Calgary Stampeders tame Hamilton Tiger-Cats

Calgary Stampeders' Jon Cornish dives for a first down away from Hamilton Tiger-Cats defender Neil...

Calgary Stampeders' Jon Cornish dives for a first down away from Hamilton Tiger-Cats defender Neil King in the first half of their CFL football game in Guelph, Ontario September 28, 2013. REUTERS/Fred Thornhill (CANADA - Tags: SPORT FOOTBALL)

Scott Mitchell, Calgary Sun

, Last Updated: 2:01 AM ET

GUELPH, Ont. — Heading east, the Calgary Stampeders were searching for a way to find their lost efficiency on offence.

They didn’t need it.

Instead, they went the big-play route to dispatch the Hamilton Tiger-Cats 35-11 on Saturday night at Alumni Stadium, the Ticats’ temporary home 40 minutes north of the Steel City.

The big-play barrage started with Kevin Glenn finding Jabari Arthur for a 52-yard touchdown early in the second quarter, before Maurice Price got in on the fun with a 42-yard major, as both scores came off interceptions of Henry Burris.

Early in the fourth quarter, Glenn found Arthur once again, this time for a 35-yard touchdown, which put the Stamps up 34-11.

Glenn was dialled in, finishing 17-of-26 for 238 yards and three touchdowns. He also tossed a late interception.

Drew Tate added a 16-yard touchdown scamper for good measure, as the Stamps (10-3) have now won 10 or more games for the sixth straight season.

The Ticats fall


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