A look at the top 10 games on the 2014 CFL schedule that was released Wednesday:
Toronto at Winnipeg, June 26
Not only is this the first game on the slate, but it will feature former Bombers head coach Tim Burke going back to Investors Group Field as Toronto's defensive co-ordinator. Over/under on the number of times TSN shows Burke in the booth: 36 1/2.
Hamilton at Saskatchewan, June 29
It's a Grey Cup rematch to cap opening week, although Hamilton's two trips to the Queen City last season were ones to forget. They got pummelled 37-0 in July and then got battered 45-23 in the Grey Cup in November. No Henry Burris for the Ticats, though, gives this game a different dimension.