1954 Ottawa Rough Riders season

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1954 Ottawa Rough Riders season
Head coach Clem Crowe
Home field Lansdowne Park
Division place4th, IRFU
Playoff finishDid not qualify

The 1954 Ottawa Rough Riders finished in 4th place in the IRFU with a 2–12 record and failed to qualify for the playoffs.



AAug 13vs. Winnipeg Blue Bombers29–6Loss0–1
AAug 16vs. Edmonton Eskimos19–18Win1–1

Regular season


Interprovincial Rugby Football Union
Montreal Alouettes 14113034114822
Hamilton Tiger-Cats 1495027520718
Toronto Argonauts 1468021226512
Ottawa Rough Riders 1421201293374


1Aug 28at Toronto Argonauts13–6Loss0–1
2Sept 4at Montreal Alouettes21–2Loss0–2
2Sept 6vs. Montreal Alouettes20–11Loss0–3
3Sept 11at Toronto Argonauts12–5Win1–3
4Sept 18vs. Toronto Argonauts34–6Loss1–4
5Sept 25vs. Hamilton Tiger-Cats38–12Loss1–5
6Oct 2at Hamilton Tiger-Cats45–0Loss1–6
7Oct 9vs. Montreal Alouettes25–11Loss1–7
7Oct 11at Montreal Alouettes24–6Loss1–8
8Oct 16vs. Toronto Argonauts27–11Loss1–9
9Oct 23at Hamilton Tiger-Cats25–17Loss1–10
10Oct 30vs. Hamilton Tiger-Cats30–9Loss1–11
11Nov 6at Toronto Argonauts18–12Loss1–12
12Nov 13vs. Montreal Alouettes14–12Win2–12


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