CFLpass writers and staff

Simply put, CFLpass is a website devoted to all aspects of the Canadian Football League. We’ll write about anything on the CFL – and when we say “we”, as of this writing, that means:

Travis Currah, Lead Writer -- Born in Yorkton, Saskatchewan, Travis is a huge CFL fan that has been to six Grey Cups in a row. That includes the 13th Man heartbreak for the Riders in 2009 and the illegal block heartbreak for the Tiger Cats in 2014. He’s currently an afternoon radio host in Red Deer, Alberta with season tickets to the Edmonton Eskimos. Don’t worry Rider fans, he hasn’t turned his back on Rider Nation: He still wears the *right* shade of green to every game.

Travis also hosts the weekly “2 and Out CFL Podcast” on iTunes, focusing on the fantasy aspect of the Canadian game. A CFL fan through and through, he’ll be blogging about everything Canadian football now through the Grey Cup – and beyond.

Os Davis, Editor/writer -- Since breaking into the professional journalism sphere back in the days when print media was still relevant, Oshas covered the proverbial “wide world of sports” one game at a time … and he loves ‘em all. Os has written particularly extensively on World Cup soccer, international cricket, NFL football and European basketball, among others.

Thanks to his Quebecois ancestry and rearing in northern New England, Os has been a Montreal Alouettes fan all his life.

Joe Pritchard, writer, by his own admission, tweets way too much about the CFL for a guy born, raised, and living in Wisconsin. He also blogs occasionally over at and with Os co-hosts the podcast of the same name.

As part of his increasing devotion to Canadian football, Joe will embark on trips taking him to all nine CFL venues in 2016.

Andrew Hoskins is a Respiratory Therapist by day, a podcaster by night and an every-so-often writer for CFLpass.

Andrew was born and raised in Edmonton and has bled green and gold since he was seven years old. Attending games regularly since 1990, he has many Esk memories and countless favorite players. An Eskimos season seat holder going back to 2002, Andrew has talked with Eskimo fans for years and finally decided to take that chatter to a different level starting the Eskimo Empire Podcast in 2015.

He has a wife and three children who all wear the green-and-gold on a regular basis and somehow accept his Eskimo-crazy fan ways.