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JIM BENDER -- Winnipeg Sun

, Last Updated: 7:35 AM ET

B.C. LIONS

- The Leos were sporting T-shirts trumpeting the 'Psycho Squad' last week. "Don't misinterpret the message," head coach/GM Wally Buono told The Toronto Sun. "The point is, we're trying to sell an attitude of frenzy ... It's just coaching philosophy, I guess."

CALGARY STAMPEDERS

- Calgary head coach Tom Higgins is contemplating a two-QB system since Henry Burris has struggled in the early going, he told the Calgary Herald.

EDMONTON ESKIMOS

- Eskimo LB Singor Mobley had no problems with the defence carrying the load for the offence during Edmonton's win over Winnipeg. "We love to carry the load -- to put it on our shoulders," he told the Edmonton Journal. But the Esks' 'D' wasn't on the field for 78 snaps like Winnipeg's.

HAMILTON TIGER-CATS

- The Tiger-Cats dropped to 0-3 with Sunday's loss to Saskatchewan. The last time the 'Cats opened 0-3, they finished the season 1-17 (2003).

MONTREAL ALOUETTES

- OL Dave Mudge -- who will play his first game for the Als against his old team this Friday -- was told that he was acquired from Winnipeg as insurance because OL Scott Flory is playing out his option.

OTTAWA RENEGADES

- Renegades owner Bernie Glieberman has noticed a distinct change in the CFL since he was last involved. "Today, the owners can carry the teams," he told The Ottawa Sun. "The league is well run now. It's on top of everything."

SASKATCHEWAN ROUGHRIDERS

- The Roughies are gearing up to play their old QB, Henry Burris, in Calgary Saturday. "I'm already sick of hearing his name," LB Reggie Hunt told the Regina Leader-Post.

TORONTO ARGONAUTS

- DL Noah Cantor took the entire team out for a BBQ lunch at Vera's Burger Shack, a franchise he owns in Vancouver, before the game vs. the Lions. He must have fed the O-linemen too much -- they had their hands full trying to stop the pass rush.


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