Here they are, your morning headlines:
They had a home crowd of 44,000, they were up 14-0 and the hot dogs in double blue were loading up on the mustard. Then what? It all fell apart, and the Montreal Alouettes are going to the Grey Cup against the Edmonton Eskimos.
Damien Cox on the popcorn moment: "It was time to think of the T.O. Argonauts, not T.O. the pariah." Not that it hinged on that, but yeah, the thought did cross my mind that it was a little early, and the playoffs are not exactly the right forum, to be heading for the concession booth. (It also pales beside the latest from Chad Johnson).
As Jim Byers notes, the next act for the Argos may well be breaking up this old gang.
This was a role reversal: While the Argos imploded, the Raptors did all the things you're supposed to do down the stretch of a tight game. They made stops, limited second chances, hit shots. And wouldn't you know it, they're no longer winless.
In the NFL, we give you the Indianapolis Colts, and a scary development for the rest of the league. They won with defence to start the season, and now Manning & Co. are turning up the offence.
The biggest tremor over in Europe this past weekend? No, it wasn't a Roy Keane press conference. This was the end of the galacticos.