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TORONTO -- Grey Cup MVP Kory Sheets is one of five Saskatchewan Roughriders named to the 2013 CFL all-star team. But the Hamilton Tiger-Cats, runners-up in last months CFL championship game, failed to place a single player on the team voted on by the Football Reporters of Canada and the leagues head coaches. The 10-8 Ticats had earlier placed seven players on the East Division all-star team. The Ticats tweeted they are the first team in league history to earn a spot in the Grey Cup without a single CFL all-star. That drew a "LOL" retweet from the Argonauts. The Ticats responded with a "..and we still ended your season. LOL!" tweet from the Hamilton team. That prompted a "and then what happened?" tweet from the Argos, complete with a photo of Saskatchewan quarterback Darian Durant kissing the Grey Cup. Calgary led all clubs with seven CFL all-stars, with running back Jon Cornish adding to a memorable season that has already netted him the leagues Most Outstanding Player and Outstanding Canadian awards. Toronto had five all-stars while Montreal had four, B.C. three, Edmonton two and Winnipeg one. In 2013, Cornish won his second straight rushing title by gaining 1,813 yards, fourth-highest in league history. He also led the league and set a Calgary franchise record with 2,157 yards from scrimmage. His season was marked by nine 100-yard games -- including a Stamps-record five straight -- and a career-best 208-yard outing Oct. 5 against Winnipeg. Sheets ran for more than 100 yards in the first six games of the season and finished tied with a franchise-best nine. In 15 games, he ran 287 times for 1,598 yards and caught 37 balls for 264 yards. The second-year Rider also ran for a Grey Cup-record 197 yards and two touchdowns to help the Roughriders thump the Ticats 45-23. Cornish was one of three unanimous all-star selections. The others were Calgary defensive end Charleston Hughes and Montreal receiver S.J. Green. The other Stampeder all-stars were receiver Marquay McDaniel, offensive tackle Stanley Bryant, kicker Rene Paredes, punter Rob Maver and special-teams player Larry Taylor. Ricky Ray of the Argos got the nod at quarterback, with an all-star backfield of Cornish and Sheets. The receivers were Green, McDaniel, Edmontons Fred Stamps, and Saskatchewans Weston Dressler. Ray, runner-up to Cornish for Most Outstanding Player, had a record-breaking year marred only by injury and the loss to Hamilton in the Eastern final. In 10 games, Ray completed 77.2 per cent of his passes (234 of 303) to erase Dave Dickensons league record of 74 per cent. For Montreal linebacker Chip Cox and Stamps, it was a fourth all-star honours. B.C. defensive tackle Jovan Olafioye and defensive back Ryan Phillips were named all-stars for the third time. Eleven others, including Cornish and Ray, were honoured for a second time. --- CFL All-Stars (x- denotes unanimous choice) Offence Quarterback: Ricky Ray, Toronto. Running Backs: x-Jon Cornish, Calgary; Kory Sheets, Saskatchewan. Receivers: x-S.J. Green, Montreal; Fred Stamps, Edmonton; Marquay McDaniel, Calgary; Weston Dressler, Saskatchewan. Centre: Jeff Keeping, Toronto. Guards: Brendon LaBatte, Saskatchewan; Chris Van Zeyl, Toronto. Tackles: Jovan Olafioye, B.C.; Stanley Bryant, Calgary. Defence Ends: x-Charleston Hughes Calgary; Alex Hall, Saskatchewan. Tackles: Khalif Mitchell, Toronto; Almondo Sewell, Edmonton. Linebackers: Chip Cox, Montreal; Adam Bighill, B.C. Lions; Henoc Muamba, Winnipeg. Cornerbacks: Geoff Tisdale, Montreal; Patrick Watkins, Toronto. Defensive Backs: Jerald Brown, Montreal; Ryan Phillips, B.C. Safety: Tyron Brackenridge, Saskatchewan. Special Teams Kicker: Rene Paredes, Calgary. Punter: Rob Maver, Calgary. Special-Teams Player: Larry Taylor, Calgary. 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This weeks topics include his take on the Kevin Pillar incident, All-Star snubs, the firing of Padres general manager Josh Byrnes and more.MORGANTOWN, W.Va. -- Centre Przemek Karnowskis height advantage helped No. 20 Gonzaga overcome its worst shooting performance of the season. The sophomore scored a season-high 19 points, Kevin Pangos added 18 and the Bulldogs came from 10 points down to beat West Virginia 80-76 on Tuesday night. A 7-foot-1 native of Poland, Karnowski had his way against West Virginias undersized front court, which doesnt have a player over 6-10. Karnowski made 6 of 11 field goals and matched a career high with 13 rebounds for the second double-double of his career. "The guys were finding me," Karnowski said. "I had great passes, I just had to finish them." A 48 per cent free-throw shooter, Karnowski went 7 of 8 from the line. And he had just one foul called on him after spending half of his games in foul trouble, including fouling out twice. "We knew coming in that we had a size advantage," Gonzaga coach Mark Few said. "Pzem did a good job in traffic and finished some plays. The best thing that he did tonight was rebound, because any team that (West Virginias Bob Huggins) coaches is tough and they are going to fight you on the glass." Gonzaga (9-1) held a 43-36 rebound advantage. Eron Harris led the Mountaineers (6-4) with 23 points, but he had just five points in the second half. Juwan Staten added 17 points and Terry Henderson had 15 for West Virginia. "We did a much better job on Harris in the second half," Few said. "He was lighting us up in the first half." The Bulldogs entered the game with the nations best field goal percentage at 54.9 but were held to 44.3 per cent (27 of 61) in their first game on an opponents court this season. Their previous worst was 48.1 per cent in a Nov. 25 loss to Dayton in the Maui Invitational. 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"We are so close to being pretty good, but at the same time, we are so far away." West Virginia had just five turnovers but was held to its second-worst shooting performance of the season at 37.3 per cent (25 of 67). The Mountaineers have lost 13 straight times to ranked opponents. Pangos hit a 3-pointer with 4:09 left to give Gonzaga the lead for good, 68-66. It was the Bulldogs first lead of the second half. Pangos made two more wide-open 3-pointers over the next 2 minutes and Bell made two free throws with 1:52 left to give Gonzaga its largest lead, 76-68. After Pangos was called for a charge into Harris, Staten hit a basket with 51 seconds left to pull West Virginia within 76-74. But the Mountaineers didnt score another field goal the rest of the game. 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