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November 30, 1992 | LISA DILLMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Well, the CFL can rightly be renamed the Canadian Flutie League after the Calgary Stampeders defeated the Winnipeg Blue Bombers, 24-10, on Sunday in the Grey Cup at SkyDome. Calgary quarterback Doug Flutie, who created his own legend at Boston College, made a mockery of Winnipeg's blitzing defense. He threw for 480 yards and two touchdowns, completing 33 of 49 passes.
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November 29, 1993 | From Associated Press
Sean Fleming kicked six field goals and quarterback Damon Allen was voted the most valuable player as the Edmonton Eskimos took advantage of seven turnovers to beat Winnipeg Blue Bombers, 33-23, Sunday night in the 81st Grey Cup. Allen, formerly of Cal State Fullerton, rushed for 90 yards, passed for 226 and threw a two-yard touchdown pass for Edmonton, which lost to the Bombers in the final of the 1990 Grey Cup, the Canadian Football League title game.
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November 26, 1990 | From Associated Press
Linebacker Greg Battle returned one of his two interceptions 32 yards for a touchdown Sunday as the Winnipeg Blue Bombers dominated the Canadian Football League championship game, crushing the Edmonton Eskimos, 50-11, in the 78th Grey Cup. Bomber quarterback Tom Burgess passed for three touchdowns and was named the game's top offensive player. Winnipeg set a Grey Cup record by scoring 28 consecutive points in the third quarter as it won its second CFL title in three years.
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November 30, 1992 | LISA DILLMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Well, the CFL can rightly be renamed the Canadian Flutie League after the Calgary Stampeders defeated the Winnipeg Blue Bombers, 24-10, on Sunday in the Grey Cup at SkyDome. Calgary quarterback Doug Flutie, who created his own legend at Boston College, made a mockery of Winnipeg's blitzing defense. He threw for 480 yards and two touchdowns, completing 33 of 49 passes.
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November 24, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
No snow is forecast, but the high temperature is expected to be nine degrees for today's Grey Cup game for the championship of the Canadian Football League between the Toronto Argonauts and Calgary Stampeders at Winnipeg. Rickey Foggie will start at quarterback for Toronto in place of injured Matt Dunigan. The Argonauts are slight favorites, probably because of receiver-returner Raghib (Rocket) Ismail.
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November 25, 1991 | From Associated Press
Raghib (Rocket) Ismail scored on an 87-yard kickoff return in the fourth quarter as the Toronto Argonauts beat the Calgary Stampeders, 36-21, Sunday and won their first Grey Cup in eight years. After Calgary closed to 22-21 on Danny Barrett's 18-yard touchdown pass to Allen Pitts at 4:21 of the fourth quarter, Ismail took a squibbed kickoff at his 23-yard line and ran to the end zone untouched. "I don't know what to say," Ismail said. "I'm speechless."
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November 28, 1988 | LARRY STEWART, Times Staff Writer
The up-and-down career of former USC quarterback Sean Salisbury reached a new high Sunday at Ottawa, Canada. Salisbury led the Winnipeg Blue Bombers to an upset victory over the British Columbia Lions, 22-21, in the Grey Cup game, Canadian football's Super Bowl. Salisbury completed only 12 of 32 passes, but that accounted for 246 yards and the Blue Bombers' lone touchdown, which came on a 35-yard pass to James Murphy in the second quarter. The Blue Bombers' Trevor Kennerd kicked 4 field goals.
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November 29, 1993 | From Associated Press
Sean Fleming kicked six field goals and quarterback Damon Allen was voted the most valuable player as the Edmonton Eskimos took advantage of seven turnovers to beat Winnipeg Blue Bombers, 33-23, Sunday night in the 81st Grey Cup. Allen, formerly of Cal State Fullerton, rushed for 90 yards, passed for 226 and threw a two-yard touchdown pass for Edmonton, which lost to the Bombers in the final of the 1990 Grey Cup, the Canadian Football League title game.
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November 25, 1991 | From Associated Press
Raghib (Rocket) Ismail scored on an 87-yard kickoff return in the fourth quarter as the Toronto Argonauts beat the Calgary Stampeders, 36-21, Sunday and won their first Grey Cup in eight years. After Calgary closed to 22-21 on Danny Barrett's 18-yard touchdown pass to Allen Pitts at 4:21 of the fourth quarter, Ismail took a squibbed kickoff at his 23-yard line and ran to the end zone untouched. "I don't know what to say," Ismail said. "I'm speechless."
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November 24, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
No snow is forecast, but the high temperature is expected to be nine degrees for today's Grey Cup game for the championship of the Canadian Football League between the Toronto Argonauts and Calgary Stampeders at Winnipeg. Rickey Foggie will start at quarterback for Toronto in place of injured Matt Dunigan. The Argonauts are slight favorites, probably because of receiver-returner Raghib (Rocket) Ismail.
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November 26, 1990 | From Associated Press
Linebacker Greg Battle returned one of his two interceptions 32 yards for a touchdown Sunday as the Winnipeg Blue Bombers dominated the Canadian Football League championship game, crushing the Edmonton Eskimos, 50-11, in the 78th Grey Cup. Bomber quarterback Tom Burgess passed for three touchdowns and was named the game's top offensive player. Winnipeg set a Grey Cup record by scoring 28 consecutive points in the third quarter as it won its second CFL title in three years.
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November 28, 1988 | LARRY STEWART, Times Staff Writer
The up-and-down career of former USC quarterback Sean Salisbury reached a new high Sunday at Ottawa, Canada. Salisbury led the Winnipeg Blue Bombers to an upset victory over the British Columbia Lions, 22-21, in the Grey Cup game, Canadian football's Super Bowl. Salisbury completed only 12 of 32 passes, but that accounted for 246 yards and the Blue Bombers' lone touchdown, which came on a 35-yard pass to James Murphy in the second quarter. The Blue Bombers' Trevor Kennerd kicked 4 field goals.
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