Canadian Football Legends
Object ID:
2012.279.221
Date:
2006
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Bobby Jurasin bust. A member of the Canadian Football Hall of Fame.
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Bobby Jurasin

Playing Career

Saskatchewan Roughriders
1986 - 1997

Toronto Argonauts
1998

Awards and Honours

All-Western Defensive End
1987 - 1989, 1992, 1994, 1997 (6)

All-Canadian Defensive End
1987, 1988, 1992, 1997 (4)

Grey Cup Participation
1989, 1997 (2)

Grey Cup Winning Team(s)
1989 (1)

Career Highlights

  • Played 199 games during his 13-year career.


Bobby Jurasin attended Northern Michigan University and joined the Saskatchewan Roughriders as a free agent in 1986 and despite playing only eight games, was nominated as the team's Most Outstanding Rookie.

Over the next 12 seasons, Jurasin continued earning laurels for his performances at Defensive End, making him one of the Roughriders' all-time most popular players.

In 1987, he played all 18 games recording 4 defensive tackles and a team record 22 sacks and was nominated as Saskatchewan's Outstanding Defensive player, an honour he would also earn in 1996 and 1997. In 1989, Jurasin's all-star contributions helped the Roughriders win its second Grey Cup in franchise history by beating the Hamilton Tiger-Cats 43-40 in what some consider the greatest Grey Cup game of all-time.

When he retired in 1998, Jurasin was third All-Time in Canadian Football League (CFL) history with 142 sacks.

Bobby Jurasin is also a member of the Saskatchewan Roughrider's Plaza of Honour.

Inducted into the Canadian Football Hall of Fame and Museum in 2006 as a player.

Class of 2006




Matt DuniganBobby JurasinAllen PittsVictor SpencerHenry Williams

Football Reporters of Canada




Darrell DavisAl Maki

People:
Jurasin, Bobby
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Canadian Football Hall of Fame
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