Calgary Stampeders News Roundup for October 20, 2014

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    Calgary Stampeders News Roundup for October 20, 2014

    Coach Huff comments

    John Hufnagel talks to reporters the day after the Stamps' victory in Winnipeg.

    Jon Cornish comments
    CFL rushing leader Jon Cornish speaks to the media following Sunday's rundown.

    Bo Levi Mitchell comments
    Stamps QB Bo Levi Mitchell talks about Saturday's win over the Blue Bombers.


    QB Bo Levi Mitchell won his 14th game in 15 career starts with a 33-23 Stampeder road win over the Winnipeg Blue Bombers on Saturday night. The third-year pivot went 18 of 28 for 258 yards to go along with pair of touchdown tosses.
    Even though Calgary improved to 13-2 on the campaign and will now host next month's Western Final, Mitchell realizes that the Stamps must continue to improve over the course of their final three games.

    Calgary Stampeders' Anthony Parker serves up Dinos throwback game
    Anthony Parker felt like he was back at school.
    He wasn’t, but he certainly schooled the Winnipeg Blue Bombers.
    The 24-year-old used to put up monster numbers on a weekly basis during his time with the Calgary Dinos.

    Game Balls & Game Bricks: Stampeders 33, Blue Bombers 23
    It wasn’t the blowout many anticipated.
    But it was a ‘W.’
    Another ‘W,’ which locked up first place in the CFL’s West Division.
    The Calgary Stampeders built up another big lead and then made things interesting down the stretch in a 33-23 victory over the Blue Bombers in Winnipeg.

    Cornish climbs into second on Canadian career ground yards list, eyes third-straight rushing title
    In one night of hard running, Jon Cornish managed to find a treasure trove of accomplishments for himself and the Calgary Stampeders as a whole.
    Saturday’s 33-23 victory over the Winnipeg Blue Bombers clinched first place in the West Division for the Stamps, which was goal No. 1 when the season started.
    With Cornish piling up 39 yards on an insurance touchdown drive in the final minutes, the Stamps offence showed how dominant it can be when the game is on the line.

    Stamps still alive to become first team since 1989 to win 16 games
    There is now nothing, no one, of actual flesh and blood, bone and marrow, for them to chase between now and the afternoon of Nov. 23rd.
    Ah, but history . . .
    That’s another matter.
    “Shoot, why WOULDN’T we want to win 16 games?” asks an incredulous Nik Lewis. “When’s the last time you’ve seen a team clinch first place with three to go?

    Stamps notes: Sinopoli’s season over with broken collarbone
    Brad Sinopoli felt a little awkward when he got up from the touchdown reception.
    There was no spiking of the football, or celebration of any kind, but the Calgary Stampeders receiver did go straight to his holding position for the convert Saturday night at Investors Group Field in Winnipeg.
    Once he put the ball on the tee for Rene Paredes to make it 7-0 for the Stamps, Sinopoli decided it was time to see the trainer. Turns out, he has a broken collarbone.

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