Calgary Stampeders News Roundup for November 26, 2015

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    Calgary Stampeders News Roundup for November 26, 2015

    Thank you fans!

    Thank you Stamps fans for supporting your Red and White all season long. See you in 2016!

    CFL roundtable: How will Calgary change under Dickenson?

    In 2015 John Hufnagel become the second-fastest coach ever to 100 career wins in the CFL, but now he’ll step aside and let offensive coordinator Dave Dickenson, the man long-rumoured to be his predecessor, take over on the sidelines.
    The plan is for Hufnagel to move to a strictly front-office role to help Dickenson with the transition and provide continuity. Calgary has made the West Division final in seven of the last eight years and never once finished with fewer than 10 regular-season wins under Hufnagel, and the hope is to sustain that success under the new regime.

    Burris, Mitchell headline CFL Awards on
    Just days away from the 103rd Grey Cup, Henry Burris will be looking to pick up another major trophy at the Shaw CFL Player Awards tonight. Burris is the East Nominee for Most Outstanding Player of the Year and will go up against West Nominee Bo Levi Mitchell of the Calgary Stampeders.

    Stamps QB Mitchell looks to let loose at Grey Cup in Winnipeg
    Still smarting from a devastating loss on Sunday, Bo Levi Mitchell isn’t worried about taking another defeat on Thursday night.
    The Calgary Stampeders quarterback has no control over this one, so he’s not sweating it.
    He fully expects to hear former Stamps QB Henry Burris’ named called when they announce the CFL’s most outstanding player award, so Mitchell has a different goal during Grey Cup week.

    Mitchell, Paredes not holding out hope for CFL Awards victories
    There was a bit of pain for Bo Levi Mitchell flying into Winnipeg on Wednesday afternoon. He was greeted with ‘Go Stamps’ when got on the plane, but that doesn’t do anything to sooth the wounds of being at a Grey Cup and not playing in it.
    There won’t be the same pain on Thursday night, even if that means another loss.
    Mitchell is up against Henry Burris for the CFL most outstanding player award but he doesn’t have much chance of winning. He knows it. He’s happy to take the West Division nomination, but he would even trade that to be in the Grey Cup instead.

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