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TSN Panel - Meet the Panel as Players

 

From CFL Control Dave Randorf of TSN every Friday Night introduces his panel of analysts: Chris Schultz, Matt Dunigan and Jock Climie. Each member brings their own style to the analysis.

 

What some viewers may not realize is that each of Schultz, Dunigan and Climie had an outstanding career as a player in the league. Follow the links below to read more about each panelists career as a CFL player.

 

Chris Schultz - Chris has been involved with CFL football on TSN since 1998. As a player the 6'8" Schultz went to the University of Arizona in 1978 on an athletic scholarship. He played four years there making one appearance in the Fiesta Bowl. From there Chris was drafted by the Dallas Cowboys in 1983 in the 6th round. Under legendary coach Tom Landry, Schultz spent 3 seasons with Dallas. He came to the Canadian Football League and the Toronto Argonauts in 1986 and spent 9 season with the Double Blue playing in two Grey Cups 1987 and 1991 winning the championship in '91. Schultz retired from the Argonauts in 1994. Read more about Chris in the CFL here...

 

 

 

 

 

 

Matt Dunigan is a Canadian Football legend. Matt returned to the TSN panel in 2005 after spending the 2004 season as head coach of the Calgary Stampeders. Over his 14 year career as a player Matt played for 6 different teams. He made 5 trips to the Grey Cup winning in 1987 with Edmonton and 1991 with Toronto. Matt personified a warrior at quarterback with his all-out demeanor and renowned determination. Dunigan still holds the CFL record for passing yards in a game 713 with Winnipeg in 1994. Matt was forced to retire after the 1996 season due to post-concussion symptoms but over his career as a player he left his mark. Exceptionally popular and charismatic Matt has made a smooth transition as an analyst. Read more about Matt and his records as a player with Edmonton, Toronto and Winnipeg.

 

 

 

 

 

Jock Climie rounds out the panel on TSN. Climie joined the TSN panel in 2002 after retiring from the Montreal Alouettes after the 2001 season. Climie had an outstanding 12 year career as a Canadian receiver from a Canadian College. Climie was drafted by the Toronto Argonauts in 1990 after an outstanding collegiate career at Queens University. Climie enjoyed his greatest success as a professional as a member of the Montreal Alouettes. He was named a divisional all-star three times and is in the top ten all-time for pass receptions. Jock currently is a lawyer in the Ottawa area and is an invaluable part of the TSN panel. Read more about Jock as a player here...

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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