Awards aside, Argo focuses on winning a title

TERRY KOSHAN, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 10:03 AM ET

TORONTO -- To sway football reporters and the league's eight head coaches, as he wound up third in voting in the East Division for most outstanding offensive lineman. Hamilton Tiger-Cats centre Marwan Hage will represent the East in the category, while Josh Bourke of the Montreal Alouettes also received more votes than Murphy. Weird.

"Doesn't matter to me at all," Murphy said. "I'm confident with how I played this year. Let anyone turn on the film and watch it. I know Marwan and he is a good guy, and hopefully he wins it."

Murphy, when he was with the B.C. Lions, was voted the CFL's most outstanding lineman in 2006 and 2007.

"In 2006, when I probably had my best year, I gave up one sack," Murphy said. "But this year, no sacks. Accolades are icing on the cake, but it's all about trying to focus on winning the Grey Cup."


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