This is a great set I brought home with me from the 2013 Grey Cup in Rider Nation! These 8 bobble heads were attached to Wiser's Whiskey bottles only in the Regina area during the Grey Cup. They are a little taller than 4" in height. I believe that one store did not have all 8 variant bobble heads so to get all 8 is rare as one would have to purchase 8 different bottles of whiskey plus visit different store locations to get them all. Great piece for you Riders fans or CFL collectors. All of these are mint in original packaging. Auction is for 1 complete set of 8 bobble heads.
Ron Lancaster #23…The Little General Over Lancaster's 16 seasons with the Roughriders, they won 170 games with him at quarterback, and had only one losing record, 4–11–1 in 1978, which was Lancaster's final season as a quarterback. He was the first quarterback in CFL history to reach 50,000 career passing yards, was a finalist for the Schenley Award as most outstanding player in 1966, 1970 and 1976, (winning in 1970 and 1976), was an All-Canadian in 1970, 1973, 1975 and 1976 and a Western all-star in 1966, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1973, 1975 and 1976. He was so dominant as a quarterback, that on the day that he died, which was 30 years after he retired from playing, he was still ranked in the top 3 in career stats in a number of categories: second in touchdown passes (333, surpassed only by Damon Allen) [Eight months after Lancaster's death, Anthony Calvillo moved past Lancaster into second place.] third in pass completions (3,384) third in pass attempts (6,233) third in yards passing (50,535)
George Reed #34 Following college, Reed signed with the Saskatchewan Roughriders where he starred for 13 years from 1963 until 1975, 203 games in all. By the time he retired, Reed held career records in rushing yards (16,116), rushing touchdown (134), and touchdowns (137). Reed's rushing yards total has since been surpassed by National Football League stars Emmitt Smith and Walter Payton, and, in 2004 by CFL star Mike Pringle. Pringle tied Reed's total of 137 career touchdowns, and George Reed still holds the CFL rushing for touchdowns record with 134. George Reed was voted the CFL's Most Outstanding Player for 1965 and in 1976 he was the inaugural winner of the Tom Pate Memorial Trophy for playing ability and community service. Between 1972 and 1981, Reed was President of the CFL Player’s Association. He was the MVP of the 54th Grey Cup of 1966, as Saskatchewan defeated Ottawa, his sole Grey Cup win. He was 9 time CFL All Star On October 9, 1973, in Regina, Saskatchewan, George Reed was honored with the unique proclamation of October 9 as George Reed Day
Dave Ridgway #36…Robokicker CFL All-Star, 1982, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990 and 1993 Dave Dryburgh Memorial Trophy Winner, 1989, 1990, 1991 Dick Suderman Trophy (Most Outstanding Canadian in a Grey Cup), 1989 His jersey number 36 is one of only eight jerseys retired by the Roughrider organization. Ridgway was inducted into the Roughriders Plaza of Honour in 2000 and the Canadian Football Hall of Fame in 2003.
Gene Makowsky #60 Makowsky played 17 seasons in the CFL—all with the Saskatchewan Roughriders. He earned the CFL's Most Outstanding Offensive Lineman Award in 2004 and 2005 and was a finalist for the award in 2008. He was a 5 time CFL All Star and a West Division All Star for seven consecutive years (2004 through 2010). On August 5, 2011, Makowsky made history, playing in his 272nd game, surpassing Roger Aldag for most games played by a Saskatchewan Roughrider.
Scott Schultz #96 95th Grey Cup champion CFL All Star in 1995 Schultz has also been a member of the San Diego Chargers and Pittsburgh Steelers.
Jeremy O’Day #54 He was a CFL All-Star in 2006, 2007, and 2009 and winner of the 2008 CFL season Tom Pate Memorial Award for community service
Nate Davis #98 In 1997 and 1999, he played for the Atlanta Falcons and Dallas Cowboys, respectively.In 2001, he joined the Saskatchewan Roughriders during the season, and had 40 tackles, 3 sacks and one interception. The Roughriders released Davis in 2007.The Winnipeg Blue Bombers signed him, but he was released after playing once for the team.Davis was nicknamed Big Nate,
Andrew Greene #68 Greene, a nine-year Canadian Football League veteran, has spent much of his career with the Saskatchewan Roughriders. The four-time CFL all-star was named the league's top offensive lineman in 2003.