Glenn Reid

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Glenn Reid first moved into the anchor chair at CBC Saskatchewan in 1986 and has been bringing sports to the people of Saskatchewan since then. Born and raised in Winnipeg, Glenn began his broadcast career in radio at Portage La Prairie, Manitoba before moving to Yorkton, and then to Regina.

Latest from Glenn Reid

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My advice to Riders' QB Cody Fajardo: Stay off social media!

Embattled field general deserves support from fans.
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The Roughriders are winning, but earning no points for style

The Riders will host the west semi-final, but will go no further if they don't play better, says the team's coach.
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Roughriders activity not to be confused with achievement

Craig Dickenson praised the Riders' efforts in their 22-19 loss to the Calgary Stampeders, but then slammed them for not playing very well.
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Roughriders to sink or swim with Canadian receivers

Roughriders to sink or swim with Canadian receivers. Kian Schaffer-Bakers leads a talented trio of national pass catchers for the Riders
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Roughriders get knocked down. Can they get up again?

Roughriders get knocked down, can they get up again? Riders drop 23-8 decision to Bombers in front of home fans
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Sask. Roughriders extend unbeaten streak heading into bye week

The Riders defeated the Ottawa Redblacks 23-10 Saturday to go to 3-0.
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Riders ride arm and feet of Fajardo for second win

Riders capitalize on six turnovers to beat Hamilton Tiger-Cats 30-8.
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Are you ready for hugging, kissing and crying? The Sask. Roughriders are, says the team president

Craig Reynolds said the opening home game — the first since 2019 — will be a monumental affair, an emotional evening nearly 600 days in the making.
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Roughriders future cloudy with more uncertainty

With talk of a new business model for the CFL, the Riders GM may have to deal with a smaller football operations department, fewer coaches and less money to pay players.

Riders expect $10M loss after CFL cancels season

After several failed attempts at securing federal financial assistance and just as many delays, the Canadian Football League has officially pulled the plug on the 2020 season.

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