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It's never a surprise when special teams contribute heavily to an Argos victory. But it is if the key contribution comes from Matt Black and not kick-returner Chad Owens.
Posted: November 16, 2010 Monday Morning Quarterback Matt Cauz breaks down both the Eastern and Western Semi-Finals including two endings you had to see to believe.
Posted: November 15, 2010
Byron Parker intercepted Kevin Glenn with 0:02 seconds to play as the Toronto Argos held on for a 16-13 victory over the Tiger-Cats to advance to the CFL Eastern Final.
Posted: November 14, 2010
The Hamilton quarterback missed the third quarter after taking a big blow against the Toronto Argonauts, and it ended up being a factor in his team's 16-13 loss.
Posted: November 14, 2010
The Hamilton Ticats will have dynamic receiver Arland Bruce back in the lineup when they host their provincial rivals and Bruce's former team the Toronto Argonauts in the Eastern Semi-Final.
Posted: November 14, 2010
He's one of the CFL's most exciting and dangerous players, but so far this season, Toronto Argonauts special-teams dynamo Chad Owens has yet to solve the Hamilton Tiger-Cats.
Posted: November 13, 2010
It all comes down to a few short days of preparations as the Argonauts get set to take on the Ticats in the Eastern Semi. David Alter explains what the Argos need to do to win.
Posted: November 10, 2010
Hamilton swept the season series with its archrival 3-0, outscoring Toronto by a convincing 74-28 margin. The Ticats also forced a whopping 15 turnovers in the three games.
Posted: November 09, 2010
Spencer Watt caught his first two touchdown passes of the CFL season as the Toronto Argonauts downed the Montreal Alouettes 30-4 to close the regular season on Sunday.
Posted: November 07, 2010
The scenario that faces the Toronto Argonauts is playing a game that doesn't matter in the standings, but it still matters how we play it, explains Willie Pile.
Posted: November 07, 2010
There will be an all-star team watching from the sidelines as the Alouettes and Argonauts play out their final game of the regular season with nothing at stake in the standings.
Posted: November 07, 2010
Each week of the 2010 season brings you the best comments from around the web in our Online Water Cooler. This week's hot topic? The crazy finish in Toronto.
Posted: November 04, 2010 presents a step-by-step breakdown of the play and the factors the on-field CFL officials had to consider in the heat of the final play of Montreal's 37-30 win over Toronto on Friday.
Posted: November 02, 2010
It was a most bizarre ending. Tom Higgins, the league's director of officiating, spent much of his weekend sifting through the details of Montreal's 37-30 win over Toronto.
Posted: November 02, 2010
Heading into Montreal for the final game of the regular season, columist David Alter explains that this is the perfect chance for the Argonauts to iron out its offence.
Posted: November 01, 2010
The Montreal Alouettes stormed back from a 10-point fourth quarter deficit on Friday night to beat the Toronto Argonauts 37-30 on an incredibly wild final play of the game.
Posted: October 29, 2010
They've clinched top spot in the East Division but the Montreal Alouettes aren't about to kick back and cool their jets until the CFL playoffs as they take on the Toronto Argonauts on Friday.
Posted: October 29, 2010
Willie Pile is back after a short hiatus following Touchdown Atlantic. He explains in this week's blog why the Argos need to lose themselves heading into the playoffs.
Posted: October 29, 2010
Saturday’s win at Canad Inns over Winnipeg may not have sent a message to the rest of the league, but it was a statement game for the Toronto Argonauts organization.
Posted: October 27, 2010
Chad Owens returned a missed field goal 109 yards for a touchdown as the Toronto Argonauts clinched a spot in the CFL playoffs with a 27-8 over the Winnipeg Blue Bombers.
Posted: October 23, 2010
A sore ankle kept Cory Boyd from practising this week, but the CFL's rushing leader gave himself a clean bill of health Friday as he and his teammates touched down in Winnipeg.
Posted: October 23, 2010
While the Argonauts are close to securing a playoff berth, they aren’t there yet. The good news is that they control their own destiny and a win on Saturday would do the trick.
Posted: October 23, 2010
Argos head coach Jim Barker has received the majority of the credit for re-energizing the Argos this year but he puts last week's loss to Hamilton on his own shoulders.
Posted: October 19, 2010
The Tiger-Cats came away with a dominating 30-3 victory over the Argonauts on Friday night to move into sole possession of second place in the East and clinch a playoff spot.
Posted: October 15, 2010
There shouldn't be any need for stirring pre-game speeches for either team considering what's at stake when the Hamilton Tiger-Cats take on the Toronto Argonauts on Friday.
Posted: October 15, 2010
Much has been made of the Argonauts’ ability to turn a standard third down play into an unexpected change of momentum, but don't call them trick plays says Jim Barker.
Posted: October 15, 2010
Hamilton special teams co-ordinator Dave Easley said he watched the Toronto game on Saturday 13 times for good luck in preparation for the Ticats game against the Argos.
Posted: October 12, 2010
Noel Prefontaine will once again don the double blue as the Toronto Argonauts have completed a trade with the Edmonton Eskimos that also sends Etienne Legare to Edmonton.
Posted: October 12, 2010
Jeremaine Copeland caught a 28-yard touchdown pass in the fourth quarter and the Argonauts spoiled the Roughriders' bid to clinch a home playoff game with a 24-19 win Saturday.
Posted: October 09, 2010
Ken Miller and Jim Barker crossed paths — including basepaths — long before they faced each other as CFL head coaches.
Posted: October 09, 2010
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5 Nic Demski Manitoba WR
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