Hogan: Argonauts cope with injury problems

The Toronto Argonauts recently became the first team in CFL history to play four consecutive games on the road and win them all. As Mike Hogan of TSN Radio 1050 writes, what makes the accomplishment even more amazing is that it came without the services of two major players. ...more

Hogan: Argonauts vs. Tiger-Cats rivalry renewed

They have met on 216 occasions in the regular season, plus many more times in the playoffs. The Rogers Centre and the site of the new Tim Hortons Field in which the two gridiron competitors call home are a mere 70 kilometres apart. It's one of the best rivalries in Canadian sport. It's the Toronto Argonauts and the Hamilton Tiger-Cats. TSN Radio 1050's Mike Hogan has more. ...more

Hogan: Argos keeping things loose in the locker room

A football season can be a long, arduous affair and any break from the tedium is much appreciated. As Mike Hogan of TSN Radio 1050 writes, there's no one player providing all the laughs on the Argonauts like Adriano Belli last season, it's more comedy by committee. ...more

Hogan: Argonauts QB Ray is in the zone

There is little question that Toronto Argonauts quarterback Ricky Ray has been incredibly hot of late, but is he in 'the zone?' So in a little over two games of actual playing time what have the numbers been? Try 64-73 passing (87.7% completion rate), 851 yards, eight touchdowns and zero interceptions. So he's definitely in 'the zone.' ...more

Hogan: Argos vs. Riders game will feature York U reunion

It doesn't have the history of Queen's or Western. It doesn't produce CFL players like Laval or the University of Calgary. But when the Saskatchewan Roughriders visit the Argos in Toronto on Thursday there will be a focus on a CIS program without a winning tradition or a national championship; York University. TSN 1050 Radio's Mike Hogan has more. ...more

Hogan: Argonauts counting on homegrown talent

The road to the 2012 Grey Cup was not comprised of yellow brick. The final ingredient that provided the Toronto Argonauts with enough extra courage and heart to win the championship may have come from what the memorable quartet from movie lore was searching for all along - home. ...more

Hogan: Argos present meets Argos past

The natural grass of old Varsity Stadium may have been replaced by the artificial surface of the current configuration, but the pre-season game between the Toronto Argonauts and the Montreal Alouettes will be played on the closest thing the CFL has to sacred ground. TSN 1050 Radio's Mike Hogan has more. ...more

Hogan: Argos have difficult decisions to make at receiver

It's a good position to be in, but it's still not ideal. After the first round of player cuts, the Toronto Argonauts find themselves with a glut of import receivers. While it's better to have too many talented players than too few, it doesn't mean things are going to be easy for head coach Scott Milanovich. ...more

Hogan: Argos title defence starts in Winnipeg's new stadium

As TSN 1050 Radio's Mike Hogan writes, there's not a championship ring on the line but that doesn't mean there won't be pressure on members of the Toronto Argonauts, as they kick off the 2013 season in Winnipeg this evening. The game can be heard live on TSN 1050 Radio or at at 8pm et/5pm pt. It will also be rebroadcast in its entirety on TSN 1050 at midnight. ...more

Hogan: Ray, Kackert lead what should be potent Argo offence

When the Toronto Argonauts captured the 100th Grey Cup, the offence was led by two key members; quarterback Ricky Ray and running back Chad Kackert. As Mike Hogan of TSN Radio 1050 writes, both are back this year and both are much more comfortable in their surroundings. ...more

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