Hamilton Tiger-Cats (8-8)
Head Coach: Al Bruno
British Columbia Lions (13-3)
Head Coach: Don Matthews
Montreal Concordes (8-8)
Head Coach: Gary Durchik
Ottawa Rough Riders (7-9)
Head Coach: Joe Moss
Toronto Argonauts (6-10)
Head Coach: Bob O'Billovich
Winnipeg Blue Bombers (12-4)
Head Coach: Cal Murphy (Fred Glick (5-1) served as interim coach when Murphy suffered a heart attack)
Edmonton Eskimos (10-6)
Head Coach: Jackie Parker
Saskatchewan Roughriders (5-11)
Head Coach: Jack Gotta
Calgary Stampeders (3-13)
Head Coach: Steve Buratto (0-5) and Bud Riley (3-8)
1985 GREY CUP GAME AT MONTREAL (Sunday, November 24 - 56,723)
BRITISH COLUMBIA LIONS 37, HAMILTON TIGER-CATS 24 - The 1980s proved to be a decade of halting Grey Cup droughts. The Toronto Argonauts ended 30 seasons of futility by recapturing the title in 1983. The Winnipeg Blue Bombers ended a 21-year drought without a national title the following year. It was the B.C. Lions turn in 1985. The Lions hadn’t won a Grey Cup since their inaugural championship in 1964. Fittingly, their opponent in 1985 was the Hamilton Tiger-Cats, the same team they defeated for their first title. It was the second straight trip to the final for the Ticats. The Lions jumped out to a quick start when five minutes in, quarterback Roy Dewalt and receiver Ned Armour combined on an 84-yard passing play for a major. B.C. added two field goals to take a 13-0 advantage early in the second quarter. But much like they did the previous season, the Ticats made it interesting. Hamilton recovered a fumble by Lions running back Freddie Sims at the B.C. 50. It led to rookie quarterback Ken Hobart’s 35-yard touchdown strike to Ron Ingram, cutting the margin to six. Late in the opening half, Hobart broke free from the Hamilton 33 and utilized great blocking to get to the B.C. 15. Two plays later, Johnny Shepherd leaped high to snag a touchdown reception, giving the Ticats a 14-13 advantage with 1:35 remaining in the first half. After failing to get a first down on their next possession, the Lions were forced to punt. Hamilton’s Mitchell Price and Grover Covington bore down on B.C.’s Lui Passaglia in an attempt to block the kick and Passaglia, seeing the danger, wisely kept the ball and scrambled to his right, resulting in a first down. B.C. then went for the dagger. Dewalt hit Armour again on a 59-yard touchdown play, giving the Lions the lead for good. Shortly after, Quick Parker forced Hobart into a fumble, setting up a Passaglia 24-yard field goal. Instead of a one-point lead at halftime, Hamilton was in a hole 23-14. The Lions never looked back. Passaglia booted another two field goals for five in the game, and Dewalt threw another big touchdown pass in the fourth quarter, a 66-yarder to Jim Sandusky. Hobart hit Steve Stapler for a 12-yard touchdown late in the game. The Lions won despite being without the services of the injured Mervyn Fernandez and Keyvan Jenkins.
THURSDAY AUGUST 22
Ottawa 18, TORONTO 8 - The Argo offence was brutal, producing only 182 yards. At halftime, they had only an abysmal 45 yards. The Riders had 347 yards offensively, but the figures are misleading in the boring game.
FRIDAY AUGUST 23
Saskatchewan 42, EDMONTON 34 - RB Craig Ellis scored three TDs as the  Roughriders pulled off the upset. Ellis was the workhorse as QB Homer Jordan passed for 375 yards and one TD.
SATURDAY AUGUST 24
BRITISH COLUMBIA 21, Hamilton 11 (34351) - BC sent the fans home hungry after promising free fried chicken if they scored 50 points. Lion RB Keyvan Jenkins ran for 126 yards in 22 carries, including a 1-yard TD.
SUNDAY AUGUST 25
WINNIPEG 43, Calgary 6 (28166) - QBs Tom Clements and John Hufnagel each tossed two TDs as they passed for a total of 413 yards. Clements became the third CFL quarterback to reach the 30,000-yard plateau.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
British Col 6  1 0 230 111 12 Montreal    5  2 0 160 131 10
Winnipeg    5  2 0 214 128 10 Ottawa      4  3 0 141 196  8
Saskatch    4  3 0 192 169  8 Toronto     3  5 0 193 200  6
Edmonton    3  4 0 185 211  6 Hamilton    1  6 0 118 186  2
Calgary     1  6 0 108 209  2
THURSDAY JULY 4
MONTREAL 34, Winnipeg 18 (23672) - The Concordes scored four TDs, including two in the first half by Mike McTague and Jeff Patterson on passes from Turner Gill, who completed 12 of 25 for 200 yards and ran for 40 more.
FRIDAY JULY 5
EDMONTON 25, Toronto 23 - Rookie John Dailey recovered a Condredge Holloway fumble in the end zone for an Edmonton TD in the final minute and Hank Ilesic then missed a 35-yard FG attempt for Toronto to seal the loss.
SATURDAY JULY 6
British Columbia 42, HAMILTON 8 (13101) - The Lions lost starting QB Roy Dewalt in the first quarter, but Tim Cowan led the Lions to six TDs. Four of them were on passes from Cowan.
SUNDAY JULY 7
SASKATCHEWAN 46, Ottawa 22 (20785) - Saskatchewan QB Joe Paopao was good on 29 of 41 pass attempts for 426 yards and two TDs, while Ottawa QB J. C. Watts threw four interceptions, three to Terry Irvin.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
British Col 1  0 0  42   8  2 Montreal    1  0 0  34  18  2
Edmonton    1  0 0  25  23  2 Hamilton    0  1 0   8  42  0
Saskatch    1  0 0  46  22  2 Ottawa      0  1 0  22  46  0
Calgary     0  0 0   0   0  0 Toronto     0  1 0  23  25  0
Winnipeg    0  1 0  18  34  0
WEDNESDAY JULY 10
MONTREAL 22, Calgary 18 (24946) - Montreal FB Rich Thomaselli ran two yards for the go-ahead TD in the fourth, after Joe Barnes threw first-half TDs to Emmanuel Tolbert and Greg Fieger to stake Calgary to an early 15-0 lead.
THURSDAY JULY 11
WINNIPEG 16, Hamilton 11 (25428) - The Bombers survived three lost fumbles and three interceptions to win, while Hamilton K Bernie Ruoff kicked pas the CFL records for most punting yards (59,333) and punts (1,316).
FRIDAY JULY 12
TORONTO 29, Saskatchewan 25 (30421) - Toronto rallied from a 17-7 deficit. Rider QB Joe Paopao was successful on 35 of 53 passes, as his team netted 505 yards. Argo QB Condredge Holloway was 27 of 31.
SATURDAY JULY 13
BRITISH COLUMBIA 25, Edmonton 10 - Lions WR Jim Sandusky caught TD passes of 22 and 20 yards from Roy Dewalt, and Keyvan Jenkins caught 10 passes for 104 yards and rushed nine times for 52 yards.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
British Col 2  0 0  67  18  4 Montreal    2  0 0  56  36  4
Edmonton    1  1 0  35  48  2 Toronto     1  1 0  52  50  2
Saskatch    1  1 0  71  51  2 Ottawa      0  1 0  22  46  0
Winnipeg    1  1 0  34  45  2 Hamilton    0  2 0  19  58  0
Calgary     0  1 0  18  22  0
THURSDAY JULY 18
OTTAWA 41, Edmonton 19 - Rider QB Matt Dunigan completed 25 of 42 passes for 369 yards. He also was intercepted twice. Rookie Daric Zeno ran a punt 74 yards for a TD, and caught a TD pass from Dunigan.
FRIDAY JULY 19
Montreal 21, SASKATCHEWAN 12
SATURDAY JULY 20
WINNIPEG 28, Toronto 27 - With seven minutes to go, Argo HB Dennis Clay scored on a 40-yard interception for a 27-14 lead, but TB Jan Carinci fumbled with a minute to go, and the Bombers marched 33 yards for the go-ahead TD
SUNDAY JULY 21
British Columbia 39, CALGARY 14 (15793) - The temperature was sizzling at 34 C, as B.C. Lions QB John Pankratz caught seven passes for 105 yards, including a 27-yard TD pass from Tim Cowan.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
British Col 3  0 0 106  32  6 Montreal    3  0 0  77  48  6
Winnipeg    2  1 0  62  72  4 Ottawa      1  1 0  63  65  2
Edmonton    1  2 0  54  89  2 Toronto     1  2 0  79  78  2
Saskatch    1  2 0  83  72  2 Hamilton    0  2 0  19  58  0
Calgary     0  2 0  32  61  0
THURSDAY JULY 25
EDMONTON 25, Winnipeg 23 - Bomber QB John Hufnagel threw a 18-yard TD pass to Joe Poplawski with no time left on the clock to draw the Bombers to within two points, but a two-point conversion play failed.
FRIDAY JULY 26
Toronto 35, HAMILTON 10 (17566) - The win was as lopsided as the score would indicate. Hamilton netted only 13 first downs and 241 yards compared to 24 first downs and 398 yards for the Argos.
SATURDAY JULY 27
BRITISH COLUMBIA 28, Montreal 15 - RB Keyvan Jenkins ran for 139 yards to hand Montreal its first loss. He scored three TDs and became the first B.C. back since Ray Strong in October 1983 to rush for more than 100 yards.
SUNDAY JULY 28
OTTAWA 14, Calgary 12 - The Riders won, as Dean Dorsey kicked FGs of 24, 27 and 41 yards. Ottawa added singles on two missed field goals and punter Ken Clark booted three punt singles.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
British Col 4  0 0 134  47  8 Montreal    3  1 0  92  76  6
Edmonton    2  2 0  79 112  4 Ottawa      2  1 0  77  77  4
Winnipeg    2  2 0  85  97  4 Toronto     2  2 0 114  88  4
Saskatch    1  2 0  83  72  2 Hamilton    0  3 0  29  93  0
Calgary     0  3 0  44  75  0
THURSDAY AUGUST 1
British Columbia 43, TORONTO 18 (31276) - Lions RB Keyvan Jenkins had a club-record 206 yards rushing, while Argo QB Mark Casale was good on 17 of 33 passes before being pulled in the fourth for backup Mike Hohensee.
FRIDAY AUGUST 2
EDMONTON 49, Ottawa 14
Hamilton 39, MONTREAL 11 - Ken Hobart threw for two TDs and ran for a third to lead the Ticats to their first win, as they exploded for 20 points in the second quarter. Hobart was making his first start.
SATURDAY AUGUST 3
Saskatchewan 30, CALGARY 17 (16089) - Rider QB Joe Papao completed 22 of 44 passes for 307 yards, while the Roughrider defense sacked Stamp QB Joe Barnes eight times, three by defensive end Gary Dulin.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
British Col 5  0 0 177  65 10 Montreal    3  2 0 103 115  6
Edmonton    3  2 0 128 126  6 Ottawa      2  2 0  91 126  4
Winnipeg    2  2 0  85  97  4 Toronto     2  3 0 132 131  4
Saskatch    2  2 0 113  89  4 Hamilton    1  3 0  68 104  2
Calgary     0  4 0  61 105  0
THURSDAY AUGUST 8
WINNIPEG 58, Ottawa 15 (27709) - Bombers RB Willard Reaves rushed for 200 yards and three TDs and Trevor Kennerd hit five FGs. Pat Cantner and Jeff Boyd caught TDs, and Glen Steele ran a punt back 70 yards for a TD.
FRIDAY AUGUST 9
TORONTO 43, Edmonton 23 (29056) - The Esks netted 291 yards, while the Argos had 519. They also had only 16 first downs; Toronto had 30. Damon Allen replaced the injured Matt Dunigan, and went eight of 20  for 122 yards
SATURDAY AUGUST 10
SASKATCHEWAN 33, Hamilton 29 (24697) - Saskatchewan needed two TDs from Craig Ellis and a fourth-quarter, 20- yard field goal from punter Terry Leschuk to edge the stubborn Tiger-Cats.
SUNDAY AUGUST 11
Montreal 29, CALGARY 6 (13231) - Montreal rallied for three second-half TDs, two by RB Alan Reid, to hand the Stamps their fifth straight loss. Reid carried the ball 11 times for 98 yards and caught four passes for 34 yards.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
British Col 5  0 0 177  65 10 Montreal    4  2 0 132 121  8
Saskatch    3  2 0 146 118  6 Toronto     3  3 0 175 154  6
Winnipeg    3  2 0 143 112  6 Ottawa      2  3 0 106 184  4
Edmonton    3  3 0 151 169  6 Hamilton    1  4 0  97 137  2
Calgary     0  5 0  67 134  0
THURSDAY AUGUST 15
OTTAWA 17, Saskatchewan 4 (20384) - Ottawa scored all their points in the first half, then held on, while the Roughies were without starting QB Joe Paopao and WR Ray Elgaard, both of who missed the game with injuries.
FRIDAY AUGUST 16
MONTREAL 28, Toronto 10 (26747) - The Concordes had 375 yards on offense, compared with Toronto's 185. Montreal's Turner Gill, who ran for two TDs, was good on 17 of 21 passes.
SATURDAY AUGUST 17
Calgary 35, BRITISH COLUMBIA 32 - Joe Barnes passed for 495 yards, including three TDs, and J.T. Hay's fourth FG gave the Stampeders their first win with new coach Bud Riley. Lion QB Roy Dewalt passed for 491 yards.
SUNDAY AUGUST 18
Winnipeg 28, HAMILTON 10 (14026) - Winnipeg burst out of the starting blocks and grabbed a 15-0 first-quarter lead, the result of two Tom Clements-to-Jeff Boyd TD passes, while Willard Reaves ran for 140 yards.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
British Col 5  1 0 209 100 10 Montreal    5  2 0 160 131 10
Winnipeg    4  2 0 171 122  8 Ottawa      3  3 0 123 188  6
Edmonton    3  3 0 151 169  6 Toronto     3  4 0 185 182  6
Saskatch    3  3 0 150 135  6 Hamilton    1  5 0 107 165  2
Calgary     1  5 0 102 166  2
FRIDAY AUGUST 30
British Columbia 18, OTTAWA 13 (23611) - Lions QB Roy Dewalt teamed with Jim Sandusky for a pair of early TDs, then, in the final minute, Rider QB Berrnard Quarles was picked off by Darnell Clash at the B.C. five- yard line.
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 1
Winnipeg 18, SASKATCHEWAN 10 (29588) - Tom Clements completed 12 of 20 passes for 221 yards and three interceptions in the first half, but threw a 105-yard TD strike to Jeff Boyd.
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 2
Edmonton 34, CALGARY 28 (18253) - The Eskimos rebounded from an early 17-1 deficit, as QB Matt Dunigan threw fourth-quarter TD passes to SB Marco Cyncar and RB Chris Skinner to cap the comeback.
HAMILTON 19, Montreal 16 (15549) - Hamilton QB Ken Hobart found Ron Ingram for a 45-yard TD pass with less than three minutes remaining to give the Tiger-Cats the win.
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 6
BRITISH COLUMBIA 32, Toronto 23 (40782) - Lui Passaglia kicked seven FGs to bail out a sputtering offense. He tied a CFL record for FGs in a quarter when he kicked four in the opening period. He missed one attempt.
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 7
Winnipeg 42, OTTAWA 14 (19165) - The Riders scored first and had 13-7 lead by the five-minute mark of second quarter. Winnipeg then scored 24 points in eight minutes and coasted.
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 8
MONTREAL 33, Saskatchewan 12 - Turner Gill passed for 401 yards and Tony Johns rushed for two TDs to lead Montreal, while Roy Kurtz made four FGs. Craig Ellis had Saskatchewan's only TD, a 15-yard run.
EDMONTON 27, Hamilton 17 - QB Matt Dunigan directed Edmonton to 10 fourth-quarter points and the win, After failing to score in the third, the Eskimos scored two of the four times they had the ball in the final quarter.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
British Col 8  1 0 280 147 16 Montreal    6  3 0 209 162 12
Winnipeg    7  2 0 274 152 14 Ottawa      4  5 0 168 256  8
Edmonton    5  4 0 246 256 10 Toronto     3  6 0 216 232  6
Saskatch    4  5 0 214 220  8 Hamilton    2  7 0 154 229  4
Calgary     1  7 0 136 243  2
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 13
WINNIPEG 24, Montreal 0 - Winnipeg won its sixth straight, as RB Willard Reaves scored on a one-yard run in the second quarter and Joe Poplawski latched on to a 15-yard TD pass from Tom Clements in the fourth.
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 14
CALGARY 32, Ottawa 7 (12076) - Calgary's J. T. Hay kicked his 247th consecutive convert, bettering the CFL record of 246 he shared with Lui Passaglia. QB Joe Barnes threw two TD passes for the Stamps.
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 15
Hamilton 41, TORONTO 10 (28824) - The Ticat defence recorded three interceptions and forced two fumbles while the offence rambled for 376 yards. QB Ken Hobart threw for three touchdowns and ran for a fourth.
Edmonton 27, SASKATCHEWAN 15 - Edmonton used trickery to win, as DT Dan Kearns' caught a first-quarter TD. RB Craig Ellis scored Saskatchewan's touchdowns on four- and three-yard runs.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
British Col 8  1 0 280 147 16 Montreal    6  4 0 209 186 12
Winnipeg    8  2 0 298 152 16 Ottawa      4  6 0 175 288  8
Edmonton    6  4 0 273 271 12 Toronto     3  7 0 226 273  6
Saskatch    4  6 0 229 247  8 Hamilton    3  7 0 195 239  6
Calgary     2  7 0 168 250  4
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 20
British Columbia 31, MONTREAL 20 (24363) - Roy DeWalt threw two TD passes and rushed for a third to lead B.C. Lui Passaglia added three FGs as the Lions moved into sole possession of first place in the West Division.
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 21
EDMONTON 17, Calgary 6 (39327) - The Eskimos won in a game so dominated by defences that only one TD was scored. That was a six-yard pass by Matt Dunigan to Chris Woods with eight minutes left in the game.SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 22
HAMILTON 32, Ottawa 11 (16101) - Hamilton won its third in four games, while Ottawa dropped its fourth loss in succession. Hamilton's offence netted less yardage than Ottawa's - 298 yards, compared with 412.
WINNIPEG 49, Saskatchewan 3 - QB Tom Clements threw a 33-yard TD pass to Jeff Boyd and another for 14 yards to SB Joe Poplawski as the Bombers ran their win streak to seven games and clinched a playoff spot.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
British Col 9  1 0 311 167 18 Montreal    6  5 0 229 217 12
Winnipeg    9  2 0 347 155 18 Ottawa      4  7 0 186 320  8
Edmonton    7  4 0 290 277 14 Hamilton    4  7 0 227 250  8
Saskatch    4  7 0 232 296  8 Toronto     3  7 0 226 273  6
Calgary     2  8 0 174 267  4
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 27
TORONTO 27, Winnipeg 24 (28052) - The Argo defense sacked Tom Clements four times and intercepted him three times, while Argo QB Ricky Turner scored one of the Toronto TDs on a 3-yard run in the second quarter.
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 28
BRITISH COLUMBIA 33, Saskatchewan 9 (41618) - Roy Dewalt threw two TD passes, Lui Passaglia kicked six FGs and the BC defense forced nine turnovers. Passaglia tallied 21 points, and surpassed 1,500 career points.
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 29
OTTAWA 23, Montreal 7 (24909) - The Riders ran up a 20-7 halftime lead thanks to two TDs by RB Tim McCray that came as the direct results of Montreal turnovers. All of Montreal's scoring came from the toe of Roy Kurtz.
Hamilton 30, CALGARY 13 (14061) - QB Ken Hobart scored the first Ticat TD on an 11-yard run in the first quarter, then threw a four-yard TD to FB Dave Graffi in the fourth. Bernie Ruoff added five FGs, two converts and a single.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
*-Brit Col 10  1 0 344 176 20 Montreal    6  6 0 236 240 12
*-Winnipeg  9  3 0 371 182 18 Ottawa      5  7 0 209 327 10
Edmonton    7  4 0 290 277 14 Hamilton    5  7 0 257 263 10
Saskatch    4  8 0 241 329  8 Toronto     4  7 0 253 297  8
Calgary     2  9 0 187 297  4 *-Clinched Playoff Berth
FRIDAY OCTOBER 4
SASKATCHEWAN 21, Calgary 10 (19700) - QB Joe Paopao tossed TD passes to WRs Michael Elarms and Daric Zeno to pace the Riders, who rolled to a 10-0 lead after one quarter, and 17-10 at the half.
SATURDAY OCTOBER 5
Edmonton 17, HAMILTON 12 (15512) - Solid defenses, including six interceptions, four snatched by Hamilton and two by Edmonton, kept the game tight. Eskimo K Tom Dixon kicked two FGs and scored a single.
SUNDAY OCTOBER 6
OTTAWA 19, Toronto 15 (18363) - The two teams punted 23 times and tried seven field goals. Riders QB J.C. Watts, who completed 13 of 28 passes, was the game's leading ground gainer with 75 yards on nine carries.
WINNIPEG 33, British Col 26 - David Shaw set off a 24-point, second-quarter Bomber splurge by intercepting Roy Dewalt and running 52 yards for a TD. Dewalt amassed 504 yards, while Bomber QB Tom Clements had 344.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
*-Brit Col 10  2 0 370 209 20 Montreal    6  6 0 236 240 12
*-Winnipeg 10  3 0 404 208 20 Ottawa      6  7 0 228 342 12
Edmonton    8  4 0 307 289 16 Hamilton    5  8 0 269 280 10
Saskatch    5  8 0 262 339 10 Toronto     4  8 0 268 316  8
Calgary     2 10 0 197 318  4 *-Clinched Playoff Berth
FRIDAY OCTOBER 11
Winnipeg 31, BRITISH COLUMBIA 10 (59478) - Veteran QB John Hufnagel came off the bench in the second half to throw an eight-yard TD pass to RB Sean Kehoe as Bombers completed a two-game sweep of the Lions.SATURDAY OCTOBER 12
EDMONTON 39, Montreal 1 - QB Damon Allen, starting in place of injured Matt Dunigan, threw two TD passes and ran for a third. He ran a diversified attack that resulted in 183 yards rushing and 284 passing.
MONDAY OCTOBER 14
HAMILTON 51, Saskatchewan 14 - Ken Hobart passed for three TDs and ran for one himself in breaking the CFL single-season rushing record for quarterbacks with 778 yards, breaking Matt Dunigan's one-year old record.
CALGARY 28, Toronto 17 (18303) - Stamps QB Greg Vavra made his first start of the season, and saw his team get a pair of TDs from newly-arrived running back Dwight Beverly and one from wide receiver Ray Alexander.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
*-Winnipeg 11  3 0 435 218 22 Montreal    6  7 0 237 279 12
*-Brit Col 10  3 0 380 240 20 Ottawa      6  7 0 228 342 12
*-Edmonton  9  4 0 346 290 18 Hamilton    6  8 0 320 294 12
Saskatch    5  9 0 276 390 10 Toronto     4  9 0 285 344  8
Calgary     3 10 0 225 335  6 *-Clinched Playoff Berth
FRIDAY OCTOBER 18
Edmonton 37, WINNIPEG 18 - Rookie QB Damon Allen ran for three TDs as Edmonton gave the Bombers their first home loss since October 1983. CB Bomber QB John Hufnagel threw five interceptions, three to LB Danny Bass.
SATURDAY OCTOBER 19
Ottawa 30, MONTREAL 7 (15951) - Rider WR Mike Hudson caught 10 passes, one short of the club record held by Tony Gabriel, for 111 yards, as the Concordes lost fifth straight, and head coach Joe Galat the next day.
SUNDAY OCTOBER 20
TORONTO 26, Calgary 1 (26352) - Argo QB Condredge Holloway was good on 18 of 27 passes for 248 yards and rushed for 27 more. No more than 15,000 spectators were at the game on Fan Appreciation day.
Brit Col 42, SASKATCHEWAN 18 (19940) - B.C. roared to a 34-0 lead early in the third quarter, then survived a late-game scare. The Lions' defence racked up five interceptions, seven quarterback sacks and a fumble recovery.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
*-Brit Col 11  3 0 422 258 22 Ottawa      7  7 0 258 349 14
*-Winnipeg 11  4 0 453 255 22 Montreal    6  8 0 244 309 12
*-Edmonton 10  4 0 383 308 20 Hamilton    6  8 0 320 294 12
Saskatch    5 10 0 294 432 10 Toronto     5  9 0 311 354 10
Calgary     3 11 0 235 361  6 *-Clinched Playoff Berth
FRIDAY OCTOBER 25
Winnipeg 47, CALGARY 4
SATURDAY OCTOBER 26
Hamilton 36, OTTAWA 4 (23692) - Needing a win to clinch the East, Rider QB J.C. Watts had his worst game of his career, completing four of 15 passes with five interceptions. Hamilton finished the day with six picks.
SUNDAY OCTOBER 27
Montreal 17, TORONTO 3 (28873) - Montreal blew Toronto out of the playoff  picture with two TDs in the last three minutes. The win moved the Concordes into a three-way tie for first and ended a five-game slide.
BRITISH COL 42, Edmonton 29 (49193) - Mervyn Fernandez caught two first-quarter TDs that put the Lions in command, 28-7, at the half. The Esks scored three straight TDs in the second half, before the Lions roared back.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
*-Brit Col 12  3 0 464 287 24 *-Ottawa    7  8 0 262 385 14
*-Winnipeg 12  4 0 500 259 24 *-Montreal  7  8 0 261 312 14
*-Edmonton 10  5 0 412 350 20 *-Hamilton  7  8 0 356 298 14
Saskatch    5 10 0 294 432 10 Toronto     5 10 0 314 371 10
Calgary     3 12 0 239 408  6 *-Clinched Playoff Berth
DIVISION SEMI-FINALS
Sun Nov 10 - MONTREAL 30, Ottawa 20 (11372) - The Concordes won the first playoff game of their existence, spearheaded by QB Joe Barnes. He was good on 28 of 40 passes for 344 yards. Rider QB J.C. Watts completed only 12 of 27 passes for 146 yards, running 10 times for 56 yards. He was sacked four times and threw two interceptions.The crowd was the smallest in moden CFL playoff history.
Sun Nov 10 - WINNIPEG 22, Edmonton 15 (29191) - In frigid conditions, the Bombers survived six turnovers to win. WR James Murphy hauled in two TD passes to lead the defending Grey Cup champions offensively. The Bombers scored the winning points after back-to-back turnovers late in the third quarter when they were trailing 15-14.
DIVISION FINALS
Sun Nov 17 - HAMILTON 50, Montreal 26 (24432) - TIcat QB Ken Hobart became the fourth quarterback ever to throw throw five TDs in a playoff game and the 50 points set a record for the Eastern Division final. Hobart completed his first 10 passes. Hamilton's first 11 plays resulted in 28 points and 18 of those came on TD passes.
Sun Nov 17 - BRITISH COLUMBIA 42, Winnipeg 22 (59478) - Lions QB ROy Dewalt gave the Bombers an early TD by fumbling, but then rebounded to complete 17 of 28 passes for 314 yards and three TDs in a sensational comeback. The B.C. defence intercepted five passes, including four thrown by starter Tom Clements. Winnipeg coach Cal Murphy, who suffered a mild heart attack seven weeks ago, was fuming after the game. He left the press box after halftime and assumed a position on the sideline beside linebacker coach Fred Glick, the acting head coach. Murphy was incensed at B.C. general manager Bob Ackles and CFL commissioner Doug Mitchell for not allowing him use of an extra headset in the press box. CFL teams are allotted two sets each.
FRIDAY NOVEMBER 1
BRITISH COLUMBIA 17, Ottawa 10 (38661) - B.C. won their third straight Western Division title with a key goal-line stand in the third quarter. The Lions were ahead 15-3 when they stopped FB Jim Reid at the B.C. one- yard line.
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 2
HAMILTON 21, Calgary 17 (14052) - The TiCats won the East, as Calgary was able to net only 131 yards in the rain, QB Rick Johnson and Greg Vavra completed only six of 28 pass attempts and were sacked five times.
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 3
Toronto 30, SASKATCHEWAN 26 (19212) - Toronto overcame a 19-point deficit for the win. Toronto trailed 26-9 late in the third quarter, when QB Rickie Turner came off the bench to replace injured Conredge Holloway.
MONTREAL 23, Edmonton 20 (15765) - Chuck  McMann caught a two-yard TD pass from Joe Barnes with 2:05 to go, as the Concs clinched second place.  They trailed 20-10 entering the fourth quarter before coming to life.
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
*-Brit Col 13  3 0 481 297 26 *-Hamilton  8  8 0 377 315 16
*-Winnipeg 12  4 0 500 259 24 *-Montreal  8  8 0 284 332 16
*-Edmonton 10  6 0 432 373 20 *-Ottawa    7  9 0 272 402 14
Saskatch    5 11 0 320 462 10 Toronto     6 10 0 344 397 12
Calgary     3 13 0 256 429  6 *-Clinched Playoff Berth
WESTERN DIVISION              EASTERN DIVISION
British Col 7  1 0 248 124 14 Montreal    5  3 0 176 150 10
Winnipeg    6  2 0 232 138 12 Ottawa      4  4 0 154 214  8
Saskatch    4  4 0 202 187  8 Toronto     3  5 0 193 200  6
Edmonton    4  4 0 219 239  8 Hamilton    2  6 0 137 202  4
Calgary     1  7 0 136 243  2