Calgary Stampeders News Roundup for July 4, 2015 Post Game Edition Game Stats http://cfl.ca/statistics/statsGame/id/12859 http://www.stampeders.com/statistics/statsGame/id/12859 Photos http://cfl.ca/photo_gallery/gallery/15233 Videos Recap: Montreal 29, Calgary 11 In his first CFL start Montreal Alouettes quarterback Rakeem Cato shines, leading Montreal to a 29-11 win over the Stamps in front of their hometown faithful. http://cfl.ca/video/index/id/112185 News STAMPS COME UP SHORT Bo Levi Mitchell suffered his first loss on the road as a starter in a disappointing 29-11 defeat to the Montreal Alouettes on Friday night. The loss dropped the Stamps to 1-1 as the defending Grey Cup champions have now lost two straight games at Percival Molson Stadium. "We’ve just gotta all look at ourselves in the mirror and make sure we check it out on film and just talk it out," says Mitchell. "We’re all professionals. We came into somebody else’s stadium and we didn’t steal one on the road when we should have." Calgary got things going with a 21-yard strike on second down to WR Eric Rogers from deep in their own territory. A pair of receptions by WR Simon Charbonneau-Campeau then moved the ball across the midfield stripe, but the drive stalled soon thereafter. http://www.stampeders.com/article/stamps-come-up-short Dream Debut: Cato magic as Als upset Stamps Rakeem Cato turned in a dream CFL debut against the defending Grey Cup Champions on Friday night, throwing three touchdown passes to lead the Alouettes to a 29-11 upset over the Calgary Stampeders at Montreal's Percival-Molson Stadium. Cato, 23, earned the late nod as the Als' starting quarterback after injuries to Jonathan Crompton and Dan LeFevour. With the spotlight on and the league's top-ranked team in town, he made the most of it, throwing for 241 yards and three touchdowns on 20-of-25 passing. Samuel Giguere and Nik Lewis caught their first touchdown passes as Alouettes while Cody Hoffman scored the first of his career, as the Als' offence ignited to to provide Montreal its first win of 2015. Tyrell Sutton chipped in with a game-high 119 yards on 22 carries, powering an Alouette offence that never ceased control of the game's tempo. http://www.cfl.ca/article/dream-debut-cato-magic-as-als-upset-stamps A Note And huge apologies for the News Roundups in the past week. I am currently on vacation and the WiFi is so unreliable I cannot get one built to save my life. (I was amazed I got a GDT built and even this thread has taken over 2 hours of fighting just to get what I have). I'll be back on Friday so everything will return to normal then - sorry gang.