Sun Nov 28 06:05pm EST
This is what it all comes down to. After a week of hype, parties and preparations, the Saskatchewan Roughriders finally get a chance to avenge last year's final-second defeat at the hands of the Montreal Alouettes. If they can pull off the victory, it may well be thanks to the depth of their unconventional receiving corps.
On the other sideline, Montreal is back in yet another Grey Cup, but they've forged a new, disciplined identity. They'll be relying on superstar quarterback Anthony Calvillo, a strong receiving corps of their own and running back Avon Cobourne, but they'll have to contend with conditions of -7 Celsius and a stadium packed with 60,000-plus fans, the vast majority of which are clad in Roughriders' green and will undoubtedly be screaming their lungs out. It's a battle of East and West, and one that can even divide families, such as Deane and Randy Winslow (pictured above left to right). Straight from the Commonwealth Stadium press box, our live chat is below, featuring myself and a variety of other panelists.