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Published on September 2, 2013 11:48 AM by dbo.
Hardly worth responding to, but another crack job (29,600 divided by 13,000 is hardly 3 times) by Perry Lefko saved up for page views on Labour Day weekend. Lefko used to be a respected sports journalist by this reader, but since he went to Rogers to practice their brand of unedited, sensationalist web tripe, he is not worth reading.
No mention of Rogers in the situation, providing only 9 home dates for the Argos this year (their preseason game had to be moved to Varsity Stadium) and forcing them to a Tuesday game on Labour Day weekend. So their had to be a game in Toronto in Week 10, so the point about planning for Alumni Stadium for a Labour Day Monday game there is moot (plan for 10 years, but if its move in day for students, the University doesn’t want 13,000 football fans on campus).
So lets just plug Hamilton into these Toronto back-to-back games without examining exactly what it does to the schedule. Simple answer when you don’t do any research. Typical Canadian complaining and showing superiority in identifying the problem without trying to understand the issue, just chalking it up to incompetence.