A defensive lineman, Zizakovic played six seasons with the Stampeders (1990-95) and was part of a Grey Cup-championship club in 1992.
The Toronto native attended The Ohio State University and was a two-year starter for the Buckeyes and on a Big 10 Championship in 1986. Srecko was a fourth-round selection by Calgary in the 1989 CFL Canadian Draft and joined the Red and White in 1990. Over the next six seasons, #96 would play 88 games for the Stamps, recording 97 tackles and 22 sacks.
He played in three Grey Cup games, winning in 1992 in Toronto. Zizakovic's playoff highlights included a two-sack game in the 1994 West final and an interception for a touchdown in a 1993 West Semi-Final against BC.
Zizakovic remains in Calgary and currently works as an executive account manager for Baker Hughes Canada. Starting in 1994, he has served for 18 years as an honourary director for Calgary Special Olympics and is a Novice Hockey Coach in Calgary’s NW Hockey community.community.