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Alouettes not concerned about offence's growing pains

Turk Schonert, who once played quarterback professionally for three NFL teams and now is the Alouettes’ offensive coordinator, claimed he’s not a big stats guy. This statement’s somewhat predictable, considering his team’s at or near the bottom of most of the Canadian Football League’s categories. 886 more words

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You Deserve a Cookie Week 3

I gave last week’s cookie to Rick Campbell who seemed to have righted the ship in Ottawa, then they got blown out by Edmonton 46-17. Just hoping this thread doesn’t turn into a madden jinx of sorts, although as a Hamilton boy maybe I do this week. 572 more words

Veteran receiver Stamps bides his time with Alouettes

It has been only three games. The worst thing anyone could do at this point is jump to conclusions. Nonetheless, it behooves the Alouettes to discover means of getting veteran receiver Fred Stamps more involved in the offence. 860 more words

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Herb Zurkowsky: Coaches' hunch pays off as Rakeem Cato leads Alouettes to surprise win in first start

One week ago it appeared the Alouettes were Chicken Little — the sky was falling on them after losing starting quarterback Jonathan Crompton and his backup, Dan LeFevour, to injuries. 862 more words

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The Snap: Alouettes' notebook

Nik Lewis spent 11 seasons playing for the Calgary Stampeders before the defending Grey Cup champions decided they had no more use for a 33-year-old receiver who has the unique dimensions of 5-foot-10 and 240 pounds. 875 more words

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Lewis scores first Alouettes TD as Montreal whips Stampeders

MONTREAL — The protagonists were the unlikely combination of rookie and cast-off veteran and the game ultimately right out of a horror novel for the Calgary Stampeders. 1,032 more words

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Stampeders coach and GM Hufnagel is the standard of exellence

If the old quarterback in John Hufnagel didn’t see the question coming, the response was quick at hand. It seems he still knows how to elude the rush, even at 63. 810 more words

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