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  1. Chemistry Set: Walker, Franklin to start for Eskimos against ArgonautsRead the original story

    1 hr ago | Lethbridge Herald

    Franklin will be the quarterback for Edmonton on Friday against the Toronto Argonauts after impressing Eskimos coaching staff enough in his relief roles through the first eight games. Walker will be one of his favourite targets after being so effective the past few weeks.

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  2. Week 10 CFL picks: Not on the Bomber bandwagon yetRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | My Manitoba.com

    At the end of this weekend, it will officially be the midway point of the 2015 Canadian Football League season. And while there was a time when our fearless prognosticators figured the home side, our beloved Winnipeg Blue Bombers might be 5-4 or at least 4-5 heading into the Labour Day Classic, it would seem that due to injuries and ah, interesting, play calling, the Bombers are 3-5, heading toward 3-6.

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  3. Tiger-Cats hope to continue Tim Hortons Field dominance on Mosca NightRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | 900 CHML AM

    Hamilton can improve to 11-0 at Tim Hortons Field when the Tiger-Cats host the Montreal Alouettes Thursday night. The Ticats are coming off their fifth consecutive win with a 49-20 win over the Edmonton Eskimos at Commonwealth Stadium.

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  4. Steinberg's 3-Minute Warning: Important test for OttawaRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | CFL.ca

    We're nearing the halfway mark of the 2015 Canadian Football League season. In fact, we'll officially be at that point following Sunday's action in Ottawa.

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  5. Preview: Ticats host Alouettes, Popp at THF in East battleRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | CFL.ca

    HAMILTON On a night set to honour a franchise legend, the Ticats set out to the comforts of Tim Hortons Field against an eager Alouettes squad who feel they have something to prove. Another raucous crowd will be behind the Tiger-Cats at home at Tim Hortons Field as they host the Alouettes.

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  6. Player of the week for AgnolettoRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Lake Cowichan Gazette

    The defensive lineman recorded three tackles, one assist, registered a quarterback sack and picked off a pass during his team's 42-9 win over the Westshore Rebels on Aug. 22. And his efforts earned Agnoletto the BCFC B.C. Lions defensive player of the week award. It is the second time this season he has earned the honour.

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  7. Rams' Daley the centre of attentionRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Lake Cowichan Gazette

    After all, it's a position that doesn't always get much recognition - generally only getting noticed when they commit a holding penalty to wipe out a positive play or they fail to keep the pass rush at bay, resulting in a quarterback sack. And Anthony Daley was no different, dreaming of being the one toting the football, not the player up front helping create a running lane for someone else.

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  8. Walker, Franklin to start for Eskimos vs. ArgosRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Nanaimo Daily News

    Franklin will be the quarterback for Edmonton on Friday against the Toronto Argonauts after impressing Eskimos coaching staff enough in his relief roles through the first eight games. Walker will be one of his favourite targets after being so effective the past few weeks.

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  9. Landry: Why did third and a yard get so hard?Read the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | CFL.ca

    I'm sure you've been noticing that there have been a few more stops than usual, when it comes to what used to be fairly much a gimme in the CFL - the third and one conversion. You may also be noticing that, lately, a few more head coaches, always coginizant of the latest trends, have been less ready to trot out the jumbo squads when the spectre of the third and one gamble appears.

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  10. Riders haven't given up hope on the seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Star Phoenix

    For most winless teams, an 0-8 record would be cause for much teeth gnashing and consternation but for the Saskatchewan Roughriders, they still believe they are in with a chance. The Saskatchewan Roughriders have a mathematical chance of reaching the CFL playoffs despite their 0-8 start to the 2015 season.

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  11. Popp's influence already felt in first week at practiceRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | CFL.ca

    It's only his first week coaching the Montreal Alouettes' practice and Jim Popp is already making a change he thinks will help the Alouettes win close football games. "What I've noticed right away at practice, and it's just subconsciously what happens, is we've started on a high and we started coming down a little bit," explained Popp.

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  12. CFL fines Roughriders' Richards for clotheslineRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Regina Leader Post

    The CFL announced Wednesday that Richards had been fined the maximum amount under the collective bargaining agreement for the dangerous tackle on Brown. Richards was disqualified for the clothes-line tackle and the Riders were assessed 25 yards for the penalty.

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  13. Riders haven't given up hope | VideoRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Regina Leader Post

    The Saskatchewan Roughriders have a mathematical chance of reaching the CFL playoffs despite their 0-8 start to the 2015 season. Realistically, the post-season may be a pipe dream for the Riders based on the league's notes package.

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  14. Riders' Brandon Tennant learning his lessonsRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Regina Leader Post

    Brandon Tennant is learning the ropes very quickly. The Saskatchewan Roughriders' rookie defensive tackle is figuring out what it takes to play in the CFL, what it means to be a starter and - in what is a major departure for Tennant - what it's like to lose football games.

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  15. MILTON: Angelo Mosca will always be the face of HamiltonRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | InsideHalton.com

    People who were around at the time - and there were a lot of them at Carmen's Wednesday night - say that Angelo Mosca became the symbol of Hamilton when the city was in its absolute prime. And as Mosca is honoured with two major events this week, it is in a Hamilton clearly on the rebound.

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  16. Stamps Rogers at ease in the airRead the original story

    18 hrs ago | Red Deer Advocate

    Watching Calgary Stampeders receiver Eric Rogers in full turf-chewing stride towards the end zone, you might guess his college track and field specialty was the 400 metres. But Rogers was actually a triple-jumper as well as a football player at California Lutheran.

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  17. Accountability board keeps Eskimos in lineRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Edmonton Journal

    Construction will no longer stop transit peace officers from racing between LRT stations. In a new pilot project some officers with Edmonton Transit will patrol downtown on bicycles.

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  18. Eskimos rookie QB James Franklin a natural leaderRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Edmonton Journal

    Construction will no longer stop transit peace officers from racing between LRT stations. In a new pilot project some officers with Edmonton Transit will patrol downtown on bicycles.

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  19. Stampeders Eric Rogers at ease in the air, leads CFL in touchdown catchesRead the original story

    20 hrs ago | The Chronicle-Journal

    Watching Calgary Stampeders receiver Eric Rogers in full turf-chewing stride towards the end zone, you might guess his college track and field specialty was the 400 metres. But Rogers was actually a triple-jumper as well as a football player at California Lutheran.

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  20. Smokestacks and steel? No, Angelo Mosca is the face of HamiltonRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | InsideHalton.com

    People who were around at the time - and there were a lot of them at Carmen's Wednesday night - say that Angelo Mosca became the symbol of Hamilton when the city was in its absolute prime. And as Mosca is honoured with two major events this week, it is in a Hamilton clearly on the rebound.

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