Catch all the Stampeders action on the Red and White’s radio home — 770 CHQR.

Your broadcast crew will call every play from every pre-season, regular-season and playoff game, with extensive pre-game and post-game coverage as well.

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25th Year

Mark returns for his 25th season of Stampeders football on CHQR .  He has broadcast more games than anyone in Stampeders history and along with colour analyst Greg Peterson, forms the longest serving broadcast tandem in CFL history.  Mark has also served as the broadcast voice of the Western Hockey League’s Calgary Wranglers, the National Lacrosse League Calgary Roughnecks and the Pacific Coast League Calgary Cannons.

Mark’s work on Stampeder broadcasts earned him an induction to the Canadian Football Hall of Fame in 2013.

He is married with three children and lives in Calgary year round.

24th Year

Greg is starting his 24th year as the colour commentator and pre- and post-game analyst for the 770 CHQR radio broadcasts of the Stampeders.  Greg played nine years with the Stampeders from 1984 to 1992, and in 1990 was named a CFL All Canadian and West Division All Star. He was a member of the 1992 Stampeder’s Grey Cup team. Greg played college football at Brigham Young University and was an NCAA Academic All-American in 1982.  Greg is actively involved in the Calgary minor football community and is the current president and director of the Greater Calgary Amateur Football Association and the Calgary Spring Football Association.  Greg is also entering his 14th season as the head football coach of the Calgary Bantam Football Association Selects All Star team.  Greg is a senior partner with a Calgary law firm, Gowling WLG LLP practicing in the area of corporate finance and he is the head of the firm’s Corporate Finance group.  He and his wife Deborah are the parents of three children.

16th Year

Jock has been involved in the Calgary Sports media scene for over 35 years! He moved to Calgary in 1980 to take the broadcasting program at Mount Royal College. His sports broadcasting career started a year later with 107 KIK FM. He moved over to Calgary Flames Radio in 1990 and served as the host of Calgary Flames radio broadcasts for seven seasons. In 1998, Jock hosted Calgary’s first ever prime-time sports radio talk show — “Sportstalk with Jock.” In 2004, Jock joined 770 CHQR as a co-host of Sportstalk and a year later he also joined the Stampeders broadcast team, first as the sideline host and now as the broadcast host.  ​Jock is married to a third-generation Calgarian and has two active kids.