Beastmode breakout (North of the border): Andrew Harris is hungry!

Harris was back with a vengeance against the Argonauts. (Photo: BCLions)

NWSB Insider and B.C. Lions’ blogger Bryan McFarlane talks about Andrew Harris’ resurgence in the Lions’ week two contest against the Toronto Argonauts. After seeing himself doled out limited carries during the preseason and week one, the offense finally gave Harris the ball and he shined. Showcasing his ability to run the ball down the field as well as catch it at times, Harris rushed over the century mark while compiling 49 yards in the air to help pace the Lions.

Three big reasons the Lions didn’t repeat as CFL champs

Travis Lulay

New NWSB Insider and BC Lions blogger Bryan McFarlane gives us his reasoning behind why the BC Lions in the 2012 Grey Cup would have made for a much greater challenge for the Toronto Argos. He points out Travis Lulay is the leader of the Lions. There is no denying or doubting that. But he spent the end of the season nursing an injury and saw little meaningful game reps heading into the postseason.

Five Reasons the B.C. Lions will win the 100th Grey Cup

Travis Lulay

New NWSB Insider and BC Lions blogger Bryan McFarlane gives us his fearless prediction as to why the BC Lions will win the 2012 Grey Cup. The Leos have the league’s sack leader Keron Williams, and standout Adam Bighill, who finished second in the CFL in tackles and fourth in sacks. But it is far from a two-man show on B.C.’s stingy defense. Another reason. The West Final. The B.C. Lions lost just one game in the comfort of their own home this season.

Nine B.C. Lions named to the CFL All-Star team

Travis Lulay

NWSB insider Carolyn Smith brings us good news for BC Lions fans. 9 Lions have been named to the CFL all-star team. Travis Lulay, Geroy Simon, Angus Reid, Jovan Olafiove, Aaron hunt, Khalif Mitchell, Solomon Eilimiann, Korey Banks, and Paul McCallum all made the list.

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