With both teams having qualified for post-season play, you may have thought that both teams would take it easy, rest their starters and just play out the string. Wrong! Such is not the case anytime these two clubs hook up, especially in Hamilton. The Tiger-Cats, you will remember, handed the Argos their inaugural loss of the season, and while they gained revenge on Labour Day, it was as if they still had business to attend to. What transpired was an amazing offensive display of power. RB Robert Drummond got things jump started at 4:45 of the first quarter when he scored the first of four TDs, this one a 3 yard rush. This was followed by a WR Paul Masotti 5 yard receiving TD which made the score 14-0 after one quarter of play. Toronto K Mike Vanderjagt opened up the second quarter scoring with a single which was followed by Drummond’s second major of the day, this one a 1 yard plunge. Drummond got into the act once again at 13:55 following Vanderjagt’s second FG of the game when he bulled his way into the end zone from 6 yards away. This would account for all of the first half scoring as the Argonauts took a decisive 32-0 lead into the locker room. The Toronto offensive machine continued to roll along as Drummond scored from 2 yards out for his fourth TD of the day. Then at 6:58 the Tabbies accounted for their first TD as WR Burt Thornton grabbed a Mike Kerrigan pass for a 17 yard TD. Kerrigan was in the game in place of starter Anthony Calvillo who left with an injury. Thornton got into the act again following a Vanderjagt single, this time he teamed up with Kerrigan for a 30 yard TD. This would account for all of Hamilton’s scoring but reserve Toronto pivot, Marquel Fleetwood went airborne to cap off a 28 yard run making the final from Ivor Wynne, Toronto 47, Hamilton 14.