I'm sticking again with my mantra that you need over 30 points to beat McMaster.

As McMaster extends their winning streak the defense continues to make plays and set up scoring opportunities, tightening up in the red zone limiting points, and just frustrating opposing offenses.

McMaster will score over 30 points and Quinlan is a big game player. Other than the first half against Western there has been no pressure on McMaster to perform at any level other than conservative and to manage games.

Calgary may bring a different scenario to Hamilton, Lumbala can certainly run the ball, but they'll need to do more to get enough points on the scoreboard.

Early thoughts on the game have me on McMaster winning 38 -24 (O30U) I think Calgary, like Western, has enough fire power to get into the end zone, just not enough times to win.