The Ticats are in B.C. Saturday night to take on the Lions.
After the game, listen to The 5th Quarter on CHML, online at 900chml.com and on the CHML App.
Hamilton quarterback Zach Collaros (co-LAIR-ohs) will make his 2106 debut after rehabbing his torn right ACL over the last 11 months.
Collaros is 3-and-0 against the Lions in his Ticats career and has thrown seven touchdowns and just one interception in those three games.
His 126.2 QB rating against B.C. is the best compared to his rating versus the league’s other teams.
The 3-and-3 Cats are seeking some revenge after losing their Week 2 meeting against 4-and-2 B.C. at Tim Hortons Field.
Leo’s QB Jonathon Jennings is 2-and-0 in his career against the Cats and is one of the hottest pivots in the CFL right now.
The sophomore quarterback has thrown for 1,134 yards in his last three games, tied for the sixth most during a three game stretch in league history.
Doug Flutie holds the three game passing yard record when he threw for 1,367 yards in 1991 while he was playing in Vancouver.
But Jennings will be facing the CFL’s top rated passing defence as Hamilton has allowed an average of 273 passing yards a game in 2016.