1948 Ottawa Rough Riders season

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1948 Ottawa Rough Riders season
Head coach Wally Masters
Home field Lansdowne Park
Results
Record10–2
Division place1st, IRFU
Playoff finishLost Grey Cup

The 1948 Ottawa Rough Riders finished in 1st place in the Interprovincial Rugby Football Union with a 10–2 record but lost the Grey Cup game to the Calgary Stampeders.

Contents

Preseason

WeekDateOpponentScoreResultRecord
AAug 21at Hamilton Tigers13–7Win1–0

[1]

Regular season

Standings

Interprovincial Rugby Football Union
TeamGPWLTPFPAPts
Ottawa Rough Riders 12102026413020
Montreal Alouettes 1275022117214
Toronto Argonauts 1256116019111
Hamilton Wildcats 121101882403

[2]

Schedule

WeekDateOpponentScoreResultRecord
1Aug 31at Montreal Alouettes36–18Win1–0
2Sept 4vs. Hamilton Wildcats30–5Win2–0
3Sept 11vs. Montreal Alouettes11–8Loss2–1
4Sept 18at Toronto Argonauts32–12Win3–1
5Sept 25vs. Toronto Argonauts12–5Win4–1
6Oct 2at Hamilton Wildcats26–6Win5–1
7Oct 9vs. Montreal Alouettes17–7Win6–1
8Oct 16vs. Toronto Argonauts41–6Win7–1
9Oct 23at Hamilton Wildcats17–8Win8–1
9Oct 24at Montreal Alouettes35–13Loss8–2
10Oct 30vs. Hamilton Wildcats18–5Win9–2
11Nov 6at Toronto Argonauts14–12Win10–2

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Postseason

Playoffs

RoundDateOpponentScoreResultRecord
IRFU Final #1Nov 11at Montreal Alouettes21–19Loss10–3
IRFU Final #2Nov 13vs. Montreal Alouettes15–7Win11–3
Eastern FinalNov 20vs. Hamilton Tigers19–0Win12–3
Grey CupNov 27Calgary Stampeders12–7Loss12–4

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Grey Cup

Teams1 Q2 Q3 Q4 QFinal
Calgary Stampeders060612
Ottawa Rough Riders10607

[3]

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