Legendary quarterback Matt Dunigan is one of the CFL's most accomplished players and received the League's highest honour with an induction into the Canadian Football Hall of Fame in 2006.
A 14-year CFL standout, Dunigan joined TSN in 1999 and teams up with host Rod Smith and fellow analysts Chris Schultz and Jock Climie during the pre-game, halftime and post-game shows for TSN's CFL broadcasts.
Dunigan's broadcasting career began in 1989 as an analyst with the CBC at the Grey Cup and was followed with another appearance in the broadcast booth at the 1994 Grey Cup. Dunigan had his own radio show with CKNW in BC in 1989, where he worked with mentor J.P. McConnell. Dunigan also worked on a show with Brother Jake Edwards and had his own segment called The Book of Matthew.
A three-time CFL All-Star and five-time divisional All-Star, Dunigan won two Grey Cups - 1987 with the Edmonton Eskimos and 1991 with the Toronto Argonauts. During his career, Dunigan passed for nearly 44,000 yards and rushed 850 times for 5,031 yards and 77 touchdowns. Dunigan still holds the CFL record for total yards in a single game with 713 yards.
Following a successful college career at Louisiana Tech, Dunigan played with six CFL teams throughout his professional career: Edmonton Eskimos (1983-1987), B.C. Lions (1988), Toronto Argonauts (1989-1991), Winnipeg Blue Bombers (1992-1994), Birmingham Barracudas (1995), and the Hamilton Tiger-Cats (1996).
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