He may be the current coach of the University of Saskatchewan Huskies football team, and he may have found his way to a successful career in the CFL by playing for the Huskies, but Scott Flory is a Regina boy and he is now a Canadian Football Hall of Famer.
Wednesday night in Winnipeg, Flory was named to the Hall of Fame along with several others including Hank Ilesic and Barron Miles.
Flory spent an impressive 15-year CFL career with the Montreal Alouettes.
After being drafted in 1998, he played in 241 regular season games, 17 playoff games and eight Grey Cup games.
A three-time Grey Cup Champion, and the CFL’s Most Outstanding Lineman in 2008 and 2009, Flory was a CFL all-star nine times. Upon retiring, he became the president of the CFL Players’ Association before returning to his alma mater to coach the Huskies with last year being his first as he succeeded another Canadian Football Hall of Famer in Brian Towriss.