Hamilton now has a chance to win the Gray Cup at home next Sunday
It was a dramatic comeback that touched the hearts of Argo fans.
Hamilton Tiger-Cats loyal players have the chance to see the Steeltown team win the championship at home in the Gray Cup final next Sunday.
“It was great, but I was a little nervous at first,” said reassuring Kelly McCallow, who lives in Hamilton.
She admitted that the team was quite depressed until the second half of the game as the team drew 12-0 after the first half.
“I was worried because they were acting stupid to me.”
Despite the costly fumble and slow start, her team won a rough 27-19 victory.
“The results were great and a bit nervous, but that’s the way Ti-Cats has always played. They gave us a lot of excitement,” said Ti-Cats fan Mike Orb. Said when he left the BMO field.
It was a big disappointment for Argos fans — especially after Double Blue failed to lead 12-0.
“If Argos could get a touchdown instead of a field goal, I think we could have participated in it,” said Joan Weston.
“It was a great game. Hamilton deserved everything they got. I hate to say that,” added season ticket holder Dave Mahal. “But Hamilton hasn’t won the Gray Cup, so I’m very happy to win.”
“You certainly need to give Hamilton a big up,” said Jay, who was initially confident in Toronto’s chances after Argos had an impressive all-season show. “It was just a shame. It was a tough third quarter.”
His friend Kavs agreed: And in the second half, our attacks were everywhere. “
Some fans also said they felt safe despite the pandemic while in a crowd of 21,492 fans.
“We took precautions and spent time with comfortable people,” said Dave Waters, wearing a mask and a pointed blue wig. “Being outdoors is not a big deal for me.”
After a dramatic comeback vs Argos, Ti-Cats fans taste the win
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