BeaverFootball.com Fun Fact of the Day
Defensive line coach, Michael Gray, played 10 seasons in the CFL with the British Columbia Lions and the Winnipeg Bluebombers.
In 1985, Gray was named the CFL's Most Outstanding Rookie and was given the Jackie Parker Trophy, which is given to the most outstanding rookie in the western division.
While in the CFL, Gray participated in three Grey Cups, winning one in 1988. Gray was selected as the defensive MVP for Winnipeg when the Bluebombers beat the B.C. Lions 22-21.
And who was Gray's coach in 1988? Former Beaver head coach, Mike Riley.
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