VANCOUVER - Kevin Glenn threw for over 400 yards, including a touchdown pass to Emmanuel Arceneaux, and ran another in himself Friday as the B.C. Lions survived an up-and-down performance to defeat the Hamilton Tiger-Cats 36-29.
Andrew Harris also had a rushing TD for the Lions (4-3), while Paul McCallum kicked five field goals.
B.C. was coming off a 25-24 come-from-behind road victory against the Calgary Stampeders and picked up its second win at home in 2014.
Brandon Banks returned a punt 97 yards for a touchdown for the Tiger-Cats (1-5), who were coming off a heart-breaking 27-26 last-second loss to the Winnipeg Blue Bombers last week.
Hamilton quarterback Dan LeFevour ran in another touchdown for the visitors, while Justin Medlock booted five field goals.
B.C. took a 27-26 lead into the fourth quarter in the seesaw matchup and Glenn engineered a drive that resulted in McCallum's 32-yard field goal to stretch the advantage to four.