Something’s gotta give.
Tim Hortons Field hosts the annual Labour Day Classic tonight between the Ticats and Argos.
Hamilton has won both their Labour Day meetings against Toronto at the Donut Box and are looking for the hat trick, if you will, against their arch rivals.
There are some really interesting stats to look at.
Both teams are 4-and-5 and are tied for second place in the East Division.
Hamilton has lost three of their last four games while Toronto has dropped their last three.
The Cats have won four of their last five Labour Day games against the Boatmen and can clinch the season series with a victory.
But if past Labour Day clashes have taught us anything it’s that the stats don’t really matter.
Throw out all the numbers and ignore all the pre-game banter, Labour Day brings out the best in the CFL.
Deep seeded rivalries make for great football and tonight will be no different.
The unofficial start to the CFL season is about to begin, and there’s no better way to do it than Hamilton vs. Toronto.