Tropical Saskatchewan!!!

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Balmy Saskatechewan awaits you Pussycats and their fans!!! 8) :roll: :wink: :rockin: :cowboy: :thup:

Riders will Rule
Pussycats will be coooooooooooooooooooold! 8) 8) 8) 8) 8) 8) 8) 8) 8) 8) 8) 8) 8) 8) 8) 8) 8) 8) 8) 8) 8) 8) 8) 8) 8)
Rider Pride Nation Wide :smiley:

Heres just a few excerpts about how to prepare yourself for a game in Sask. from their forum. It’s a fun read. No one actually starts hating each other.

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Seat cushion. Especially if you are on the metal benches. Even the wood ones I freeze my butt off.
I highly endorse this one. Styrofoam will work as well. MRF taught me this one for the 2003 Grey Cup. I highly regret not remembering for the 2006 Vanier.
Another trick I learned before the West final in 2010 here was take one of those hotshot things, activate it and tape it to the outside of your shirt so it's not up against your skin. That will keep your chest area warm.
(My Favorite)
It all sounds so uncivilized. Wouldn't you rather be toasty and warm in a dome sipping a nice latte in comfortable individual seats with cup-holders, lots of warm clean washrooms, plenty of beer stations, women fans and cheerleaders dressed.......uh.....accordingly. But your way sounds good too with the cardboard and taping hot-shots to your chest and triple blankets and gloves and touques etc.
A baked potato in foil will stay warm for up to 6 hours, apparently some people take them on winter hiking trips.
Not only will Rider fans have Melons on their heads, but they'll have a potato in their pants

Both teams will be ready to play. And both teams will play in the same weather. It’s all about football.

And just like last year you'll disappear the minute your team is eliminated. :smiley:

I’m expecting a fantastic game, whoever can stop the run will win.

:rockin:
:cowboy:

In all honesty, it should be a classic match up. Lulay and Buck battling against our Rider Priders including Geroy. May the best team win. :cowboy: :rockin:

I'm all for having our greatest game played in covered stadiums. Our hope will be on a possible ridge of warm weather from the South or, perhaps the Chinooks from BC will not stop in Alberta but, continue on to Regina.

Count on the Lions warming things up when they roll into Regina. :rockin:

In all honesty,I agree with you Turkeyboy :lol: I'm predicting with the game time frigid temperatures forecast,that this game will be a low scoring battle of the lines.The running game and special teams will ultimately decide this game,and who get's luckier with the turnovers,in what should be less than ideal weather conditions,I'm thinking along the lines of a final score of a field goal or less either way.......prediction: Lions-21....Sask-19. Good luck to your Riders,but my gut is telling me upset for the Lions in this one,but if I'm wrong on this.....I will be quite happy meeting your team in the Cup in two weeks time......Like you said and I quote: May the best team win :cowboy: :rockin:

This is going to be a classic. :rockin: I wish it was tomorrow