Monday, November 19, 2012

Argos To Host Stampeders In Grey Cup Final

Both games were played on Sunday as the Canadian Football League's Grey Cup semifinals took place.

At Montreal:

Ricky Ray threw for 399 yards and a touchdown while Marcus Bell picked off a pair of passes as the Toronto Argonauts knocked off the Montreal Alouettes 27-20 on the road in the East Division Final.

At Vancouver, British Columbia:

Kevin Glenn threw for three touchdowns as the Calgary Stampeders locked up a spot in the 100th Grey Cup Final with a 34-29 West Division Final road win over the defending champions British Columbia Lions.

This coming Sunday will mark the 100th edition of the Grey Cup Final, as the Toronto Argonauts battle the Calgary Stampeders at Toronto's Rogers Centre.

It will be the third time that the Argos and Stamps have met in the title game (Calgary won in Vancouver in 1971 by a score of 14-11, Toronto won at Winnipeg in 1991 by a 36-21 score).

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