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

, Last Updated: 7:30 AM ET

WEEK 16 (BYE: CALGARY)

TONIGHT

* HAMILTON (3-10) AT OTTAWA (5-9), 5:30 P.M., TSN

'GADES FAVOURED BY 2 1/2

TOTH: Key late-season personnel moves give Tabbies a boost. Hamilton by 3.

BUSBY: Without Davis, Tabbies don't have as much balance. 'Gades by 5.

HAGEN: What in the name of Glieberman is going on in Ottawa? Can you believe, we're betting on the Shabby Tabbies? Hamilton by 7.

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TOMORROW

* MONTREAL (7-6) AT SASKATCHEWAN (8-6), 5 P.M., TSN

'RIDERS FAVOURED BY 2 1/2

TOTH: Roughies fans will be pleased to know for sixth straight week I'm picking 'Riders to lose. Montreal by 2.

BUSBY: Up-on-blocks 'Riders get grounded. Als by 7.

HAGEN: Shocking to say it but the 'Riders are for real. Saskatchewan by 6.

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MONDAY

* EDMONTON (8-6) AT TORONTO (8-5), 11 A.M., CBC

ARGOS FAVOURED BY 2 1/2

TOTH: Trade shakes up Eskies coming off a dismal outing last week in Hamilton. Edmonton by 3.

BUSBY: Alarm bells went off in Edmonton last week. Sirens should be ringing this week. Argos by 3.

HAGEN: Eskimos will finally realize the stakes of winning and losing in a tight West race. Edmonton by 7.

* B.C. (11-2) AT WINNIPEG (4-10), 2 P.M., CBC

NO LINE DUE TO DICKENSON INJURY

TOTH: Even without a healthy starting QB or placekicker, Lions still hold an edge. B.C. by 7.

BUSBY: Bombers have completely given up. Lions by 12.

HAGEN: B.C. had better not think they have nothing to play for. B.C. by 10.

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RECORDS ARE STRAIGHT UP (LAST WEEK; OVERALL)

TOTH: 2-2; 38-23

BUSBY: 2-2; 37-24

HAGEN: 1-3; 38-23


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