These season details are courtesy of Aaron Kramer and his Green
Bay Packers Web Site and Wes Cross for finding and formatting them.
NOTE: Teams losing in overtime are
awarded one point
WEDNESDAY JULY 4
Montreal 27, TORONTO 3 (14065)
Calvillo passed for 287 yards and two TDs and Mike Pringle rushed for
107 yards as the Als won their fifth straight season opener. Pringle
recorded his 61st 100-yard rushing game.
Winnipeg 48, CALGARY 20 (33678)
Jones passed for two TDs and ran for another to lead the Blue Bombers
to their first win in Calgary since August 1991. Troy Mills scored on
runs of 12 and six yards for the Bombers.
FRIDAY JULY 6
SASKATCHEWAN 30, Hamilton 28
(23421) - Hamilton
led 19-3 in the second quarter before the Riders rallied and won thanks
to Paul McCallum, who hit a 40-yard field goal with three seconds to go.
SATURDAY JULY 7
BRIT COL 35, Edmonton 28 (OT)
(18125) - Vancouver
native Sean Millington scored from two yards out on BC's second
possession in OT. Each team managed a field goal on its possession in
the initial overtime.
Saskatch 1 0 0
0 30 28 2 Winnipeg 1 0 0 0 48
Brit Col 1 0 0
0 35 28 2 Montreal 1 0 0 0 27
Edmonton 0 1 0
1 28 35 1 Hamilton 0 1 0 0 28
Calgary 0 1 0
0 20 48 0 Toronto 0 1 0 0 3
THURSDAY JULY 12
MONTREAL 32, Calgary 14 (19544)
Pringle rushed for 169 yards and four TDs. Pringle provided more than a
quarter of the 413 yards of offense for Montreal, which scored four of
the game's five touchdowns and never trailed.
HAMILTON 26, British Col 5
(19350) - DE
Joe Montford returned a fumble 42 yards for a TD and Hamilton recorded
three safeties. Paul Osbaldiston, who converted seven FGs last week,
connected from 21 yards in the third quarter.
FRIDAY JULY 13
Winnipeg 30, TORONTO 16 (11041)
Jones passed for 347 yards and two TDs, leading the Blue Bombers to
their first road win over the Argos since August 1994. Kerwin Bell was
28-of-45 for 366 yards for Toronto.
EDMONTON 13, Saskatchewan 11
(32722) - Sean
Fleming kicked a pair of fourth-quarter FGs to lead the Eskimos and
deprived the Riders of their first 2-0 start in 12 years. Fleming's
37-yard kick with 9:26 to go broke a 10-10 tie.
Edmonton 1 1 0
1 41 46 3 Winnipeg 2 0 0 0 78
Brit Col 1 1 0
0 40 54 2 Montreal 2 0 0 0 59
Saskatch 1 1 0
0 41 41 2 Hamilton 1 1 0 0 54
Calgary 0 2 0
0 34 80 0 Toronto 0 2 0 0 19
FRIDAY JULY 20
Hamilton 24, TORONTO 18 (16252)
McManus threw two TDs passes and Ronald Williams ran for 104 yards and
a TD as the Ti-Cats kept Toronto winless. Darren Flutie moved
third on the all-time list for receiving yards.
Montreal 37, WINNIPEG 34
(29503) - Anthony
Calvillo threw two TD passes as the unbeaten Alouettes built a 23-point
lead and held on, disappointing the first sellout crowd at Canad Inns
Stadium in seven years.
EDMONTON 33, Calgary 23 (33542)
QB Jason Maas threw a pair of TD passes and Sean Fleming kicked four
FGs as the Eskimos kept their rivals winless. Esks WR Edward Hervey
caught four passes for 170 yards.
SATURDAY JULY 21
Saskatchewan 12, BRIT COL 7
(19409) - In
a battle of sputtering offences, the Roughriders had the last gasp as
Paul McCallum kicked a 15-yard FG with just over four minutes left for
HAMILTON 24, Winnipeg 19
(17140) - Danny
McManus passed for 266 yards and a TD as Hamilton grabbed second place
in the East with a win over the mistake-prone Bombers, which committed
15 penalties for 108 yards.
MONTREAL 34, Edmonton 6 (19541)
Pringle rushed for 147 yards and three TDs to lead the unbeaten
Alouettes, while QB Anthony Calvillo passed for 276 yards to help the
Alouettes outgain the Eskimos, 507 yards to 199.
FRIDAY JULY 27
CALGARY 28, British Col 22
(32210) - Marcus
Crandell threw for 332 yards and a TD as the Stamps raced to an early
lead and hung on. Calgary's defense held B.C. to just eight points
through the first 55 minutes.
SATURDAY JULY 28
Toronto 50, SASKATCHEWAN 24
(27255) - Backup
QB Jimmy Kemp passed for for 276 yards and three TDs and ran for
another, leading Toronto to its first win. Riders QB Marvin Graves
threw for 381 yards and three TDs.
Brit Col 1 3 0
0 69 94 2 Winnipeg 2 2 0 0 131
Calgary 1 3 0
0 85 135 2 Toronto 1 3 0 0 87 105 2
THURSDAY AUGUST 2
Edmonton 24, HAMILTON 14
(17107) - Mark
Nohra scored on a two-yard TD run in the second quarter, lifting the
Eskimos to the win. Shawn Daniels clinched the win in the fourth,
scoring on a six-yard run that made it 24-7.
FRIDAY AUGUST 3
WINNIPEG 32, Saskatchewan 14
(27310) - Troy
Westwood kicked five FGs as the Blue Bombers snapped a two-game skid.
Charles Roberts rushed for 100 yards on nine carries to lead the
Toronto 36, CALGARY 35 (32605)
Marini missed a FG with no time left but the single gave the Argonauts
its sixth straight road win, dating back to last season. The
combined for 854 yards of total offense.
SATURDAY AUGUST 4
BRITISH COL 44, Montreal 31
(18185) - Damon
Allen tossed four TD passes to Alfred Jackson as the Lions snapped a
three-game skid. Jackson made all four TD catches in the first
tie the Lions' record for TDs in a game.
MONTREAL 27, Hamilton 17
(19541) - Mike
Pringle ran for 137 yards and a TDs as the Als built a 21-point lead
and extended their lead in the East. Pringle recorded his 64th 100-yard
effort, two shy of George Reed's record.
WINNIPEG 36, Toronto 16 (25598)
Nash and Marvin Coleman scored on interception returns as the Bombers
overcame six turnovers. QB Khari Jones threw four interceptions and the
Bombers lost a pair of fumbles.
SATURDAY AUGUST 11
Calgary 35, SASKATCHEWAN 4
(22438) - Travis
Moore caught seven passes for 171 yards and two TDs as the Stamps
escaped sole possession of last place in the West, as QB Marcus
Crandell threw for 388 yards.
BRITISH COL 42, Edmonton 39
(18171) - Damon
Allen threw four TD passes as the Lions built a 25-point lead and held
on. Jason Maas rallied Edmonton with four second-half touchdown passes,
including three to Edward Hervey.
Winnipeg 20, HAMILTON 17
(14515) - Troy Westwood kicked a 19-yard FG
as time expired, lifting the Bombers to the win. Westwood's kick came
over a minute after Paul
Osbaldiston tied the game with a 37-yard single.
MONTREAL 40, Toronto 25 (19541)
Calvillo passed for 333 yards and Terry Baker kicked six FGs as the
league-leading Alouettes outscored Toronto. Each team rolled up 470
yards in total offense.
FRIDAY AUGUST 17
British Col 35, EDMONTON 17
(35394) - Damon
Allen threw three fourth-quarter TD passes as the Lions scored 27
unanswered points and moved into first place in the West. Terry Vaughn
had 10 catches for 165 yards for BC.
CALGARY 37, Saskatchewan 13
(35967) - Marcus
Crandell threw two TD passes and ran for two scores as Calgary broke
open a close game in the second half, outscoring the Roughriders, 27-6.
Brit Col 4 3 0 0
190 181 8 Montreal 6 1 0 0 228 143 12
WINNIPEG 24, Montreal 19
(29503) - Milt
Stegall caught a pair of TD passes in the final eight minutes as the
Blue Bombers rallied from a 14-point halftime deficit to tie Montreal
for the lead in the East.
Hamilton 20, EDMONTON 12
(37666) - Ti-Cats
RB Jeff Johnson ran for 109 yards, while Edmonton retired Warren Moon's
jersey but suffered their third straight loss. Johnson started
following the release of Ronald Williams.
SATURDAY AUGUST 25
Saskatchewan 14, TORONTO 11
(18378) - QB
Kevin Glenn ran two yards for a TD in the third quarter as the
Roughriders posted their second win. Glenn completed just 10-of-27
passes for 87 yards and interception.
BRITISH COL 27, Calgary 13
(23642) - The
Lions extended their winning streak to four, but lost QB Damon Allen to
a broken bone in his non-throwing hand. He was replaced by Tony Corbin,
who threw a pair of TDs.
Brit Col 5 3 0 0
217 194 10 Montreal 6 2 0 0 247 167 12
MONTREAL 23, British Col 19
(19541) - Anthony
Calvillo threw for 273 yards and a TD to lead the Alouettes. His
38-yard TD pass to Tyree Davis that gave Montreal a 16-7 lead with 6:54
left in the second quarter.
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 2
Winnipeg 20, SASKATCHEWAN 18
(30127) - Troy
Westwood kicked four FGs to lead the Blue Bombers in the annual Labour
Day Classic. Westwood's fourth FG set a Bombers FG record of 395, one
more than Trevor Kennerd.
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 3
Edmonton 33, CALGARY 32 (35967)
Fleming's 25-yard FG as time expired gave the Eskimos sole possession
of second. Fleming's FG capped a 70-yard drive guided by Jason Maas,
who threw for 312 yards and a TD.
HAMILTON 26, Toronto 13 (26283)
McManus passed for 318 yards and two TDs, leading Hamilton to the win.
The win was the 135th for Hamilton coach Ron Lancaster, moving him into
fourth place in CFL history.
Brit Col 5 4 0 0
236 217 10 Montreal 7 2 0 0 270 186 14
Calgary 34, EDMONTON 33 (48279)
won when CB William Fields returned a conversion attempt 95 yards for
two points in the final minute. Edmonton scored a pair of TDs in an
82-second span late for the lead.
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 8
TORONTO 32, Brit Columbia 17
(17462) - Jimmy
Kemp threw a pair of TD passes and Chris Neal scored on an interception
return as the Argonauts built a 28-point lead and surprised the Lions,
to snap a four-game skid.
WINNIPEG 63, Hamilton 31
(29500) - Khari
Jones threw three second-half TD passes and Brian Clark and Marvin
Coleman scored on interception returns as the Bombers built a 49-17
lead. and pulled away.
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 9
Montreal 31, SASKATCHEWAN 3
(18358) - Mike
Pringle, who has rushed for over 100 yards in 65 games in his career,
moved closer to George Reed's record of 66 games with a 170-yard
rushing performance in the rout.
Brit Col 5 5 0 0
253 249 10 Montreal 8 2 0 0 301 189 16
Hamilton at British Columbia - Hamilton
was originally scheduled to face the Lions on Saturday night at B.C.
Place but the game was postponed Friday when the Ticats' flight was
cancelled due to the 9-11 terrorist attacks.
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 17
CALGARY 21, Saskatchewan 14
(32456) - Kelvin
Anderson rushed for 109 yards and a TD as Calgary moved into a
first-place tie in the West. Anderson dashed 22 yards for a TD to spark
a 15-point second quarter.
WINNIPEG 23, Edmonton 22
(26144) - Juran
Bolden returned an interception 37 yards for the go-ahead TD midway
through the fourth. After Bolden picked off Jason Maas, Khari Jones hit
Milt Stegall for the deciding two points.
MONTREAL 24, Toronto 18 (19541)
Baker kicked his second and third FGs of the game in the fourth as
Montreal trailed 18-11 at intermission but blanked Toronto in the
Brit Col 5 5 0 0
253 249 10 Montreal 9 2 0 0 325 207 18
EDMONTON 23, Toronto 22 (28687)
Jackson caught a 14-yard TD pass from Jason Maas with 13 seconds to go
for the win, 2:30 after Dan Giancola kicked his fifth FG that extended
Toronto's lead to 22-16.
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 22
HAMILTON 29, Calgary 26 (OT)
(15500) - Danny
McManus threw a 35-yard TD pass to Darren Flutie on Hamilton's first
play from scrimmage in OT. The toss came after Mark McLoughlin
Stamps in front with a 43-yard FG.
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 23
Brit Col 17, SASKATCHEWAN 15
(19777) - Matt
Kellett kicked a pair of FGs in the fourth, including a 30-yarder as
time expired as the Lions moved into first place in the Western
Division. B.C. trailed 15-2 after three quarters.
Winnipeg 28, MONTREAL 25
(19601) - The
Blue Bombers moved into first place in the East as Troy Westwood kicked
an eight-yard field goal with 25 seconds to go. The kick capped a wild
fourth quarter that featured 24 points.
Brit Col 6 5 0 0
270 264 12 Y-Winnip 10 2 0 0 377 259 20
WINNIPEG 23, British Col 22
(29503) - Khari
Jones threw for 258 yards and two TDs as Winnipeg took advantage of a
late missed FG for their ninth straight victory. B.C. rushed for 174
yards and outgained Winnepeg, 354-243.
TORONTO 33, Calgary 31 (15387)
Wayne Shaw took an interception 69 yards for a TD and LB Elfrid Payton
added an 86-yard fumble return for a TD as Toronto won. Calgary
outgained Toronto, 438-353.
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 29
Edmonton 35, SASKATCHEWAN 19
(18086) - Jason
Maas ran for one TD and passed for a TD as the Eskimos moved into first
place. Maas' three-yard run was the only score in the third and
extended Edmonton's lead to 18-6.
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 30
HAMILTON 21, Montreal 20
(19300) - Terry
Baker's 23-yard FG attempt on the final play was partially
Joe Montford got his hand on Baker's kick, which was retrieved in the
end zone for a single.
Winnipeg 37, EDMONTON 33
(29659) - Khari Jones threw three TDs and
for another to lead the Blue Bombers to their 10th straight win. Jones
threw for 352 yards and Milt Stegall had eight catches for 130 yards.
SATURDAY OCTOBER 6
Toronto 34, BRIT COLUMBIA 17
(17822) - RB
Michael Jenkins scored two TDs and passed the 1,000-yard mark, while
Ted Alford, Nigel Williams and Derrell Mitchell caught TD passes for
the Argos, who have won two in a row.
MONDAY OCTOBER 8 Saskatchewan 13, MONTREAL 7
(19601) - Darren Davis ran for 125 yards
the Roughriders surprised Montreal. QB Keith Smith scored on a one-yard
run and Paul McCallum kicked a pair of FGs for Saskatchewan.
Hamilton 35, CALGARY 33 (31794)
Vaughn established a record as the Tiger-Cats extended their win streak
to three. Vaughn blocked his second punt of the game and set the CFL
record with the ninth block of his career.
EDMONTON 28, Brit Columbia 22
(30518) - Sean
Fleming kicked four FGs and Winston October returned a punt for a TD as
Edmonton inched closer to a playoff berth, as QB Jason Maas completed
19-of-31 passes for 238 yards.
SATURDAY OCTOBER 13
TORONTO 51, Montreal 24 (17258)
Bell passed for 250 yards and three TD as the Argos handed the Als
their fourth straight loss. Mike Jenkins ran for 149 yards and
the Argos climb within four points of Hamilton.
SUNDAY OCTOBER 14
WINNIPEG 24, Hamilton 17
(28558) - Khari
Jones threw three TD passes to Milt Stegall as Winnipeg clinched the
top spot in the East. Winnipeg's club record-tying 11th straight
is the second-longest in CFL history.
Calgary 29, SASKATCHEWAN 26
(18496) - Mark
McLoughlin hit a 29-yard FG with eight seconds left as the Stamps moved
into second in the West. The kick came less than three minutes after a
tying 28-yarder by Paul McCallum.
X-Clinched Division Title
Y-Clinched Playoff Berth
FRIDAY OCTOBER 19
Edmonton 25, TORONTO 22 (OT)
(15438) - Jason
Maas hit Edward Hervey with a 35-yard TD pass to lift the Eskimos, who
trailed by three points with K Sean Fleming sidelined from a knee
injury suffered during the fourth quarter.
SATURDAY OCTOBER 20
CALGARY 29, Montreal 9 (34029)
McLoughlin kicked five FGs as the Stamps handed the
their fifth straight loss. Montreal was playing without six starters,
including Anthony Calvillo and RB Mike Pringle.
WINNIPEG 26, British Col 18
(23510) - Charles
Roberts returned a punt 58 yards for a TD and Eric Blount scored twice
to lead the Blue Bombers to their 12th straight victory. The winning
streak is the longest in team history.
SUNDAY OCTOBER 21
HAMILTON 30, Saskatchewan 24
(17266) - Hamilton
scored 13 points in the fourth and clinching a playoff berth. Paul
Osbaldiston kicked three FGs in the second half for Hamilton, which has
rallied to win in four of its last five.
X-Clinched Division Title
Y-Clinched Playoff Berth
FRIDAY OCTOBER 26
TORONTO 12, Winnipeg 7 (16782)
Joseph had a one-yard TD run with 1:38 remaining to give Toronto the
upset. Joseph's run was his only carry of the game and capped an
SATURDAY OCTOBER 27
SASKATCHEWAN 12, Edmonton 3
(20917) - Paul
McCallum kicked a CFL-record 62-yard FG as the Riders pulled off the
upset. Riders K Dave Ridgeway set the previous mark, booting a
60-yarder on September 6, 1987.
SUNDAY OCTOBER 28
British Col 34, CALGARY 16
(33144) - Sean
Millington had two short TD runs and Matt Kellett kicked four FGs as
the Lions snapped a four-game losing streak and moved within one point
Hamilton 38, MONTREAL 18
(19601) - Danny
McManus threw three TD passes and Troy Davis ran for two as the
Tiger-Cats defeated the slumping Alouettes, who have lost six
games, including two to Hamilton.
X-Clinched Division Title
Y-Clinched Playoff Berth
FRIDAY NOVEMBER 2
Calgary 22, WINNIPEG 15 (27678)
Stampeders clinched a playoff spot for the 14th straight year as Mark
McLoughlin kicked five FGs and QB Marcus Crandell completed 27-of-43
passes for 325 yards with four interceptions.
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 3
Saskatchewan 42, BRIT COL 10
(20076) - QB
Kevin Glenn threw for one TD and rushed for one, Darren Davis rushed
for two and Chris Szarka scored on a 37-yard run for the Riders, who
finished a point ahead of last year's total.
HAMILTON 31, Toronto 20 (21019)
LB Sean Woodson returned one of his three second-quarter interceptions
100 yards for a TD. Woodson also recovered a fumble in the 24-point 2nd
quarter to help build a 31-2 lead.
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 4
EDMONTON 32, Montreal 26
(43123) - Edward
Hervey caught a pair of TD passes and Jackie Kellogg scored on a
56-yard interception return as the Eskimos handed Montreal its seventh
straight loss and finished at .500.
TUESDAY NOVEMBER 6
BRITISH COLUMBIA 24, Hamilton
12 (19769) - The
defending Grey Cup champions clinched a postseason berth ss Sean
Millington scored on three short runs. A loss would have secured a
postseason spot for Toronto.
X-Clinched Division Title
Y-Clinched Playoff Berth
Nov 11 - HAMILTON (11-7) 24,
Montreal (9-9) 12 (18500) -
Archie Amerson scored on a 93-yard punt return and 31-yard catch as the
Tiger-Cats moved on. Danny McManus threw a TD pass and ran for another
score for Hamilton, while Montreal lost its eighth straight game to end
Nov 11 - CALGARY (8-10) 28,
British Columbia (8-10) 19 (21807) - DL
Marc Pilon scored his first-ever TD as Calgary advanced to the West
Division final. Pilon caught a four-yard pass from Marcus Crandell on a
trick play with 2:08 left and Calgary made the two-point conversion for
a 25-19 lead.
Nov 18 - WINNIPEG (14-4) 28,
Hamilton (12-7) 13 (29503) - Winnipeg
advanced to the Grey Cup for the first time in eight years as Khari
Jones threw a pair of long TD passes. Winnipeg stopped QB Danny McManus
twice from the 1-yard line while protecting a 10-point lead early in
Nov 18 - Calgary (9-10) 34,
EDMONTON (9-9) 16 (42156) - Marcus
Crandell threw four first-half TD passes as Calgary earned its 11th
trip to the Grey Cup. Crandell completed 21-of-28 passes for 323 yards,
including two TDs to Kamau Peterson and one each to Travis Moore and
2001 Grey Cup (November 25
at Montreal - 65,255)
CALGARY STAMPEDERS (10-10) 27,
WINNIPEG BLUE BOMBERS (15-4) 19 - Marcus
Crandell passed for 309 yards and two TDs as the Stampeders captured
their second CFL championship in four years. Crandell led the
Stampeders to their fourth straight victory as they became the second
team in as many years to win the title after posting a losing record
during the regular season. Before the second-largest crowd in Grey Cup
history, Crandell won MVP honors after completing 18-of-35 passes. He
highlighted a 17-point second quarter with a 68-yard strike to Marc
Boerigter and a nine-yard touchdown toss to Travis Moore.