Jon Cornish rumbled for 170 yards and a touchdown to lead the Calgary Stampeders to a 31-20 win over the Hamilton Tiger-Cats on Thursday night at Ivor Wynne Stadium.
That snapped Hamilton's 3-game winning streak.
Both teams are 3-and-3.
Cornish had 6 carries for -1 yard in his previous game against the B.C. Lions.
Calgary's Kevin Glenn did just enough to beat his former teammates in Black & Gold, throwing for 141 yards and a touchdown to Nik Lewis.
Lewis also extended his streak to 146 straight games with at least one reception.
Cats QB Henry Burris ended his night 21-of-40 for 267 yards, a touchdown and an interception.
Tiger-Cats head coach George Cortez says receiver Andy Fantuz sat out most of the second half after taking a hit to the head.
The Chatham native was left to sit in the Ticats dugout, but didn't seem to be adversely affected by the hit.
Cortez says they wanted to be extra cautious, as all teams do nowadays.
Despite missing a good chunk of the game, Fantuz ended up with a team high 6 receptions for a game high 77 yards.
Hamilton also lost centre Marwan Hage to an elbow injury and linebacker Carlos Thomas to an unknown injury.
All three will be re-evaluated today.
Hamilton visits 1-and-5 Winnipeg next Thursday night on AM900 CHML, brought to you by Terra, Canada's toughest safety boots.