The Hamilton Tiger-Cats will try to bounce back from a gut wrenching loss last week when they visit the B.C. Lions Friday night.
CHML’s coverage of the game begins with the Frisco’s Pregame Show at 9pm, kickoff is at 10 o’clock.
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Hamilton enters the game with a record of 1-and-4 following their last second loss in Week 6 against the Winnipeg Blue Bombers.
On the flip side, the Lions are coming off a one point win over the Calgary Stampeders, boosting their record to 3-and-3.
The Ticats will again give the ball to third year quarterback Dan LeFevour, who will be making only his third start in the CFL.
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Over in B.C., Travis Lulay was expected to make his first start of the season against the Tiger-Cats after undergoing offseason should surgery.
But Lions head coach Mike Benevides says Kevin Glenn will remain the team’s starter until Lulay is ready.
Since being placed on the 6 game injured list at the start of the season, Lulay, the CFL’s Most Outstanding Player in the 2011 has watched Glenn lead the Leo’s offence.
“KG” has thrown for 1,390 yards (3rd overall), 7 touchdowns and a league high 9 interceptions this year, the Detroit native’s 14th in the CFL.
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Hamilton and B.C. split their season series in 2013, each winning at home.
The last time the Ticats won in Vancouver was in 2011, when Glenn led Hamilton to a 39-31 victory over Lulay and the Lions at Empire Field.
Hamilton’s last victory at BC Place was in 2009, when Quinton Porter guided the Cats over Buck Pierce and the Lions 31-28.