Kenny Rodgers once sang “You’ve got to know when to hold ’em, know when to fold ’em and know when to walk away.” Toronto Argonauts head coach Corey Chamblin seemed to struggle with that on…
Record Hamilton crowd sees home side win emotional affair HAMILTON — No matter where the Toronto Argonauts and Hamilton Tiger-Cats are in the CFL standings, when it comes to the Labour Day Classic it’s always…
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Football is a game of 60 minutes, but Winnipeg Blue Bombers’ quarterback Matt Nichols felt the game was already sealed on only his second pass attempt.
Calgary’s offensive inconsistency was the main reason for the 30-23 loss against Hamilton.
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The visiting Hamilton Tiger-Cats throttled the Toronto Argonauts 64-14 on Saturday afternoon at BMO Field. Hamilton was utterly dominant in the game, topping the Argos 600 to 322 in yardage and winning the turnover battle…
Jeremiah Masoli threw for 338 yards, three touchdowns and added one rushing as the Hamilton Tiger-Cats dominated the Toronto Argonauts 64-14 in CFL action Saturday at BMO Field.