Over the past month, I have been participating in a CFL Blogging Contest held by the fine folks over at Sports Interaction. My first article dealt with the changing the kicking game; my second article proposed the idea of a naturalized non-import; my third article asked for a multipart documentary about all the past Grey Cup champions.
And with my fourth, and final, article, I decided to tackle the oft-debated subject of expansion in the CFL. Expansion is a highly polarizing subject among fans of the CFL, and there is no better way to spur a debate than by putting your opinion out there.
As before, share this on Twitter or Facebook (or any other platform you can think of). E-mail this to any and everyone you know. The most views wins, so anything you can do to help me get the most views possible is greatly appreciated. The contest closes August 31st, and the winner will be announced on September 5th.
I'm not going to lie, I want to win. But even if I don't, this was a fun contest to take part in, and it allowed me to venture out of my comfort zone of the Tiger-Cats and look at other aspects of the great game of Canadian football.
I hope everyone enjoyed reading my pieces as much as I enjoyed writing them. And for everyone who helped me out during the past month by posting the articles on Twitter, Facebook and by e-mailing them to friends and family, I can only say thank you. Without you, I wouldn't have been able to compete in this contest. So thanks to everyone who took the time to read what I wrote and share it with others. All your help was, and remains, greatly appreciated.