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Moments after his Brooklyn Nets teammates ran out onto the court to congratulate him following their 100-98 overtime win over the Phoenix Suns on Friday night, Johnson could only shake his head at scoring only 13 points on 6-of-19 shooting. HAMILTON, Ont. -- Zach Collaros couldnt have picked a bigger game to mark his return to the Hamilton Tiger-Cats lineup. The third-year quarterback will play today when Hamilton hosts the Toronto Argonauts. Not only will Collaros make his first regular-season start against his former team but also lead the Ticats into their first-ever game at Tim Hortons Field on Labour Day. Watch live coverage on TSN1, TSN3, TSN4, TSN5 and TSN GO NOW. Listeners in the Toronto region can catch the game on TSN Radio 1050. Collaros has been out since suffering a concussion in a 28-24 loss to Edmonton on July 4. Hes been symptom-free for roughly three weeks and is glad to finally be playing again. "I wouldnt say Im nervous, Im excited to get back on the field," Collaros said Sunday. "You cant play the game nervous or you wont do very well. "Ive got some good friends over there but its a big rivalry for us. I think theyd say the same thing, were not going to be friends for a few hours come gametime." Toronto knows first-hand how effective Collaros can be. He was 5-3 as the starter last year when incumbent Ricky Ray was hurt, leading the Argos to four crucial road wins. "Zachs my kind of guy," Toronto head coach Scott Milanovich said. "Hes just a strong-minded, confident player. "He can run, he can throw but to me his strongest attribute is his competitiveness and the fact hes a winner." The City of Hamilton issued an occupancy permit for Tim Hortons Field Sunday night, though the facility will seat around 18,000 fans, 6,000 short of capacity. The stadium was originally slated for completion June 30 but construction delays forced the Ticats to play their first three regular-season games at McMaster University. The game is an important one for both teams. Its the first of three head-to-head meetings with Toronto (3-6) sitting atop the East Division and Hamilton (1-6) just four points behind. Ray, 34, needs just 90 yards to become the youngest player in CFL history to reach the 50,000-yard plateau. Hed achieve the milestone 10 days ahead of Anthony Calvillo, pro footballs all-time passing leader with 79,816 yards, and become just the sixth player to do so. "Hes one of the greats to play up here," Collaros said of his former mentor. "Im very fortunate to have played behind him for a couple of years. "I learned a lot from him." Ray said Toronto doesnt have a 91-yard TD pass play drawn up that would allow him to quickly record the milestone. But when he does register the achievement, Rays not expecting a rousing ovation from the Hamilton faithful. "I hope they save the ball for me," he chuckled. "This is like one of the best games to play in the CFL and to do it on (Labour Day) would give it an extra special feeling. "This is kind of when the second half of the season kicks off and teams are fighting for their playoff position and its starting to get reeal important.dddddddddddd" Hamilton and Toronto have met 43 times on Labour Day, with the Ticats holding a 29-13-1 edge. For many Steeltown fans, its the most important game of the year but defensive back Jalil Carter said the Argos want to spoil the party at Tim Hortons Field. "We cant let them make their name on us in their new place, thats what its all about," he said. "We hate to ruin it, but we have to say good luck to them." On Sunday, Ticats players and coaches gathered at midfield at Tim Hortons Field and watched a video presentation about the importance of the Labour Day game in Hamilton. "Labour Day is a unique competition between rival teams and rivalries in sports make sport special," said Hamilton coach/GM Kent Austin. "We want rivalries, our fans want a good, tough rivalry. "Without rivalries sports wouldnt be as meaningful and thats what makes it fun." This will be Milanovichs second Labour Day contest with Toronto. He said many players dont fully understand the tradition and history of the contest. "I know I didnt," said Milanovich. "When I was a coach in Calgary I was part of the one with Edmonton but that was a down year for both teams so I didnt get the full taste of it. "In 2012 we had played here prior to the Labour Day Classic and it was significantly different so I dont know if you can explain it. Plus with the opening of the new stadium and all the things that are going to be into play (Monday), it should be a great atmosphere, a great day." Safety Matt Black (arm) and running back Steve Slaton (stinger) are among eight players Toronto added to its 46-man roster. However, after testing his shoulder in the pre-game, slotback Andre Durie will not play. Also activated were receivers Trent Guy and LaVon Brazil, who was released by the Indianapolis Colts after being suspended indefinitely for a second violation of the NFLs substance policy. Slotback Chad Owens (knee) wont play. He was injured in last weekends 41-27 road loss to Edmonton, his first game after missing four starts with a foot ailment. Although the game will be Collaross first against Toronto, Austin said its not a showdown between Collaros and Ray. "Were not playing tennis so Zach doesnt play Ricky but I understand the questions," he said. "Zachs job is to execute the offence as weve constructed it and play one play at a time. "He hasnt played in a while, we understand that. We ask our players to let the game come to them." But Austin said thats sometimes easier said than done with competitive players like Collaros. "He has a very strong desire to excel and play well with his teammates," Austin said. "Hes pretty hard on himself at times, all competitors are. "You dont want to eliminate that because thats part of who he is. But you dont want to seep into where his execution might be hampered." ' ' '

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