Preseason Week 1
Preseason Week 2
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The second of three meetings in 2016 between the Calgary Stampeders and Winnipeg Blue Bombers kicks off on Thursday evening at 6:30 pm MDT from Manitoba’s Investors Group Field. The Red and White, currently sitting at 1-1-1 and coming off a Week 4 bye, will clash with the 1-3 Bombers, who recently suffered a 20-16 defeat to the Edmonton Eskimos. Looking to pick up their first road win of the season will be the Stamps as Calgary dropped a Week 1 decision in Vancouver and were forced to ...
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The Calgary Stampeders took sole possession of first place in the West Division with a 44-41 thriller over the BC Lions at McMahon Stadium on Friday night. It was the second overtime game for the Stamps this season after settling for a tie on the road against the RedBlacks back on July 8. After the Stamps offence was unable to move the chains on their opening possession, Rob Maver’s punt was returned 95 yards for a Chris Rainey touchdown. Travis Lulay then rolled out to find Anthony Allen ...
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Holding on for a 35-15 win over the Saskatchewan Roughriders on Thursday evening, the Calgary Stampeders were victors at McMahon Stadium. Marquay McDaniel totaled 110 receiving yards and Jerome Messam tallied over 100 along the ground while Ja’Gared Davis, Micah Johnson and Taylor Reed each registered a sack for the Stamps. The Stampeders continue to lead the West Division – now with a 4-1-1 record – whereas the Riders fell to 1-5 with the loss. The Stamps picked up four first downs on ...
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With a 19-10 road win over the Saskatchewan Roughriders, the Calgary Stampeders bode farewell to Mosaic Stadium on Saturday night with their second straight triumph over the Riders. Bo Levi Mitchell’s streak of 21 straight games with a touchdown pass came to an end despite totalling nearly 300 yards through the air. The hard-fought win keeps Calgary atop the West Division at 5-1-1 while the Roughriders sit at 1-6 with the loss. “Both teams, I thought, were a little sloppy with the ...
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With a 37-9 victory from Vancouver’s BC Place on Friday night, the Calgary Stampeders led from beginning to end in defeating the BC Lions to remain the West Division’s top seed at 6-1-1. “It was a good win against a great opponent,” said Stampeders head coach Dave Dickenson. “I think BC will be there in the end and I know that it just wasn’t their night. Most of the time you think you played really well and then you watch the film and it wasn’t as good as you thought it ...
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Improving to 7-1-1 on the season was the Calgary Stampeders with a 30-24 victory over the Hamilton Tiger-Cats from McMahon Stadium on Sunday night. Hamilton’s Zach Collaros threw for 432 yards and had a pair of receivers break the 100-yard plateau, but Bo Levi Mitchell of the Stampeders located eight different receivers and linebacker Deron Mayo recorded 10 tackles. “We expected Hamilton to play well and I think they did,” said head coach Dave Dickenson. “Our guys, I thought, made more ...
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In Monday’s Labour Day Classic from McMahon Stadium, the Calgary Stampeders delighted their biggest crowd of the season in dispatching the Edmonton Eskimos by a score of 45-24. Calgary now owns an 8-1-1 record and is undefeated through five home games in 2016. Bo Levi Mitchell heaved the ball downfield to Marquay McDaniel for a 56-yard pickup on the game’s first play from scrimmage. However, the offence soon settled for three points, with Rene Paredes knocking through a 24-yard field goal ...
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In the Labour Day rematch from the Brick Field at Commonwealth Stadium, the Calgary Stampeders stormed back for a 34-28 overtime triumph over the Edmonton Eskimos. The fourth-quarter rally enabled the Stamps to improve to 9-1-1 and push their unbeaten streak to 10. An early punt by Rob Maver pinned the Esks deep in their own territory, but Mike Reilly promptly found Derel Walker for a 104-touchdown on Edmonton’s first offensive play from scrimmage. The Eskimos appeared to be on the verge of ...
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The Calgary Stampeders earned a convincing 48-23 victory over the Ottawa RedBlacks at McMahon Stadium on Saturday afternoon thanks to major contributions on both sides of the ball. Calgary has now won all six of their home games and have been victorious in nine straight contests overall. A 90-yard punt single by Ottawa’s Sergio Castillo concluded the RedBlacks first drive as the visitors were the first to find the scoreboard. On the initial offensive series for the Stamps, Bo Levi ...
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After it appeared as though the Calgary Stampeders were on their way to a one-sided win, the Stamps hung on for a 36-34 over the Winnipeg Blue Bombers at McMahon Stadium on Saturday afternoon. Calgary, now 11-1-1 on the year, remains undefeated at home through six contests. With only East Division opponents remaining on their regular-season schedule, the Stamps picked up nine out of a possible 10 wins versus West competition. Bo Levi Mitchell found Kamar Jorden in space for a pickup of 34 ...
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Capturing their 11th straight win on Saturday afternoon, the Calgary Stampeders defeated the Hamilton Tiger-Cats 36-17 at Tim Hortons Field. Calgary’s league-leading record now stands at 12-1-1 as Bo Levi Mitchell earned his 40th victory in just 48 career starts. “It was a very tough week and we’re all drained – physically and emotionally,” says head coach Dave Dickenson. “But to make your effort and all the work you put in count with a win, I think it says a lot about our ...
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Moving to 13-1-1, the Calgary Stampeders wrapped up the West Division title with a convincing 48-20 victory over the Toronto Argonauts on Thanksgiving Monday at BMO Field. The Red and White totaled six quarterback takedowns, Jerome Messam surpassed 1,000 rushing yards in 2016 and head coach Dave Dickenson tied the all-time mark for wins in a season by a rookie head coach. Early on, Bo Levi Mitchell hooked up with DaVaris Daniels for a 42-yard gain and Messam converted an ensuing ...
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With a 22-8 win over the visiting Montreal Alouettes on Saturday night, the Calgary Stampeders improved to 14-1-1 in 2016 and maintained their perfect record at home through eight games. The Alouettes tallied just 161 yards of total offence, completing only 13 passes in the process. Micah Johnson’s opening-series sack forced a Montreal punt before Anthony Parker picked up 14 yards on Calgary initial offensive play. Responding with a quarterback takedown of his own was John Bowman of the ...
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With a 31-13 victory on Friday night over the Toronto Argonauts, the Calgary Stampeders concluded their home schedule with a perfect 9-0 record. In the win, Jerome Messam surpassed his personal high in rushing yards for a single season and eight different Stampeders players were credited with a catch. “He was real good today,” said Stamps head coach Dave Dickenson of Messam. “We used our whole roster except our quarterbacks. We let everyone get a chance to get in there. We said ...
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In search of a franchise-best 16th win, the Calgary Stampeders’ 16-game unbeaten streak came to an end in Week 19 versus the Montreal Alouettes. The 17-8 defeat at Percival Molson Memorial Stadium in the Stampeders’ regular-season finale featured Drew Tate’s first start of the season as head coach Dave Dickenson opted to sideline Bo Levi Mitchell. “I’ve got to watch the film, but (Montreal does) a good jo,” says Stamps head coach Dave Dickenson.” They played us tough the last ...
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In Sunday’s Western Final from McMahon Stadium, the Calgary Stampeders disposed of the out-of-town BC Lions by a score of 42-15 to advance to next week’s 104th Grey Cup in Toronto. Roy Finch ran back the opening kickoff for 46 yards which enabled Bo Levi Mitchell to set up just short of the midfield stripe. From there, Bakari Grant hauled in an 18-yard catch before an ensuing pass interference call placed the ball at BC’s three-yard line. An end-around to Lemar Durant gave the Stamps an ...
104th Grey Cup
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In the 104th Grey Cup from Toronto’s BMO Field, the Calgary Stampeders lost a heartbreaker against the Ottawa RedBlacks by a score of 39-33. Despite a valiant second-half rally, the Stamps were unable overcome the 13-point spread they faced going into the locker room halfway through the championship tilt. DaVaris Daniels’ 11-yard catch on the Stampeders’ opening drive was the lone first down achieved for the Red and White before Rob Maver punted the ball to the RedBlacks. Four catches for ...