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In both the East and the West semifinals, the better team won. With Montreal, Jonathan Crompton did what he has done so successfully all year, moving the ball along while depending on others as much as himself - and that is a skill. If you have a quarterback too wrapped up in the all mighty I - as in, I want to do this I want to do that - then there is truly a chance youre going to get a quarterback that makes as many game changing mistakes as game changing plays. Johnathan Cromptons greatest asset may be an absence of ego. He is simply one of the guys on the field and part of the team, not the quarterback leading the team. I thought the Eastern semifinal game changed in the opening drive of the third quarter, when Montreal took the ball and drove the ball 78 yards on nine plays to increase their lead from 15-3 to 22-3, taking over five minutes off the clock in the process. Yet, it was the way they drove that changed the game as well. Driving with good, sound running plays on a Lions defence that is as good as any up front. Tom Higgins, Jeff Garcia, Ryan Dinwiddie and all on the offensive staff should be congratulated on the Allouttes turnaround. But offensive line coach Kris Sweet stands out after the play of his group on Sunday. Sweet is not everyones cup of tea as a coach because of his intensity and history in Edmonton, but he is excelling in Montreal. When you are starting your fourth running back in Brandon Rutley and your team rushes for 207 yards, you know everything came together up front throughout the game. Kevin Glenn had a tough day but in his defence, many quarterbacks have had tough days against Montreal - especially at McGill. Nonetheless going completing just 4 of 15 passes in the first half is a bad outing. The strength for Montreal as they return to Hamilton to avenge their 29-15 Week 20 loss is the rationalization the reason they lost was due to the mistakes they made and not so much what Hamilton did. And that is the right approach to have because it puts in the mind of the team that if we control what we can to control, we will win. Which is true, as long as long you play that way. The sequence of football success is always the same. First, avoid. Avoid game changing mistakes, turnovers, penalties and mental errors . Second, create. Make things happen as individuals and groups of individuals. Execute the basics and fundamentals first and then make the spectacular happen. Third is force. Force the opponent into mistakes by creating everything theyre trying to avoid. Good teams have a force my will on you mentality and, if sustained long enough and with enough intensity, it will happen. Fourth, capitalize. If your opponent makes a mistake, especially if it is unforced, then capitalize on that mistake. Sudden change is extremely significant and when sudden change happens for you, you need sevens to appear as fast as possible. If you can make those four things happen, you will have success. Edmonton followed that recipe as well as any team in the regular season, but entered the post-season limping at quarterback. I have to agree with the masses that if Darian Durant was 100 per cent, the final of 18-10 for Edmonton may have been 18-10 for Saskatchewan. Edmonton, despite all the turnover assistance could not put Saskatchewan away. And based on all that assistance, they should have easily. This week will be about a foot, Mike Reillys foot to be exact. Is it better is it worse, what is it saying, how is it feeling, can he practice on it? Bottom line is, over the next six days it will heal a bit, nothing so dramatic that Reilly will be running again at top speed, but he should be better. Calgary caught a break in the broken bone of the Edmonton quarterback and they know it. I expect Mike Reilly to play but I dont think he will be 100 per cent. There were a lot of game changing moments in the West semifinal but when it was all over, the Saskatchewan Roughriders ran for 47 yards while Edmonton rushed for 150. The lack of a good running game put too much pressure on the quarterbacks, which allowed the Eskimos to create pressure with a blitzing defence. In both the East and West finals, there will be big advantages for home teams; physically rested and mentally sharp. For the visiting teams, both will come into their games playing tough and battle tested. There is little conclusive statistical evidence as to which previous experience is more advantageous, mostly because there are benefits to both. Eventually, it all comes back to avoid, create, force and capitalize. Four of the most important words for football player and in any football game. If theyre evident on Sunday for your team, then youre on your way to Vancouver for the 102nd Grey Cup. If not, time to warm up the TV. The former is much more gratifying than the later, and I speak from experience. Grizzlies Jerseys 2020 . Although Olivetti, a qualifier, had 13 aces, he failed to force a single break-point chance on Gasquets serve and lost his own three times. Gasquet next plays third-seeded Jerzy Janowicz of Poland, who won had 18 aces in a 6-2, 6-4 win against seventh-seeded Edouard Roger-Vasselin of France. Mike Conley Jersey . City, fielding a depleted team having already qualified, was twice pegged back by the plucky Czech champions but substitute Negredo tapped home in the 78th minute and Dzekos header made sure of victory in the 89th. The result kept City three points behind Bayern Munich ahead of their meeting in Germany in two weeks. . -- Crystal Webster avoided elimination at the 2013 Capital One Road to the Roar Olympic pre-trial curling tournament with an 8-5 win over Amber Holland on Thursday. Memphis Grizzlies Pro Shop . Never caused problems. Never raised a ruckus. Never got sick or hurt while frolicking in the fields of Claiborne Farm in Paris, Ky. Marc Gasol Jersey . Hoefl-Rieschs exit — from the downhill course into safety nets, then airlifted from the slope by helicopter — left Anna Fenninger of Austria favourite to win her first giant crystal trophy one month after becoming an Olympic champion.Columbus, OH ( - DAngelo Russell scored 21 points to lead No. 12 Ohio State in a 97-55 rout of North Carolina A&T at Nationwide Arena on Wednesday. Marc Loving and Kam Williams each finished with 15 points and Shannon Scott stuffed the stat sheet with eight points, 12 assists, seven steals and four boards for the Buckeyes (9-1), who won their fourth consecutive game. Bruce Beckford had a game-high 26 points and Arturs Bremers scored 14 for the Aggies (1-11), who dropped their 11th straight contest after winning their season opener against Greensboro. Final Score: (16) Washington 86, Grambling State 38 Seattle, WA ( - Shawn Kemp Jr. netted a career-high 21 points and No. 16 Washington disposed of Grambling State, 86-38, on Wednesday. Robert Upshaw continued his strong play off the bench with 15 points, 15 rebounds and four blocks for Washington (9-0), which shot 50 percent from the field in its tune-up before hosting No. 15 Oklahoma on Saturday. Andrew Andrews scored 16 points and Nigel Williams-Goss flirted with a triple- double in the lopsided victory with nine points, 11 assists and seven rebounds. Final Score: Cincinnati 71, (19) San Diego State 62 (OT) Cincinnati, OH (SportsNetwork.ddddddddddddcom) - Farad Cobbs rainbow left wing 3-pointer hit nothing but net, finally putting a Cincinnati player in double figures. That came with 2:26 left in overtime. Cobb finished with 12 points and the Bearcats defeated No. 19 San Diego State 71-62 on Wednesday night. Cincinnati wound up having three players reach double digits. Troy Caupain posted 12 points, four assists and four rebounds, while Gary Clark added 10 points and five boards for the Bearcats (7-2), who were coming off a 56-55 double overtime loss at Nebraska on Saturday. Final Score: (25) Michigan State 66, Eastern Michigan 46 East Lansing, MI ( - Bryn Forbes totaled 14 points and Travis Trice chipped in 13 as No. 25 Michigan State took down Eastern Michigan by a 66-46 count at Breslin Center. Marvin Clark, Jr. picked up 11 points with six rebounds for the Spartans (8-3), who received 10 points and nine boards from Matt Costello. Raven Lee led the way with 12 points for the Eagles (8-2). Anali Okoloji had seven points and five rebounds in a losing cause. ' ' '
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