Calgary Stampeders News Roundup for December 5, 2014

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    Calgary Stampeders News Roundup for December 5, 2014

    Grey Cup MVP Bo Levi Mitchell in studio

    The man who led the Stampeders to a Grey Cup win and earned MVP honours joins the SN960 morning show in studio. Bo Levi Mitchell says it's well deserved for his teammates.


    The Calgary Stampeders are pleased to announce that five members of the team — running back Jon Cornish, centre Brett Jones, offensive tackle Stanley Bryant and halfbacks Jamar Wall and Brandon Smith — have been voted as Canadian Football League all-stars.
    Wall, Jones and Smith are all first-time CFL all-stars while Bryant earns his second selection and Cornish his third.

    Five Calgary Stampeders chosen for CFL All Star team
    The Canadian Football League season may be over, but for the Calgary Stampeders, the awards keep on coming nearly a week after their Grey Cup victory at BC Place.
    On Thursday, the league announced five Stampeders were named to the CFL All-Star Team:

    Dave Dickenson will be Calgary head coach in 2016
    Great Falls native Dave Dickenson confirmed Thursday that he will become the head coach of the Calgary Stampeders in 2016.
    "Accurate," he texted when asked for a response to reports from Canada that the former C.M. Russell High and Montana Grizzly star will continue one more season as a Stamps' assistant before succeeding John Hufnagel as head coach.
    "Looking forward to the challenge," Dickenson texted. "I am focused on next year, tho, and am excited for the opportunity to try to defend our Grey Cup Championship."

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