1966 Saskatchewan Rough Riders

1966 Saskatchewan Rough Riders

The Saskatchewan Roughriders had a legendary win in the 1966 Grey Cup, and they did it all around regular jobs teaching kids, running gas stations and selling beer.

Wayne Shaw was part of the team that defeated the Ottawa Rough Riders 29-14, when quarterback Ron Lancaster and running back George Reed were household names.

Shaw, a star linebacker who played 12 seasons with the Green and White, remembers it as the best game of his career.

“It was absolutely wonderful and I guess the best game I ever played and the most satisfying game, because I played in four Grey Cups but playing and losing is not that much fun,” he said.

Shaw said it was the winning combination of Lancaster, Reed and head coach Eagle Keys that helped the team to victory that day.


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