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Another stunning Grey Cup loss for Stamps

OTTAWA—Ricky Ray earned a record-setting Grey Cup win while handing the Calgary Stampeders another stunning defeat.

Lirim Hajrullahu's 32-yard field goal with 53 seconds to go earned the Toronto Argonauts a stunning 27-24 victory over Calgary on a snowy Sunday night.

That secured Ray a fourth CFL title as a starting quarterback—the most in CFL history.

Trestman saw Dickenson's coaching potential

OTTAWA—Marc Trestman knows quarterbacks, but he's also got a keen eye for coaching talent.

Shortly after becoming the Montreal Alouettes' head coach in December, 2007, Trestman approached Dave Dickenson about joining his staff.

Dickenson had just been released by the B.C. Lions but the veteran quarterback declined because he wasn't done playing.

Argos rally to beat Bombers

TORONTO—In Ricky Ray's math, two trumps 60,098.

Ray threw for 423 yards and a TD to become just the fourth player in CFL history to surpass 60,000 career passing yards.

But the 15-year veteran was happier celebrating the Toronto Argonauts' wild 29-28 home victory over the Winnipeg Blue Bombers on Saturday night.

“The win feels so much better than the 60,000,” Ray said.