24 seconds with Javier Glatt

BOB MACKIN, 24 HOURS VANCOUVER

, Last Updated: 10:10 AM ET

B.C. Lions' linebacker Javier Glatt grew up in Calgary, watching the Stampeders. Tomorrow he hopes to break the hearts of any friends or relatives who wear the red and white.

24 hours: Talk about going home and playing such an important game in front of loved ones.

#6 Javier Glatt: "It's going to be a big game. It's going to be a lot of fun playing in front my family, but I've played there lots before. It's just another game, just that the implications are higher. I'm going to go out there and help the team win."

24: It's been a tough year to play against the Stamps, you're 0-3 against Calgary. Is there a psychological factor?

#6: "I don't think it's that big of a deal, they beat us in three games, so what. Now it's playoffs, a different scenario. We're 8-2 in our last 10 games, that's a big stat for us. We're playing good football. It's just a matter of showing up. It's going to be a new environment, new variables. Let's go out and play."

24: The offense hasn't gained the points it should've from turnovers, but the defense is delivering.

#6: "Defensively we've been trying to buy our offence a bit of time. (When) they're struggling a bit we can just hold it off a little bit, give them another chance, give them the ball back. Over time they're going to make some plays and score some points."

24: B.C. overcame the weather last week in Saskatchewan, but it's not going to be such a factor this week.

#6: "It's supposed to be nice. Who cares, let's just go out and play. Whether it's snowing, raining, let's be physical and hit them in the mouth right off the bat."


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