BC Lions legend Sean Millington reflects on the Lions famous 2000 Grey Cup win on the game's 20th anniversary

BC Lions legend Sean Millington reflects on the Lions famous 2000 Grey Cup win on the game's 20th anniversary

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EPISODE SUMMARY

We chat with two-time Grey Cup winning BC Lions fullback Sean Millington about the iconic 2000 Grey Cup win by the Lions on the game’s 20th anniversary.

EPISODE NOTES

Sean Millington played 13 seasons in the CFL, 10 of which were with the BC Lions, and throughout his career enjoyed a series of plaudits. These included being a two-time Grey Cup champion, three-time CFL All-Star, four-time CFL West All-Star as well as being named the league's most outstanding Canadian player twice and winning the Dick Suderman Trophy for best Canadian player in the 2000 Grey Cup. Throughout his career Millington compiled 6086 yards on 1129 carries, placing him twenty-fourth all-time on the CFL rushing list. He was also the first individual in the BC Sports Hall of Fame history to be inducted twice in the same year, both as an individual and as a member of the 1994 Grey Cup winning BC Lions. Host Ben Waterworth chats to him about using that experience from winning a Grey Cup previously with the Lions to his advantage on that fateful day on November 26, 2000 and finds out just what it took to beat Montreal for that famous victory.