These season details are courtesy of Aaron Kramer and his Green
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FRANCHISES FOLDING: Las Vegas Posse
FRANCHISES ADDED: Birmingham
Barracudas and Memphis Mad Dogs
FRANCHISES MOVING: Sacramento Gold
Miners to San Antonio Texans
WEDNESDAY JUNE 28
OTTAWA 25, Winnipeg 15 (23241)
to finish last, Ottawa QB Danny Barrett ran 17 yards for one Riders'
score and threw a nine-yard pass to Odessa Turner for another TD to
spark the upset.
THURSDAY JUNE 29
CALGARY 24, Memphis 18 (25071)
McLoughlin kicked five FGs and Dave Sapunjis hauled in a three-yard TD
from Doug Flutie as the Stamps ruined Memphis' debut. Joe Horn scored
their first TD on a 50-yard pass.
FRIDAY JUNE 30
Hamilton 37, SASKATCHEWAN 16
(23396) - Anthony
Calvillo completed 13 of 28 passes for 310 yards to lead the upset.
Riders QB Tom Burgess finished the game 29 of 52 for 294 yards, with
two interceptions and one TD.
BRITISH COL 37, Baltimore 34
(23999) - Cory
Philpot scored 14 majors last season and started 1995 with three TDs to
lead the Lions. He scored from the two with 15 seconds left to provide
the Lions with the win.
SATURDAY JULY 1
EDMONTON 45, Toronto 23 (27465)
Esks QB Kerwin Bell completed 16 of 29 passes for 280 yards, a TD and
two interceptions. Lucious Floyd' was the other offensive weapon for
Edmonton, scoring three TDs.
San Antonio 47, SHREVEPORT 24
(15133) - Mike
Saunders rushed for 169 yards, David Archer passed for 228 yards and
two TD and Phil Brown ran for a TD as the Texans scored 30 straight
points in the second half.
0 0 24 18 2 Ottawa 1 0
0 25 15 2
0 0 45 23 2 Winnipeg 0 1 0
15 25 0
British Col 1 0 0
37 34 2 Saskatch 0 1 0 16
0 0 37 16 2 Toronto 0 1 0
23 45 0
San Antonio 1 0 0
47 24 2 Memphis 0 1 0 18
Birmingham 0 0 0
0 0 0 Shreveport 0 1 0 24
Baltimore 0 1
0 34 37 0
TUESDAY JULY 4
Birmingham 38, WINNIPEG 10
(22208) - The Barracudas returned two
interceptions for TDs in a 31-point first half en route to winning
their debut. Jimmy Klingler also threw a 96-yard TD pass to Jason
THURSDAY JULY 6
TORONTO 37, Ottawa 24 (18404) -
Barnes rushed for three TDs and Erik White, replacing an injured Kent
Austin, threw for two scores as the Argos won their home opener.
FRIDAY JULY 7
Edmonton 26, SASKATCH 19 (OT)
(23584) - An intense thunderstorm
electrified Edmonton's offence as the Eskimos blew past the Roughriders
to remain perfect.
British Col 31, MEMPHIS 13
(14278) - The
Lions exploded for 20 second-quarter points en route to the win. QB
Danny McManus hit Stefan Ptaszek with a 20-yard TD and Darren Flutie on
a 32-yard TD pass.
SATURDAY JULY 8
HAMILTON 31, Birmingham 13
(23022) - Anthony
Calvillo threw two TD passes before leaving in the third with whiplash
as the Ti-Cats thrashed expansion Birmingham on a cool and breezy
BALTIMORE 50, San Antonio 24
(31016) - One
day after owner Jim Speros officially renamed his team the Stallions,
Baltimore picked up its first win as Chris Wright's 69-yard punt return
capped a 24- point second quarter.
Calgary 48, SHREVEPORT 17
(14026) - Doug Flutie threw for 341 yards
and three TDs while the Stampeders defense sacked Pirates QB Billy Joe
Tolliver six times.
0 0 72 35 4 Ottawa 1 1
0 49 52 2
0 0 71 42 4 Toronto 1 1 0
60 69 2
British Col 2 0 0
68 47 4 Saskatch 0 2 0 35
0 0 68 29 4 Winnipeg 0 2 0
25 63 0
San Antonio 1 1 0
71 74 2 Memphis 0 2 0 31
Birmingham 1 1
0 51 41 2 Shreveport 0 2 0 41
Baltimore 1 1
0 84 61 2
THURSDAY JULY 13
Calgary 57, OTTAWA 7 924867) - Calgary
QB Doug Flutie threw for 427 yards and three TDs, while Ottawa was held
to 14 first downs. none until the game was 17 minutes old, and gave up
WINNIPEG 37, Shreveport 29
(20449) - Rookie
LB Jason Mallett returned two fumbled punts for TDs to lead the Blue
Bombers. His scores came in the second and third quarters and gace
Winnipeg the lead each time.
BRIT COL 35, Toronto 34 (24276)
Passaglia kicked a 27-yard FG with nine seconds left as the Lions
rallied for the win. It was Passaglia's fourth FG and gave him 15
points to increase his scoring record to 3,001points.
FRIDAY JULY 14
MEMPHIS 11, Saskatchewan 5
(11748) - The
Memphis defence made Gary Anderson's second-quarter TD run stand up.
The Riders had a chance to tie the game late after Darren Joseph
partially blocked Pete Gardere's punt.
SATURDAY JULY 15
Baltimore 28, SAN ANTONIO 23
(18112) - Carlos
Huerta kicked four FGs, including a 48-yarder with 4:30 left, to lead
the Stallions. Mike Pringle led Baltimore with 12 carries for 125
yards, including an 86-yard run.
BIRMINGHAM 51, Hamilton 28
(31185) - Matt
Dunigan completed 22 of 34 passes for 348 yards and three TDs as the
Barracudas won their home opener. Tiger-Cats QB Anthony Calvillo was 30
of 48 for 327 yards.
MONDAY JULY 17
EDMONTON 37, Shreveport 7
(29463) - Edmonton's
Sean Fleming kicked five FGs and added a single and two conversions. He
moved into second place on Edmonton's career list with 67 FGs.
Memphis 23, OTTAWA 20 (21221) -
Donald Igwebuike's 30-yard FG with
26 seconds remaining gave Memphis
the win after they blew a 9-point lead in the fourth. The teams
combined for ten turnovers.
FRIDAY JULY 21
CALGARY 46, British Columbia 24
(30012) - Marvin
Coleman returned an interception 45 yards for a TD as the Stamps took
over first place, as they overcame a two-point half time deficit to
outscore the Lions 18-1.
SATURDAY JULY 22
BALTIMORE 43, Winnipeg 7
(30641) - Baltimore
QB Tracy Ham threw three TD passes as Baltimore extended its win streak
to three. The defense forced a pair of fumbles and held the Bombers to
11 yards rushing.
BIRMINGHAM 24, Saskatch 14
(25321) - Matt
Dunigan passed for three TDs to lead the Barracudas. Dunigan connected
with Jason Phillips twice and with Keith Woodside for a 28-yard TD with
just over a minute left to play.
SHREVEPORT 11, Toronto 10
(13164) - QB
Mike Johnson replaced Billy Joe Tolliver as the starter, but the
Pirates' offence comprised only three FGs by Bjorn Nittmo of 25,29 and
49 yards, along with two singles.
SAN ANTONIO 32, Edmonton 27
(12856) - The Texans trailed 20-0 just over
two minutes into the 2nd quarter.
They then rallied and survived a last-ditch
scoring attempt by Edmonton from
the Texans' one-yard line as time ran out.
MONDAY JULY 24
Memphis 23, HAMILTON 21 (20324)
Allen threw a 74-yard TD pass to Eddie Brown and Ed Berry scored on an
interception, as Memphis gave American teams their sixth straight
victory over Canadian teams.
0 0 175 66 8 Ottawa 1 3 0
76 132 2
1 0 135 81 6 Toronto 1 3 0 104
British Col 3 1 0 127
127 6 Winnipeg 1 3 0 69 135 2
2 0 117 103 4 Saskatch 0 4 0 54
Baltimore 3 1 0
155 91 6 San Antonio 2 2 0 126 129 4
WINNIPEG 20, San Antonio 17
(20961) - Paul Randolph's fourth-quarter
interception set up a 36-yard Troy Westwood FG that gave the Bombers a
THURSDAY JULY 27
BRITISH COL 48, Ottawa 11
(22226) - RB
Zed Robinson scored twice and ran for 116 yards as the Lions
Getting his first start in place of injured starter Cory Philpot,
Robinson was the Lions' offensive standout.
FRIDAY JULY 28
Edmonton 26, HAMILTON 18
(20104) - A one-yard TD run by Mike Soles
less than 10 minutes to go earned the Eskimos the win. Chris Vargas
replaced QB Kerwin Bell midway through the fourth quarter to lead the
CALGARY 27, Shreveport 19
(21098) - Doug
Flutie threw a pair of second-quarter TD passes as Calgary extended
their CFL-record home winning streak to 26 games. Pirates QB Mike
Johnson broke his right leg in the loss.
SATURDAY JULY 29
Baltimore 36, BIRMINGHAM 8
(30729) - Tracy
Ham passed for three TDs and Mike Pringle ran for 137 yards to lead
Baltimore. Baltimore held Birmingham to 150 net yards on offence and
had three interceptions.
Toronto 10, MEMPHIS 7 (OT)
(20183) - Wayne
Lammle's 37-yard FG with one second left in overtime gave the Argos the
win. Toronto managed 99 yards in offence in the first half. Memphis
didn't do much better, with 100.
SUNDAY JULY 30
San Antonio 36, SASKATCHEWAN 15
(22215) - Mike
Saunders, a one-time Rider who signed with San Antonio as a free agent
in June, had 24 carries for 170 yards and caught the final pass for a
TD in the lop-sided match.
0 0 202 85 10 Winnipeg 2 3 0 89
1 0 161 99 8 Toronto 2 3 0 114
British Col 4 1 0 175
138 8 Ottawa 1 4 0 87 180 2
3 0 135 129 4 Saskatch 0 5 0 69
Baltimore 4 1 0
191 99 8 San Antonio 3 3 0 179 164 6
Baltimore 19, EDMONTON 12
(30698) - Charles
Anthony scored the only TD by picking off a Kerwin Bell pass on the
last play of the 2nd quarter and running 54 yards. It was the first
home loss for Edmonton to a U.S. team.
THURSDAY AUGUST 3
Hamilton 20, TORONTO 16 (OT)
(19174) - Hamilton
reached the 100-win mark versus Toronto thanks to Sam Rogers, who
stripped Paul Masotti of a certain TD late in regulation, then had an
interception to set up a FG in OT.
BR COL 30, Birmingham 23 (OT)
(21948) - Cory Philpot's one-yard TD plunge
lifted the Lions to a hard-fought OT win. Birmingham QB Matt
Dunigan threw for 437 yards, Lions
QB Danny McManus for 409.
FRIDAY AUGUST 4
Saskatchewan 31, OTTAWA 20
(20830) - Darren
Joseph's 68-yard TD pushed the western Riders out of the winless column
and to handed Ottawa its fifth straight loss. He carried the ball 23
times for 90 yards.
SATURDAY AUGUST 5
SAN ANTONIO 24, Memphis 9
(15557) - The
Texan fans saw Jeff Kemp complete 11 of 18 passes for 174 yards,
including his first two career TDs, in subbing for Dave Archer, who is
sidelined with a strained hamstring.
SHREVEPORT 65, Winnipeg 17
(11554) - The Bombers gave up their most
points ever as Shreveport became the first CFL team to score eight TDs
not throw a TD pass. Martin Patton
ran for five of their six TDs to tie a record.
SUNDAY AUGUST 6
CALGARY 29, Baltimore 15
(24463) - Mark
McLoughlin kicked five FGs as the Stampeders fumbled their way to
winning the battle of division leaders, as the teams turned the ball
over nine times on the rain-soaked turf.
0 0 231 100 12 Winnipeg 2 4 0 106 217 4
British Col 5 1 0 205
161 10 Toronto 2 4 0 130 142 4
San Antonio 4 3 0 203
173 8 Shreveport 2 5 0 172 223 4
Birmingham 3 3 0
157 149 6
WEDNESDAY AUGUST 9
Edmonton 31, TORONTO 10 (14192)
- Michael Soles scored two TDs to
lead the Eskimos to their fourth
win in its last 15 road games, against Toronto, which has dropped four
of its last five.
Brit Col 43, SASKATCHEWAN 25
(20421) - Three fourth-quarter TDs on a wild
and gusty night blew the Lions past the Riders. Lions RB Sean Millington scored
twice for the defending champions, as did Cory Philpot.
FRIDAY AUGUST 11
HAMILTON 30, Shreveport 20
(20182) - For
three-plus quarters, Hamilton QB Steve Taylor ran the Shreveport
defence ragged. Then Anthony Calvillo came in off the bench to engineer
two fourth-quarter TD drives.
SATURDAY AUGUST 12
Calgary 38, SAN ANTONIO 32
(22043) - Doug
Flutie completed 20 of his last 24 passes and wound up throwing for 306
yards to lead Calgary back from a 24-8 2nd-quarter deficit and keeping
them the CFL's only undefeated team.
Memphis 25, BALTIMORE 15
(31221) - Charles Miles scored on a 5-yard
late in the 2nd quarter, sparking
Memphis to the win despite the loss of QB Damon Allen to a strained
BIRMINGHAM 50, Winnipeg 24
(17328) - The Bombers led 9-3 in the first
before Barracuda QB Matt Dunigan threw TD balls to Marcus Grant, Mac
Cody, Keith Woodside and Jason Phillips, and he ran for another.
SUNDAY AUGUST 13
OTTAWA 18, Edmonton 17 (20012)
Garza, discarded by Winnipeg two weeks ago, came off the bench to rally
Ottawa with a two-yard run with 69 seconds left, then Wayne Lammle
kicked a 39-yard FG with two seconds left
MONDAY AUGUST 14
British Columbia 19, TORONTO 6
(17084) - QB
Danny McManus, who took over when Kent Austin was shipped to Toronto
last May, threw for two TDs to lead the Lions past the Argos,
completing 16 of 29 passes for 339 yards.
0 0 269 132 14 Winnipeg 2 5 0 130 267 4
British Col 7 1 0 267
192 14 Ottawa 2 5 0 125 228 4
SHREVEPORT 61, Ottawa 11
(11554) - Pirates
QB Billy Joe Tolliver completed 24 of 32 passes for a team-record 419
yards and two TDs. Tolliver led a 31-point second- quarter explosion
with two long TD passes.
Birmingham 31, CALGARY 28
(25129) - Matt
Dunigan hit Eddie Britton with a 12-yard pass with eight seconds left
to give the Barracudas a victory over the Stampeders, who saw their
27-game home win streak was broken.
WINNIPEG 11, British Col 6
(22769) - Reggie
Slack threw a 20-yard TD pass to Gerald Wilcox in the opening minute,
leading the Blue Bombers in deplorable, monsoon-like conditions at
EDMONTON 32, Saskatchewan 13
(30204) - Chris
Vargas completed 25 of 43 passes for 427 yards and four TD passes to
lead the Eskimos. Shalon Baker hauled in two 7-yard TD passes from
SATURDAY AUGUST 19
HAMILTON 35, San Antonio 31
(20520) - Anthony
Calvillo, getting into the game because QB Steve Taylor lost a contact
lens, threw a 26-yard TD pass to Manny Hazard in the fourth quarter and
Baltimore 16, MEMPHIS 13
(18249) - Carlos
Huerta kicked three FGs, including a 19-yarder with just over eight
minutes to go to give the Stallions the win and keep them in first in
1 0 297 163 14 Winnipeg 3 5 0 141 273 6
British Col 7 2 0 273
203 14 Ottawa 2 6 0 136 289 4
SASKATCHEWAN 31, Ottawa 16
(21615) - Darren
Joseph led the western Riders with 148 yards, the first time a Rider
back has eclipsed the century mark in 1995. Joseph was traded to
Saskatchewan by Ottawa on June 26.
FRIDAY AUGUST 25
Hamilton 36, WINNIPEG 33 (OT)
(22211) - Hamilton K Paul Osbaldiston
a 45-yard FG with no time remaining. Troy Westwood's 50-yard FG with
2:05 remaining in OT pulled Winnipeg into a 33-33 tie.
SATURDAY AUGUST 26
BALTIMORE 41, Toronto 14
(27853) - Leading
7-3 in the 1st quarter, Toronto saw host Baltimore pile up 31straight
points, as RB Mike Pringle ran for 166 yards on 23 carries to go over
1,000 yards for the second straight season.
Calgary 37, BIRMINGHAM 14
(19692) - Jeff
Garcia, who started in place of injured Doug Flutie, threw two TD
passes to Dave Sapunjis to lead the Stamps. Garcia completed 26 of 34
passes for 445 yards.
San Antonio 26, MEMPHIS 6
(19601) - Texans
QB Dave Archer completed 19 of 28 passes for 258 yards and Roman
Anderson kicked four FGs. LB Maurice Miller fell on Memphis QB Rickey
Foggie's fumble in the end zone.
Shreveport 20, BRITISH COL 19
(24535) - B.C.
managed nine possessions in Shreveport territory and came away with
just one TD. Shreveport, with only 290 yards on offense, has won all
four of its games against the North.
SUNDAY AUGUST 27
EDMONTON 63, Ottawa 6 (28135) -
63 points represent the most scored by the Eskimos in a game since
1921. It was the third time this season Ottawa has lost by 50 or more
1 0 334 177 16 Winnipeg 3 6 0 174 309 6
British Col 7 3 0 292
223 14 Toronto 2 7 0 160 233 4
Birmingham 56, OTTAWA 46
(20062) - The
Barracudas trailed 38-22 entering the fourthj quarter then outscored
the Riders 34-8 for the win. Sammy Garza threw for 448 yards and four
TDs in the losing effort.
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 2
Baltimore 41, HAMILTON 14
(23120) - Baltimore's
Mike Pringle rushed for 201 yards and four TDs. Ken Watson recovered a
fumble in the end zone for a TD, while Larry Thompson and Lee Knight
had TD catches for Hamilton.
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 3
SASKATCHEWAN 56, Winnipeg 4
(31308) - It
was the Roughriders' biggest victory in team history. The 'Riders
blitzed the Winnipeg defence for 520 yards, collecting 215 yards from
the running game.
Memphis 31, SHREVEPORT 22
(17593) - Rickey
Foggie and the Mad Dogs shook off the label as the worst offensive team
and posted a season-high scoring effort, as Foggie threw for two TD
passes and 297 yards.
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 4
CALGARY 51, Edmonton 26 (37317)
Jeff Garcia, who has replaced Doug Flutie (done for the year), hit an
injury-ridden Esks secondary with 45 completions, 546 yards and six
TDs, while the Stamps collected 633 yards.
San Antonio 48, TORONTO 27
(14593) - David
Archer completed 19 of 32 passes for 378 yards and three TDs and Troy
Mills rushed for 121 yards and two TDs to lead the Texans, who exploded
for a season-best 524 yards.
1 0 385 203 18 Winnipeg 3 7 0 178 365 6
British Col 7 3 0 292
223 14 Saskatch 3 7 0 225 249 6
Calgary 33, EDMONTON 17 (49434)
- Jeff Garcia threw an 8-yard TD
pass to Terry Vaughn in the third quarter and DeWayne Patterson
recovered a fumble
in the end zone early in the
fourth to give the Stampeders a 27-3 lead.
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 9
BALTIMORE 28, Birmingham 20
(29013) - Stallions
QB Tracy Ham threw two TD passes in the fourth quarter, including the
go-ahead score with 5:52 left. Ham completed 25 of 35 passes for
season-high 315 yards.
British Col 43, OTTAWA 24
(22564) - Sean
Millington scored two TDs and Lui Passaglia kicked five FGs for B.C.
Cory Philpot rushed 15 times for 130 yards and a TD, as the Lions had a
438-145 net offence edge.
HAMILTON 33, Toronto 27 (24280)
the second time, the Argos let what a sure victory against Hamilton
slip away. The Argos allowed the Ticats to score 15 points in the final
five minutes to lose their 6th straight game.
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 10
MEMPHIS 22, Shreveport 21
There were more than 58,000 empty seats at the Liberty Bowl as Nick
Mystrom booted a 37-yard FG with less than a minute to play, giving the
Mad Dogs the win and a .500 record.
WINNIPEG 25, Saskatchewan 24
(24698) - The
Bombers prevailed with QB Kevin McDougal leading a fourth-quarter
charge to erase a 24-15 deficit. Troy Westwood nailed a 27-yard field
goal with 63 seconds remaining.
Baltimore 24, SHREVEPORT 17
(12455) - Tracy
Ham completed 16 passes for 269 yards and ran for 57 yards to lead the
Stallions, while Brian White ran back a blocked punt 20 yards for a TD
and Carlos Huerta made three FGs.
EDMONTON 64, Winnipeg 10
(27718) - Eric
Blount scored an Edmonton-record five TDs. The 54-point margin is the
worst loss in Bombers' history, and the 64 points were the most ever
scored by an Eskimos' team.
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 16
SAN ANTONIO 42, Toronto 21
(16028) - Toronto
committed eight turnovers, while the game was all but over by the end
of a bizarre first quarter. With 10:44 elapsed, San Antonio led 22-0
and had one first down.
BRITISH COL 49, Hamilton 14
(25432) - Lions
RB Cory Philpot returned the opening KO 94 yards for a score, and went
on to run for 134 yards and two TDs and caught a 70-yard TD pass from
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 17
BIRMINGHAM 40, Ottawa 9 (12289)
Drawhorn intercepted three Andre Ware passes and two set up Birmingham
scores, the first of six Luis Zendejas FGs early in the game, and a
37-yard Matt Dunigan TD pass.
SASKATCHEWAN 34, Memphis 32
(27787) - Riders WR Don Narcisse broke a
14-year-old CFL record with a reception in his 138th consecutive game.
CALGARY 43, Winnipeg 28 (21734)
Stamps busted out to a 24-0 lead and put the game out of reach when
Marvin Coleman picked up a fumbled snap on a FG attempt and ran 108
yards for a Calgary TD.
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 22
Edmonton 33, BRIT COL 18
(32837) - Kerwin Bell threw two TD passes to
Shalon Baker in a 4:37 span of the second quarter leading Edmonton to
win. B.C. was penalized 16 times
for 133 yards in the loss.
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 23
BALTIMORE 42, Shreveport 32
(27321) - Tracy
Ham threw a pair of second-quarter TD passes to Chris Armstrong and the
Stallions, who have won six straight, became the second team to
a playoff berth.
SAN ANTONIO 45, Hamilton 7
(14614) - Tommie
Smith ran an interception back 44 yards for a TD and four other
interceptions set up three more scores for the Texans. LB Maurice
Miller returned a fumble 32 yards for a TD.
Saskatchewan 23, TORONTO 20
(14665) - Saskatchewan
QB Warren Jones plowed over the Argo goal line from one-yard out to put
the 'Riders in front for the final time and essentially end the Argo
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 24
Calgary 43, WINNIPEG 39 (24598)
Stewart scored on an 8-yard run with 3:36 to go to give Calgary the
win. Jeff Garcia finished 28-for-41 for 415 yards, while Bombers QB
Reggie Slack threw three TD passes in the third.
MEMPHIS 28, Birmingham 19
(7830) - Damon
Allen threw a TD pass and Gary Anderson scored on a short run to lead
the Mad Dogs, while Nick Mystrom added four field goals.
Winnipeg 24, HAMILTON 20
(20727) - The Bombers had essentially putthe
Tiger-Cats to bed, bursting out to a 24-1 advantage before nearly
losing the game and ending their seven-game road losing skid.
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 30
San Antonio 49, OTTAWA 14
(19957) - David
Archer threw four TD passes as the Texans extended their winning streak
to five games. It was the seventh straight defeat for Ottawa before a
CALGARY 26, Toronto 19 (22570)
Garcia threw one TD pass and ran for two and WR Allen Pitts recorded
his record- tying 41st 100-yard game for Calgary. Jimmy Cunningham
returned a punt 108 yards for an Argo TD.
SUNDAY OCTOBER 1
Baltimore 28, SASKATCHEWAN 24
(30738) - Saskatchewan,
fighting for the playoffs, led 16-15 going into the fourth, but
Baltimore QB Tracy Ham scored the game-winning TD on a spectacular
BIRMINGHAM 34, Shreveport 20
(6317) - Shreveport struck on the opening
when Freeman Baysinger went 86 yards for a TD. The 'Cudas trailed at
halftime 10-7 but awoke in the second half to rally for the win.
EDMONTON 39, Brit Col 36 (OT)
(30046) - Edmonton trailed the Lions 29-
22 with 28 seconds to go, but a
last-ditch scoring drive sent the gameit into extra time.
BALTIMORE 29, Saskatchewan 27
(31421) - Carlos
Huerta's 21-yard FG with five seconds to go earned the Stallions the
win. Huerta's heroics capped a wild second half which saw Baltimore
rally from a 17-7 halftime deficit.
SHREVEPORT 26, Hamilton 14
(12619) - Billy
Joe Tolliver threw two TD passes and Bjorn Nittmo kicked four FGs as
the Pirates downed the Ti-Cats who remained in fourth in the North.
SUNDAY OCTOBER 8
MEMPHIS 26, Ottawa 7 (12437) - Mad
Dogs K Nick Mystrom hit on all six FG attempts, including a 51-yarder,
while QB Damon Allen hit on 18-of-25 pass attempts for 218 yards and
BIRMINGHAM 38, San Antonio 28
(6859) - Cudas
QB Matt Dunigan threw two TD passes and scored on a 17- yard run in the
fourth quarter. San Antonio's David Archer threw a 25-yard TD pass to
Mike Saunders with 2:38 to go.
MONDAY OCTOBER 9
Calgary 41, BRITISH COL 27
(32907) - Calgary
QB Jeff Garcia ran 15 yards for a TD on a draw in the fourth to break a
20-20 deadlock, then added TD passes of six yards to Vince Danielson
and 41 yards to Terry Vaughn.
TORONTO 31, Winnipeg 20 (14507)
- The Argos turned two Winnipeg
into 14 points and snapped their 8-game losing streak. Pinball Clemeons
caught 13 passes for 96 yards and a TD and ran for two more.
San Antonio 9 6 0 504
359 18 Shreveport 5 11 0 411 450 10
Birmingham 9 6 0
459 397 18
X-Clinched Division Title
Y-Clinched Playoff Berth
THURSDAY OCTOBER 12
SAN ANTONIO 43, Ottawa 30
(10027) - Texans
QB Dave Archer matched his season high by throwing four TD passes. RB
Mike Saunders caught two TD passes and ran for another, as the Texans
led 43-7 heading into the fourth.
FRIDAY OCTOBER 13
Birmingham 29, SHREVEPORT 28
(21117) - Barracudas
K Luis Zendejas kicked a 42-yard FG as time expired, which was the
third lead change in the final two minutes of play. Shreveport's Bjorn
Nittmo made seven FGs.
EDMONTON 34, Memphis 17 (30111)
Blount caught TD passes of 28 and 19 yards from Kerwin Bell, and rushed
for a 13-yard score as the Eskimos clinched second place in the North.
SATURDAY OCTOBER 14
SASKATCHEWAN 25, Calgary 20
(55438) - Saskatchewan took a 12-6 lead into
halftime, after Don Narcisse scored the only TD of the first 30 minutes
a short pass from QB Warren Jones,
and went on to shock the Stampeders.
WINNIPEG 44, Toronto 30 (21076)
trailed 24-0 at the half, then rallied, and not until running back Matt
Pearce's 44-yard run with 22 seconds remaining could the Bombers rest
SUNDAY OCTOBER 15
HAMILTON 43, Brit Col 14
(23112) - RB Kalen Hall scored a club-record
TDs as the Tiger-Cats clinched a playoff spot. Hamilton put the game
away with the wind in the third, outscoring B.C. 11-0 for a 36-7 lead.
X-Clinched Division Title
Y-Clinched Playoff Berth
THURSDAY OCTOBER 19
Edmonton 45, BIRMINGHAM 18
(8910) - The
Barracudas lost the game and QB Matt Dunigan for the year. Birmingham
outgained Edmonton 457-365, but could score just one TD after Dunigan's
SAN ANTONIO 35, Shreveport 26
(14437) - QB
Dave Archer led San Antonio's victory by tossing three TD passes.
Archer hit 20 of 29 passes for 346 yards to key the win and clinch a
FRIDAY OCTOBER 20
Memphis 28, TORONTO 10 (14122)
- Mike Morrealle and Tommy Henry
muffed a reverse on the second-half kickoff. Memphis recovered the
that led to a field goal and a
SATURDAY OCTOBER 21
OTTAWA 30, Hamilton 9 (17160) -
Ottawa native Ken Evraire blocked
a Hamilton punt and recovered the ball for a 27-yard TD as the Riders
nine-game losing streak. Ottawa
added 13 points in the final four minutes.
BALTIMORE 28, Bri Columbia 26
(33228) - Carlos
Huerta's fourth FG of the game, a 20-yarder with 11 seconds remaining,
lifted the Stallions to their ninth consecutive win over the slumping
SUNDAY OCTOBER 22
CALGARY 18, Saskatchewan 15
(33258) - Mark
McLoughlin kicked six FGs, including a 25-yarder with just 39 seconds
remaining. It was the first time since Oct. 22,1988 that Calgary failed
to score a TD in a game.
X-Clinched Division Title
Y-Clinched Playoff Berth
THURSDAY OCTOBER 26
Edmonton 25, MEMPHIS 14 (12078)
total of 12,078 tickets were sold but just 7,336 showed up to see RB
Eddie Brown hit Jim Sandusky on a 78-yard option pass, ending the Mad
Dogs' hopes for a playoff berth.
FRIDAY OCTOBER 27
TORONTO 31, Calgary 22 (23196)
QB Kent Austin completed 26 of 35 passes for 394 yards and a pair of
TDs. The latter was a 42-yard strike to Paul Masotti to close the
scoring with just under two minutes to play.
SATURDAY OCTOBER 28
BRIT COL 30, Saskatchewan 25
(27464) - The
Lions relied on three timely interceptions in the fourth to end a
frustrating five-game losing streak. Saskatchewan needed to beat the
Lions to ensure a post-season berth.
SUNDAY OCTOBER 22
BALTIMORE 24, Hamilton 17
(29310) - Stallions
coach Don Matthews took the opportunity to rest star RB Mike Pringle
and give rookie Louis Fite a chance to play. Fite responded by rushing
for 85 yards and one touchdown
WINNIPEG 36, Ottawa 33 (27022)
Westwood made a 12-yard FG with 25 seconds to play to give the Blue
Bombers the win and and a berth in the CFL playoffs for the 16th
SAN ANTONIO 48, Birmingham 42
(19025) - David
Archer threw for 427 yards and two TDs as the Texans claimed a home
playoff game and rematch with Birmingham. Archer also had a TD run.
X-Clinched Division Title
Y-Clinched Playoff Berth
November 4 - BALTIMORE (15-3)
36, Winnipeg (7-11) 21 (21040) - Mike
Pringle ran for 211 yards and two TDs, and the Stallions reeled off 25
consecutive points en route to their 11th victory in a row, under the
shadow of the NFL Browns announcing their move to the city in 1996.
Nov 4 - CALGARY (15-3) 30,
Hamilton (8-10) 13 (16026) - DB
Marvin Coleman returned two interceptions for TDs, a playoff record, as
the Stampeders overcame some first-half sloppiness to defeat the
Tiger-Cats. QB Doug Flutie threw four first-half interceptions and
coughed up a fumble.
Nov 5 - SAN ANTONIO (12-6) 52,
Birmingham (10-8) 9 (13031) - The
Texans intercepted Kelvin Simmons four times and scored 31 points off
turnovers en route to the win. David Archer took care of the defence,
as he threw four TD passes, three coming in the first half
rushed for another.
Nov 5 - EDMONTON (13-5) 26,
British Columbia (10-8) 15 (28817) - K
Sean Fleming was perfect, nailing six of six FG attempts to lift
Edmonton to the win. Fleming, who tied a playoff record, has struggled
at Commonwealth Stadium in the past five games as he made just eight of
Nov 12 - BALTIMORE (16-3) 21,
San Antonio (13-6) 11 (30217) - Carlos
Huerta kicked a CFL playoff record seven FGs to lead the Stallions back
to the Grey Cup. The Stallions' offence was led by running back Mike
Pringle, who rushed for 136 yards on 24 carries.
Nov 12 - CALGARY (16-3) 37,
Edmonton (14-5) 4 (30894) - Calgary
QB Doug Flutie played like a man possessed, completing 21 of 30 passes
for 261 yards and a five-yard TD pass to Dave Sapunjis as Calgary
rolled to 419 yards total offence. Mark McLoughlin kicked five field
1995 Grey Cup (November 19
at Regina - 52,064)
BALTIMORE STALLIONS (17-3) 36,
CALGARY STAMPEDERS (17-3) 20 - The
winds were particularly strong and gusted up to 85 km/h during the
game. The Stallions opened the game with a record 82-yard punt
by Chris Wright just 2:20 into the game. Calgary responded scoring the
next 13 points. Baltimore responded with four consecutive scores
including three Carlos Huerta FGs against the wind, the longest from a
record 53 yards. O. J. Brigance blocked a Tony Martino punt with just
under eight minutes to go in the half which was scooped up by Alvin
Walton at the five. He dove over for Baltimore's lone TD of the half.
In the third quarter after a Baltimore single, Doug Flutie scored a TD
on a one-yard plunge but it was the last scoring for Calgary. Stallions
QB Tracy Ham responded with a touchdown of his own and Huerta kicked
two field goals to round out Baltimore's scoring, as they became the
first United States-based team to win the CFL title.