Stampeders and Redblacks Reach Grey Cup
CALGARY, Alberta (AP) — Eric Rogers made a leaping catch with 3:46 left for his third touchdown of the game and the Calgary Stampeders advanced to the Grey Cup for the third straight year, beating the Winnipeg Blue Bombers 22-14 on Sunday in the CFL's West Division final.
Calgary will face Ottawa next Sunday night in Edmonton in a rematch of the Redblacks' 2016 Grey Cup victory. Ottawa beat Hamilton 46-27 in the East final Sunday. Calgary lost to Toronto last year in the title game.
Bo Levi Mitchell completed 17 of 31 passes for 214 yards and the three touchdown strikes to Rogers, the last a 10-yarder.
Winnipeg's Justin Medlock made a CFL playoff-record 57-yard field goal.
OTTAWA, Ontario (AP) — Trevor Harris threw a CFL playoff-record six touchdown passes and the Ottawa Redblacks beat the Hamilton Tiger-Cats 46-27 on Sunday in the East Division final to advance to the Grey Cup.
Harris was 29 of 32 for 367 yards to help Ottawa reach the Grey Cup for the third time in four years. The Redblacks will face the Calgary Stampeders next Sunday night in Edmonton, Alberta, in a rematch of Ottawa's 2016 victory in the title game.
Calgary beat Winnipeg 22-14 in the West final.
Hamilton's Jeremiah Masoli completed 28 of 41 passes for 315 yards with a TD and three interceptions. He also had a TD run.
Ottawa was 4-0 against Hamilton this season.