Well these two teams are pretty evenly matched, eh?
...in terms of equipment worn, number of players or currency of paycheques?
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Wha? Sorry, what was the question?
All kidding aside, the Als did hand the Stamps their only loss of the season.
Yes, but the Stamps always get defeated in Montreal.
They just do not play well there.
The Stumps are one of those teams that think very highly of themselves, because of that they are always on the verge of either blowing a team out or thinking they just have to show up to win.
Yes, but this game will be men vs boys.
Sling shots vs cannons.
yeah I don't expect much from the Alouettes, I play hockey tonight so can't attend the game which is a tragedy but I gave my tickets to ppull that will use them and I hope they don't have to witness to a blow out.
Good on you for being kind enough to give your tickets away.
Good luck and have fun at your hockey game. Stay safe out there.
As for this game, we are watching a hot knife cut through butter.
I am just looking FWD to tonights AFL Grande Final
thanks, I give away at least one ticket for every game.
Adelaide hasn't won since 97 and have two overall titles.
Richmond has won it 10 times but the last one was in 1980.
I love how Calgary went for it on third down. Good practice for Buckley. Montreal will probably cry about that being down 50 zillion points and all. Don't whine, do something about it you sad sacks!
Spoke to soon on that. Still a butt kicking nonetheless. Kavis Reed won't be sleeping much tonight methinks.
In the Stamps' two home games against the Ticats (60-1 win) and Als (59-11 win), they won by a combined score of 119-12! :o
You usually see such lopsided scores in college football, when a big division 1 school, plays a small division 2 school. You rarely see such scores between pro teams.
Johnny, think I would put the Als as a division 2 school team ( and that is being generous).
Good point! Maybe the Als should play in the CIS...
Think they would still have a hard time with the likes of Laval, U of M, and others.
I predict that from now on. CIS football will get more coverage than the Als. They will fall not only behind the MLS in media coverage but behind the CIS Q.
Aside from the NHL, media coverage is usually based on the sports that the media itself broadcast on TV.
Therefore, using French channels as an example, TVA is likely to cover USports more than the CFL, while it is the opposite for RDS.