Bomber game means squat? No problem!

KIRK PENTON -- Winnipeg Sun

, Last Updated: 12:24 PM ET

By the time the Winnipeg Blue Bombers and Calgary Stampeders kick off tonight, there's a good chance the game will mean squat.

The Stamps are already locked in second place in the West, while the Bombers could be going no higher or lower than third in the East.

Therefore, you'll need some fun to pass the time. Here are a few things to do tonight if the game turns into a don't-get-hurt kind of affair:

- Count the number of times Calgary coach Tom Higgins claps. You won't be able to do it, though, because no one can count that high.

- Predict the play before it happens! If Bomber running back Charles Roberts' shoulders sag in the huddle, Winnipeg is passing.

- Guess how many words Bomber head coach Doug Berry will say during his half-time interview with TSN/CKY's Shawn Churchill. The over/under is five.

- Look waaaaay up to the top row of the temporary south end zone seats. Imagine what the temperature will be on Nov. 19. Then discuss among your pals how much the Bombers should be paying YOU to sit up there for the Grey Cup.

- Giggle when Calgary receivers Jeremaine Copeland and Nik Lewis try to trash talk but can't because their faces are frozen.

- Make a guess as to what colour Stamps linebacker Scott Coe's hair is before he takes his helmet off. If it's a colour you don't recognize, make up your own name for it.

- Predict the moment when Bomber quarterback Kevin Glenn's head will explode, as he tries desperately to determine who his go-to receiver is: Milt Stegall or Derick Armstrong.


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