14th Grey Cup

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14th Grey Cup
Ottawa Senators Toronto Varsity Blues
(5–1)(2–2)
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Ottawa Senators 703010
Toronto Varsity Blues 24017
DateDecember 4, 1926
Stadium Varsity Stadium
Location Toronto
Attendance8,276

The 14th Grey Cup was played on December 4, 1926, before 8,276 fans at the Varsity Stadium at Toronto.

The Ottawa Senators defeated the Toronto Varsity Blues 10 to 7.

Joe Miller was the star of the game, scoring three vital late games "rouges" (single points) and staving off two critical potential turnovers. [1]

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