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

, Last Updated: 8:18 AM ET

WEEK 14 (BYE: HAMILTON)

TONIGHT

* OTTAWA (5-7) AT CALGARY (6-6), 8 P.M., TSN

STAMPS FAVOURED BY 6 1/2

TOTH: Stamps QB Jason Gesser should improve in second start while D will give Renegades fits. Calgary by 7.

BUSBY: The guessing game is over for the backup QB. Calgary by 14.

HAGEN: Can the Stamps win three in a row? Yes. Calgary by 13.

TOMORROW

* TORONTO (7-4) AT SASKATCHEWAN (6-6), 7 P.M., TSN

PICK 'EM

TOTH: Roughies pulled one out of the fire last week and should be able to run against Argos but Marcus Crandell is due for a weak outing. Toronto by 3.

BUSBY: A four-game win streak for the 'Riders? Why not? Saskatchewan by 3.

HAGEN: 'Riders trying to repeat last year's late season comeback. This time it'll fall short. Toronto by 6.

SATURDAY

* B.C. (11-0) AT EDMONTON (7-5), 5 P.M., CBC

LIONS FAVOURED BY 1.

TOTH: Mighty Lions are bound to lose sometime and could struggle adjusting to Edmonton's greasy turf but Eskies aren't in Lions' class. B.C. by 6.

BUSBY: History says the Lions should win. This guy flunked history. Eskimos by 6.

HAGEN: If the Lions are losing at all this season, it will be this one. I guess I'm calling them a perfect team. B.C. by 5.

SUNDAY

* WINNIPEG (4-9) AT MONTREAL (5-6), 11 A.M.

ALOUETTES FAVOURED BY 11 1/2

TOTH: Bombers managed to get back on winning track last week but Als have plenty to prove after almost knocking off unbeaten Leos last week. Montreal by 10.

BUSBY: Als recover from The Call. Montreal by 6.

HAGEN: If not for a major gaffe by The Don, the Als might have beaten B.C. last week. They're on a roll. Montreal by 9.

RECORDS STRAIGHT UP (LAST WEEK; OVERALL)

TOTH: 2-2; 34-19

BUSBY: 2-2; 31-22

HAGEN: 3-1; 35-18


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