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Labour Day Classic tale of the tape: Tiger-Cats vs. Argonauts – Hamilton
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Labour Day Classic tale of the tape: Tiger-Cats vs. Argonauts – Hamilton

The struggling Hamilton Tiger-Cats are hoping history repeats itself when they host the Toronto Argonauts in the annual Labour Day Classic on Monday afternoon. Hamilton (3-8) enters the game on a two-game losing streak, including a 37-20 defeat by the Argos (5-5) at BMO Field on August 26.Monday’s pre-game show on 900 CHML radio begins at 12 p.m. Kickoff is at 1 p.m. Read more: Hamilton Tiger-Cats stumble in second half again, lose big to Argos Read More Hamilton Tiger-Cats stumble in second half again, lose big to Argos With starting QB Dane Evans nursing an injury to his throwing shoulder and backup pivot Matthew Shiltz on the injured list with a wrist injury...
Elks run over Redblacks in 30-12 win in Ottawa
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Elks run over Redblacks in 30-12 win in Ottawa

It wasn’t the start the Edmonton Elks would have wanted, but a dominant second half leading to a win did the job to snap a three-game skid. Quarterback Taylor Cornelius threw two touchdown passes and the Elks (3-7) scored 21 unanswered points in the second half for a 30-12 comeback win over the Ottawa Redblacks on Friday.READ MORE: Edmonton Elks begin a home-and-home set with the Redblacks in Ottawa“In the first half, they were giving us a lot of exotic looks we’d never seen before, so we had to get them out of doing that by speeding up the tempo, and that showed in the second half,” said Cornelius.“We got on a roll and were moving the ball very well in the second half. I wish we would have done that in the first half, but we’ll take this win and prepare for next week when we play...
Hamilton Tiger-Cats secure pivotal victory over Montreal Alouettes – Hamilton
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Hamilton Tiger-Cats secure pivotal victory over Montreal Alouettes – Hamilton

The Hamilton Tiger-Cats started a pivotal six-game stretch of the season with a nail-biting 24-17 victory over the Montreal Alouettes Thursday night at Tim Hortons Field. Ticats quarterback Dane Evans completed 13-of-18 passes for 206 yards and one touchdown while Hamilton’s defence held Montreal’s offence in check for most of the game and forced two turnovers.Hamilton did most of its damage on offence while going into the wind in the third quarter as they outscored the Alouettes 14-0 in the period thanks to touchdowns by receiver Steven Dunbar Jr. and running back Don Jackson. Read more: Cody Fajardo will start for Roughriders in Week 8 tilt with BC Lions About five minutes after halftime, Dunbar Jr. hauled in a short pass from Evans and ran 40 yards for hi...