Mike Kelly and Terry Ray talk CFL

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This week Reed Duthie will talk with the former Head Coach of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers Mike Kelly about his off-season legal situation, some of his past decisions and what his future holds for coaching.
Kelly served as the head coach of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers in 2009 rebuilding a roster that resulted in five players signing with the National Football League in the option year of their Canadian Football League contract. Kelly, a former Blue Bombers offensive coordinator, came to Winnipeg with close to 30 years of coaching experience. Kelly was the offensive play-caller with the Blue Bombers between 1992 and 1996, as part of the teams that captured three regular season division titles and appeared in the Grey Cup twice. Kelly’s offence set 29 club records during his tenure in Winnipeg, including Matt Dunigan’s record 713 yards passing in a game.
Kelly played quarterback at Bluffton College (OH), and earned his bachelor's degree in health, physical education and recreation. He later earned a master's degree in education at Edinboro (PA). In 2002, Kelly was honoured by his alma mater, and inducted into the Bluffton College Hall of Fame. In 1996 Kelly was inducted into the Delaware County (IN) Athletic Hall of Fame as a 1976 graduate of Muncie Northside High School where as a senior he set a school record for passes attempted and completed in a single season. A Canadian Football League record set in 1994.
In our CFL news recap Jenn Annis talks with Terry Ray to go over what happened in the league this past week and get you ready for training camps. Ray played with the New England Patriots in Super Bowl 31 against the Green Bay Packers. He is also a former Edmonton Eskimo and Winnipeg Blue Bomber.

This week’s Rougeradio.com’s Canadian music feature is the Marc Joseph Band. They are a collection of young musicians that have come together to form one of Toronto’s hottest cover bands. The play 3-4 times a week all over the Greater Toronto Area and will also be touring festivals all over Europe this summer. We have featured 2 of their songs.

on an earlier post rouge radio critized me for my comments re: jesse lumsden!! he may have had what you called a great career in university ball but my comment concerned his CFL career or lack of!!