Hamilton Tiger-Cats or Winnipeg Blue Bombers will end long Grey Cup drought

The Hamilton Tiger-Cats and Winnipeg Blue Bombers are one win away from ending their long championship drought.

One team, one city, one fanbase will be ecstatic after Sunday’s 107th Grey Cup in Calgary while the other will be distraught.

The game at McMahon Stadium is scheduled to begin at 6 p.m. Eastern Time. Country music superstar Keith Urban will perform during the halftime show. After the game, listen to The 5th Quarter on 900 CHML and watch it on CHML’s Facebook page.

It has been well publicized that Winnipeg and Hamilton have not won the Canadian Football League title in a long time, the two longest waits for a championship.

Not since 1990 have the Blue Bombers been crowned champions, the second-longest title drought in CFL history behind only the 30 years between championship wins for the Toronto Argonauts between 1953 and 1983.

The Tiger-Cats have been trying to win it all since 1999. The two-decade-long dry spell is the longest in franchise history.

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