Winnipeg Blue Bombers (13-5)
Head Coach: Cal Murphy
Calgary Stampeders (15-3)
Head Coach: Wally Buono
Baltimore CFLs (12-6)
Head Coach: Don Matthews
Toronto Argonauts (7-11)
Head Coach: Bob O'Billovich
Ottawa Rough Riders (4-14)
Head Coach: Adam Rita
Edmonton Eskimos (13-5)
Head Coach: Ron Lancaster
British Columbia Lions (11-6-1)
Head Coach: Dave Ritchie
Saskatchewan Roughriders (11-7)
Head Coach: Ray Jauch
1994 Grey Cup (November 27 at Vancouver - 55,097)
BRITISH COLUMBIA LIONS (13-6-1) 26, BALTIMORE CFL'S (14-6) 23 - The Grey Cup, exclusively a Canadian event for the first 82 seasons of its existence, became an international affair when Baltimore became the first U.S.-based club to vie for the trophy. After a successful run to an East Division crown, Baltimore faced the B.C. Lions for the Grey Cup title. With the game being contested at Vancouver’s B.C. Place Stadium and national pride clearly on the line, this was not your typical Grey Cup game. Kent Austin started at quarterback for the Lions, which was somewhat of a surprise given that his backup, Danny McManus, engineered a last-second victory over the Calgary Stampeders in the West Final. Austin was playing with a tender left shoulder, but it didn’t prevent him from moving the Lions downfield to set up Lui Passaglia’s 47-yard field goal for the initial points of the game. Baltimore responded in the second quarter to take a 14-3 lead. Quarterback Tracy Ham put Baltimore on the scoreboard on a one-yard run, while Alvin Walton picked off an Austin throw and completed a lateral pass to Karl Anthony who scampered 36 yards for Baltimore’s second touchdown. The Lions got a defensive touchdown of their own when Charles Gordon intercepted a pass by Ham and scored on a 17-yard return. Baltimore added a late field goal by Donald Igwebuike to take a 17-10 halftime lead. Austin was ineffective for B.C., getting intercepted three times. With a minute remaining in the first half, head coach Dave Ritchie turned to McManus. Baltimore added to its lead with another field goal. But the momentum shifted in B.C.’s favour late in the third quarter. Setting up for a 34-yard field goal, holder Darren Flutie took the ball, jumped to his feet and ran to his right to the 10-yard line, giving the Lions a first down. Three plays later, McManus scored on a third down gamble. B.C. tied the score with 52 seconds remaining in the third quarter on Passaglia’s 42-yard field goal. The score was deadlocked at 23-23 after both clubs exchanged field goals in the fourth quarter. Passaglia had an opportunity to kick a 37-yard field goal with 1:02 left in regulation, but he missed. But as fate would have it, Passaglia received another opportunity for the winning kick with no time remaining, and he made good on a 38-yard attempt to keep the Grey Cup in Canada.
WEDNESDAY AUGUST 24
WINNIPEG 31, Sacramento 28 (21804) - Keithen McCant, the last healthy QB on the Bomber bench, came in to replace an injured Sammy Garta early in the first quarter and led the team to their fifth straight win.
THURSDAY AUGUST 25
Calgary 52, TORONTO 3 (19158) - QB Doug Flutie was good on 25-of-34 for 296 yards and four TDs in Calgary's seventh win in a row. He also ran four times for 32 yards, including a two-yard touchdown in the third quarter.
EDMONTON 44, Las Vegas 17 (28559) - Gizmo Williams had a 74-yard kick return for a TD and Eddie Brown added an 84-yard run into the end zone on a punt return late in the game to lead the Eskimos to the easy win.
FRIDAY AUGUST 26
SASKATCHEWAN 35, Ottawa 19 (21738) - Mike Saunders caught two TD passes and ran for one to lift the western Riders. S Glen Suitor intercepted a Marquel Fleetwood pass in the end zone in the 4th as Ottawa tried to rally.
SATURDAY AUGUST 27
Baltimore 28, HAMILTON 17 (15227) - Tracy Ham, nursing a tear in his right thigh muscle, capped an 11-point fourth-quarter outburst with a 20-yard TD pass to Mike Pringle to give Baltimore an error-filled win.
BRITISH COL 67, Shreveport 15 (20398) - The 67 points set a new record for most points scored by a B.C. team in a single game. The Lions scored five TDs in the first half and four in the second. Shreveport held a brief 6-0 lead.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
British Col 7  1 0 350 205 14 Winnipeg    6  2 0 318 253 12
Calgary     7  1 0 344 134 14 Baltimore   5  3 0 236 221 10
Edmonton    6  2 0 245 167 12 Toronto     3  5 0 225 301  6
Saskatch    4  4 0 199 229  8 Ottawa      2  6 0 220 285  4
Sacramento  3  5 0 167 247  6 Hamilton    2  6 0 183 245  4
Las Vegas   3  5 0 219 243  6 Shreveport  0  8 0 147 323  0
WEDNESDAY JULY 6
OTTAWA 40, Shreveport 10 (18134) - SB Jock Climie scored three TDs and Michael Richardson added one while controlling the game with 155 yards rushing as the Riders beat their old owners - Bernie and Lonie Glieberman.
THURSDAY JULY 7
Baltimore 28, TORONTO 20 (13101) - It may not have a name but Baltimore has a victory. QB Tracy Ham and Chris Armstrong connected on two TDs, as Toronto drove to the 3 before turning the ball over on downs with 11 seconds.
FRIDAY JULY 8
SASKATCHEWAN 22, Calgary 21 (23342) - The Riders rallied from a 21-0 deficit on WR Don Narcisse's TD with time running out. From 15 yards out, QB Tom Burgess found Narcisse alone about five yards into the end zone.
Las Vegas 32, SACRAMENTO 26 (14816) - Anthony Calvillo recovered from a poor first half and threw three TD passes, leading the expansion Posse to a win in the first game between two U.S. franchises in the CFL.
BRITISH COL 24, Winnipeg 20 (20069) - In the span of just 9:33, the Lions overcame a 15-point deficit with TDs by Ray Alexander on a 26-yard catch, QB Kent Austin's 1-yard plunge and Virgil Robertson's 19-yard fumble return.
SATURDAY JULY 9
EDMONTON 26, Hamilton 11 (25687) - The Eskimos looked rusty, although quarterback Damon Allen did manage two TD passes. Hamilton's only TD came when Cornell Burbage ran back an Edmonton kickoff 93 yards.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
Edmonton    1  0 0  26  11  2 Ottawa      1  0 0  40  10  2
British Col 1  0 0  24  20  2 Baltimore   1  0 0  28  20  2
Saskatch    1  0 0  22  21  2 Winnipeg    0  1 0  20  24  0
Las Vegas   1  0 0  32  26  2 Toronto     0  1 0  20  28  0
Calgary     0  1 0  21  22  0 Hamilton    0  1 0  11  26  0
Sacramento  0  1 0  10  40  0 Shreveport  0  1 0  10  40  0
THURSDAY JULY 14
Sacramento 25, HAMILTON 22 (19291) - Miners QB David Archer passed for 374 yards and three TDs to lead a rally. Archer hit Troy Mills on a 59-yard TD strike to erase a 22-17 deficit at 9:59 of the fourth quarter.
WINNIPEG 50, Edmonton 35 (21686) - Bombers QB Matt Dunigan threw for a CFL-record 713 yards. Alfred Jackson caught seven passes for a team- record 308 yards and four TDs. Winnipeg produced 793 yards.
FRIDAY JULY 15
British Columbia 57, OTTAWA 18 (17491) - Lions QB Kent Austin threw four TD passes, including a pair to Freeman Baysinger, as B.C. rolled and K  Lui Passaglia tied Ron Lancaster's CFL record with his 288th career game.
SATURDAY JULY 16
Calgary 42, BALTIMORE 16 (39247) - Doug Flutie threw for two TDs and ran for another as Calgary won the first regular-season pro football game in Baltimore since the NFL's Baltimore Colts played Dec. 18, 1993.
Toronto 35, SHREVEPORT 34 (20634) - Argos QB Mike Kerrigan threw two second-half TD passes as Toronto rallied from a 17-point third-quarter deficit. Kerrigan's 64-yard pass to Jeff Fairholm with 8:24 left was the winner.
LAS VEGAS 32, Saskatchewan 22 (OT) (12213) - Carlos Huerta kicked a 53-yard FG and Zed Robinson scored on a 23-yard run in overtime to lift the Posse to their second straight win.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
British Col 2  0 0  81  38  4 Ottawa      1  1 0  58  67  2
Las Vegas   2  0 0  64  48  4 Baltimore   1  1 0  44  62  2
Saskatch    1  1 0  44  53  2 Winnipeg    1  1 0  70  59  2
Edmonton    1  1 0  61  61  2 Toronto     1  1 0  55  62  2
Calgary     1  1 0  63  38  2 Hamilton    0  2 0  33  51  0
Sacramento  1  1 0  51  54  2 Shreveport  0  2 0  44  75  0
WEDNESDAY JULY 20
EDMONTON 23, Ottawa 21 (27188) - Ottawa K Terry Baker went seven-for-seven on FG attempts, but with time running out, Sean Fleming stepped on to the field and nailed a 33-yard attempt to give Edmonton the win.
THURSDAY JULY 21
BRIT COL 42, Hamilton 25 (OT) (18976) - It was Lui Passaglia's night but not until the Lions scored 17 points in overtime to defeat the Ti-Cats. Passaglia played in his 289th game, a CFL record.
FRIDAY JULY 22
SASKATCHEWAN 35, Toronto 24 (23433) - Tom Burgess ran for two TDs and threw two more as the Riders won. Burgess' TD runs were fr om 10 and one yards our, while he connected with Ray Elgaard and Don Narcisse.
SATURDAY JULY 23
BALTIMORE 40, Shreveport 24 (31172) - Tracy Ham threw for three TDs and ran for another to lead Baltimore, which forced five turnovers, four in the second half when they outscored the Pirates, 28-14.
CALGARY 58, Winnipeg 19 (26243) - The Stamps needed just 20 minutes to run up 35 points and prompt the Bombers to roll over and play dead. It was the most points ever scored against a Winnipeg defence
Sacramento 22, LAS VEGAS 20 (10470) - Miners QB David Archer, sacked 10 times for 68 yards, hit Rod Harris for a 32-yard TD on the game's final play. Archer drove the team 85 yards in six plays over 58 seconds
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
British Col 3  0 0 123  63  6 Baltimore   2  1 0  84  86  4
Las Vegas   2  1 0  84  70  4 Ottawa      1  2 0  79  90  2
Saskatch    2  1 0  79  77  4 Winnipeg    1  2 0  89 117  2
Edmonton    2  1 0  84  82  4 Toronto     1  2 0  79  97  2
Calgary     2  1 0 121  57  4 Hamilton    0  3 0  58  93  0
Sacramento  2  1 0  73  74  4 Shreveport  0  3 0  68 115  0
THURSDAY JULY 28
Ottawa 53, HAMILTON 25 (12339) - Danny Barrett threw three TD passes and Terry  Baker booted 23 points as the Riders hung on for the victory. Earl Winfield scored a club-record 57th TD in his Hamilton career.
WINNIPEG 39, Baltimore 32 (22398) - Bombers QB Matt Dunigan completed 23 passes in the second half for 312 yards and three TDs, after Baltimore had built a 25-10 third-quarter lead.
FRIDAY JULY 29
TORONTO 39, Las Vegas 20 (14296) - Mike Kerrigan threw four first-half TD passes to lead the Argos to the win over the Posse, who dropped their second straight.
CALGARY 62, British Col 21 (23693) - Doug Flutie ran for two TDs and threw for two more, as the Stamps, for the second straight week, set a team record for points scored.
SATURDAY JULY 30
Edmonton 24, SHREVEPORT 10 (17434) - Esks QB Damon Allen ran for one TD and backup Rickey Foggie threw for one. The Eskimos led 16-9 at half, then limited Shreveport to just two first downs and 47 yards in the 2nd half.
SACRAMENTO 30, Saskatch 27 (14828) - Thanks to penalties, the Miners moved down the field in the final minutes, where David Archer hit Rod Harris with an 18-yard TD with 1:04 left. The penalties numbered 33 for both teams.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
British Col 3  1 0 144 125  6 Baltimore   2  2 0 116 125  4
Edmonton    3  1 0 108  92  6 Ottawa      2  2 0 132 115  4
Calgary     3  1 0 183  78  6 Winnipeg    2  2 0 128 149  4
Sacramento  3  1 0 103 101  6 Toronto     2  2 0 118 117  4
Saskatch    2  2 0 106 107  4 Hamilton    0  4 0  83 146  0
Las Vegas   2  2 0 104 109  4 Shreveport  0  4 0  78 139  0
WEDNESDAY AUGUST 3
Calgary 30, OTTAWA 27 (17163) - Mark McLoughlin's fifth FG, a 21-yarder with 1:21 left, lifted the Stampeders, who fumbled a punt the the Riders recovered on the one and tied the game on the next play with 7:35 to go.
THURSDAY AUGUST 4
Winnipeg 54, TORONTO 34 (13407) - Special teams ruled the night for the Bombers. K Troy Westwood kicked three FGs in the first 22 minutes, and had 679 yards on kickoffs, second-most in CFL history.
EDMONTON 42, Saskatchewan 23 (27633) - Damon Allen ran for one and tossed for two TDs as the Esks rumbled to a wacky win, thanks to  Gizmo Williams, who returned a missed FG 115 yards for the first TD of the game.
BRIT COL 46, Sacramento 10 (16459) - Mike Trevathan caught two TD passes and Sean Millington ran for two as the Lions dominated from the start. Charles Gordon had three interceptions for the Lions.
FRIDAY AUGUST 5
HAMILTON 38, Shreveport 15 (12612) - QB Timm Rosenbach threw two TD passes and ran for another as Hamilton won the battle of East Division cellar dwellers. Earl Winfield caught both of Rosenbach's scoring tosses.
SATURDAY AUGUST 6
Baltimore 38, LAS VEGAS 33 (10740) - Tracy Ham scored on a 1-yard QB sneak with 4:50 to go to give the CFL Colts the win in a game that saw 8 lead changes. Vegas came close, but WR Curtis Mayfield at the 3 as time ran out.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
British Col 4  1 0 190 135  8 Baltimore   3  2 0 154 158  6
Edmonton    4  1 0 150 115  8 Winnipeg    3  2 0 182 183  6
Calgary     4  1 0 213 105  8 Ottawa      2  3 0 159 145  4
Sacramento  3  2 0 113 147  6 Toronto     2  3 0 152 171  4
Saskatch    2  3 0 129 149  4 Hamilton    1  4 0 121 161  2
Las Vegas   2  3 0 137 147  4 Shreveport  0  5 0  93 177  0
WEDNESDAY AUGUST 10
BALTIMORE 30, Hamilton 15 (37231) - Don Matthews became the sixth coach in CFL history to win 100 games and Baltimore gained sole possession of first place. Bud Grant was the coach to win 100 faster.
CALGARY 25, Sacramento 11 (21110) - Stamps RB Tony Stewart ran for a pair of two-yard TDs as Calgary won its fifth in a row. Miners QB David Archer dislocated his index finger, but threw for 376 yards and a touchdown.
THURSDAY AUGUST 11
Winnipeg 59, OTTAWA 41 (19173) - Ottawa scored 27 straight points to cut the deficit to 35-27 early in the 4th before the Bombers outscored them 24-14 in the final 10 minutes. Blaise Bryant led the Bombers with four TDs.
BRITISH COL 54, Toronto 39 (19424) - Lions CB Less Browne, who is retiring at the end of the year, picked off two more passes and blocked a kick to key a comeback. The teams combined for more than 900 passing yards.
FRIDAY AUGUST 12
SASKATCHEWAN 20, Edmonton 7 (24548) - Dan Farthing made a 25-yard TD catch and Dave Ridgway kicked four FGs as the Riders moved back to .500. QB Tom Burgess, working from the shotgun formation, set up the FGs.
SATURDAY AUGUST 13
Las Vegas 49, SHREVEPORT 13 (16011) - James Bullock returned the second-half kickoff 94 yards for a TD and backup QB Len Williams threw three second- half TD passes to lead the Posse.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
British Col 5  1 0 244 174 10 Baltimore   4  2 0 184 173  8
Calgary     5  1 0 238 116 10 Winnipeg    4  2 0 241 224  8
Edmonton    4  2 0 157 135  8 Ottawa      2  4 0 200 204  4
Sacramento  3  3 0 124 172  6 Toronto     2  4 0 191 225  4
Saskatch    3  3 0 149 156  6 Hamilton    1  5 0 136 191  2
Las Vegas   3  3 0 186 160  6 Shreveport  0  6 0 106 226  0
WEDNESDAY AUGUST 17
WINNIPEG 46, Ottawa 1 (21308) - The Bombers led 17-0 when QB Matt Dunigan went down with a knee injury. Sammy Garza threw for 276 yards and two TDs in relief as the Bombers rolled.
THURSDAY AUGUST 18
Edmonton 44, SACRAMENTO 15 (13959) - QB Damon Allen threw for one TD and ran for two, and Sean Fleming kicked five FGs as the Esks rolled. Miners QB David Archer was out with a pinched neck nerve and a dislocated finger.
FRIDAY AUGUST 19
CALGARY 54, Saskatchewan 15 (29044) - Doug Flutie led Calgary to 27 first-half points, and the Stampeders routed the Riders to stay in a tie for the Western Division lead.
SATURDAY AUGUST 20
Toronto 31, BALTIMORE 24 (41155) - Pinball Clemons scored two TDs and threw for another, and the Argos rediscovered their defense. Toronto had lost 20 of their last 21 road games.
Hamilton 30, SHREVEPORT 26 (14364) - The Pirates rallied for 16 fourth-quarter points but remained the CFL's only winless team in a game delayed 39 minutes in the first half by lightning.
Brit Col 39, LAS VEGAS 16 (14432) - Giulio Caravatta, the third-string QB turned emergency kicker, kicked three second-half FGs and added a single to spark the Lions' run of 21 straight fourth-quarter points.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
British Col 6  1 0 283 190 12 Winnipeg    5  2 0 287 225 10
Calgary     6  1 0 292 131 12 Baltimore   4  3 0 208 204  8
Edmonton    5  2 0 201 150 10 Toronto     3  4 0 222 249  6
Sacramento  3  4 0 139 216  6 Ottawa      2  5 0 201 250  4
Saskatch    3  4 0 164 210  6 Hamilton    2  5 0 166 217  4
Las Vegas   3  4 0 202 199  6 Shreveport  0  7 0 132 256  0
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 2
SACRAMENTO 15, Brit Col 15 (OT) (12633) - Paul McCallum's four FGs and three singles accounted for all B.C.'s points. With four seconds left in OT, Lions' Mike Trevathan's single attempt from near midfield fell short.
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 3
OTTAWA 54, Las Vegas 50 (OT) (17732) - Rookie TB Joe Campbell scored the winning TD, his second of the game, in the second five-minute OT as the lead changed six times, including three times in the wild fourth quarter.
Baltimore 28, SHREVEPORT 16 (16332) - Baltimore's Mike Pringle ran for 232 yards and a TD. Baltimore gained 320 yards rushing against the Pirates, who had been giving op only 137 yards a game.
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 16
CALGARY 35, Las Vegas 25 (24852) - Allen Pitts snagged two TD passes as the Stamps scratched out a sluggish win. Star SB Dave Sapunjis left the game in the second quarter with a broken collarbone.
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 17
Winnipeg 38, HAMILTON 21 (11248) - Blaise Bryant ran for 249 yards to  eclipse the Winnipeg record of 221 yards. Only Ron Stewart, 287 yards, and George Reed, 268, have run for more yards in a CFL game.
Edmonton 25, BRITISH COL 18 (34929) - Esks QB Damon Allen threw 24- and 29-yard TD passes to Eddie Brown and a 22-yarder to FB Michael Soles, while BC's Spencer McLennan returned a missed FG 109 yards for a TD.
SACRAMENTO 56, Shreveport 3 (13747) - The Miners had 29 first downs in the first half, compared to three for the Pirates. Shreveport was held to 185  yards, including 94 in the first half. Sacramento had 470 yards in the first half.
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 18
Ottawa 40, TORONTO 32 (15102) - Ottawa QB Danny Barrett was 15 of 28 for 306 yards. Michael Richardson, playing his first game since being injured in the second week of the season, added two TDs for the Riders.
Baltimore 35, SASKATCHEWAN 18 (28035) - Baltimore RB Mike Pringle ran for 173 yards on 30 carries and two TDs. The game marked the return of coach Don Matthews to Regina where he coached for 2 1/2 years.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
Calgary     9  2 0 439 212 18 Winnipeg    7  4 0 405 365 14
British Col 8  2 1 411 263 17 Baltimore   7  4 0 328 285 14
Edmonton    8  3 0 323 245 16 Toronto     4  7 0 306 388  8
Saskatch    6  5 0 308 313 12 Ottawa      4  7 0 332 395  8
Sacramento  5  5 1 268 294 11 Hamilton    3  8 0 251 332  6
Las Vegas   4  7 0 328 353  8 Shreveport  0 11 0 187 441  0
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 23
WINNIPEG 30, British Col 18 (30134) - The Winnipeg defence forced four Lions' fumbles and picked off three passes. Three of the fumble recoveries became Winnipeg TDs, while K Troy Westwood hit a 57-yard FG.
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 24
Saskatch 29, SHREVEPORT 11 (15502) - The Pirates equalled a CFL record for the most consecutive losses to open a season. Five interceptions and three fumbles made the latest defeat possible.
Calgary 39, SACRAMENTO 25 (17192) - Stamps QB Doug Flutie completed 24 of 37 passes for 354 yards and four TDs as Calgary rolled. Flutie, the CFL's top-rated passer, threw three of his TD passes in the second quarter.
LAS VEGAS 25, Hamilton 21 (4761) - Carlos Huerta kicked a career-high six field goals, including two from 53 yards, for the Posse before the smallest crowd to see them play so far.
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 25
Baltimore 42, OTTAWA 27 (20764) - Baltimore LB Matt Goodwin scored a pair of TDs off Ottawa punt attempts, the first a 39-yard return of a fumbled snap and the second on a blocked punt that Goodwin returned 30 yards.
EDMONTON 28, Toronto 25 (24132) - Edmonton K Sean Fleming's foot saved the day when his fourth FG of the game pulled out a bizarre win. The Eskimos trailed 25-6 after playing a disgraceful first half.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
Calgary    10  2 0 478 237 20 Winnipeg    8  4 0 435 383 16
Edmonton    9  3 0 351 270 18 Baltimore   8  4 0 370 312 16
British Col 8  3 1 429 293 17 Toronto     4  8 0 331 416  8
Saskatch    7  5 0 337 324 14 Ottawa      4  8 0 359 437  8
Sacramento  5  6 1 293 333 11 Hamilton    3  9 0 272 357  6
Las Vegas   5  7 0 353 374 10 Shreveport  0 12 0 198 470  0
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 30
British Col 26, EDMONTON 24 (23167) - B.C. kicker Lui Passaglia's last- minute FG propelled B.C. into second place in the CFL West. Edmonton's Sean Fleming had moved the Eskimos ahead 24-23 with 10:33 to go.
Sacramento 19, SASKATCH 16 (23869) - Roman Anderson booted six FGs, a club record, to lead the Gold Miners. Sacramento led 12-10 at the half, which featured just 61 net yards by Saskatchewan and 104 by the Miners.
SATURDAY OCTOBER 1
BALTIMORE 40, Ottawa 13 (36197) - Donald Igwebuike, who was released by the CFL Colts then resigned, kicked four FGs to help Baltimore become the first team in CFL history to earn a playoff berth in its inaugural season.
WINNIPEG 39, Shreveport 21 (20426) - The Bombers got six FGs from Troy Westwood, extending his success streak to 12 straight. Bombers WR Gerald Wilcox caught 11 passes for 157 yards.
SUNDAY OCTOBER 2
TORONTO 39, Hamilton 36 (18709) - Trailing 36-11 late in the third, the Argos inserted injured rookie QB Marvin Graves, who threw two TD passes to Bobby Gordon and one to Paul Masotti to spark the comeback.
Calgary 45, LAS VEGAS 26 (7438) - Doug Flutie threw four TD passes and the Calgary defense sacked Las Vegas quarterbacks 10 times in front of another sparse crowd.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
Calgary    11  2 0 523 263 22 Y-Winnipeg  9  4 0 474 404 18
British Col 9  3 1 455 317 19 Y-Baltimore 9  4 0 410 325 18
Edmonton    9  4 0 375 296 18 Toronto     5  8 0 370 452 10
Saskatch    7  6 0 353 343 14 Ottawa      4  9 0 372 477  8
Sacramento  6  6 1 312 349 13 Hamilton    3 10 0 308 396  6
Las Vegas   5  8 0 379 419 10 Shreveport  0 13 0 219 509  0
Y-Clinched Playoff Berth
FRIDAY OCTOBER 7
BALTIMORE 22, Las Vegas 16 (34186) - Tracy Ham threw two TD passes, and Baltimore assured itself of at least one home playoff game. Mike Pringle ran for a TD and 133 yards, his fourth straight 100-yard game for Baltimore.
SATURDAY OCTOBER 8
Winnipeg 38, SHREVEPORT 22 (14088) - Gerald Alphin snared four TD passes from QB Keithen McCant and Blaise Bryant ran for 124 yards, putting him over 1,000, as the Bombers scored 17 straight points in the 2nd half.
BRIT COL 23, Saskatchewan 22 (31955) - Lui Passaglia kicked a 31-yard FG as time expired to give the error-prone Lions the win. B.C. committed six turnovers, but Passaglia was perfect on three field goal attempts.
SACRAMENTO 34, Toronto 32 (13050) - A 22-yard FG by Roman Anderson with just eight seconds left gave the Miners the win and moved them ahead of Saskatchewan for the final Western Division playoff berth.
SUNDAY OCTOBER 10
Edmonton 33, HAMILTON 32 (14402) - Edmonton rallied from a 32-15 deficit heading into the final quarter to keep the Western Division title hopes alive. They won a game on a single with one second remaining.
MONDAY OCTOBER 11
CALGARY 28, Ottawa 24 (22615) - Will Moore had seven catches for 162 yards, including TDs of 20 and 40 yards, as the Stampeders won their CFL-record 21st consecutive regular season game at McMahon Stadium.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
Y-Calgary  12  2 0 551 287 24 Y-Winnipeg 10  4 0 512 426 20
Brit Col   10  3 1 478 339 21 Y-Baltimore10  4 0 432 341 20
Edmonton   10  4 0 408 328 20 Toronto     5  9 0 402 486 10
Sacramento  7  6 1 346 381 15 Ottawa      4 10 0 396 505  8
Saskatch    7  7 0 375 366 14 Hamilton    3 11 0 340 429  6
Las Vegas   5  9 0 395 441 10 Shreveport  0 14 0 241 547  0
Y-Clinched Playoff Berth
SATURDAY OCTOBER 15
SASKATCHEWAN 38, Brit Col 27 (27008) - Tom Burgess turned in one of his best showings of the CFL season by throwing four TD passes to lead the Roughriders. Elbert Turner caught two of the TD tosses.
Winnipeg 48, LAS VEGAS 17 (2350) - With TD passes to Jamie Holland and Gerald Alphin and a two-yard TD run by Blaise Bryant, Matt Dunigan staked the Bombers to a 27-11 halftime lead and they rolled from there.
SUNDAY OCTOBER 16
SHREVEPORT 24, Sacramento 12 (12465) - The Pirates, playing in a steady rain, scored three TDs in the first half to earn their first win after 14 defeats., as Mike Johnson threw three touchdown passes.
HAMILTON 27, Calgary 24 (19516) - Reggie Slack's one-yard TD run with 53 seconds to go earned the Ticats the upset. The TD came two plays after a pass interference penalty on Calgary's Greg Freer put Hamilton on the one.
EDMONTON 31, Baltimore 24 (31918) - Rickey Foggie, who replaced Damon Allen when he was injured late in the first quarter, threw two TD passes and completed 21 of 35 passes for 262 yards.
Toronto 24, OTTAWA 22 (21028) - Marvin Graves completed 18 of 32 pass attempts for 298 yards and Muhammad Shamsid-Deen scored three TDs as the Argos moved closer to clinching a playoff berth.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
Y-Calgary  12  3 0 575 314 24 Y-Winnipeg 11  4 0 560 443 22
Y-Edmonton 11  4 0 439 352 22 Y-Baltimore10  5 0 456 372 20
Y-Brit Col 10  4 1 505 377 21 Toronto     6  9 0 426 508 12
Saskatch    8  7 0 413 393 16 Ottawa      4 11 0 418 529  8
Sacramento  7  7 1 358 405 15 Hamilton    4 11 0 367 453  8
Las Vegas   5 10 0 412 489 10 Shreveport  1 14 0 265 559  2
Y-Clinched Playoff Berth
FRIDAY OCTOBER 21
CALGARY 52, Shreveport 8 (21317)  - Calgary's Doug Flutie and Allen Pitts moved toward CFL records. Flutie threw five TD passes, to give him 43 TDs, one shy of the record. Pitts has 113 catches, five short of the record.
SATURDAY OCTOBER 22
WINNIPEG 46, Hamilton 44 (24357) - Winnipeg trailed 34-7 at the half, then scored 33 points in the third, narrowing Hamilton's lead to 41-40. A Troy Westwood 35-yard FG with 27 seconds to go was the winner.
BALTIMORE 48, British Col 31 (35416) - Tracy Ham threw a season-high four TD passes and Mike Pringle rushed for 216 yards and a TD as Baltimore pranced all over the league's top-ranked defence.
SACRAMENTO 44, Ottawa 9 (13760) - Behind a team record 234-yard rushing performance by Troy Mills and a franchise-high 284 total yards on the ground, the Miners rolled to keep Sacramento's playoff hopes alive.
SUNDAY OCTOBER 23
TORONTO 23, Edmonton 6 (22210) - Marvin Graves completed 20 of 37 passes for 268 yards and a TD as Toronto clinched its first playoff spot since winning the 1991 Grey Cup.
SASKATCHEWAN 37, Las Vegas 18 (28583) - Tom Burgess was 28 of 41 for 342 yards and two TDs and scored on a 1-yard run as Saskatchewan stayed one point ahead of Sacramento in the Western Division playoff race.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
X-Calgary  13  3 0 627 322 26 Y-Winnipeg 12  4 0 606 487 24
Y-Edmonton 11  5 0 445 375 22 Y-Baltimore11  5 0 504 403 22
Y-Brit Col 10  5 1 536 425 21 Y-Toronto   7  9 0 449 514 14
Saskatch    9  7 0 450 411 18 Ottawa      4 12 0 427 573  8
Sacramento  8  7 1 402 414 17 Hamilton    4 12 0 411 499  8
Las Vegas   5 11 0 430 526 10 Shreveport  1 15 0 273 611  2
X-Clinched Division Title     Y-Clinched Playoff Berth
FRIDAY OCTOBER 28
Shreveport 29, TORONTO 27 (20328) - Bjorn Nittmo's 55-yard FG on the final play earned the Pirates the shocking win. Nittmo kicked five FGs and two converts for Shreveport, which got its first road win in its final road game.
SATURDAY OCTOBER 29
BALTIMORE 57, Winnipeg 10 (39417) - Baltimore's Mike Pringle ran for 209 yards, giving him 1,901 this season, surpassing Willie Burden's record of 1,896 yards set in 1975. The Bombers were down 37-0 at the half.
Saskatchewan 46, OTTAWA 29 (23292) - Tom Burgess ran for two TDs and passed for two others to Elbert Turner as Saskatchewan clinched the final playoff spot in the West.
EDMONTON 22, Sacramento 16 (29322) - Trailing by six points with no time left, it appeared as if Sacramento QB Kerwin Bell had hit Marcus Dowdell with the tying TD. But an official immediately signalled an incomplete pass.
BRITISH COL 45, Las Vegas 7 - The Lions clinched at least third place in the West by demolishing visiting Las Vegas, as QB Danny McManus passed for 355 yards.
SUNDAY OCTOBER 30
CALGARY 47, Hamilton 10 - Allen Pitts broke one record and tied three others as Calgary rolled. Stamps QB Doug Flutie threw four TD passes, giving him 46 for the year and breaking his old record of 44 set in 1993.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
X-Calgary  14  3 0 674 332 28 Y-Winnipeg 12  5 0 616 544 24
Y-Edmonton 12  5 0 467 391 24 Y-Baltimore12  5 0 561 413 22
Y-Brit Col 11  5 1 581 432 23 Y-Toronto   7 10 0 476 543 14
Y-Saskatch 10  7 0 496 440 20 Ottawa      4 13 0 456 619  8
Sacramento  8  8 1 418 436 17 Hamilton    4 13 0 421 546  8
Las Vegas   5 12 0 437 571 10 Shreveport  2 15 0 302 638  4
X-Clinched Division Title     Y-Clinched Playoff Berth
DIVISION SEMI-FINALS
Nov 12 - BALTIMORE (12-6) 34, Toronto (7-11) 15 (35223) - Baltimore's Robert Drummond scored twice and rushed for 111 yards to help the CFL Colts win the first CFL playoff game in the United States. Drummond subbed for Mike Pringle, who did not suit up because of a groin pull. Tracy Ham was 16-for-28 for 246 yards and two TDs for Baltimore.
Nov 12 - Brit Col (11-6-1) 24, EDMONTON (13-5) 23 (23156) - Lui Passaglia kicked a 27-yard FG with 32 seconds left, lifting the Lions over the defending Grey Cup champions. DB Charles Gordon intercepted Damon Allen near the Lions' goal line to set up the winning drive.
Nov 13 - WINNIPEG (13-5) 26, Ottawa (4-14) 16 (18888) - The Bombers were led by Troy Westwood's six FGs in a steady rain. Winnipeg also received a strong punt coverage and key interceptions from defensive back Bobby Evans in a game played on a soggy field
Nov 13 - CALGARY (15-3) 36, Saskatchewan (11-7) 3 (25633) - Doug Flutie, wobbly after an early hit in which his helmet was driven into the turf, threw for three TDs to lead the Stampeders. "I got dinged on the second play of the game," said Flutie, who completed 26 of 40 passes for 359 yards.
DIVISION FINALS
Nov 20 - Baltimore (13-6) 14, WINNIPEG (14-5) 12 (25067) - Don Igwebuike hit a 54-yard FG with the wind at his back in the fourth quarter, sending Baltimore into the Grey Cup and becoming the first U.S. franchise to qualify for the title game
Nov 20 - British Columbia (12-6-1) 37, CALGARY (16-3) 36 (18260) - Danny McManus threw a 4-vard TD pass to Darren Flutie with no time left, giving B.C the win. Flutie caught three TD passes and carried the Lions past a team quarterbacked by his brother, Doug, who completed 24 of 34 passes for 311 yards, a TD and two interceptions.
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 9
EDMONTON 38, Calgary 12 (51180) - RB Michael Soles grabbed two TD passes from Damon Allen and added another rushing to power the Eskimos. Allen completed 17 of 32 attempts for 314 yards and four TDs.
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 10
Hamilton 28, OTTAWA 18 (17321) - Ticat QB Timm Rosenbach threw a pair of first-quarter TD passes in quick succession. His defenders did much of the rest in holding the Riders without a touchdown.
Sacramento 30, BALTIMORE 29 (42116) - Roman Anderson kicked a 47-yard FG as time expired, lifting the Miners after Baltimore QB Tracy Ham threw a 14-yard TD pass to Chris Armstrong with 3:41 left for the lead.
LAS VEGAS 34, Shreveport 21 (9467) - QB Anthony Calvillo teamed with Curtis Mayfield and Judd Garrett for TD passes as Las Vegas handed Shreveport its 10th straight loss before a record-low Posse crowd.
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 11
British Col 28, TORONTO 18 (15259) - B.C, got most of what it needed, 17 points, in the last part of the second quarter, turning a 3-1 first-quarter lead into a 20-1 lead at halftime.
Saskatchewan 49, WINNIPEG 18 (29618) - QB Warren Jones opened for the Riders and found Larry Thompson for the first TD of the game. But Jones was injured and replaced by Tom Burgess, who threw two more TDs.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
British Col 8  1 1 393 238 17 Winnipeg    6  4 0 367 344 12
Calgary     8  2 0 404 187 16 Baltimore   6  4 0 293 267 12
Edmonton    7  3 0 298 227 14 Toronto     4  6 0 274 348  8
Saskatch    6  4 0 290 278 12 Ottawa      3  7 0 292 363  6
Sacramento  4  5 1 212 291  9 Hamilton    3  7 0 230 294  6
Las Vegas   4  6 0 303 318  8 Shreveport  0 10 0 184 385  0
FRIDAY NOVEMBER 4
SHREVEPORT 28, Ottawa 24 (32011) - Bjorn Nittmo kicked two late FGs as the Pirates withstood a furious Ottawa comeback and edged the Rough Riders to win their third game in their last four contests.
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 5
SACRAMENTO 18, Baltimore 0 (14056) - Troy Mills rushed for 187 yards on 33 carries and scored the game's only TD as the Gold Miners marked their probable departure from Sacramento with a rainy and cold win.
Calgary 24, BRITISH COL 23 (40556) - Doug Flutie threw a 28-yard pass to Allen Pitts for the only score of the fourth quarter as the Stampeders wrapped up another 15-3 season.
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 6
Saskatchewan 16, HAMILTON 14 (24242) - Paul McCallum was the picture of cool when he booted a 49-yard FG on the final play to kick Hamilton out ot the playoffs and put Ottawa in.
WINNIPEG 35, Toronto 28 (20720) - Matt Dunigan passed for 366 yards and two TDs and ran for another score as the Blue Bombers clinched their third consecutive Eastern Division title.
EDMONTON 51, Las Vegas 10 (14228) - The game was moved from Las Vegas due to the horrible attendance there. Lucius Floyd rushed for 110 yards and two TDs to lead the Eskimos over the soon-to-be-extinct Posse.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
X-Calgary  15  3 0 698 355 30 X-Winnipeg 13  5 0 651 572 26
Y-Edmonton 13  5 0 518 401 26 Y-Baltimore12  6 0 561 431 22
Y-Brit Col 11  6 1 604 456 23 Y-Toronto   7 11 0 504 578 14
Y-Saskatch 11  7 0 512 454 22 Y-Ottawa    4 14 0 480 647  8
Sacramento  9  8 1 436 436 19 Hamilton    4 14 0 435 562  8
Las Vegas   5 13 0 447 622 10 Shreveport  3 15 0 330 662  6
X-Clinched Division Title     Y-Clinched Playoff Berth
Sacramento Gold Miners (9-8-1)
Head Coach: Kay Stephenson
FRANCHISES ADDED: Las Vegas Posse, Shreveport Pirates and Baltimore CFLers
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 4
SASKATCHEWAN 42, Winnipeg 31 (28738) - Bombers QB Keithen McCants threw for 326 yards and two TDs. But three balls were intercepted, twice inside the Saskatchewan 10 and once by LB Dan Rashovich, who scored.
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 5
CALGARY 48, Edmonton 15 (37317) - Allen Pitts made 10 catches for 154 yards and a TD as the Stamps won easily. The win was the largest points spread in the annual Labor Day grudge match since 1960.
Toronto 31, HAMILTON 19 (20687) - Matt Kerrigan threw three TD passes to lead Toronto past the Tiger-Cats before a season-high Steeltown gathering. The victory was the Argos' first in seven Labor Day contests.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
Calgary     8  1 0 392 149 16 Winnipeg    6  3 0 349 295 12
British Col 7  1 1 365 220 15 Baltimore   6  3 0 264 237 12
Edmonton    6  3 0 260 215 12 Toronto     4  5 0 256 320  8
Saskatch    5  4 0 241 260 10 Ottawa      3  6 0 274 335  6
Sacramento  3  5 1 182 262  7 Hamilton    2  7 0 202 276  4
Las Vegas   3  6 0 269 297  6 Shreveport  0  9 0 163 351  0
Hamilton Tiger-Cats (4-14)
Head Coach: John Gregory (1-5) and Don Sutherin (3-9)
Shreveport Pirates (3-15)
Head Coach: Forrest Gregg
Las Vegas Posse (5-13)
Head Coach: Ron Meyer