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Argos need miracle down home stretch

Posted: Sep 27 2011 | 10:09 pm
Coach Jim Barker had grander expectations for the 2011 season than the woeful 3-9 record presently worn by his Toronto Argonauts. With just six games to play, the Boatmen’s chances of making the playoffs are appearing increasingly grim.

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Argos’ open home-and-home with Als

Posted: Oct 28 2010 | 7:59 pm
A date with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats in the East Division semi-final has been set for Nov. 14, but The Toronto Argonauts (8-8) can’t look that far ahead of themselves. First they must close out their season with a open a home-and-home set against the first place Montreal Alouettes (11-5), beginning Friday at the Rogers Centre.

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Argos lose big in critical matchup with Ticats

Posted: Oct 15 2010 | 9:14 pm
Speculation that the Toronto Argonauts might sign recently released quarterback Casey Printers may just gain momentum. Quarterback Cleo Lemon’s first year struggles continued as the Hamilton Tiger-Cats trounced the Argos 30-3 in a crucial division matchup on Friday at the Rogers Centre.

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Danny Brannagan enjoying the fruits of his labour

Posted: Oct 6 2010 | 8:31 pm
Going from league MVP of a national champion to the practice roster of the Toronto Argonauts may not be the path most football players dream about. But that’s the reality for Danny Brannagan, a Queen’s University star trying to do the impossible: make it as a Canadian quarterback in the CFL.

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Lemon still a question mark to start

Posted: Sep 28 2010 | 7:14 pm
Cleo Lemon has been downgraded to the role of spectator for precautionary reasons, as he recovers from a concussion he suffered against Edmonton, in Moncton last Sunday. As a result, Toronto’s second-stringer Dalton Bell took the first-team snaps Tuesday, and Barker said if Lemon was not ready to dress by Thursday’s practice, Bell would get the start Saturday against Saskatchewan.

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Argos’ Lemon looks to bounce back against Lions

Posted: Sep 8 2010 | 8:11 pm
Just two weeks ago, the Argos (5-4) were the toast of the town after moving into a tie for first with Montreal in the East Division after a 37-22 win over the Alouettes on August 14th. After a second straight loss to the Ti-Cats on Labour Day, Cleo Lemon’s ability to head the offence is again being questioned. @storyartscentre Story Arts Centre on Vine Story Arts Centre on Google+