News Calgary Stampeders News Roundup for September 25, 2013

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    Calgary Stampeders News Roundup for September 25, 2013

    It’s nearly the end of September, pretty quick it’s going to be October, but this week’s game is very special to me. This Saturday, we visit the Hamilton Tiger-Cats — the only difference about this road game is, we will be playing at my alma mater, University of Guelph.
    As soon as the schedule came out, I circled this game on the calendar.

    Receiver Jeff Fuller could get chance to start for Calgary Stampeders
    Third time’s the charm?
    The Calgary Stampeders may audition a new receiver for the third straight week Saturday when they take on the Hamilton Tiger-Cats in Guelph (4 p.m., TSN/News Talk 770).
    First, it was Kenny Stafford making his CFL debut against the Tabbies.

    Calgary Stampeders look forward to playing at home in Guelph
    Yannick Carter has a pair of deuces.
    Everyone else in the locker-room has a full house — and they know it.
    The Calgary Stampeders linebacker is trying his best to wheel and deal for tickets for this Saturday’s game in Guelph, a half-hour from his house.
    “It’s like playing poker inside the locker-room with these tickets,” Carter said.

    Calgary Stampeders' Stanley Bryant's block leaves him smiling
    It was an offensive lineman’s dream.
    There was Stanley Bryant, pulling off the line and rumbling down the field like a runaway 18-wheeler.
    And there was poor Demetrice Morley — playing the part of the insect — at the wrong place at the very wrong time.

    Maver’s Guelph homecoming will be special for punter, but he’s more concerned about winning
    During his university days, Rob Maver majored in Political Science/Sociology. Away from the traditional classroom setting, though, he found himself being pulled ever deeper into another kind of curriculum, studying highly-specialized, off-the-radar courses such as Hang Time and Coffin Corner.

    Stamps notes: CFL club looking for better play out of its offensive line on Saturday against Hamilton
    Mike Gibson is looking for an upgrade from his usually-dependable offensive line Saturday in Guelph against the Hamilton Tiger-Cats.
    “We know we didn’t play as well as we’re capable of playing,” acknowledged the Calgary Stampeders’ O-line coach of his unit, reflecting on last weekend’s home loss to Toronto. “Doesn’t matter who’s in there — they’re all capable of playing.

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