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TERRY JONES, JONATHAN HUNTINGTON and CON GRIWKOWSKY -- Edmonton Sun

, Last Updated: 8:05 AM ET

TONIGHT

WINNIPEG AT HAMILTON, 5 P.M.

JONES: Bombers have been living lucky lately. Tiger-Cats get some breaks. HAMILTON BY 3.

HUNTINGTON: The Bombers are riding a huge wave of confidence. They'll easily beat Hamilton, especially if Jason Maas doesn't start. WINNIPEG by 14.

GRIWKOWSKY: Maas finally gets going. HAMILTON BY 3.

PIGGY: Ticats are at home and it's Friday night. Perfect mix for a win. HAMILTON BY 3.

MONTREAL AT EDMONTON, 8 P.M.

JONES: Eskimos have to get their spit together now, or spit is going to happen. EDMONTON BY 3.

HUNTINGTON: The Esks usually bounce back from a very ugly loss with a win. This team also looked sharp in practice this week. EDMONTON by 3.

GRIWKOWSKY: The Don dates women and beats coaches half his age. MONTREAL BY 10.

PIGGY: Red-faced Esks rebound. EDMONTON BY 10.

TOMORROW

BRITISH COLUMBIA AT TORONTO, 5 P.M.

JONES: Argos should bring in the cast of M*A*S*H for the game. B.C. by 12.

HUNTINGTON: Very interesting game. If Damon Allen and John Avery had at least one game under their belt, the Argos would win. B.C. by 6.

GRIWKOWSKY: Damon needs another week's rest. B.C. by 10.

PIGGY: Leos on a roll after last week's win in Cowtown. LIONS by 7.

SATURDAY

CALGARY AT SASKATCHEWAN, 8 P.M.

JONES: There could be a four-way tie for first (or last) in the West after this weekend. SASKATCHEWAN by 1.

HUNTINGTON: Henry Burris has never lost to his old team. The trend continues. CALGARY by 15.

GRIWKOWSKY: Stamps finally snap their losing streak. CALGARY BY 6.

PIGGY: Hank finally has a crappy game in Regina. RIDERS by 15.

LAST WEEK: JONES 2-2; HUNTINGTON 2-2; GRIWKOWSKY 2-2; PIGGY 1-3

RECORD: JONES 10-12; HUNTINGTON 14-8; GRIWKOWSKY 11-11; PIGGY 15-7


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