Preseason Week 1
Preseason Week 2
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Potent offence ruled the first half. Ball hawking defence ruled the second. Add it all up and it was the perfect formula for Jonathon Jennings and the BC Lions. The starting pivot went 10 of 14 for 197 yards and three touchdowns in his nearly one half of action, as the home side cruised to a 42-10 win over the Saskatchewan Roughriders to close out pre-season. Jennings was picking and choosing his targets, completing first half touchdowns to Jeremiah Johnson, Bryan Burnham and Marco ...
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They fought to the bitter end, but it wasn’t quite enough against a stingy division rival. Shaun Whyte’s field goal as time expired lifted the Edmonton Eskimos past your BC Lions 30-27 in Saturday’s regular season opener at BC Place. The winning kick came on the heels of a remarkable scoring drive where Nick Moore’s circus catch set them up on the Edmonton two-yard line before Travis Lulay punched it in. After a missed convert by Ty Long, Mike Reilly and the Eskimos were able to quickly ...
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The sleeping giant awoke in the 4th quarter and it was bad news for the hometown Argonauts. Jonathon Jennings’ touchdown pass to Chris Rainey opened the floodgates and a four-yard run by Jeremiah Johnson put the exclamation point on a 28-15 victory on Friday at BMO Field. Jennings finished his night 23 of 35 for 301 yards, while Bryan Burnham led all receivers with nine catches for 118 yards and also passed the 2,000-yard mark on his career. His best play of the night was a leaping ...
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1 2 3 4 BC 6 0 3 14 MTL 0 6 0 1016MontrealAlouettes
The road warriors did it again. And for a second straight week, they capitalized with a huge 4th quarter. Travis Lulay’s two-yard touchdown plunge with 2:43 left was the difference in a 23-16 win over the 1-2 Montreal Alouettes. Your BC Lions are now 2-1 on the young season and now get set for a showdown in Hamilton on Saturday, July 15th. Jeremiah Johnson scored two majors and finished with 102 all-purpose yards. Jonathon Jennings benefited from better pass protection and finished his ...
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Hamilton, Ontario– Injuries, career high-highs and another stellar performance in the east. Your BC Lions survived the loss of Jonathon Jennings to a shoulder injury and improved to 3-1 with a 41-26 win over the Hamilton Tiger-Cats at Tim Hortons Field. Travis Lulay stepped in and threw for 436 yards- the most ever from a QB off the bench in CFL history- and three touchdowns, while Nick Moore hauled in a career-best 220 yards and a touchdown. The visitors overcame three first half ...
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Hollywood endings are becoming the norm between these two Western Division rivals. Your BC Lions (4-1) rallied for 18 4th quarter points and picked up another emotional victory over the Winnipeg Blue Bombers (2-2). Ty Long kicked the winning field goal with 56 seconds remaining to complete a stunning turn of events at BC Place, as the home side prevailed 45-42 and once again left Matt Nichols and the Bombers shaking their heads upon exit from the very same turf their season ended on last ...
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Edmonton, AB– As the old saying goes, “all good things must come to an end.” Your BC Lions’ road dominance hit a bump in the road with a 37-26 loss to Mike Reilly and the Edmonton Eskimos on Friday night. Reilly passed for 409 yards, two touchdowns and also ran for two more as the Eskimos improved to 5-0 on the young season. Travis Lulay, playing his 3rd straight game in place of the injured Jonathon Jennings, passed for 259 yards and a pair of touchdowns, but also threw a couple of ...
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All week long they were forced to answer questions about what they didn’t do last week in Edmonton. And now they should disappear for at least week. The BC Lions defence forced three turnovers and the offence did their part in a 30-15 victory over the Saskatchewan Roughriders in the first of a home and home series. Travis Lulay surpassed the 300-yard passing mark for the 19th time in his career, and also threw a second quarter touchdown to Bryan Burnham to help open the ...
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Ottawa, ONT- It is becoming a similar run of sequels to the Rocky franchise. Only Stallone and company isn’t around to save it. The BC Lions once again sputtered out of the gate en route to their first three-game losing streak in two years. Travis Lulay and company (5-5) made things interesting in for fourth quarter, but it wasn’t enough in a 31-24 loss to the defending Grey Cup champion Ottawa REDBLACKS (3-6-1) at TD Place Stadium. “We dug ourselves too big a hole, right? ...
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It was eerily similar to the week three victory in Hamilton. Only this time it was Jonathon Jennings replacing Travis Lulay on the game’s opening series. And it appears the injury to Lulay might be significantly more serious. On the second play from scrimmage, Lulay suffered a right injury while scrambling for the first down marker and his latest stint as starting quarterback was over before it really began. Jennings threw for 295 yards and two touchdowns as the BC Lions (6-5-0) ...
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All week long they talked about the need to capitalize on their opportunities. And the failure to do just that cost your BC Lions (6-7-0) in a 24-23 loss to the Hamilton Tiger-Cats (3-9-0) on Friday night at BC Place. Sergio Castillo kicked a 50-yard field goal with ten seconds left to seal the deal, as Hamilton escaped with their first victory in Vancouver since the 2011 season. The difference in this one: the lack of red zone production for Jeremiah Johnson and company, who managed just ...
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If the Football Gods indeed exist, they were certainly not looking down on the home team in this one. Trevor Harris passed for 380 yards three touchdowns to lead the Ottawa Redblacks ( 6-9-1) to a stunning 30-25 comeback win over the BC Lions (6-8-0) on Saturday night. The tale of two halves went down to the wire and Bryan Burnham narrowly missed hauling in a winning 32-yard score with no time on the clock. Ironically, the comeback started when Burnham’s fumble gave the visitors a ...
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Winnipeg, MB– Not enough intensity: that was a common theme amongst members of the BC Lions (6-9-0) after a 26-20 loss to the Winnipeg Blue Bombers (11-4-0) on Saturday afternoon. Kevin Fogg returned a 1st quarter punt 88 yards for a touchdown and the only other Bombers major came on a TJ Heath interception return in the 4th quarter to pretty much put it out of reach. Jonathon Jennings found Bryan Burnham for two majors in the final minutes to make it close, but the end result was a ...
105th Grey Cup
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