OT heartbreak once more as Tiger-Cats blow large result in Calgary – Hamilton


The Hamilton Tiger-Cats blew a 24-0 lead within the second quarter and dropped their dwelling opener Saturday evening in extra time, dropping 33-30 in opposition to the Calgary Stampeders.

4 days after the start of his first little one, Dane Evans threw for 425 yards and three touchdowns. However he was intercepted twice and had the ball ripped out of his arms throughout a QB sneak late within the sport by Calgary’s Titus Wall, who ran it again for a forty five yard landing to tie the sport 27-27.

Rene Paredes kicked 4 area objectives, together with the game-tying boot from 39 yards out as time expired within the fourth quarter, after which added a 35 yarder in OT, giving the Stampeders their first lead within the contest and the victory.

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Evans accomplished 36 of his 51 cross makes an attempt and tossed TDs to Sean Thomas Erlington, Steven Dunbar Jr. and Tim White as Hamilton carried a 24-3 lead into halftime.

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White made 11 catches for 131 yards and a rating and teammate Bralon Addison caught eight passes for 96 yards. Erlington ran the ball 5 occasions for 18 yards and hauled in seven passes for 72 yards and one landing.

Calgary outscored the Ticats 30-6 within the second half and the extra time interval. QB Bo Levi Mitchell rallied his group with landing throws to Luther Hakunavanhu and Reggie Begelton within the third and fourth quarters, respectively.

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Hamilton’s Michael Domagala transformed all three of his area objective makes an attempt from 18, 21 and 39 yards however missed an additional level kick.

The loss was eerily paying homage to the 2021 Gray Cup closing wherein the Cats misplaced in extra time in opposition to the Blue Bombers.

Hamilton’s subsequent sport is June 24 in Winnipeg, once they go to the two-time defending champions for a rematch of the final two Gray Cup finals.

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