MISSISSAUGA, Ont. Air Max Plus Tn Cheap . -- When Michael (Pinball) Clemons speaks, the Toronto Argonauts listen. The clubs former head coach and current vice-chair delivered an animated 10-minute address to the team following Fridays practice as the Argonauts prepare to host the Edmonton Eskimos. Toronto (4-2) enters Sundays game tops in the CFL East Division and riding a three-game winning streak, while Edmonton (1-5) limps into Rogers Centre in the West basement. Its not the first time Clemons, a star Toronto running back on the field and member of the Canadian Football Hall of Fame off it, has spoken to the Argonauts while a member of the clubs front office. He stood up in front of the team during a losing streak last season and again prior to the Argonauts victory in the 100th Grey Cup. So why have Pinball attend an already spirited practice ahead of a mid-August game against a team tied for last in the league? "I was fortunate to have a surprise visitor and hes always welcome," Argonauts head coach Scott Milanovich said coyly before adding: "Pinball played here, coached here and hes a lifetime Argo -- and then also the best speaker Ive ever been around. Hes one of us and the players feel like hes one of them, and he is. "To have such a dynamic speaker who they feel is part of the family, its just another voice." Argonauts defensive tackle Kalif Mitchell is in his first season with Toronto but sees the value in what Clemons has to offer. "It gives us a perspective of somebody whos not playing, but played the game and also understands how the game should be played," Mitchell said. "He gives it to us raw. He never gives it to us sugarcoated." One treat for the Argonauts so far in 2013 has been the play of veteran quarterback Ricky Ray. The 33-year-old former Eskimos pivot, who has missed one game with a knee injury, is third in CFL passing with 1,355 yards and second in touchdowns with 11, to go along with zero interceptions. But while Ray has completed 34-of-38 passes for 438 yards with five TDs in his last two starts, he and his teammates are taking nothing for granted against the Eskimos. "The challenge when youre playing well and winning football games is to not let up and start going through the motions and think that were playing good right now and well show up for gametime," said Ray, who joined Toronto after a trade with Edmonton before last season. "Weve still got to do the things that have gotten us to this point, which is practise hard, study, and pay attention to all those little details." With a game against the Calgary Stampeders (5-1 heading into Saturdays game against the B.C. Lions) on deck next week, the Argos could be excused for looking past an Edmonton team that will be minus last seasons outstanding defensive player J.C. Sherritt, who is out indefinitely after thumb surgery. But the Eskimos come in off their bye week following close losses of five points to the Montreal Alouettes and one point to Hamilton Tiger-Cats. "We respect all of our opponents not matter what their record is. We just make sure that when we go out we carry ourselves to a certain expectation and a certain standard," Mitchell said. "Every game, no matter what the records or where youve been, the score starts 0-0." Edmontons offence, although last in the CFL, has produced 25.6 points per game in its three previous outings. "Its just about us just going out and playing football. Theres a lot of noise and stuff thats going to surround a 1-5 team. We just have to go play football," Edmonton head coach Kavis Reed said this week. "Theres no extra stress that we can add to ourselves. 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Michael Eubank completed 15-of-29 throws for 125 yards and one touchdown for Samford (7-4), but was intercepted twice during a second half in which the Bulldogs were held scoreless. The Tigers appeared to be looking ahead to next weeks rivalry game with the Crimson Tide early on, as Auburn mustered a paltry 36 yards of offense while being held scoreless over its first four drives. Those struggles enabled Samford to grab a 7-0 edge midway through the second quarter, with Eubank skillfully directing a 7-play, 74-yard series in which the Arizona State transfer completed all five of his throws and capped the trek with a 7-yard strike to Tony Philpot. The touchdown seemed to finally wake up the Tigers, as Marshall hit Sammie Coates deep for a 49-yard gain on the next snap from scrimmage. Two plays later, Bray took a jet sweep along the left side 23 yards to the end zone. 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