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KIRK PENTON -- Winnipeg Sun

, Last Updated: 8:11 AM ET

B.C. LIONS

- Head coach Wally Buono seemed rather irked that his team's eight-game winning streak was squashed by the lowly Stampeders on Friday. "We got beat by a better football team tonight," he told reporters.

CALGARY STAMPEDERS

- With the arrival of Khari Jones, there are five quarterbacks in the stable. Marcus Crandell (hand) is expected to miss the rest of the season, so it appears either Tommy Jones or Tommy Denison is about to go.

EDMONTON ESKIMOS

- Some are questioning the health of QB Jason Maas' throwing shoulder after the loss to the Argos. He said he just played poorly. "I feel terrible," Maas told the Edmonton Journal. "The Hamilton game can't get here soon enough for me."

HAMILTON TIGER-CATS

- Former University of Manitoba Bisons kicker Jamie Boreham, who has missed the last four games with a concussion, is expected to be back in action on Friday when they host the Eskimos.

MONTREAL ALOUETTES

- The Als may have laid the boots to the Bombers on Saturday night, but the injury bug hit them hard. Lost were LB Kevin Johnson (knee), OL Scott Flory (knee) and DT Robert Brown (calf).

OTTAWA RENEGADES

- Following their 36-22 loss to the Roughriders, the Ottawa Sun asked QB Kerry Joseph what was wrong with the offence: "I have my own opinion on that, but I'll keep it to myself." Not good.

SASKATCHEWAN ROUGHRIDERS

- Rumblings that QB Nealon Greene (leg) will return this season don't look like they'll pan out. "(I'll play) next year for sure; it better be (healed) or I'll hang the shoes up for sure," he told The Leader-Post.

TORONTO ARGONAUTS

- Former Bomber Arland Bruce III returned a Sean Fleming punt 81 yards for a touchdown Saturday night as the Argos downed the Eskimos 26-17. It's his second punt return TD in just three games.


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