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Friday, October 23, 2015


HAMILTON - Kevin Glenn threw three TD passes to lead the Montreal Alouettes to a convincing 34-2 win over the Toronto Argonauts on Friday night in a game played at Hamilton's Tim Hortons Field.

Glenn was impressive in just his second start for Montreal (6-10), which snapped a four-game losing streak to remain in contention for the third and final West Division playoff spot. After throwing three interceptions in last weekend's 23-11 home loss to Hamilton, Glenn was 27-of-35 for 294 yards before giving way Anthony Boone in the fourth quarter.

Just 3,741 spectators attended the contest, relocated from Rogers Centre because of the baseball playoffs. Once again, all the spectators sat in the East stands as TV cameras shot the action from the West section.

Only 3,401 watched the Calgary Stampeders dispatch Toronto 27-15 last weekend at Tim Hortons Field.

Montreal earned its second road win in Hamilton, snapping the Ticats' 10-game home win streak Aug. 27 with a 26-23 victory.

Toronto (9-7) suffered its second straight loss at Tim Hortons Field and fell to 0-5 at the stadium since it opened last year. The Argos have clinched an East Division playoff spot but remain tied with Ottawa (9-6) for second. The Redblacks visit the Winnipeg Blue Bombers on Saturday.

(The Canadian Press)

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