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TORONTO -- In Arland Bruce IIIs mind, theres no such thing as a bad win. Roberto Firmino Jersey . Bruces 37-yard TD catch with 2:47 remaining rallied the Montreal Alouettes to a 23-20 win over a short-handed Toronto Argonauts squad Friday night in the regular-season finale for both teams. "Any time you can go home at night and know youve won as a pro athlete, its a great feeling," Bruce said. "If we had been sitting here saying it didnt mean anything, thats a co pout and I dont think any of these guys are looking for a way out. "I know Im not and I dont want anyone around me thinking like that. This is a good win." The game had no bearing on the East Division standings as Toronto (11-7) had cemented top spot to secure home-field advantage for the conference final Nov. 17. Montreal (8-10) was already assured of finishing third and will face the Hamilton Tiger-Cats in semifinal action next weekend in Guelph, Ont. So both teams took vastly different approaches to the contest. Montreal, looking to establish much-needed momentum heading into the playoffs, went with all of its starters while Toronto sat 17 regulars, including quarterback Ricky Ray, as backups Zach Collaros, Trevor Harris and Mitchell Gale all played. But it was Toronto that consistently won the field-position battle and led 19-15 on a conceded safety to start the fourth. Harris erased a 15-11 half-time deficit with an 11-yard TD strike to Darvin Adams at 7:18 of the third but the convert was blocked. "This is pro football, we get paid to play," Bruce said. "Whoever is out there, second string or third string theyre not thinking, Im going to let him do whatever. "Were not even looking who is out there. Theres an opponent out there with a different coloured jersey on. We cant get caught up in that. Now we have to get prepared to go out on the road -- again." Montreal quarterback Troy Smith finished 15-of-28 passing for 197 yards with three TDs and an interception that was returned for a touchdown. For the second straight week the former Heisman Trophy winner struggled in the second half -- completing 7-of-12 passes for 87 yards -- but found an open Bruce to cap a three-play, 71-yard scoring drive, then ran in for two-point convert to give the Als a three-point lead before a Rogers Centre gathering of 22,589. Toronto was poised to get the ball back with just over a minute remaining but Argo Hugo Lopez was penalized for hitting Montreal punter Burke Dales, allowing the Alouettes to maintain possession and run out the clock. "As a quarterback you have to have a short memory," Smith said. "I dont like throwing interceptions, that leaves a bad taste in my mouth. "Even though we got a win, I harp on things like that and I need not do that next time." Montreal interim coach Jim Popp admitted his club played poorly but was buoyed by its ability to erase an early 10-point deficit, then rally late for the victory. "We"ve won here twice this year no matter how people want to look at it," Popp said. "I keep saying it, you need to score 30 points and youre fortunate when you dont and still win. "Bottom line is we won. Two, we came back. Three, we held on to a lead. Those are all positives." So is Montreal playoff ready? "Every game is different," Popp said. "The way our season has gone, who knows next week? "We may be playing great, I have no idea." Toronto was looking for 12 regular-season wins for the first time since 97. A bright spot was running back Jerious Norwood, who ran for 102 yards on eight carries and added four catches for 62 yards despite still adjusting to Canadian football. "The hardest thing for me is the extra defender," Norwood said. "You get into the secondary and you have to beat that extra man." Harris was Torontos most productive quarterback, completing 6-of-9 passes for 110 yards and the TD. John Chiles had four catches for 79 yards. "It was a hard-played game by both teams," Argos coach Scott Milanovich said. "Obviously they made more plays at the end to get the win. "Now we have to focus on being ready for Nov. 17." Matt Black had Torontos other touchdown. Rookie Quinn Sharp had a tough CFL debut, hitting one-of-two converts and one-of-three field goals with two singles. Duron Carter and Bo Bowling scored Montreals touchdowns. Sean Whyte booted two converts and a single. Smiths two second-quarter TD strikes rallied Montreal to a 15-11 half-time advantage. Smith hit Carter, the son of Football Hall of Famer Cris Carter, on a 71-yard touchdown pass at 2:07 to cut Torontos lead to 10-7 at 2:07 before Nicolas Boulay recovered Torontos fumble on the ensuing kickoff. Smith then found Bowling from two yards out at 5:19 to put Montreal ahead 14-10. Whyte, whose miss from 42 yards out was returned 107 yards for the winning TD in last weekends 27-24 loss to Hamilton, missed from 39 yards at 12:25 for the single. Toronto opened the scoring with Black returning a Smith interception 62 yards for the TD at 4:26 of the first. After plunking his first attempt from 28 yards out off the upright, Sharp connected from 42 yards out at 13:18 to put the Argos ahead 10-0. Montreal lost linebacker Juries Hebert, defensive backs Geoff Tisdale and Byron Parker and running back Terrell Sutton all to injury. Popp said he didnt think any of the players would miss the conference semifinal. NOTES: Prior to the game, former CFL star quarterback Russ Jackson helped swear in approximately 100 new Canadians . . . . Montreals Chip Cox registered his club-record 111th tackle of the season with a sack on Torontos opening possession . . . Among the Argos who didnt dress were slotback Andre Durie and linebacker Robert McCune. Durie will finish 14 yards shy of his first career 1,000-yard season while McCune ended up one tackle short of 100 . . . The Alouettes have qualified for the CFL playoffs in 18 straight years, the leagues longest current streak. Toronto is in the post-season for the third time in four seasons . . . Ray is just two completions short of becoming the most accurate passer in CFL history. Calgary offensive co-ordinator Dave Dickenson holds that distinction at 67.534 per cent while Ray is at 67.524 per cent. Virgil van Dijk Jersey . -- Brad Gushue of St. Custom Liverpool Jerseys .C. -- Only two Syracuse teams have won their first 20 games, and C. http://www.footballliverpoolstore.com/Women-Jordan-Henderson-Liverpool-Jersey/ . 5 Trade Deadline is drawing closer and teams will be deciding on whether to buy or sell.Matthias Mayer of Austria won the Olympic downhill in Sochi on Sunday. Mayer finished the Rosa Khutor course in 2 minutes, 6.23 seconds. Christof Innerhofer of Italy won silver and Kjetil Jansrud of Norway won bronze. Canadas Erik Guay finished 10th. Teammates Ben Thompson, Jan Hudec and Manuel Osborne-Paradis finished 19th, 21st and 25th respectively. Pre-race favorite Aksel Lund Svindal fourth and American Bode Miller finished eighth. Mayer was one of the first contenders to come down, with the No. 11 bib, and he hardly celebrated when he reached the finish. But his smile grew wider as all the favorites failed to catch him. Miller was one of the fastest skiers on the top section but lost speed when he hit a gate on a right turn a bit further down. "He pinched it off and went into the gate," Italian skier Dominik Paris said. "It was a critical section there." After crossing the finish, Miller sat down on his skis with a look of bewilderment on his face. That was understandable, considering that the American had dominated two of the three official training sessions. Svindal was also fast on top but lost speed when his large frame went soaring into the air over the big jumps lining the rest of the course. Mayer is short and compact and appeared more aerodynamic over the jumps. Mayeris one of the more surprising gold medalists in the sports marquee race, as he has never before finished better than fifth in a World Cup downhill. But Mayer led the seconnd downhill training session and was third in the opening session. Mohamed Salah Liverpool Jersey. His father, Helmut, won a silver medal in the super-G at the 1988 Calgary Games. Mayer was not even supposed to be Austrias top contender but he was thrust into that position when Hannes Reichelt was sidelined with back surgery after winning the prestigious Kitzbuehel downhill on home snow two weeks ago. Ski-loving Austria has won more mens downhills at the Olympics than any other nation, six of 17, but the last came in 2002 from Fritz Strobl, who happens to be from the same region in southern Austria as Mayer. So is Franz Klammer, who won the 1976 Innsbruck Games downhill. Mayer has had more success in super-G, including a silver medal at the 2008 junior world championships and two second-place World Cup showings. Those super-G skills suited him well for the Olympic downhill course, which was extremely technical. At 3.5 kilometers (2.17 miles), the Rosa Khutor piste was also one of the most physically demanding tests skiers faced all season. With three big jumps, one of which sent skiers soaring into the air for 70 meters (yards), it provided for a spectacular race. However, the stands were only half full at the start due to an apparent traffic problem. They only filled up as the race wore on. Skies were cloudy and the temperature was slightly above freezing. 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