Sports Tiger-Cats look to avenge embarrassing 60-1 loss to Stampeders

00:16  13 october  2017
00:16  13 october  2017 Source:

Surging Bombers not taking Ticats lightly

  Surging Bombers not taking Ticats lightly Matt Nichols has seen a lot unexpected things happen in the final stretch of a CFL season. What the Blue Bombers quarterback doesn't want to occur Friday is his 10-3 Bombers losing to the 3-10 Hamilton Tiger-Cats."I've been around this league long enough that when there's four and five games left, anything can happen," Nichols said Thursday after the Blue Bombers' walkthrough."You've got to take care of business and not wait and hope that other people take care of business for you."Nichols has been doing that from his position. He leads the CFL with an efficiency rating of 105.

Hamilton Tiger - Cats wide receiver Mike Jones (12) comes down with the ball as Calgary Stampeders defensive back Joe Burnett (24) tries to strip it away. %2Ffootball%2Fcfl%2Ftiger- cats - look - avenge - embarrassing - 60 - 1 - loss - stampeders %2F.

The Hamilton Tiger - Cats have hit rock bottom after an embarrassing 60 - 1 loss to the Calgary Stampeders . 60 - 1 – that is not a typo. It is the largest margin of victory in Calgary’s franchise history, surpassing the previous record of 50 points that was set in 1963 and equaled in 1995.

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HAMILTON – Linebacker Simoni Lawrence remembers the last time the Hamilton Tiger-Cats faced the Calgary Stampeders.

Calgary embarrassed Hamilton 60-1 at McMahon Stadium on July 29, a game Lawrence could only watch due to a lower-body injury.

He will be back in the lineup Friday as Hamilton (4-10) hosts Calgary (12-1-1) at Tim Hortons Field.

The Ticats are coming off a 30-13 road win over Winnipeg last weekend while Calgary plays for the first time since its 59-11 home win over Montreal on Sept. 29.

The bad news for Hamilton is Calgary is 15-0 coming off a bye week since 2005 and has won 10 straight versus the Ticats, who are 4-2 under interim head coach June Jones.

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