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Red and White Travel to Toronto

September 19, 2019 - Canadian Football League (CFL) - Calgary Stampeders News Release

The Calgary Stampeders will be making their one and only visit to Toronto this season when they meet the Argonauts on Friday.

With a 19-18 comeback victory at home over Hamilton last Saturday, Calgary improved to 8-4 on the season. Bo Levi Mitchell had a 300-yard passing game for the first time in his five appearances this year while Brandon Smith and Mike Rose each registered fumble recoveries for the Stamps.

Toronto (2-9) is coming off a bye week. The team's most recent game action came in Ottawa on Sept. 7 as the Argos (2-9) prevailed comfortably by a score of 46-17.

A Stampeders victory in Week 15 would mean a sweep their season series with the Argonauts after the Red and White took down Toronto 26-16 back on July 15. Both teams were unable to produce either a 100-yard rusher or 100-yard receiver in that matchup.

Calgary has won five straight outings in Toronto and scored at least 41 points in each of its past three trips to BMO Field.

Sitting third in the league with 16 special-teams tackles, the Stampeders' Nate Holley will be looking to corral the Argos' Chris Rainey, who leads the CFL in kickoff-return yards.

Next up for the Stamps will be their third and final regular-season bye. The Argos will host the Saskatchewan Roughriders on Saturday, Sept. 28.

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