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Pringle Finishes Second in Canadian MVP Voting

November 26, 2000

Montreal running back Mike Pringle, formerly of Kennedy High and Cal State Fullerton, finished second to Calgary quarterback Dave Dickenson in the balloting for most valuable player of the Canadian Football League.

Pringle, the MVP in 1995 and '98 and an all-league selection this season, led the CFL with 1,778 yards rushing. He helped Montreal to its first Grey Cup appearance in 21 years. The Alouettes play today at McMahon Stadium in Calgary against British Columbia.

Pringle had 89 yards and a touchdown in 16 carries in a 35-24 semifinal victory over Winnipeg.

Dickenson, who won the voting by a 27-15 margin, passed for 4,636 yards and 36 touchdowns.


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