McLeod Bethel-Thompson was at his best exactly when his team needed him. The quarterback commanded an explosive offence to lead the Toronto Argonauts past the Montreal Alouettes 34-27 in the East Division Finals and advance…
Toronto Argonauts quarterback McLeod Bethel-Thompson had to learn dozens of playbooks and terminologies on his way to becoming a core piece for one of the best teams in the CFL.
McLeod Bethel-Thompson proved that it’s not only at the Rogers Centre that balls fly in Toronto. The veteran quarterback had completions of 55 and 37 yards on a couple of beautiful deep passes as the…
McLeod Bethel-Thompson’s record-setting night could not have come at a better time. The Toronto quarterback completed 19 of 32 passes for 258 yards, three touchdowns, and an interception – surpassing Doug Flutie as number four…
In a night where his team was without star running back Andrew Harris, the offence failed to complement a great effort by the defence as the Toronto Argonauts lost 22-19 to the Calgary Stampeders, Saturday at BMO Field.
The Toronto Argonauts bounced back after a lack luster loss and defeated the Hamilton Tiger-Cats 34-20 in thrilling comeback fashion, at BMO Field on Saturday night.
With the way this Argos season has come along, the team’s slogan of “Pull Together” could not be more fitting.
Despite the ups and downs faced through week nine, the club showed resilience and unity in abundance in a gutsy come-from-behind 34-20 victory against the Hamilton Tiger-Cats on Saturday night in front of 11,623 at BMO Field.
The Ottawa RedBlacks can finally put the ‘winless’ title to bed after beating the Toronto Argonauts 23-13 at BMO Field on Sunday.
Ottawa RedBlack’s head coach Paul LaPolice knows that narratives matter in the CFL.
After losing the first six games of the season – despite playing competitive football – the talk around the team was that they were unable to finish games.
The CFL has long suffered in the biggest Canadian markets, including Toronto. What would it take to change that?