Lulay throws 4 TDs for 43-10 win
Sep 8, 2012 / 7:52 pm
Travis Lulay wanted to put on a show â€” and he did.
The BC quarterback threw four touchdown passes as the BC Lions thumped the Montreal Alouettes 43-10 in CFL action Saturday.
The Lions (7-3) retained sole possession of first place in the West Division while avenging a 30-25 loss to the Als in Montreal eight days earlier.
"Any time you get a chance to play a team a second time in a row, you want to make amends for that first one," said Lulay. "Today, we did a good job of that."
With the loss, the Als (6-4) found themselves in a share for first place in the East with Toronto after the Argos beat Hamilton 45-31 earlier in the day.
Lulay completed 23 of 31 pass attempts for 262 yards as the Lions posted their fifth win in six games. His four TDs, which matched a career high set 2011, came in part from the pressure he felt facing legendary Alouettes quarterback Anthony Calvillo and his talented offence.
"You know you've got to put points on the board," said Lulay. "For us to be able to do that early in the game,” we had 20 points going into half-time, that's absolutely huge."
Shawn Gore, Marco Iannuzzi, Nick Moore and Ernest Jackson recorded touchdown receptions for B.C., which was missing Geroy Simon. The veteran slotback missed his first game in four years with a hamstring injury suffered in the previous meeting between the teams in Montreal.
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