|1952 Ottawa Rough Riders season|
|Head coach||Clem Crowe|
|Home field||Lansdowne Park|
|Division place||3rd, IRFU|
|Playoff finish||Did not qualify|
The 1952 Ottawa Rough Riders finished in 3rd place in the IRFU with a 5–7 record and failed to qualify for the playoffs.
|A||Aug 9||vs. Winnipeg Blue Bombers||24–6||Loss||0–1|
|Ottawa Rough Riders||12||5||7||0||200||238||10|
|1||Aug 27||at Montreal Alouettes||32–28||Win||1–0|
|2||Sept 6||vs. Hamilton Tiger-Cats||30–8||Loss||1–1|
|3||Sept 13||at Toronto Argonauts||24–19||Loss||1–2|
|4||Sept 20||vs. Montreal Alouettes||8–7||Win||2–2|
|5||Sept 27||at Hamilton Tiger-Cats||27–13||Loss||2–3|
|6||Oct 4||vs. Toronto Argonauts||25–21||Win||3–3|
|7||Oct 11||vs. Montreal Alouettes||25–12||Win||4–3|
|7||Oct 12||at Montreal Alouettes||23–6||Win||5–3|
|8||Oct 18||vs. Toronto Argonauts||25–6||Loss||5–4|
|9||Oct 25||at Toronto Argonauts||20–14||Loss||5–5|
|10||Nov 1||at Hamilton Tiger-Cats||25–23||Loss||5–6|
|11||Nov 8||vs. Hamilton Tiger-Cats||13–4||Loss||5–7|
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