Just so you guys know... Hoopster is the laughing stock of the Als board.
Lines like this don't help him either:
"the fact remains I know more historically about this league than the natives do and I'm from the States."
This game may be "grossly undervalued" here in Canada, but it's still far bigger here than it ever has or ever will be in the US. Sure... some Americans watch the CFL, but most only do so as a filler for the NCAA and NFL off-seasons. The real CFL fans down there are the ones that watch and follow it through the US football seasons. ie. the last half of the CFL season.
You guys do remember how badly the CFL failed in the US, right? Only Baltimore actually did well financially, and only because they were so hungry for any football after losing the Colts. For those that don't know... the Baltimore CFL team became the current version of the Als.