Catching up with BC Lions WR Marco Iannuzzi

"I don’t hate or avoid going up against anyone."

NWSB Writer Josh Hall interviews BC Lions third year Wide Receiver Marco Iannuzzi. The 26 year old Calgary native thinks this team is fine headed into the 2013 season even with the void left by Geroy Simon and Arland Bruce on offense. Also, how did the Bostom bombings affect Iannuzzi who played four years of college ball in Massachusetts? You ready to roar in 2013 Lions fans?

Northwest Athlete Profile: Dave Cutler

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Dave B. profiles Dave Cutler in this Northwest Athlete Profile. Originally from Alberta, Cutler made his way to the coast and now finds himself forever in the lore of Simon Fraser and CFL football. Learn more now about one of the greatest Canadian kickers of all time.

All about the Bordens: Travis Lulay signs contract extension

Travis Lulay

NWSB Insider and B.C. Lions Blogger Steve Lee sums up the contract extension given to Grey Cup MVP Travis Lulay and explains what he means to the team going forward. Could Travis had made it in the NFL? Well, Casey Printers sure didn’t. Geroy Simon, Arland Bruce and Korey Banks will all catch balls from Lulay in 2012. Should be fun.

Northwest Athlete Profile: Sean Millington

Sean Millington

NWSB Blogger Dave B. checks in this time with a Northwest Athlete Profile of none other than BC Lions football legend Sean Millington. During his career Millington was named CFL West Division All-Star – five times; CFL All-Star – three times; CFL Most Outstanding Canadian Player in the West Division – three times; CFL’s Most Outstanding Canadian Award – two times.

The five players I wish still played ball for my B.C. Lions

Cameron Wake

C-Mac one of our BC Lions bloggers tells us If the Lions can keep the 2011 Grey Cup championship team together, they have the potential to quickly add to their list of cup triumphs. As good as this team was, imagine how fearsome they could be with some of these past Lions greats. James Parker, Mervyn Fernandez, Lui Passaglia, Roy Dewalt, and Cameron Wake. WOW.

Northwest Athlete Profile: Mohammed Elewonibi

Northwest Athlete Profile: Mohammed Elewonibi

Another North West Athlete in the spotlight today. Former Washington Redskin & BYU Cougar Moe Elewonibi. Richard Hodges points out Moe won the Outland Trophy as the nation’s best interior lineman in 1989. The Washington Redskins selected him in the third round of the 1990 NFL Entry Draft…

Northwest Athlete Profile: Nate Burleson

Northwest Athlete Profile: Nate Burleson

Another North West Athlete in the spotlight today. Current Detroit Lions, and former Seattle Seahawks wide receiver and NFL player Nate Burleson. Matt Larkin points out that Nate played football ad Lindbergh High School and, later, O’Dea High School in Seattle, where he was named the Seattle Times City Athlete of the Year…

BC Lions Arland Bruce gives the Leo’s a new attitude

Arland Bruce

Quick look at the Canadian football leagues BC Lions veteran wide receiver Arland Bruce. After eleven years in the league, no longer the young buck on the squad, and closer to the downside of his career, the addition of Arland Bruce has helped kick the butts of the other BC Lions receivers. Akeem Foster, Tim Brown, and Geroy Simon are all benefitting…

BC Lions’ 2000 Grey Cup Run

Damon Allen will be inducted into the Wall of Fame for the Lions. But does he deserve it more than Casey Printers?

In another installment of our Great Northwest sports moments Matt Larkin weighs in with his take on the 2000 Candian Football Leagues Grey Cup Championship run by the B.C. Lions. Who will be the next great Lion to get them back in a Grey Cup?

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