Montreal Alouettes (12-6)
Head Coach: Charlie Taaffe
British Columbia Lions (13-5)
Head Coach: Greg Mohns
Hamilton Tiger-Cats (11-7)
Head Coach: Ron Lancaster
Toronto Argonauts (9-9)
Head Coach: Jim Barker
Winnipeg Blue Bombers (6-12)
Head Coach: Dave Ritchie
Calgary Stampeders (12-6)
Head Coach: Wally Buono
Edmonton Eskimos (6-12)
Head Coach: Don Matthews
Saskatchewan Roughriders (3-15)
Head Coach: Cal Murphy
THURSDAY AUGUST 26
Calgary 36, WINNIPEG 11 (23343) - Mark McLoughlin kicked four FGs and the Stampeders returned a punt and interception for TDs. Marvin Coleman returned a punt 81 yards for a TD with 4:29 left in the first quarter.
BRIT COL 28, Saskatchewan 21 (21617) - James Cunningham returned a kickoff 98 yards with 4:45 remaining to give the Lions a 25-14 lead. The Riders closed the game on a Reggie Slack TD pass, but fell short.
FRIDAY AUGUST 27
MONTREAL 20, Toronto 5 (19461) - DB Barron Miles returned an interception 101 yards for a TD and Tracy Ham ran for another score in the second quarter as the Alouettes held the Argonauts to 291 yards.
Hamilton 30, EDMONTON 23 (OT) (34180) - QB Danny McManus scored on a two-yard TD run in the first OT. Hamilton DB Rick Walters intercepted Dan Crowley to set up the drive. Ronald Williams ran for 29 yards on the drive.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
British Col 6  2 0 217 182 12 Montreal    6  2 0 168 142 12
Calgary     6  2 0 245 172 12 Toronto     4  4 0 174 176  8
Edmonton    2  6 0 216 231  4 Hamilton    4  4 0 273 165  8
Saskatch    2  6 0 154 269  4 Winnipeg    2  6 0 165 275  4
WEDNESDAY JULY 7
CALGARY 28, Saskatchewan 18 (31878) - Kelvin Anderson ran for a pair of TDs as the defending champions won the opener. Anderson plunged over from one yard with just under three minutes left for the final margin.
THURSDAY JULY 8
Hamilton 39, WINNIPEG 9 (29681) - Ronald Williams scored on a pair of one-yard runs and caught a TD pass as the Tiger-Cats rolled. Danny McManus was 18-for-37 for 202 yards and one score for the Tiger-Cats.
FRIDAY JULY 9
British Col 25, EDMONTON 13 (33404) - Robert Drummond rushed for 99 yards and a TD and caught a TD pass as the Lions rallied. Edmonton QBs threw three interceptions and the team committed 16 penalties for 124 yards.
SATURDAY JULY 10
Montreal 15, TORONTO 12 (21028) - CB Irv Smith scored on a 42-yard interception return midway through the third and the Alouettes made Charlie Taffee's coaching debut a successful one.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
British Col 1  0 0  25  13  2 Montreal    1  0 0  15  12  2
Calgary     1  0 0  28  18  2 Hamilton    1  0 0  39   9  2
Edmonton    0  1 0  13  25  0 Toronto     0  1 0  12  15  0
Saskatch    0  1 0  18  28  0 Winnipeg    0  1 0   9  39  0
THURSDAY JULY 15
WINNIPEG 47, Toronto 27 (18025) - Joseph Rogers triggered a 27-point fourth-quarter rally for the Bombers by returning a punt 77 yards for a TD. QB Kerwin Bell completed 20-of-35 passes for 236 yards and two TDs.
BRITISH COL 37, Calgary 27 (22683) - Lui Passaglia kicked a 14-yard FG goal with 79 seconds to go. After the FG put the Lions ahead, Derrick Lewis intercepted Dave Dickenson's pass and returned it 61 yards for a touchdown.
FRIDAY JULY 16
Montreal 22, HAMILTON 16 (18352) - Tyree Davis caught five passes for 115 yards to lead the Alouettes to the win, as Hamilton QB Danny McManus was 29-of-51 for 368 yards and five interceptions.
EDMONTON 39, Saskatchewan 6 (32113) - Eskimos QB Nealon Greene established a single-game CFL record for rushing yards by a QB, as he carried 14 times for 180 yards and scored on a one-yard run.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
British Col 2  0 0  62  40  4 Montreal    2  0 0  37  28  4
Calgary     1  1 0  55  55  2 Hamilton    1  1 0  55  31  2
Edmonton    1  1 0  52  31  2 Winnipeg    1  1 0  56  66  2
Saskatch    0  2 0  24  67  0 Toronto     0  2 0  39  62  0
THURSDAY JULY 22
MONTREAL 30, Winnipeg 18 (18199) - Anthony Calvillo threw two TD passes and Terry Baker kicked three FGss to lead Montreal, which won its first three game for the second time in the last three seasons..
CALGARY 41, Edmonton 37 (31246) - Henry Burris tossed a 19-yard TD pass to Vince Danielsen with 57 seconds remaining, capping a big fourth quarter as Calgary rallied for the win.
FRIDAY JULY 23
TORONTO 24, Hamilton 21 (25558) - Dan Giancola kicked his third FG of the game, a 42-yarder as time expired, to give the Argonauts the win after they squandered a 10-point lead in the fourth quarter.
Brit Col 32, SASKATCHEWAN 21 (19785) - Damon Allen threw three TD passes and ran for another TD as the Lions coasted. Allen completed 14-of-24 passes for 255 yards, including two third-quarter TDs to Lloyd Henry.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
British Col 3  0 0  94  61  6 Montreal    3  0 0  67  46  6
Calgary     2  1 0  96  92  4 Hamilton    1  2 0  76  55  2
Edmonton    1  2 0  89  72  2 Winnipeg    1  2 0  74  96  2
Saskatch    0  3 0  45  99  0 Toronto     1  2 0  63  83  2
THURSDAY JULY 29
Calgary 38, MONTREAL 17 (19443) - Kelvin Anderson rushed for 134 yards and a TD as the Stamps handed the Alouettes their first loss.  Anderson carried 25 times and scored on a one-yard TD run 5:37 into the third quarter.
HAMILTON 54, Edmonton 8 (16815) - Ronald Williams ran for a pair of TDs as the Tiger-Cats demolished the Eskimos. Hamilton dominated the Eskimos, outgaining them, 451-199.
Winnipeg 30, BRITISH COL 18 (24441) - Kerwin Bell capped a big first half with a 99-yard TD pass to Milt Stegall, leading the Blue Bombers over the previously unbeaten Lions.  Bell's scoring strike opened a 20-4 advantage.
FRIDAY JULY 30
SASKATCHEWAN 20, Toronto 15 (18256) - Steve Sarkisian completed 17-of-24 passes for 161 yards and a TD as the Roughriders notched their first win. The teams combined for 26 penalties and 212 yards in losses.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
British Col 3  1 0 112  91  6 Montreal    3  1 0  84  84  6
Calgary     3  1 0 134 109  6 Hamilton    2  2 0 130  63  4
Edmonton    1  3 0  97 126  2 Winnipeg    2  2 0 104 114  4
Saskatch    1  3 0  65 114  2 Toronto     1  3 0  78 103  2
THURSDAY AUGUST 5
HAMILTON 63, Saskatchewan 17 (16423) - Joe Hagins brought back a fumble and an interception for TD and Orlondo Steinauer scored TDs on an interception and punt return as the Cats built a 32-point lead in the 1st half.
British Col 13, CALGARY 9 (31699) - Ageless Lui Passaglia kicked three FGs and added a pair of singles as the Lions held on in an early battle for first place in the Western Division.
FRIDAY AUGUST 6
TORONTO 40, Winnipeg 7 (21308) - Jay Barker ran for a TD and passed for two more as the Argonauts forced five turnovers.  Barker completed 16-of-19 passes for 243 yards, helping the Argos to their second win in three games.
Montreal 20, EDMONTON 13 (33154) - Tracy Ham's 10-yard TD pass to Mike Pringle with 6:31 remaining gave the Alouettes their third straight road win. Ham was 15-for-21 for 279 yards, including a 20-yard TD to Chris Armstrong.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
British Col 4  1 0 125 100  8 Montreal    4  1 0 104  97  8
Calgary     3  2 0 143 122  6 Hamilton    3  2 0 193  80  6
Edmonton    1  4 0 110 146  2 Winnipeg    2  3 0 111 154  4
Saskatch    1  4 0  82 177  2 Toronto     2  3 0 118 110  4
THURSDAY AUGUST 12
MONTREAL 24, Hamilton 17 (19461) - Thomas Haskins ran for 169 yards and a TD and Terry Baker kicked three FGs to lead the Alouettes, while Anthony Calvillo completed 15-of-29 passes for 298 yards and a TD.
Toronto 28, BRITISH COL 26 (20586) - The Argonauts won with defense, which just happened to play offense. Dan Giancola had three FGs and a pair of singles and defensive end Demetrious Maxie scored on a short TD run.
FRIDAY AUGUST 13
Edmonton 56, WINNIPEG 26 (22454) - Nealon Greene helped the Eskimos end a three-game losing streak, passing for 373 yards and three TDs and running for another score. He completed 20-of-30 passes.
Calgary 37, SASKATCHEWAN 22 (19545) - Mike McCoy threw for two TDs and ran for another to lead Calgary. McCoy threw two scoring strikes to Vince Danielsen as Calgary scored 21 unanswered points in the fourth quarter.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
British Col 4  2 0 151 128  8 Montreal    5  1 0 128 112 10
Calgary     4  2 0 180 144  8 Hamilton    3  3 0 210 104  6
Edmonton    2  4 0 166 172  4 Toronto     3  3 0 146 136  6
Saskatch    1  5 0 104 214  2 Winnipeg    2  4 0 137 210  4
THURSDAY AUGUST 19
British Col 38, HAMILTON 33 (18875) - Damon Allen threw for a pair of TDs and put his team ahead for good with a 16-yard scoring run in the third quarter as the Lions held off the Tiger-Cats and stayed tied for first.
CALGARY 29, Winnipeg 17 (34466) - Mike McCoy threw a pair of TD passes and the Stampeders remained tied for first in the West.  McCoy threw for 282 yards, including TD passes of 41 and 8 yards to Travis Moore in the fourth.
FRIDAY AUGUST 20
TORONTO 23, Montreal 20 (20152) - Dan Giancola booted three of his five FGs in the fourth quarter, including a 39-yarder with three seconds to go as the Argonauts rallied to move within two points of first-place Montreal.
SASKATCHEWAN 29, Edmonton 27 (16554) - Paul McCallum's third FG, a 52-yarder with 1:12 to go, lifted the Riders, as they opened a 26-14 fourth quarter lead when Steve Sarkisian hit Eric Guliford with a five-yard TD pass.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
British Col 5  2 0 189 161 10 Montreal    5  2 0 148 137 10
Calgary     5  2 0 209 161 10 Toronto     4  3 0 169 156  8
Edmonton    2  5 0 193 201  4 Hamilton    3  4 0 243 142  6
Saskatch    2  5 0 133 241  4 Winnipeg    2  5 0 154 239  4
THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 2
BRITISH COL 44, Montreal 23 (19724) - Damon Allen moved into second-place on the CFL's all-time list for passing yards as the Lions rolled. Allen passed for 365 yards and three long TDs. He has 43,984 career yards.
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 5
SASKATCHEWAN 42, Winnipeg 17 (29249) - Curtis Mayfield had a very productive third quarter, returning two punts for TD and catching a 23-yard TD pass from Reggie Slack for the Roughriders.
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 6
HAMILTON 35, Toronto 28 (28895) - Paul Osbaldiston's 44-yard FG five minutes into the fourth quarter snapped a tie and Danny McManus hit Darren Flutie for a nine-yard TD pass later in the period as the Ti-Cats held on.
Edmonton 33, CALGARY 30 (OT) (37611) - Jon Baker kicked his third FG of the game, a 47-yarder at the end of the first OT, to give the Eskimos only its second win in five road games this season.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
British Col 7  2 0 261 205 14 Montreal    6  3 0 191 186 12
Calgary     6  3 0 275 205 12 Hamilton    5  4 0 308 193 10
Edmonton    3  6 0 249 261  6 Toronto     4  5 0 202 211  8
Saskatch    3  6 0 196 286  6 Winnipeg    2  7 0 182 317  4
FRIDAY OCTOBER 1
CALGARY 21, Hamilton 17 (26062) - Mark McLoughlin kicked five FGs and Duane Forde scored on a short run as the Stamps moved within one-half game of the West lead. Hamilton QB Danny McManus threw for 338 yards
SATURDAY OCTOBER 2
British Col 28, TORONTO 19 (21084) - Damon Allen completed only six passes but one was a 78-yard scoring strike to Eddie Brown in the fourth quarter that helped the Lions to their sixth win in seven games.
SUNDAY OCTOBER 3
Winnipeg 27, EDMONTON 19 (27211) - Deland McCullough rushed for 140 yards and a TD as the Blue Bombers matched Edmonton for the second-worst record in the league. Saskatchewan is 3-10.
Montreal 41, SASKATCHEWAN 26 (17715) - Michael Pringle ran for three TDs and QB Anthony Calvillo accounted for two scores as the Alouettes snapped a three-game road losing skid and stayed two games in front.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
Y-Brit Col 10  3 0 342 281 20 Montreal    9  4 0 318 282 18
Y-Calgary   9  4 0 383 282 18 Hamilton    7  6 0 448 294 14
Edmonton    4  9 0 338 384  8 Toronto     6  7 0 295 287 12
Saskatch    3 10 0 281 420  6 Winnipeg    4  9 0 264 439  8
Y-Clinched Playoff Berth
SATURDAY OCTOBER 9
TORONTO 24, Calgary 13 (20036) - Ryan Terry rushed for 124 yards and a pair of scores as the Argos increased their chances of a playoff berth. Mike McCoy completed 17-of-20 passes for 138 yards and a TD for Calgary.
SUNDAY OCTOBER 10
Hamilton 43, WINNIPEG 16 (21915) - Danny McManus threw four TD passes to Danny Akins, leading the Tiger-Cats. McManus was an efficient 19-of-21 for 411 yards without an interception. Akin had eight receptions for 257 yards.
MONDAY OCTOBER 11
MONTREAL 43, Saskatchewan 7 (19461) - Tracy Ham threw for 304 yards and three TD and Michael Pringle rushed for three first-half scores as the  Alouettes rolled thanks to seven interceptions of the Riders' QBs.
Edmonton 26, BRITISH COL 20 (26177) - Nealon Greene scored on a 68-yard QB draw and passed for another TD as the Eskimos recorded a stunning Thanksgiving Day victory over the division-leading Lions.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
Y-Brit Col 10  4 0 362 307 20 Y-Montreal 10  4 0 361 289 20
Y-Calgary   9  5 0 396 306 18 Hamilton    8  6 0 491 310 16
Edmonton    5  9 0 364 404 10 Toronto     7  7 0 319 300 14
Saskatch    3 11 0 288 463  6 Winnipeg    4 10 0 280 482  8
Y-Clinched Playoff Berth
SATURDAY OCTOBER 16
HAMILTON 18, Toronto 2 (23832) - Paul Osbaldiston kicked six FGs, while Hamilton QB  Danny McManus became the 2nd player in CFL history to record five straight 4,000-yard passing seasons, joining Kent Austin.
SUNDAY OCTOBER 17
WINNIPEG 32, Montreal 29 (15602) - Deland McCullough's one-yard TD run on the final play capped an 18-point fourth-quarter outburst and lifted the Blue Bombers to a wild upset. Tracy Ham threw for 300 yards for the Als.
Brit Col 21, EDMONTON 13 (OT) (30713) - Bret Anderson scored an 89-yard single off a kickoff in the first half of OT and James Cunningham added a 65-yard punt return for a TD as the Lions stayed atop the West.
Calgary 34, SASKATCHEWAN 31 (16448) - Kelvin Anderson caught a 25-yard TD pass from Dave Dickenson with 80 seconds left as the Stampeders remained one game out of first place in the West.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
Y-Brit Col 11  4 0 383 320 22 Y-Montreal 10  5 0 390 321 20
Y-Calgary  10  5 0 430 337 20 Y-Hamilton  9  6 0 509 312 18
Edmonton    5 10 0 377 425 10 Toronto     7  8 0 321 318 14
Saskatch    3 12 0 319 497  6 Winnipeg    5 10 0 312 511 10
Y-Clinched Playoff Berth
FRIDAY OCTOBER 22
TORONTO 32, Winnipeg 22 (23632) - Darren Joseph ran six yards for a TD and Derrell Mitchell caught a 36-yard scoring toss to highlight a big second quarter as the Argonauts inched closer to a playoff berth.
SATURDAY OCTOBER 23
MONTREAL 36, Edmonton 33 (19461) - Terry Baker booted a 32-yard FG with 22 seconds left as the Alouettes increased their lead in the East. Montreal's Mike Pringle, the CFL's leading rusher, had 143 yards on 24 carries.
SUNDAY OCTOBER 24
Hamilton 42, SASKATCHEWAN 12 (18166) - Ronald Williams had a pair of one-yard TD runs and Danny McManus passed for 388 yards and ran for a score as the Tiger-Cats reeled off 35 straight points.
CALGARY 14, British Col 1 (31258) - Duane Forde scored the game's only TD on a one-yard run in the first quarter as the Stamps moved into a first-place tie with the Lions, as Dave Dickenson threw for 270 yards.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
Y-Brit Co  11  5 0 384 334 22 Y-Montreal 11  5 0 426 354 22
Y-Calgary  11  5 0 444 338 22 Y-Hamilton 10  6 0 551 324 20
Edmonton    5 11 0 410 461 10 Y-Toronto   8  8 0 353 340 16
Saskatch    3 13 0 331 539  6 Winnipeg    5 11 0 334 543 10
Y-Clinched Playoff Berth
FRIDAY OCTOBER 29
WINNIPEG 18, Toronto 13 (27043) - Kerwin Bell's 94-yard TD pass to Nigel Williams with 36 seconds left lifted the Blue Bombers andcapped 14 unanswered points for the Blue Bombers.
SATURDAY OCTOBER 30
BRITISH COL 26, Hamilton 21 (18817) - Damon Allen threw a pair of TD passes and the Lions moved into first place in the West. Allen found Lloyd Henry with an eight-yard TD pass to put the Lions ahead for good, 11-3.
EDMONTON 34, Saskatchewan 21 (33850) - Sean Millington rushed for 225 yards and three TDs as the Eskimos eliminated the Roughriders from playoff contention. The Eskimos outrushed the Roughriders 259-64.
SUNDAY OCTOBER 31
CALGARY 31, Montreal 24 (28250) - The Stamps scored 17 unanswered points in the fourth quarter as they overcame a 10-point deficit. Mike McCoy had two TD strikes to Allen Pitts in the last frame, replacing Dave Dickenson.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
Y-Brit Col 12  5 0 410 355 24 Y-Montreal 11  6 0 450 385 22
Y-Calgary  12  5 0 475 362 24 Y-Hamilton 10  7 0 572 350 20
Edmonton    6 11 0 444 482 12 Y-Toronto   8  9 0 366 358 16
Saskatch    3 14 0 352 573  6 Winnipeg    6 11 0 352 556 12
Y-Clinched Playoff Berth
FRIDAY NOVEMBER 5
BRIT COL 19, Saskatchewan 18 (19378) - Lui Passaglia booted a 17-yard FG with under nine minutes left as the Lions clinched the top seed in the West Division with a come-from-behind victory over the Roughriders.
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 6
TORONTO 20, Edmonton 15 (28387) - Derrell Mitchell caught a 14-yard TD pass from Jay Barker early in the 4th as the Argos prepared for the playoffs. Eskimos QB Nealon Greene completed 11-of-28 passes for just 80 yards.
HAMILTON 31, Calgary 28 (19460) - Paul Osbaldiston kicked a 17-yard FG with 12 seconds remaining as the Tiger-Cats won. Tony Martino got Calgary even with 4:10 left on a 68-yard single off a punt.
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 7
MONTREAL 45, Winnipeg 10 (19461) - The Bombers, who had a chance to gain a playoff berth with a win or a tie to move ahead of the Eskimos,  missed the playoffs for a third consecutive year.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
X-Brit Col 13  5 0 429 373 26 X-Montreal 12  6 0 495 395 24
Y-Calgary  12  6 0 503 393 24 Y-Hamilton 11  7 0 603 378 22
Y-Edmonton  6 12 0 459 502 12 Y-Toronto   9  9 0 386 373 18
Saskatch    3 15 0 370 592  6 Winnipeg    6 12 0 362 601 12
X-Clinched Division Title     Y-Clinched Playoff Berth
1999 Grey Cup (November 28 at Vancouver - 45,118)
HAMILTON TIGER-CATS (13-7) 32, CALGARY STAMPEDERS (14-6) 21 - For the first time in 21 years there was a Grey Cup rematch as the Hamilton Tiger-Cats hoped to avenge a loss in the 1998 title game against the Calgary Stampeders. Unlike the previous year, the game turned into a rout as Hamilton became the only city to be home to a Grey Cup champion in each decade of the 1900s. It remained scoreless until late in the first quarter when Hamilton’s Ronald Williams scored on a one-yard carry. Earlier in the drive, Williams had a 35-yard reception. Moments later, Paul Osbaldiston kicked a 46-yard field goal to put the Ticats in front 10-0. After missing on a 47-yard attempt for a single point, Osbaldiston was successful from 41 yards out to put the Ticats in front 14-0. Things then went from bad to worse for the Stampeders. Joe Montford stripped the ball loose from Calgary quarterback Dave Dickenson, which was recovered by Hamilton’s Tim Terry. McManus then hit Darren Flutie for a nine-yard touchdown, putting the Ticats in front by three converted touchdowns. It took 18:17 of playing time for the Stampeders offence to gain their initial first down of the contest and to cross midfield for the first time. Calgary gained only three first downs in the first 30 minutes as it was held pointless. Down 22-0 in the third quarter, the Stampeders finally came to life. Dickenson completed a 57-yard pass to Travis Moore, followed by a seven-yard touchdown completion by Vince Danielsen. Osbaldiston kicked another field goal, but the Stampeders continued to show signs of a comeback when Dickenson hit Allen Pitts for an 18-yard touchdown. Dickenson had a gutsy run of 10 yards earlier in the drive. Calgary trailed 25-14 after three quarters. Twenty-two seconds into the fourth quarter, the Ticats put the game on ice. McManus completed a 34-yard pass to Archie Amerson and another to Tony Akins spanning 28 yards. The McManus-Flutie combination then struck again for a seven-yard touchdown. The Stampeders had one last gasp with 3:13 remaining as Duane Forde powered his way into the end zone on a one-yard carry. McManus shredded the Calgary defence, finishing the game with 347 passing yards. Dickenson was hurt by an injured shoulder, but managed 321 yards of offence, albeit only 50 in a poor opening half. It was Hamilton’s first Grey Cup title since 1986.
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 24
WINNIPEG 24, Saskatchewan 18 (18727) - The Bombers forced three fourth-quarter turnovers and rallied in a battle of the worst teams. Winnipeg ended a seven-game losing streak to match Saskatchewan for the worst record.
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 25
HAMILTON 39, Montreal 13 (20648) - Paul Osbaldiston kicked six FGs and the Tiger-Cats allowed just one first down in the first half en route to a romp over the Montreal Alouettes, avenging a 33-point loss earlier this month.
BRITISH COL 21, Calgary 20 (28431) - Robert Drummond scored on a seven-yard run with 10:22 remaining as the Lions moved into first place. Lui Passaglia added the extra point to give B.C. the best record in the league.
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 26
Toronto 20, EDMONTON 16 (31085) - Tony Burse scored on a two-yard run in the opening minute of the fourth as the Argonauts stopped a three-game road losing streak. Ryan Terry rushed for 165 yards for the Argonauts.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
British Col 9  3 0 314 262 18 Montreal    8  4 0 277 256 16
Calgary     8  4 0 362 265 16 Hamilton    7  5 0 431 273 14
Edmonton    4  8 0 319 357  8 Toronto     6  6 0 276 259 12
Saskatch    3  9 0 255 379  6 Winnipeg    3  9 0 237 420  6
DIVISION SEMI-FINALS
Nov 14 - HAMILTON (11-7) 27, Toronto (9-9) 6 (21873) - The Tiger-Cats forced five turnovers including an interception for a score. Hamilton recovered four of eight Argo fumbles and picked off Jimmy Kemp once. CB Shino Prater raced 53 yards for a TD late in the fourth to cap the scoring
Nov 14 - CALGARY (12-6) 30, Edmonton (6-12) 17 (25305) - Dave Dickenson threw a pair of TD passes before half as the defending champions coasted. Dickenson threw for 289 yards. Nealon Greene was 16-of-29 for 181 yards for Edmonton, which earned the final playoff berth based on point differential.
DIVISION FINALS
Nov 21 - Hamilton (12-7) 27, MONTREAL (12-6) 26 (19461) - Hamilton RB Ronald Williams plunged for a 1-yard TD with 1:37 left, and scored three TDs to help Hamilton advance to the Grey Cup for the second year in a row. The defense forced Montreal to turn the ball over on downs in the final minute.
Nov 21 - Calgary (13-6) 26, BRITISH COL (13-5) 24 (28236) - An injured Dave Dickenson limped off the Calgary bench to lead a 4th-quarter drive that set up Mark McLoughlin's 24-yard FG with 1:24 left. QB Damon Allen fumbled away BC's last chance, after the Lions rallied from a 16-point halftime deficit.
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 17
Edmonton 41, SASKATCHEWAN 38 (18231) - Troy Mills ran for a pair of TDs during a 28-point third quarter that enabled the Eskimos to withstand a furious rally. Edmonton has won three of its last four road games.
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 18
CALGARY 29, Toronto 26 (32883) - Duane Forde scored on a one-yard run with 14 seconds left as Calgary rallied for their fifth win in six games. Jimmy Kemp had put Toronto in front with a 56-yard TD pass to Derrell Mitchell.
HAMILTON 65, Winnipeg 15 (17157) - The Ti-Cats posted the most lopsided victory in team history as Danny McManus threw five TD passes. The 50-point rout eclipsed Hamilton's 67-21 victory over Saskatchewan in 1962.
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 19
MONTREAL 21, British Col 12 (19461) - LB Elfrid Payton returned a fumble 23 yards for the go-ahead TD in the third quarter as the Alouettes topped the Lions for their fourth straight home win.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
British Col 8  3 0 293 242 16 Montreal    8  3 0 264 217 16
Calgary     8  3 0 342 244 16 Hamilton    6  5 0 392 260 12
Edmonton    4  7 0 303 337  8 Toronto     5  6 0 256 243 10
Saskatch    3  8 0 237 355  6 Winnipeg    2  9 0 213 402  4
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 10
Calgary 38, EDMONTON 13 (52458) - Dave Dickenson passed for 457 yards and three TDs and ran for another score as the Stampeders outscored Edmonton 21-0 in the third quarter to put away the game.
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 11
TORONTO 28, Saskatchewan 3 (17216) - Darren Joseph scored on a 65-yard run and Dan Giancola kicked four FGs as the Argonauts handed the Roughriders their fifth straight road loss.
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 12
MONTREAL 52, Hamilton 19 (19461) - Anthony Calvillo passed for three TDs and ran for another to lead the Alouettes to their third straight home win. Mike Pringle rushed for 103 yards and two TDs for the Als.
British Col 20, WINNIPEG 16 (19471) - Backup QB Khari Jones ran six yards for the go-ahead TD early in the fourth as the surging Lions dealt the Bombers their sixth straight loss. Jones' TD gave the Lions a 17-15 lead.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
British Col 8  2 0 281 221 16 Montreal    7  3 0 243 205 14
Calgary     7  3 0 313 218 14 Hamilton    5  5 0 327 245 10
Edmonton    3  7 0 262 299  6 Toronto     5  5 0 230 214 10
Saskatch    3  7 0 199 314  6 Winnipeg    2  8 0 198 337  4