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--With Noah Picton on the sidelines due to injury, Seb Britton got the start at quarterback for the Regina Rams in a must-win game and he came through.. Britton threw for 273 yards and two touchdowns as Regina beat Alberta 32-17. It was the first game for the team since having their three wins taken away from them because of an ineligible player.
--Jeremiah Masoli threw four touchdown passes---three to Luke Tasker as the Ti-Cats beat Toronto 34-20. Hamilton and Ottawa are now tied for first in the East. The Ti-Cats are 8-7 while Ottawa is 8-6 and in Edmonton Saturday.
--Caleb Holley returns to the Riders lineup Saturday in Winnipeg. He takes the spot of Jordan Williams-Lambert on the roster. Mich'ael Brooks also returns to the lineup and will suit up at defensive tackle for the green-and-white. Game time is noon on 620 CKRM with the pre-game show starting at 9
--The Pats took a 3-0 lead in Cranbrook and held on to beat the Kootenay Ice 3-2 for their 2nd win of the season. Regina will conclude a three-game road trip through the Central Division on Sunday.
--Milwaukee made it 12 straight wins with a 6-5 win over the Dodgers in Game 1 of the NLCS. Game 2 is Saturdayafternoon in Milwaukee. The ALCS starts in Boston Saturday night as the Red Sox entertain Houston.
Calling Lil' Chris Jones [Christion]. Where are you Lil' Chris Jones? You're needed immediately on the Saskatchewan Roughriders roster.
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