This should give B.C. the potent, pick-your-poison offence that can give defences headaches. Let's hope for a good offensive show. It could be a high-scoring game.LIONS TALES: B.C could make as many as eight moves for Saturday’s game but half of them are a result of the dislocated elbow to T.J. Lee that will keep him out four weeks, which has resulted in massive change in the secondary, including the season debut of Steven Clarke at cornerback alongside the returning Anthony Gaitor. Clarke will now have played all five spots in the secondary. Anthony Thompson moves to safety and Loucheiz Purifoy will play alongside Ronnie Yell. The only change based on performance will be to sit LG David Foucault, who did not participate in practice the last two days but could clear concussion protocol Friday, with Charles Vaillancourt. “I’m ready. I’ve been patient for the last six weeks,” Vaillancourt said. Antonio Johnson is also expected to dress in a reserve role. Josh Shirley on the defensive line will start in place of DeQuin Evans (back).
Williams one of a kind for Lions