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Rider Nation plays host to one of the biggest annual sporting events in Canada – and the emotions are heightened as the Saskatchewan Roughriders take on the Hamilton Tiger-Cats on home turf at Mosaic Stadium in Regina live on TSN and TSN Radio. Cheap MLB Jerseys . As the official broadcaster of the CFL, TSNs exclusive English-language coverage of the 101st GREY CUP begins Sunday, Nov. 24 at 1 p.m. ET with the networks five-hour pre-game show, GREY CUP SUNDAY. French-language coverage of the 101st GREY CUP airs live on RDS beginning Sunday at 5 p.m. ET. TSNs coverage of the big game will also be available to Canadian Forces members deployed overseas via the Canadian Forces Radio & Television. TSN complements its live television coverage of the 101st GREY CUP with the following multi-platform highlights:• A weekend of Grey Cup programming• Live radio coverage on TSN Radio 1050 in Toronto, TSN Radio 690 in Montreal, TSN Radio 1290 in Winnipeg, TSN Radio 1260 in Edmonton, TEAM 1040 in Vancouver, and on 580 CFRA in Ottawa, sister station to TSN Radio 1200 • Live radio streaming on TSN.ca, with the game also available on demand following the live television broadcast• The TSN Game Tracker: Canadian Football Edition presented by GMC, giving fans the ultimate companion viewing experience Once again, the CFLs championship game is proving to be one of the hottest properties for advertisers in Canada. Sponsors of the 101st GREY CUP broadcast on TSN include GMC, NAPA Auto Parts, Nissan, Sun Life, and Wendys. Each year, the GREY CUP ranks as one of the most-watched events in Canada. Last years historic 100th GREY CUP was the most-watched CFL championship game ever recorded on English-language television with 5.4 million viewers. Below is an overview of 101st GREY CUP programming on TSN platforms: Saturday, Nov. 23GREY CUP SATURDAY – 12 noon ET live on TSN TSN delivers comprehensive coverage of the CFL championship on GREY CUP SATURDAY, with SPORTSCENTRE hosts Jennifer Hedger and Darren Dutchyshen live from the Nissan Family Zone in Regina. Throughout the day, the CFL ON TSN panel checks in from Mosaic Stadium with Grey Cup news and analysis. Additional GREY CUP SATURDAY highlights include:• GIBSONS FINEST CFL PLAYER AWARDS at 12:30 p.m. ET, honouring the CFLs top players from the 2013 season• SPORTSCENTRE TOP 25 CFL PLAYS OF 2013 at 2:30 p.m. ET, counting down the 25 best plays from the 2013 CFL season • A special CABBIE PRESENTS from Regina with host Cabral Cabbie Richards • 100th GREY CUP at 7 p.m. ET. In anticipation of this years championship game, TSN delivers an encore presentation of the historic 100th GREY CUP that saw the Toronto Argonauts defeat the Calgary Stampeders in front of a home crowd. Sunday, Nov. 24GREY CUP SUNDAY PRE-GAME SHOW – 1 p.m. ET live on TSN TSNs pre-game coverage airs live from Mosaic Stadium, kicking off with SPORTSCENTRE hosts Jennifer Hedger and Darren Dutchyshen. At 3 p.m. ET, 100th GREY CUP hosts Dave Randorf and Brian Williams take over at Mosaic Stadium for the game, alongside the CFL ON TSN panel featuring Grey Cup champion Chris Schultz, two-time Grey Cup champion and Canadian Football Hall of Famer Matt Dunigan, Jock Climie, Canadian Football Hall of Famer Milt Stegall, and former CFL head coach Paul LaPolice. The GREY CUP SUNDAY PRE-GAME SHOW also checks in with Cabbie as he hosts the Sun Life Grey Cup Fan March from Victoria Park to Mosaic Stadium, and delivers another special edition of CABBIE PRESENTS from Regina. 101st GREY CUP – 6 p.m. ET live on TSN, TSN Radio, and TEAM RadioTSNs acclaimed broadcast team of Chris Cuthbert and Glen Suitor are in the broadcast booth at Mosaic Stadium, providing play-by-play commentary and game analysis during the 101st GREY CUP on TSN. Veteran broadcaster Cuthbert has called the action in 15 previous CFL championship games, while Suitor – a Grey Cup champion with the Saskatchewan Roughriders – makes his sixth appearance in the booth for the big game. Reporting from the sidelines are TSNs Sara Orlesky and Farhan Lalji. Prior to kick-off, TSN will feature a performance by Saskatchewan natives The Sheepdogs as part of the CFLs special Kick-Off Show, which also features player introductions and the national anthem performed by Serena Ryder. At halftime, TSN has live coverage of the SiriusXM Grey Cup Half-Time Show featuring Canadian multi-platinum pop group Hedley. GREY CUP POST-GAME SHOW – 10 p.m. ET live on TSNCFL Commissioner Mark Cohon presents the Grey Cup to the games winning team, as well as the awards for Most Valuable Player and Most Valuable Canadian. During the GREY CUP POST-GAME SHOW, the CFL ON TSN panel will provide post-game analysis and conduct live interviews with players and coaches on the field leading up to SPORTSCENTRE after the game. TSN Digital TSN complements its live television broadcast of the 101st GREY CUP with the TSN Game Tracker: Canadian Football Edition presented by GMC. Available at TSN.ca/GameTracker, the ultimate companion viewing experience delivers instant highlights of the biggest plays from the 101st GREY CUP, along with real-time access to in-depth stats and detailed game and player analytics. TSN.ca will also feature live radio streaming of the 101st GREY CUP, with the game also available on demand following the live television broadcast. Additional TSN Digital highlights include:• The CFL Video Roundtable, which features the CFL ON TSN panel answering fan questions from e-mail and Twitter in an online video exclusive posted every day during Grey Cup week• Exclusive daily digital video reports by Farhan Lalji, beginning Wednesday, Nov. 20 • The last instalment of Chris Schultzs popular weekly feature, Schultz Against The World• The revealing of the TSN Play of the Year Showdown: Canadian Football Edition, as Geroy Simon takes on S.J. Green in the final round of online voting• Instant video features and in-game highlights, plus a full breakdown of the Hamilton-Saskatchewan matchup complete with news, analysis, and blogs from TSNs CFL experts and Insiders TSN Radio TSN Radio hits the gridiron as the national radio broadcaster of the 101st GREY CUP. 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Scott won The Barclays a year ago at Liberty National, and it felt like a bonus in a year in which he won his first major at the Masters. He never had a serious chance at any of the majors this year, and he is looking at the FedEx Cup playoffs differently. "Theres so much to play for, and for me to be satisfied with the year, I need four really great weeks," Scott said. Scott and Tringale were at 8-under 134. Kevin Chappell (67), Brendon Todd (69) and Jim Furyk (69) were one shot behind. The group two shots back included Henrik Stenson (64), Jason Day (64) and Ernie Els, who is playing his sixth straight tournament and shot a 68. Some scorecards needed more than just numbers, starting with Phil Mickelson. Lefty took a bogey on the "five-and-dime" fifth hole, thusly named because Byron Nelson always used a 5-iron and a wedge. Mickelson, like so many other players, tried to drive the green and took a wild detour. His shot bounced into the grandstand, behind a row of seats on the thin carpet of the hospitality area. Instead of dropping into deep grass, he chose to play it out of the bleachers, right next to a half-filled glass of beer on a table. It went too long, over the green and into a bunker, though it gave the crowd a thrill. "It wasnt hard to make contact. It was hard to hit it on that skinny little green and get it to stop," Mickelson said. He compared it with trying to hit a shot off the cart path, except the carpet "doesnt scrape up your club as much."t; Mickelson birdied his last hole for a 72 to make the cut on the number. Fernando Valenzuela Jersey. Seung-yul Noh made a bogey by playing off the wrong green -- except it turned into a triple bogey because he didnt know that he wasnt allowed to hit off the putting surface from a different hole. His tee shot on No. 11 was so far right that it landed on the third green. Noh took a divot off the green, and a rules official drove up and told him the rule, which comes with a two-shot penalty. McIlroy kept his excitement to birdies. The 25-year-old from Northern Ireland said he took a week away from golf to celebrate his big summer -- two majors and his first World Golf Championship -- and paid for it with an opening 74. But the range session Thursday afternoon did wonders, and he went from below the cut line to within five shots of the lead. He also made those "Freaky Friday" rounds that ruined so many tournaments a distant memory. His last four second rounds have been 66, 64, 67 and 65. Thats more like "Fun Friday," and theyve put the No. 1 player back in the mix. "Its a very bunched leaderboard," McIlroy said. "Im still five shots behind, but theres a lot of players between me and the leaders -- obviously, a few quality guys at the top, Adam being one of them. So Im going to have to shoot a couple of rounds similar to today to maybe win this thing." Scott was so clean from tee-to-green that he shot 65 and walked away lamenting a pedestrian effort with his putter. He missed six putts inside 12 feet and played the par 5s in 1 over. No wonder he called that "some of the best golf Ive played all year." "It just wasnt my day today on the greens," he said. The top 100 from the FedEx Cup advance to the second playoff event next week outside Boston, with the top 70 advancing to third event in Denver and the top 30 going to East Lake in Atlanta for the Tour Championship and a shot at the $10 million prize. Lee Westwood kept his PGA Tour season going -- barely. He shot a 73 and made the cut on the number at 1-over 143. Because 79 players made the cut, there will be a 54-hole cut Saturday, only the second such cut in the playoffs since the new policy began in 2008. 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