Realty One

Saturday, July 29, 2017


CALGARY - Jerome Messam ran for three touchdowns to lead the Calgary Stampeders to a 60-1 win over the Hamilton Tiger-Cats on Saturday.

Receiver Marken Michel hauled in two long passes to set up two of Messam's scores and then caught a TD pass of his own from quarterback Bo Levi Mitchell late in the second quarter. Michel finished with 190 yards on six catches.

Roy Finch returned a punt 97 yards into the end zone for the Stampeders (4-1-1), who extended their winning streak at McMahon Stadium to 13 straight games.

It was the largest margin of victory for the Stampeders in franchise history, surpassing the previous record of 50 points that was set in 1963 and equalled in 1995.

The Stamps also came close to setting a new mark for most points scored in a game (62), a record that was set in 1994 and matched two years later.

Rookie running back Ante Milanovic-Litre ran for his first-career CFL touchdown, while Shaquille Richardson also had an interception return for a TD.

(The Canadian Press)


Anonymous said...

Any fans yelling for so called football God Kent Austin and Eric Tillman's heads??? Can you imagine if that was the Riders with Jones? Where is Mr Oska Wee Wee??

Anonymous said...

I wonder where Kent Austin will be Job applying tomorrow. Looks to me like the players have THROWN HIM UNDER THE BUS. After a display like that he will probably be happy to get booted.

Anonymous said...

Holy man.

All I have to say is ....


Football god...Kent Austin....

You can't write his stuff lol

Anonymous said...

Umm, about that Sk football god Kent Austin ... might be time for a change in Steeltown.

Anonymous said...

Wow. That's horrible for the Cats.

I still despise the Stinks and their fans.

3RD and 1 said...

I'm not sure if Hamiltons problems are 1 of 2 possible things happening. My number 1 point being a combination of having 2 brand new Coordinators and a huge list of injuries. Especially on defence. Or my number 2 point is ... Have the players given up and quit playing for Head Coach; GM; VP of football operations Kent Austin. I'm leaning to my number 1 point. Hamiltons Defensive OC is Jeff Reinbolt. Jeff had been out of the CFL for many years before returning sometime 2013. Reinbolt was Hamilton's Special Teams Coordinator and Linebackers Coach since 2014. Jeff does well as a positional coach. My own opinion is that Reinbolt does not do well when given a defensive coordinator position. If you look back Jeff never seemed to keep a defensive coordinator job for more than 1 Year. Usually meaning he did not have a good year. I remember he has not been good at DC. He did keep his HC position in Winnipeg for 2 years. Simply because Winnipeg could not afford to pay him if they released him after his 1st terrible year. They were still paying fired GM Taman and fired HC Berry.
Prior to joining the Ticats, Reinebold served as Defensive Coordinator for the Montreal Alouettes in 2012. (1 year only) His coaching experience at the CFL level also includes various roles with the B.C. Lions (1991-93, 1996), Las Vegas Posse (1994), Edmonton Eskimos (1995), and a two-year stint as Head Coach of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers (1997-98).
So I believe Kent needs a new DC right now and Kent better take back the OC position. The new OC has Collaros so mixed up that he can't execute the plays properly. Make the plays fit the player. Not the player fit the plays. Kent is good at doing exactly that.
Rebound, regroup and recover Hamilton. Otherwise it's going to be a long, long season.

Anonymous said...

Reinebold replaced Cal Murphy, Berry came 8 years after Reinebold and Taman 6 years.

Anonymous said...

If this was the score last weekend when the Riders played Calgary, there would have been a lynch mob waiting back at YQR.

What a horrible game!

Sure hope that Hamilton can find the answer soon.


Anonymous said...

3rd and 1's rambling factually laughable hot take on Reinebold highlights included not knowing his name (Reinbolt) It makes it hard to take the opinion seriously when he doesn't know his name.