1993 Calgary Stampeders season

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1993 Calgary Stampeders season
Head coach Wally Buono
Home field McMahon Stadium
Results
Record15–3
Division place1st, West
Playoff finishLost West Final
Uniform
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The 1993 Calgary Stampeders finished in 1st place in the West Division with a 15–3 record. They attempted to defend their Grey Cup championship in front of a home crowd at McMahon Stadium, but they lost in the West Final to the eventual Grey Cup champions Edmonton Eskimos.

The 1993 Canadian Football League season is considered to be the 40th season in modern-day Canadian football, although it is officially the 36th Canadian Football League season.

Calgary Stampeders Canadian football team

The Calgary Stampeders are a professional Canadian football team based in Calgary, Alberta, competing in the West Division of the Canadian Football League (CFL). The Stampeders play their home games at McMahon Stadium and are the third-oldest active franchise in the CFL. The Stampeders were officially founded in 1945, although there were clubs operating in Calgary as early as 1909.

McMahon Stadium stadium at Calgary, Canada

McMahon Stadium is a Canadian football stadium in Calgary, Alberta. The stadium is owned by the University of Calgary and operated by the McMahon Stadium Society.

Contents

Offseason

CFL Draft

RdPickPlayerPositionSchool

Preseason

WeekDateOpponentScoreResultAttendanceRecord
AFri, June 18vs. Saskatchewan Roughriders21–11Win29,2801–0
BFri, June 25at Edmonton Eskimos22–8Win36,5532–0

Regular season

Season standings

West Division
TeamGPWLTPFPAPts
Calgary Stampeders 18153064641830
Edmonton Eskimos 18126050737224
Saskatchewan Roughriders 18117051149522
BC Lions 18108057458320
Sacramento Gold Miners 18612049850912

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Season schedule

WeekDateOpponentScoreResultAttendanceRecord
1Tue, July 6vs. Winnipeg Blue Bombers54–34Win25,4861–0
2Bye1–0
3Sat, July 17at Sacramento Gold Minors38–36Win20,0822–0
4Sat, July 24at BC Lions34–20Win31,1193–0
5Wed, July 28vs. Toronto Argonauts39–36Win25,5104–0
6Tue, Aug 3at Winnipeg Blue Bombers40–35Win23,8695–0
7Fri, Aug 6at Ottawa Rough Riders47–22Win27,3416–0
8Sat, Aug 14vs. Ottawa Rough Riders21–7Win24,1537–0
9Fri, Aug 20at Hamilton Tiger-Cats31–12Win19,4028–0
10Fri, Aug 27vs. BC Lions35–30Win27,0119–0
11Mon, Sept 6vs. Edmonton Eskimos33–13Win38,20510–0
12Fri, Sept 10at Edmonton Eskimos29–16Loss54,32410–1
13Sat, Sept 18vs. BC Lions40–21Win29,11011–1
14Fri, Sept 24vs. Hamilton Tiger-Cats26–3Win29,81712–1
15Bye12–1
16Sun, Oct 10vs. Saskatchewan Roughriders34–18Win28,21013–1
17Sun, Oct 17at Toronto Argonauts51–7Win21,02314–1
18Sat, Oct 23at Saskatchewan Roughriders48–45Loss26,13714–2
19Sat, Oct 30vs. Sacramento Gold Miners41–8Win26,10515–2
20Sun, Nov 7at Edmonton Eskimos39–21Loss23,53615–3

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Awards and records

The Jackie Parker Trophy is a Canadian Football League trophy that is awarded annually to the Most Outstanding Rookie in the West Division, since 1974. Each team in the West Division nominates a candidate from which a winner is chosen, and either this winner or the winner of the Frank M. Gibson Trophy will receive the Canadian Football League Most Outstanding Rookie Award. The award is named after former CFL star player and coach Jackie Parker.

The Jeff Nicklin Memorial Trophy is a trophy awarded to the Canadian Football League West Division's most outstanding player, chosen from the nominees from each team in the division. Either this trophy winner or the winner of the Terry Evanshen Trophy also receives the Canadian Football League Most Outstanding Player Award.

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Douglas Richard Flutie is an American former quarterback in the National Football League (NFL), Canadian Football League (CFL), and United States Football League (USFL).

1993 CFL All-Stars

Western All-Star selections

Playoffs

West Semi-Final

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West Final

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