Why aren't all the televised Grey Cups available on DVD? Classics or not, I'd love to buy them. For example, the 86 or 99 Grey Cup won't go down as a Classic but it means a lot to me as a Ti-Cat fan. Both those games were utter domination by the Cats. The same could be said of the 1990 game when Winnipeg clobbered Edmonton, I bet Bomber fans would love to get their hands on that.
So my idea is the CFL should call up CBC, dig up all the Grey Cup games and get some techie-type person to put them on DVD. All of them. Sell them in box sets. You could have all the Grey Cups won by each team, or you could have decade type DVDs (Grey Cups of the 90s) or you could sell them individually. The point is, sell Grey Cup DVDs!
I know this can be done because this is the exact kind of product which you can buy on nfl.com. I just pre-ordered a box set of all 40 Super Bowls. If that's too much football for some, they have a "Super Bowl's greatest moments" type DVD which probably shows all the 'classic' moments from games like when the Rams beat the Titans by a yard etc.
Plus, who wants to tape games? I don't want to deal with commercials or VHS for that matter.
CFL PLEASE PUT THE GREY CUPS ON DVD.
(and if it sounds like I'm on a mission, well yes I am, I sent cfl.ca a similar message so they are aware of my opinion.)