The Saskatchewan Roughriders made the Ti-Cats look like kittens with a 38-11 win Sunday.


The Saskatchewan Roughriders brought the fans at Mosiac Stadium to their feet Sunday as they hammered Hamilton 38-11.

Kerry Joseph had another big game for the Riders, throwing for 261 yards and one touchdown, and running for two majors.

Joseph and Corey Holmes led the team running for 33 yards.  Holmes also led the team with 89 yards receiving.

Going into the game the Riders had already clinched a home playoff game, due to Winnipeg's win over Calgary Friday.   November 11th's Western Semi-Final will be the first home playoff game for Saskatchewan since 1988.

Saskatchewan is still in the hunt for top spot in the West, their 11-5 record and 22 points has them three back of first place BC.

The Roughriders are in Edmonton Friday and wrap up the regular season November 3rd at home against Toronto, while BC has games against Hamilton and Calgary.