1957 Ottawa Rough Riders season

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1957 Ottawa Rough Riders season
Head coach Frank Clair
Home field Lansdowne Park
Results
Record8–6
Division place2nd, IRFU
Playoff finishLost East Semi-Final

The 1957 Ottawa Rough Riders finished in 2nd place in the IRFU with an 8–6 record but lost to the Montreal Alouettes in the East Semi-Final.

Contents

Preseason

WeekDateOpponentScoreResultRecord
BAug 2vs. Calgary Stampeders23–14Win1–0
CAug 8vs. Saskatchewan Roughriders14–7Win2–0
CAug 10at Winnipeg Blue Bombers36–6Loss2–1
CAug 12at Calgary Stampeders26–7Loss2–2

Regular season

Standings

Interprovincial Rugby Football Union
TeamGPWLTPFPAPts
Hamilton Tiger-Cats 14104025018920
Ottawa Rough Riders 1486032623716
Montreal Alouettes 1468028730112
Toronto Argonauts 1441002744108

Schedule

WeekDateOpponentScoreResultRecord
1Aug 20vs. Hamilton Tiger-Cats20–7Win1–0
1Aug 23at Toronto Argonauts22–17Win2–0
2Aug 31at Montreal Alouettes22–21Loss2–1
3Sept 7vs. Montreal Alouettes17–16Win3–1
4Sept 14at Hamilton Tiger-Cats18–14Loss3–2
5Sept 21at Toronto Argonauts55–14Win4–2
6Sept 28vs. Toronto Argonauts40–21Win5–2
7Oct 5vs. Hamilton Tiger-Cats18–17Loss5–3
8Oct 12vs. Montreal Alouettes27–17Win6–3
8Oct 14at Montreal Alouettes32–24Loss6–4
9Oct 19at Toronto Argonauts31–23Loss6–5
10Oct 26vs. Toronto Argonauts25–7Win7–5
11Nov 2vs. Hamilton Tiger-Cats9–4Win8–5
12Nov 9at Hamilton Tiger-Cats13–12Loss8–6

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Postseason

Playoffs

RoundDateOpponentScoreResultRecord
East Semi-FinalNov 13vs. Montreal Alouettes24–15Loss8–7

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