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Als are on top, ‘but I don’t want to get too excited,’ Higgins says

TORONTO — The Alouettes aren’t out of the woods yet. While they’ve won six of their last seven games and technically sit first in the East Division — tied with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats, but holding the tiebreaker if necessary — they’ve yet to secure a playoff berth.
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Herb Zurkowsky: Alouettes' 'tenacious' defence refuses to lose

TORONTO — There are not enough words, it seems, enough adjectives and superlatives to describe the Alouettes’ defence of late. A defence that continues defying the odds and overcoming obstacles; a defence that refuses to succumb to the seemingly daunting hurdles it faces.
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Zurkowsky: Grey Cups capped Calvillo’s legacy

How might history been altered, fates changed and careers defined had the Saskatchewan Roughriders not had 13 men on the field for what should have been the final play of the 2009 Grey Cup?
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Alouettes' defence delivers again

TORONTO — This season has been all about the Alouettes’ defence. So why would it have been any different in Montreal’s most-important game of the year?
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Photos: Als vs. Roughriders, Oct. 13, 2014

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The fall from grace of Alouettes' starting QB Troy Smith

It will live there, some would say in infamy, on the ninth page of this season’s Alouettes media guide — the full-page colour photo of a very serious-looking Troy Smith, clutching a football, dressed in full uniform, standing on the 30-yard line.
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Today's Als game belongs to Calvillo

On a day that belongs to Anthony Calvillo, there’s not enough praise and kudos former coaches and players could lavish on the legendary Alouettes’ quarterback, professional football’s passing leader.
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Montreal Alouettes release former Heisman Trophy winner Troy Smith

MONTREAL – The Montreal Alouettes released quarterback Troy Smith on Thursday.
The former Heisman Trophy winner started the Als’ first six games before being placed on the six-game injured list.
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Alouettes to rely on Sutton against Roughriders

As much as every professional athlete wants to play, he’ll claim opportunity shouldn’t come at the expense of another who has been injured.
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Whitaker remains positive despite injury

It has now been three years running Alouettes tailback Brandon Whitaker has suffered a season-ending injury. That will lead to some speculation the team could move on without him in 2015.
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The Snap: Als players and coaches educated on domestic violence

Under the collective bargaining agreement, a Canadian Football League player’s workday can last no more than 4 1/2 hours between meetings, film review and practice.
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Alouettes face uphill battle for playoff berth

Jim Popp believes it’s going to take a nine-win season in the East Division to qualify for the playoffs, meaning the Alouettes — much like Toronto and Hamilton — must win three of their remaining four games.
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Alouettes return to work following bye week

Slightly more than a week ago, Marc-Olivier Brouillette said he felt old at age 28. But now, following a bye week in the schedule, the Alouettes’ safety said he feels young and rejuvenated again.
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