Tuesday, August 4, 2015
TIGER-CATS 34 ARGONAUTS 18
Hamilton (3-2) improved to 8-0 overall at the facility and moved into a tie with Toronto (3-2) atop the East Division standings.
Collaros delivered the decisive blow against his former team with a three-yard TD pass to Bakari Grant at 3:35 of the third to put Hamilton ahead 28-9. It came after Toronto's failed third-down gamble at its 43-yard line.
Twice Hamilton's defence stopped Toronto in third-and-short situations.
Hamilton was victorious in its home opener before a sellout of 24,135. Toronto played its fifth straight game away from Rogers Centre although its season-opening 26-11 win over the Edmonton Eskimos in Fort McMurray, Alta., was deemed a home contest.
Toronto plays its first game at Rogers Centre on Saturday night versus the Saskatchewan Roughriders. Hamilton hosts the Winnipeg Blue Bombers on Sunday in the second of three consecutive home contests following four straight on the road.
(The Canadian Press)