Inside the CFL: Sun setting on Als in East, Bombers rising in West

Inside the CFL: Sun setting on Als in East, Bombers rising in West
Trevor Harris throws three TDs, Redblacks rout Alouettes for third straight win
Montreal Alouettes head coach Jacques Chapdelaine confers with reciever Nik Lewis during second half of Canadian Football League game against the Ottawa Redblacks in Montreal Thursday August 31, 2017. John Mahoney / Montreal Gazette.

Ottawa Redblacks wide receiver Joshua Stangby is tackled by Montreal Alouettes defensive back Tyree Hollins during first quarter CFL football action Thursday, August 31, 2017 in Montreal. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Paul Chiasson. MONTREAL — The
Former Edinboro star Trevor Harris passed for 343 yards and three touchdowns Thursday night as the Ottawa Redblacks routed the Montreal Alouettes 32-4 in a CFL game. Harris completed 32-of-41 passing attempts and had touchdown passes of 2, 17 and

In their past three games, all victories, the Redblacks have shown the swagger you'd expect out of a team with many players who last November earned the right to have their names etched into the Grey Cup. Tim Baines, Postmedia More from Tim Baines,

Greg Ellingson Ottawa Redblacks wide receiver Greg Ellingson, right, celebrates his touchdown against the Montreal Alouettes with teammates Joshua Stangby, left, and Brad Sinopoli during CFL action on Aug. 31, 2017. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Paul

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