Chad Kackert can put a small feather in his cap.
The Toronto Argos running back finished with 139 yards on 20 carries, the first time this year a running back has hit triple figures against the Eskimos.
"How about that," said Kackert. "Not to happy about (the result), to be honest with you."
Kackert, from the University of New Hampshire, got a chance to show his stuff when Cory Boyd went down with a knee injury.
Kackert found the end zone twice in the first half as the Argos build up a 17-1 lead.
That gave him five touchdowns in the three games since he's been tapped the shoulder to replace Boyd.
"I'm doing what I can and the offensive line has been doing a great job," said Kackert. "They were opening up the holes and protecting the quarterback. That makes it easy to do our job."
Kackert broke several 20-plus-yard runs.
Kackert hits triple digits for Argos
Edmonton Sun | Jul 30