24 seconds with Bobby Singh

BOB MACKIN -- 24 Hours Vancouver

, Last Updated: 8:49 AM ET

Fiji-born and Richmond-raised offensive lineman is in his second B.C. season after two in Calgary.

24 hours: The 0-line has received its share of criticism this season.

#62 Bobby Singh: "We take a lot of flack for all the sacks we give up ... we've got to get better as a group. Each position has to look at themselves to see if they're doing what they can to make the team win."

24: You won the only XFL championship in 2001 with the LA Xtreme and were on the practice roster when the St. Louis Rams won the Super Bowl in 2000.

#62: "Even though I was on the practice squad, I was part of the team. I did everything. I went to Atlanta. Every team you're on, you work hard on. I'm in the CFL now and the goal is to get the Grey Cup ring. To have the taste in our mouths last year and have it snatched away from us makes us hungrier."

24: Did you take the name of the Los Angeles Xtreme for your company, Xtreme Security?

#62: "Definitely not, otherwise I would've taken their logo. It was my fourth choice. Three of them were turned down. One was Hawkeye, one was Maximum. That's something for me to do in the off-season and start my business side of things."

24: Who are your all-time favourite football and basketball players?

#62: "Football player would have to be Walter Payton, because of how good he was and I met him. When you meet some individuals, you have more respect for them. What he did on the field was magical. Basketball would have to be Shaquille O'Neal or Michael Jordan.


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