

18 hours ago | Matt Baker
Head coach Wally Buono reminds everyone that winning isn’t easy and he expected the Alouettes to give them a good test. He saluted his defence in the 22-10 win on Saturday.

Recap: BC 22, Montreal 10

18 hours ago | Matt Baker
The Lions won their opening game of the season and handed Montreal a franchise record 12-straight loss dating back to last season

Jennings Post | June 16

18 hours ago | Matt Baker
Lions quarterback Jonathon Jennings speaks with Lions TV following the 22-10 win over Montreal. Jennings completed 20 of 24 passes for 183 yards and two touchdowns.

Post Game 1 on 1 | Shaq Johnson

19 hours ago | Matt Baker
Shaq Johnson breaks down the victory and his big first quarter touchdown with Lions TV.

All Access Game Balls | June 8 vs. Montreal

19 hours ago | Matt Baker
Go INSIDE the locker room following the week one victory over Montreal! All Access, presented by Bosa Construction!

ROAR Report: Lions prevail in defensive battle over Alouettes

19 hours ago | Matt Baker
It wasn’t an oil painting, but at the end of the night, no members of the BC Lions will apologize. Jonathon Jennings threw for two touchdowns and an opportunistic defence lived up to its ...

Peters’ Pick Sets Up Jennings’ Second TD Pass

20 hours ago |
Garry Peters’ first-career interception late in the 4th set up Jonathon Jennings for his second passing touchdown of the game

Province Keys To The Game With Matt Baker

June 16, 2018 | Matt Baker
Matt Baker from bclions.com has tonight’s three keys to the game, presented by The Province. It should be a great night at BC Place as we open our season against Montreal!

Jeremiah Pre-Game | “We have to control the tempo.”

June 15, 2018 | Matt Baker
Running back Jeremiah Johnson is excited to start a new season on a winning note and says it won’t be easy against a hungry Alouettes squad.

Elimimian Pre-Game | “Big plays. That’s what we want.”

June 15, 2018 | Matt Baker
Linebacker Solomon Elimimian says the big play defence is anxious to prove they belong this season. Number 56 is excited to get going for real on Saturday.

Buono Pre-Game | “Expectations are high internally.”

June 15, 2018 | Matt Baker
Wally Buono looks ahead to the final regular season opener of his career. The CFL all-time wins leader says the focus will remain on the team, not him.

Game Preview | Lions Host Alouettes

June 15, 2018 | Matt Baker
Gabe Knapton won’t sugar coat it: he wants to show the other guys they made a mistake. Two days after his trade from the Montreal Alouettes for wide receiver Chris Williams saw the release ...

Preview: Montreal at BC wk. 1

June 15, 2018 | Matt Baker
After a pair of disappointing seasons, the Alouettes and Lions both look to rebound in 2018, starting with their first matchup Saturday night.

The Final Chapter Begins

June 14, 2018 | digitalteam
“Somebody’s going to win a Grey Cup. Why can’t it be you?” Coach Buono talks to his team before embarking on his final CFL season.

Father’s Day Flash Sale!

June 13, 2018 | digitalteam

Wally Wednesdays | Recalling the crazy Ice Bowl of 1977

June 13, 2018 | Matt Baker
In our first episode of Wally Wednesdays, presented by AMACON, coach Buono shares his stories of the 1977 Ice Bowl and what it was like playing in Montreal during such a great era in sports for ...

Wally Wednesdays | Recalling the crazy Ice Bowl of 1977

June 13, 2018 |
In our first episode of Wally Wednesdays, presented by AMACON, coach Buono shares his stories of the 1977 Ice Bowl and what it was like playing in Montreal during such a great era in sports for ...

Taras, Carter Head To Lions Wall of Fame

June 12, 2018 | Matt Baker
They came from vastly different football backgrounds, but the impact they had on the franchise together will go down in history forever. Jamie Taras and Eric Carter were each a part of the 2000 ...

Rallying Cry: Buono’s farewell season motivation for Lions

June 12, 2018 | coleary
BC Lions general manager Ed Hervey says his team needs to use head coach Wally Buono’s farewell season as motivation in 2018. CFL.ca’s Chris O’Leary explains.
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