1967 Ottawa Rough Riders season

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1967 Ottawa Rough Riders season
Head coachFrank Clair
Home field Lansdowne Park
Results
Record9–4–1
Division place2nd, East
Playoff finishLost Eastern Finals

The 1967 Ottawa Rough Riders finished the season in 2nd place in the Eastern Conference with a 9–4–1 record and lost in the Eastern Finals to the Hamilton Tiger-Cats.

Contents

Preseason

WeekDateOpponentScoreResultRecord
AJuly 17vs. Calgary Stampeders22–7Loss0–1
BJuly 24at Calgary Stampeders13–11Loss0–2
BJuly 26at BC Lions18–18Tie0–2–1

Regular season

Standings

Eastern Football Conference
TeamGPWLTPFPAPts
Hamilton Tiger-Cats 14104025019520
Ottawa Rough Riders 1494133720919
Toronto Argonauts 1458125226611
Montreal Alouettes 1421201663024

Schedule

WeekDateOpponentScoreResultRecord
1Aug 9vs. Edmonton Eskimos28–25Win1–0
2Aug 16at Winnipeg Blue Bombers40–7Win2–0
3Aug 23at Hamilton Tiger-Cats22–17Loss2–1
4Sept 4vs. Montreal Alouettes17–5Win3–1
5Sept 10at Saskatchewan Roughriders32–23Loss3–2
5Sept 12at Calgary Stampeders20–13Loss3–3
6Sept 17vs. Hamilton Tiger-Cats16–14Loss3–4
7Sept 24vs. Toronto Argonauts38–3Win4–4
8Oct 1at Hamilton Tiger-Cats17–8Win5–4
9Oct 9vs. Montreal Alouettes40–6Win6–4
10Bye
11Oct 18vs. BC Lions19–16Win7–4
11Oct 22at Toronto Argonauts28–28Tie7–4–1
12Oct 28vs. Toronto Argonauts28–18Win8–4–1
13Nov 4at Montreal Alouettes15–1Win9–4–1

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Postseason

RoundDateOpponentScoreResultRecord
East Semi-FinalNov 12Toronto Argonauts38–22Win10–4–1
East Final #1Nov 19Hamilton Tiger-Cats11–3Loss10–5–1
East Final #2Nov 25at Hamilton Tiger-Cats26–0Loss10–6–1

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