The 88th Grey Cup (Canadian Football League championship) was held in 2000 in Calgary.The BC Lions won the game 28–26 over the Montreal Alouettes.The Lions, who finished 8–10 with an overtime loss during the regular season, became the first team ever to finish with a regular season record below .500 and win the Grey Cup.
The 20–16 victory represented the franchise's seventh Grey Cup championship and first since 2008. Bo Levi Mitchell was named the Grey Cup Most Valuable Player after completing 25 of 34 passes for 334 yards. Hamilton's Andy Fantuz received the Dick Suderman Trophy as the Most Outstanding Canadian. He received six passes for 81 yards. Nov 24, 2012 · The Fourth Earl Grey, after whom our country’s top football prize is named, was a big supporter of the arts as well as sport. He donated the Grey Cup to the Canadian Rugby Union in 1909, but two The name "Grey Cup" has since been used to refer both to the trophy and the event. Football was suspended between 1916 and 1918, during the First World War, and in 1919, though there was a season, there was no playoff or Grey Cup game due to a dispute about the rules. The Grey Cup, the championship trophy for the Canadian Football League, is named after the 4th Earl, in 1909; at the time, Lord Grey was serving as Governor General of Canada.  A column topped with a statue of Charles Grey, 2nd Earl Grey (referred to locally as Grey's Monument ), has a prominent location in the city of Newcastle upon Tyne . Jun 12, 2020 · The hometown hero was named the Most Valuable Player and Most Valuable Canadian — the first time in Grey Cup history the same player won both awards — leading the Bombers to their first Grey Cup in 29 years beating Hamilton 33-12. Jul 21, 2020 · In 1909, he donated the Grey Cup, the trophy which is now awarded annually to the Canadian Football League champion. The Grey Cup is a trophy produced by Birks Jewellers that has been part of Canadian sports since 1909, when it was donated by Governor General Earl Grey for the Canadian football championship.
Ottawa RedBlacks quarterback Henry Burris was named Grey Cup MVP after leading his team to a 39-33 overtime victory over the Calgary Stampeders.It's an amazing story for the 41-year-old, who
Burris was named the Grey Cup Most Valuable Player with DeAngelis being the top Canadian for their efforts. John Hufnagel had been interviewed by several NFL and college football teams, but is still the team's general manager to this day. Jul 01, 2020 · 1985: Lui Gets His First. It was a star-studded edition of the Lions that brought home Grey Cup championship number two in 1985. With four field goals, three converts and a rouge, Lui Passaglia was the only Lions Canadian to hit the score sheet as they cruised past Hamilton 37-24. Editor’s Note: The history of the CFL is filled with stories of players who have gone on to careers in the NFL after their years in Canada. Not all of them have won Grey Cups though. In this article, Kean Doherty has picked out 12 of the most outstanding players who have won a Grey […]
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Nov 27, 2017 · DeVier Posey named Grey Cup MVP after 100-yard touchdown catch. Dave Clark. Cincinnati Enquirer. DeVier Posey, a former La Salle High School and Ohio State Buckeyes standout who now plays for the Nov 19, 2012 · There's a perfectly good explanation: World War I. Canada's participation in World War I as part of the British Empire led to the cancellation of the Grey Cup in 1916, 1917, and 1918. Then, after The game turned into a Grey Cup classic, thanks to the great play of the Alouettes veterans, and broke a streak of 4 straight losses in Grey Cups. The 2010 season was another good season for Montreal, as they went 12–6 and became the first team since the 1997 Toronto Argonauts to repeat as Grey Cup Champions. They played against the Burris was named the Grey Cup Most Valuable Player with DeAngelis being the top Canadian for their efforts. John Hufnagel had been interviewed by several NFL and college football teams, but is still the team's general manager to this day. Jul 01, 2020 · 1985: Lui Gets His First. It was a star-studded edition of the Lions that brought home Grey Cup championship number two in 1985. With four field goals, three converts and a rouge, Lui Passaglia was the only Lions Canadian to hit the score sheet as they cruised past Hamilton 37-24.