Saskatchewan Roughriders football, 1970–79

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1970[edit]

Awards and honors[edit]

1971[edit]

1971 Saskatchewan Roughriders season
Head coach Dave Skrien
Home field Taylor Field
Results
Record 9–6–1
Division place 2nd, West
Playoff finish Lost Western Final

The Roughriders offense had 282 points for, while the defense had 329 points allowed

Schedule[edit]

Week Opponent Final Score Record
1 Calgary Stampeders 0–21 0–1
13 Calgary Stampeders 24–17
14 Calgary Stampeders 7–7

Postseason[edit]

Week Opponent Final Score Record
Semi-Final Winnipeg Blue Bombers 34–23
Final Game 1 Calgary Stampeders 21–30
Final Game 2 CalgaryStampeders 21–23

[1]

Awards and honors[edit]

1972[edit]

1972 Saskatchewan Roughriders season
Head coach Dave Skrien
Home field Taylor Field
Results
Record 8–8
Division place 3rd, West
Playoff finish Grey Cup runner-up

The Roughriders offense had 306 points for, while the defense had 251 points allowed

Schedule[edit]

Postseason[edit]

Week Opponent Final Score Record
West Semifinal Edmonton Eskimos 8–6 win
West Final Winnipeg Blue Bombers 27–24 win
Grey Cup Hamilton Tiger-Cats 13–10 loss

Awards and honors[edit]

1973[edit]

1973 Saskatchewan Roughriders season
Head coach John Payne
Home field Taylor Field
Results
Record 10–6
Division place 2nd, West
Playoff finish Lost Western Final

The Roughriders offense had 315 points for, while the defense had 280 points allowed

Schedule[edit]

Week Opponent Final Score Record

Postseason[edit]

Week Opponent Final Score Record
West Semifinal B.C. Lions 33–13 win
West Final Edmonton Eskimos 25–23 loss

1974[edit]

1974 Saskatchewan Roughriders season
Head coach John Payne
Home field Taylor Field
Results
Record 9–7
Division place 2nd, West
Playoff finish Lost Western Final

The Roughriders offense had 271 points for, while the defense had 258 points allowed

Schedule[edit]

Week Opponent Final Score Record

Postseason[edit]

Week Opponent Final Score Record
West Semifinal B.C. Lions 24–14 win
West Final Edmonton Eskimos 31–27 loss

1975[edit]

1975 Saskatchewan Roughriders season
Head coach John Payne
Home field Taylor Field
Results
Record 10–5–1
Division place 2nd, West
Playoff finish Lost Western Final

The Roughriders offense had 349 points for, while the defense had 294 points allowed

Schedule[edit]

Week Opponent Final Score Record

Postseason[edit]

Week Opponent Final Score Record
West Semifinal Winnipeg Blue Bombers 42–24 win
West Final Edmonton Eskimos 30–18 loss

1976[edit]

1976 Saskatchewan Roughriders season
Head coach John Payne
Home field Taylor Field
Results
Record 11–5
Division place 1st, West
Playoff finish Grey Cup runner-up

The Roughriders offense had 361 points for, while the defense had 221 points allowed. This is the most recent season (as of 2016) where the Roughriders finished first overall in the CFL.

Schedule[edit]

Week Opponent Final Score Record

Postseason[edit]

Week Opponent Final Score Record

Grey Cup[edit]

Teams 1 Q 2 Q 3 Q 4 Q Final
Ottawa Rough Riders 10 0 3 10 23
Saskatchewan Roughriders 0 17 3 0 20

[2]

1977[edit]

1977 Saskatchewan Roughriders season
Head coach Jim Eddy
Home field Taylor Field
Results
Record 8–8
Division place 4th, West
Playoff finish Did not qualify

The Roughriders offense had 227 points for, while the defense had 305 points allowed

Schedule[edit]

Week Opponent Final Score Record

Awards and honors[edit]

1978[edit]

1978 Saskatchewan Roughriders season
Head coach Jim Eddy
Home field Taylor Field
Results
Record 4–11–1
Division place 5th, West
Playoff finish Did not qualify

The Roughriders offense had 330 points for, while the defense had 459 points allowed

Schedule[edit]

Week Opponent Final Score Record

1979[edit]

1979 Saskatchewan Roughriders season
Head coach Ron Lancaster
Home field Taylor Field
Results
Record 2–14
Division place 5th, West
Playoff finish Did not qualify

The Roughriders offence scored 194 points while the defence allowed 437 points. In May 1979, the Ottawa Rough Riders traded Tom Clements to the Saskatchewan Roughriders. Ron Lancaster became Saskatchewan's head coach but found "the glorious fifties and sixties were over, and he was the first Roughrider coach in sixteen years who did not have Ron Lancaster at quarterback." [3] The Green Riders finished 2–14, including the worst start to a season in club history, going 0-12 before winning their first game.

Schedule[edit]

Week Opponent Final Score Record

References[edit]

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