Canadian football to adopt 20th century technology

The Canadian Football League has long been considered the poor sister of her broader-shouldered, deeper-pocketed, better-hung cousin south of the 49th parallel. But enough is enough, dammit. Starting this season, CFL coaches will be able to communicate with their QBs by the use of helmet radio technology, something the NFL has only been using for about a century now, but so what? The important thing is that no longer will CFL wide receivers have to worry about getting whiplash from running blindly into that thin wire connecting those two tin cans. Next on the league’s technological wish list? Digital game clocks instead of sundials. Read more.