Post Game Calgary Stampeders News Roundup for August 30, 2015

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    Calgary Stampeders News Roundup for August 30, 2015
    Post Game Edition

    Game Stats
    http://cfl.ca/statistics/statsGame/id/12925

    Game Photos
    http://cfl.ca/photo_gallery/gallery/15675
    http://stampeders.com/photo_gallery/gallery/id/15679


    Video
    Recap: Calgary 36, Winnipeg 8

    Stamps contune their win streak at Investors Group Field by beating the Blue Bombers 36-8.
    http://cfl.ca/video/index/id/115375

    Stampeders 36, Blue Bombers 8
    Bo Levi Mitchell threw two touchdowns and the Stampeders' defence stepped up with two interceptions and a pick six, as Calgary hammered Winnipeg and moved to 7-2.
    http://www.tsn.ca/cfl/video/cfl-stampeders-36-blue-bombers-8~692149

    Rogers' TD streak ends, Stamps keep rolling
    Eric Rogers' streak of consecutive games with a touchdown catch ended at six-game, but with seven catches for 152 yards he is proving to be the most dangerous receiver in the CFL. Matt Dunigan and Gord Miller have more on Calgary's seventh win.
    http://www.tsn.ca/cfl/video/rogers-td-streak-ends-stamps-keep-rolling~692205

    Mitchell discusses second half adjustments
    Bo Levi Mitchell talks about the Stampeders' slow start, the great job the defence did in getting turnovers and how he felt more comfortable in the second half.
    http://www.tsn.ca/cfl/video/mitchell-discusses-second-half-adjustments~692203

    News
    Dominant Stampeders defence leads way over Bombers

    The Calgary Stampeders continued to prove themselves as the most consistent team in the CFL’s West Division as they squashed the Winnipeg Blue Bombers by a score of 36-8 on Saturday evening at Investors Group Field in Winnipeg.
    The Stampeders defence, led by savvy veteran coordinator Rich Stubler, proved to be too much to handle for the inexperienced quarterback Robert Marve as he was held to 94 passing yards with no touchdowns and two interceptions.
    Marve, who started in place of the injured Drew Willy, was dealt with pressure in his face all day as Brandon Boudreaux led the way with two sacks, while Deron Mayo, Micah Johnson and Freddie Bishop III also contributed with a sack each.
    http://www.cfl.ca/article/dominant-stampeders-defence-tramples-blue-bombers


    STAMPS BLOW OUT BOMBERS
    Calgary earned their seventh victory through nine games with a 36-8 win over the Winnipeg Blue Bombers from Investors Group Field on Saturday night. With two of three meetings now complete, the Stamps have clinched the 2015 season-series with their West Division rivals and have the top overall record across the CFL.
    The Stampeders first play from scrimmage saw Bo Levi Mitchell connect with Eric Rogers down the sideline for a 38-yard gain. Rookie wideout Greg Wilson, making his second CFL appearance, then made a snag on a shallow crossing route and picked up first-down yardage into red zone territory. However, DB Matt Bucknor would intercept Mitchell in the end zone as Winnipeg forced their sixteenth turnover on the season.
    http://stampeders.com/article/stamps-blow-out-bombers


    FROM THE BENCH TO THE BACKFIELD
    Brandon Boudreaux made only his second appearance of 2015 on Saturday evening, and the multi-talented defensive lineman was a major contributor from start to finish during the Stamps Week 10 win in Winnipeg.
    Posting a trio of tackles and adding a pair of quarterback sacks, the Troy University alum did a fine job making up for the subtraction of Charleston Hughes from Calgary’s game day lineup.
    http://stampeders.com/article/from-the-bench-to-the-backfield


    Five key plays from the Stampeders win over the Bombers
    Wall takes it to the house
    The Winnipeg Blue Bombers offence didn’t get much done in the opening half but there was still reason for optimism after they headed to the locker-room down just 8-3. But Stamps DB Jamar Wall seemed to take all of the air out of the upset-minded host’s sails on the opening drive of the second half. Wall stepped in front of a Robert Marve pass and took it 29 yards for a backbreaking touchdown.
    http://www.calgarysun.com/2015/08/29/five-key-plays-from-the-stampeders-win-over-the-bombers


    Calgary Stampeders' Eric Rogers can't extend touchdown streak
    Eric Rogers got into the endzone.
    But it was for a measly two-point conversion.
    So Rogers’ run of six straight games with a touchdown catch came to an end.
    “That should be considered half (of a touchdown),” Rogers said with a smile.
    With seven catches for 152 yards, Rogers was hardly in a foul mood following the 36-8 win at Winnipeg’s Investors Group Field.
    http://www.calgarysun.com/2015/08/29/calgary-stampeders-eric-rogers-cant-extend-touchdown-streak


    Calgary Stampeders get sack-happy against Winnipeg Blue Bombers
    It was like the big guys had been on a hunger strike.
    And then someone put a smorgasbord in front of them.
    The feeding frenzy was on.
    The Calgary Stampeders defensive line feasted on Winnipeg Blue Bombers quarterback Robert Marve all night long.
    “Our saying is everybody eats,” defensive end Freddie Bishop III said.
    Everybody did.
    http://www.calgarysun.com/2015/08/29/calgary-stampeders-get-sack-happy-against-winnipeg-blue-bombers


    Stamps maintain West Division lead with 36-8 win over Blue Bombers
    The old plotter conned the itchy-triggered young gunslinger.
    Mind over matter.
    Goes without saying that down through the years, the decades, the eras, persnickety Rich Stubler has forgotten more about defensive football than most seasoned professionals could ever hope to process.
    Let alone a kid QB like Robert Marve.
    http://calgaryherald.com/sports/foo...division-lead-with-36-8-win-over-blue-bombers


    Statement made in Winnipeg as Stamps ride high into Labour Day
    Pressure on the fresh-faced quarterback? Check. Get the ball in the hands of the playmakers? Check. Take the crowd out of the game with a defensive touchdown? Check.
    The Calgary Stampeders went into Winnipeg (a previously tough place to play, but not so much now in the new building) and put a whooping on the Blue Bombers, taking control in the third quarter and finishing off a methodical 36-8 win with the some of the main starters taking a rest on the bench.
    The Bombers (3-6) are struggling mightily and would be falling out of playoff contention if not for a sharp separation between the top and bottom of the West Division.
    http://3downnation.com/2015/08/29/s...eg-as-stamps-ride-high-in-labour-day-classic/


    Stampeders move atop CFL standings with rout of Blue Bombers
    Jamar Wall provided the spark the Calgary Stampeders were looking for in a 36-8 rout of the hometown Winnipeg Blue Bombers on Saturday.
    Ahead 8-3 at halftime, Wall intercepted Blue Bombers quarterback Robert Marve and ran 29 yards for a touchdown at 1:10 of the third quarter.
    "That was the play," said Calgary quarterback Bo Levi Mitchell, who was 19-of-26 for 314 yards, two touchdowns and one interception.
    http://www.cbc.ca/sports/football/c...standings-with-rout-of-blue-bombers-1.3208856


    Stamps Win 36-8 As Bombers Offence Sputters
    The story of the first half for the Blue Bombers was an offence struggling to make first downs and a defense doing everything in their power to keep the game close.
    One of those trends continued in the second half, the other didn’t. The well-oiled Calgary offence finally broke through, pouring it on late en route to a 36-8 win.
    Making his second career pro start, Marve threw a pair of crippling interceptions, the offensive line struggled to protect him, and the unit collectively failed to get anything going at any point in the game. It was so anemic that head coach Mike O’Shea seemed to have no choice but to put Brian Brohm into the game midway through the fourth quarter.
    http://www.cjob.com/2015/08/29/82612/


    Watching film no answer
    They’ll watch the film. Oh, will they watch the film all right. In fact, they’ll watch the hell out of it in the next few days.
    That’s what the Winnipeg Blue Bombers, to a man, spit out ad nauseum after every defeat. They won’t point fingers, they won’t call anybody out publicly.
    And — absolutely under no circumstances — do they make any kind of blanket statements or rash judgements until they meticulously go over the videotape evidence.
    http://www.winnipegfreepress.com/opinion/columnists/Watching-film-no-answer-323347221.html


    Dominant Calgary Stampeders defence leads way over Winnipeg Blue Bombers
    The Calgary Stampeders continued to prove themselves as the most consistent team in the CFL’s West Division as they squashed the Winnipeg Blue Bombers by a score of 36-8 on Saturday evening at Investors Group Field in Winnipeg.
    The Stampeders defence, led by savvy veteran coordinator Rich Stubler, proved to be too much to handle for the inexperienced quarterback Robert Marve as he was held to 94 passing yards with no touchdowns and two interceptions.
    http://boxscorenews.com/dominant-ca...way-over-winnipeg-blue-bombers-p128242-68.htm


    Calgary Stampeders ask, “What about us?”

    All the talk the last few weeks has been all about the stout defenses in Montreal, Edmonton and Hamilton.
    But what about Calgary?
    It’s weird to think that the defending Grey Cup Champions have an underrated defense but that’s exactly what they are. Robert Marve was only making his second career start (poor guy) so I won’t pretend that the Blue Bombers have a great offense but any time you can hold a CFL team to 136 total yards, you’re doing something right. What makes this even more impressive is that the Bombers had *two weeks* to prepare for the Stampeders before receiving a 36-8 beatdown.
    http://cflpass.ca/news/calgary-stampeders-still-underrated/
     

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