2001 Calgary Stampeders season

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2001 Calgary Stampeders season
Head coach Wally Buono
Home field McMahon Stadium
Results
Record 8–10–0
Division place 2nd, West
Playoff finish Won 89th Grey Cup
Uniform
CFL CAL Jersey 2000.png
Timeline
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< 2000 2002 >

The 2001 Calgary Stampeders season was the 44th season for the team in the Canadian Football League and their 63rd overall. The Stampeders finished in 2nd place in the West Division with an 8–10–0 record and qualified for the playoffs for the 13th consecutive season, establishing a franchise record. After defeating the BC Lions and Edmonton Eskimos in the West Division playoffs, the team advanced to the 89th Grey Cup. The Stampeders defeated the heavily favoured Winnipeg Blue Bombers to win their fifth Grey Cup championship.

Offseason[edit]

CFL Draft[edit]

Rd Pick Player Position School
1 6 Kamau Peterson WR New Hampsphire
2 10 Lawrence Deck DB Fresno State
2 14 Duncan O'Mahony K British Columbia
3 22 Farwan Zubedi WR Washington State
3 23 Lukas Shaver S Ottawa
4 30 Andrew Carter OL Bishop's
5 38 Jeffrey Simmer LB Regina
6 46 David D'Onofrio LB York

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Preseason[edit]

Week Date Opponent Score Result Attendance Record
A June 20 vs. Edmonton Eskimos 34–10 Win 29,090 1–0
B June 26 at BC Lions 35–28 Win 9,273 2–0

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Regular season[edit]

Season Standings[edit]

West Division
Team GP W L T OTL PF PA Pts
Edmonton Eskimos 18 9 9 0 1 439 463 19
Calgary Stampeders 18 8 10 0 1 478 476 17
BC Lions 18 8 10 0 0 417 445 16
Saskatchewan Roughriders 18 6 12 0 0 308 416 12

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Season schedule[edit]

Week Date Opponent Score Result Attendance Record
1 July 4 vs. Winnipeg Blue Bombers 48–20 Loss 33,678 0–1
2 July 11 at Montreal Alouettes 32–14 Loss 19,544 0–2
3 July 20 at Edmonton Eskimos 33–23 Loss 33,524 0–3
4 July 27 vs. BC Lions 28–22 Win 32,210 1–3
5 August 3 vs. Toronto Argonauts 36–35 Loss 32,605 1–4
6 August 11 at Saskatchewan Roughriders 35–4 Win 22,438 2–4
7 August 16 vs. Saskatchewan Roughriders 37–13 Win 35,967 3–4
8 August 25 at BC Lions 27–13 Loss 23,642 3–5
9 September 3 vs. Edmonton Eskimos 33–32 Loss 35,967 3–6
10 September 7 at Edmonton Eskimos 34–33 Win 48,279 4–6
11 September 17 vs. Saskatchewan Roughriders 21–14 Win 32,548 5–6
12 September 22 at Hamilton Tiger-Cats 29–26 (OT) Loss 15,500 5–7
13 September 28 at Toronto Argonauts 33–31 Loss 15,387 5–8
14 October 8 vs. Hamilton Tiger-Cats 35–33 Loss 31,794 5–9
15 October 14 at Saskatchewan Roughriders 29–26 Win 18,496 6–9
16 October 20 vs. Montreal Alouettes 29–9 Win 33,144 7–9
17 October 28 vs. BC Lions 34–16 Loss 27,678 7–10
18 November 2 at Winnipeg Blue Bombers 22–15 Win 27,678 8–10

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Playoffs[edit]

Game Date Opponent Score Result Attendance
West Semi-Final November 11 vs. BC Lions 28–19 Win 23,642
West Final November 18 at Edmonton Eskimos 34–16 Win 42,156
Grey Cup November 25 Winnipeg Blue Bombers 27–19 Win 65,255

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Grey Cup[edit]

Main article: 89th Grey Cup
Team Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Total
Calgary Stampeders 0 17 0 10 27
Winnipeg Blue Bombers 4 0 8 7 19

Awards and records[edit]

2001 CFL All-Stars[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.cfl.ca/canadian_draft/list?year=2001 2001 CFL Draft
  2. ^ a b c "Pro Football Archives: 2001 Calgary Stampeders (CFL)". Retrieved 2012-05-14. 
  3. ^ a b c http://www.cfl.ca/schedule/year/2001/time_zone/0
  4. ^ "CFL.ca". Archived from the original on 29 June 2009. Retrieved 26 July 2009.