News Calgary Stampeders News Roundup for August 19, 2013

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    Calgary Stampeders News Roundup for August 19, 2013

    Stamps prepare for life after Nik Lewis
    Nik Lewis lacks not for self-confidence. In fact, he openly subscribes to the theory the Calgary Stampeders are best when the ball is in his hands as much as humanly possible. Stampeders prepare life after/8804605/story.html

    Calgary learns lesson in clock management
    The Calgary Stampeders learned a valuable lesson Saturday night on the vital importance of time management. notes Calgary learns/8804614/story.html

    Plenty of blame to go around on Stampeders offence
    There’s plenty of blame to go around.
    And most of it falls in the lap of the offence.
    But Calgary Stampeders GM/head coach John Hufnagel refused to hand any of it to quarterback Kevin Glenn after Saturday’s 26-22 loss to the host B.C. Lions.

    Loss of Nik Lewis emotionally tough on Calgary Stampeders
    Nik Lewis can’t be replaced.
    Nine straight 1,000-yard campaigns.
    At least one catch in every one of his 164 career games.

    Stampeders defence solid in loss to Lions
    Charleston Hughes had better hands than most of the Calgary Stampeders receivers Saturday night.The big defensive lineman came up with the nicest catch of the game when he reached up and picked off B.C. Lions quarterback Travis Lulay.

    Calgary Stampeders' Game Balls and Game Bricks
    The winning streak is over.
    Leading receiver Nik Lewis is gone for the forseeable future.
    And the Calgary Stampeders are no longer in first place in the CFL’s West Division.

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