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Alouette fighting to defeat Rough Rider for 2 consecutive weeks

After winning 37-13 last week, this task will be even more difficult before the noisy fans gather at the Mosaic Stadium in Saskatchewan.

Alouettes quarterback Trevor Harris completed 16 of 22 passes for 262 yards and avoided turning the ball over last week against the Roughriders.
Alouette's quarterback Trevor Harris has 22 passes at 262 yards. Completed 16 passes and avoided. Last week, I flipped the ball against a rough rider.Photo courtesy of Allen McInnis/Montreal Gazette

Regina — at home before all athletes help Fans who enjoy playing, there's something about going the way to stir up Trevor Harris's competitive juice.

"I don't know what that is, but since I was in college, I love playing on the go," said Alouette's veteran quarterback on Friday. Told to. "It feels like something different is happening. I've always enjoyed throwing in the crowd and listening to the gasping of the group. That's exciting.

"I don't know if it has anything to do with proving that people are growing wrong. I've always enjoyed it. I can't put my fingers down. I like playing at home. Not that it isn't. "

Harris fulfills his desire on Saturday night(7 pm, TSN1, TSN3, RDS, TSN Radio-690)Ars Saskatchewan Ruff Riders, who are aiming for two consecutive victories in just over a week, before the crowds of the noisy Mosaic Stadium on Saturday's weekend in Canada.

The Riders venue, along with Winnipeg's IG Field, will attract the most noisy and noisy fans of the CFL.

Montrealwon the first match of regular season 37-13at Molson Stadium on June 23 with an asterisk. Saskatchewan played his second road game in five days and traveled cross-country after just one day of complete practice.

This time it's probably more difficult to beat the rider. Historically, Saskatchewan has been a strong home team, boasting a 5-2 record last season.

"I know the fans are violent, excited and excited," says Harris. "It's our responsibility to do better than last week. Unfortunately, we have to be able to finish the drive ... and be able to hit the touchdown."

Ars's 37 points last week were fooled by Vernon Adams Jr. after being replaced last week at the firststart of the season, given Harris. rice field. In Toronto — Generated one offensive touchdown. David Kote kicked five field goals andChandler Worthyreturned the opening kick-off for score and safety. Mark Antoine decoy returned another major passcut.

"Each person I have brings a little bit of comfort and timing every day," he said, managing the game well, completing 16 out of 22 passes at 262 yards and flipping the ball. Harris, who avoided that, said. "I feel the depth of the route at the receiver and the angle at which the receiver wants to go. I'm just trying to get out there."

Ars is an injured veteran center Sean Jamie Son will be gone — he will be replaced byDavid Brown— but they welcome the return of receiver Jake Winike, who was hindered by the hamstring, injured and still in production Is not ... Wieneke, who led all receivers in 11 touchdowns last season, was undressed last week and couldn't catch a pass against Toronto.

Defensively, linebackers Chris Ackie and Adarius Pickett are undressed due to injury. Meanwhile, Defensive Harness Almondo Sewell is a healthy scratch who became a father this week. Sewell had two of Als' eight quarterback sack last week, and his absence will definitely be felt. Michael Wakefield should receive additional play time while Canada's Vincent de Jardin debuts in Montreal. Seawell's departure created a non-imported opening filled by Antonio Simmons at the rush end off the practice roster.

"Whenever you lose such a man, it will always affect you," head coach Khari Jones said of Seawell. "I think we're okay. To put pressure on the quarterback, we do a lot of defense in the scheme. Fortunately, it doesn't necessarily depend on one person. He Makes a difference, there is no doubt about it, and he made a difference in the previous game.

"It's difficult. No doubt. They are home. I'm playing in and hurt in the last game I'm sure. They want to prove they're also top teams. It's going to be a fight, but we're heading for it. I think. "

Jones denied affecting the team, but Ars was delayed in arriving at Regina because the bus to Mirabel Airport was delayed due to charter flights. Jones decides to cancel the scheduled walkthrough training.

"There were some problems during my time here," Jones said. "The guys react well to it. They don't worry about it. Don't worry. It's just part of the business we're working on. Sometimes it doesn't work. Don't get too involved in it. You just move forward. "

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