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Tanya Ruppell: vocals
Andy Brown: vocals
Paul McRae: Guitar, vocals
Mick Sinha: Guitar
Brandon Shurman: Bass
Jonathan Penny: Drums


Summer of ’69
Fortunate Son
I Love Rock and Roll
Bad Moon Rising
Pinball Wizard
Rebel Rebel
Johnny B. Goode
Mr. Jones
Get Back
(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction

In a stunning upset, the Ottawa Redblacks defeated the heavily favored Calgary Stampeders 39-33 in overtime to win the 104th Grey Cup CFL championship. At quarterback for the Redblacks was 17 year CFL veteran Henry Burris, who won MVP honors.

The Redblacks took a 27-7 lead in the third quarter and controlled the game to that point. However, the Stamps staged a furious rally and tied the game after a successful onside kick with 10 seconds remaining.

Ottawa scored first in overtime with a pass from Burris to Ernest Jackson, who made a catch reminiscent of Max McGee in Superbowl I. Calgary was unable to respond as Bo Levi Mitchell’s third down attempt was incomplete.

Hank became the oldest Grey Cup MVP in history at 41 and completed 35 of 46 passes for 461 yards, 3 TD’s and one interception while adding two more TD’s rushing. It was a defining performance for a player in the twilight of his career and brought Ottawa it’s first Grey Cup victory since 1976. The 2016 Grey Cup will go down as one of the most exciting in history.

The Miami Hurricanes won their third game in a row by beating the North Carolina Wolfpack 27-13. While the Miami running game was bottled up in the first half, Coach Mark Richt showed patience and it paid off as Mark Walton scored 3 touchdowns in the second half. For the game, Walton carried the ball 19 times for 120 yards and now has 1005 yards on the season. The Hurricane defense played well and QB Brad Kaaya had an efficient if unspectacular day. The Canes finish their regular season against Duke next week.

The Clemson Tigers eked out a close 37-24 win in Tallahassee against the Florida State Seminoles to keep their hopes alive for the College Football Playoff. Zooming out to a 14-0 lead, the Tigers had to hold on as FSU rallied and took at 34-29 lead with just over 3 minutes to play. Clemson QB Deshaun Watson kept his cool, however, and matriculated the Tigers down the field, finishing with a 34 yard TD to Jordan Leggett for the go ahead points. He also threw a 2-pt conversion pass to Mike Williams.

For the game, Watson completed 27 of 43 for 378 yards and 2 TD’s while also throwing 2 interceptions. In addition, he rushed 17 times for 52 yards.

Watson has not been quite as spectacular this year and his steady play has been overshadowed by the pyrotechnics generated by Lamar Jackson at Louisville. But let’s not forget that Watson won the head-to-head battle over Jackson and that he was invited to New York for the Heisman ceremony last year. There is still a lot left to be decided in this college football season.

The Pittsburgh Steelers righted the ship Sunday night with a big win over the Kansas City Chiefs. QB Ben Roethlisberger was almost perfect, completing 22 of 27 passes for 300 yards and 5 touchdowns. The Steelers prevailed 43-14 and ran out the clock with Le’Veon Bell gaining much of his 144 yards in the second half.

After the big loss to the Eagles the previous week, the Steelers entered the game in an ornery mood and raced out to a 36-0 lead. Next week, Pittsburgh welcomes the New York Jets to the Steel City.

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