News Roundup for June 30, 2013

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    Calgary Stampeders News Roundup for June 30, 2013

    Calgary Stampeders lose Mace in Game 1 win
    It’s too early to push the panic button, but the Calgary Stampeders could have lost a key cog during Friday’s Week 1 CFL win over the B.C. Lions.

    Defensive tackle Corey Mace will see a doctor and undergo an MRI this week to determine the extent of a shoulder injury he suffered in the season-opener.

    Stampeders back Jon Cornish developed complicated mathematical system to evaluate his gridiron performances
    Advanced statistical formulas have taken over professional sports in the last decade, giving teams and fans a new perspective.

    Inspired performance: Cornish comes up big vs. BC
    After running for 172 yards and two touchdowns on Friday, Jon Cornish said he wished he could have done more.

    Cornish led the Calgary Stampeders to a 44-32 win over the visiting B.C. Lions on Friday in front of 26,625 fans at McMahon Stadium.

    Stampeders give Calgarians a reason to smile
    Naheed Nenshi wears suits to work, not shoulder pads. His favourite colour is purple, not red.

    But the Calgary mayor received an ovation louder than any football player Friday prior to kickoff for the 2013 Stampeders season-opener against the B.C. Lions.

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