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IAN BUSBY, DAN TOTH and JEFFERSON HAGEN -- Calgary Sun

, Last Updated: 7:51 AM ET

WEEK 12 (BYE: MONTREAL)

TONIGHT

* B.C. (9-0) AT OTTAWA (5-5), 5 P.M., TSN

LIONS FAVOURED BY 6 1/2

TOTH: Banged up Lions QBs could tip scale in Renegades' favour but don't bet on it. B.C. by 7.

BUSBY: Joseph Bucks the unbeaten trend. 'Gades by 7.

HAGEN: Lions could be ripe for the picking with injury questions at quarterback. Renegades by 6.

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TOMORROW

* CALGARY (4-6) AT EDMONTON (7-3), 7 P.M., TSN

ESKIMOS FAVOURED BY 6 1/2

TOTH: Stampeders' second-half performance on Labour Day suggests they're ready for a breakout game. Calgary by 3.

BUSBY: Stamps finally ready for prime time. Calgary 5.

HAGEN: One school of thought -- Stamps surely had a wakeup call Monday. Another -- Edmonton's just a better team. Eskimos by 7.

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SATURDAY

* HAMILTON (2-8) AT TORONTO (6-4), 1 P.M.,TSN

ARGOS FAVORED BY 8 1/2

TOTH: Argos too good not to provide Labour Day revenge. Toronto by 6.

BUSBY: In theory, this should be a walk. Danny Mac keeps it close. Argos by 3.

HAGEN: In theme with last week's pick -- to say the defending champs will lose twice to the worst team in the league is a stretch. Argos by 10.

* SASKATCHEWAN (4-6) AT WINNIPEG (3-8), 6 P.M.

'RIDERS FAVOURED BY 2 1/2

TOTH: Bombers D should take charge of this rematch. Winnipeg by 7.

BUSBY: Crandell reached a high last week and should keep on building now that Keith is involved. 'Riders by 5.

HAGEN: Saskatchewan won at home. Winnipeg will do the same. Bombers by 5.

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RECORD STRAIGHT UP (LAST WEEK; OVERALL)

TOTH: 1-3; 29-16

BUSBY: 2-2; 27-18

HAGEN: 3-1; 31-14


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