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Saturday, September 30, 2017


HAMILTON - Ricky Ray hit DeVier Posey with a TD pass in overtime to rally the Toronto Argonauts to an exciting 43-35 win over the Hamilton Tiger-Cats on Saturday night.

Ray found Posey on a 13-yard TD strike on Toronto's opening overtime possession before James Wilder Jr. ran in the two-point convert. Jeremiah Masoli tried to pull Hamilton even on a third-down pass to Jalen Saunders in the Argos' endzone but the pass fell incomplete.

Toronto forced overtime on Ray's 25-yard TD strike to Posey with 33 seconds remaining in regulation. Then Wilder Jr. ran in for the two-point convert to make it 35-35 after the Argos fell behind 35-21.

Toronto (7-7) earned its third straight victory and first in eight attempts at Tim Hortons Field. The Argos moved three points ahead of the second-place Ottawa Redblacks (5-9-1) in the East Division standings and also clinched the season series with Hamilton (3-10).

The Ticats suffered their second loss in five games despite an outstanding effort from C.J. Gable. He ran for 157 yard and two TDs before a Tim Hortons Field gathering of 24,067.

Interim Hamilton coach June Jones took a calculated risk putting Gable into the lineup off the injured list. Gable replaced Alex Green, who ran for 140 yards in last weekend's 24-23 road win over the B.C. Lions.

(The Canadian Press)


Anonymous said...

Dam dam dam dam !!!! Oh well, we still playing in the East Division playoffs and the Grey Cup this year.


Anonymous said...

Marc Trestman proving you can retool a team without blowing it up.

Anonymous said...

I noted the Hamilton players were dancing at the start of the fourth quarter! Not smart! Not dancing now are we boys!

Anonymous said...

We'll be dancing with a 2017 Grey Cup victory soon enough!