2001 Calgary Stampeders season

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2001 Calgary Stampeders season
Head coach Wally Buono
Home field McMahon Stadium
Results
Record8–10
Division place2nd, West
Playoff finishWon Grey Cup
Uniform
CFL CAL Jersey 2000.png

The 2001 Calgary Stampeders season was the 44th season for the team in the Canadian Football League and their 63rd overall. The Stampeders finished in 2nd place in the West Division with an 8–10 record and qualified for the playoffs for the 13th consecutive season, establishing a franchise record. After defeating the BC Lions and Edmonton Eskimos in the West Division playoffs, the team advanced to the 89th Grey Cup. The Stampeders defeated the heavily favoured Winnipeg Blue Bombers to win their fifth Grey Cup championship.

Contents

Offseason

CFL Draft

RdPickPlayerPositionSchool
16 Kamau Peterson WR New Hampshire
210 Lawrence Deck DB Fresno State
214 Duncan O'Mahony K British Columbia
322 Farwan Zubedi WR Washington State
323 Lukas Shaver S Ottawa
430 Andrew Carter OL Bishop's
538 Jeffrey Simmer LB Regina
646 David D'Onofrio LB York

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Preseason

WeekDateOpponentScoreResultAttendanceRecord
AJune 20vs. Edmonton Eskimos34–10Win29,0901–0
BJune 26at BC Lions35–28Win9,2732–0

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Regular season

Season standings

West Division
TeamGPWLTOTLPFPAPts
Edmonton Eskimos 18990143946319
Calgary Stampeders 188100147847617
BC Lions 188100041744516
Saskatchewan Roughriders 186120030841612

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Season schedule

WeekDateOpponentScoreResultAttendanceRecord
1July 4vs. Winnipeg Blue Bombers48–20Loss33,6780–1
2July 11at Montreal Alouettes32–14Loss19,5440–2
3July 20at Edmonton Eskimos33–23Loss33,5240–3
4July 27vs. BC Lions28–22Win32,2101–3
5August 3vs. Toronto Argonauts36–35Loss32,6051–4
6August 11at Saskatchewan Roughriders35–4Win22,4382–4
7August 16vs. Saskatchewan Roughriders37–13Win35,9673–4
8August 25at BC Lions27–13Loss23,6423–5
9September 3vs. Edmonton Eskimos33–32Loss35,9673–6
10September 7at Edmonton Eskimos34–33Win48,2794–6
11September 17vs. Saskatchewan Roughriders21–14Win32,5485–6
12September 22at Hamilton Tiger-Cats29–26 (OT)Loss15,5005–7
13September 28at Toronto Argonauts33–31Loss15,3875–8
14October 8vs. Hamilton Tiger-Cats35–33Loss31,7945–9
15October 14at Saskatchewan Roughriders29–26Win18,4966–9
16October 20vs. Montreal Alouettes29–9Win33,1447–9
17October 28vs. BC Lions34–16Loss27,6787–10
18November 2at Winnipeg Blue Bombers22–15Win27,6788–10

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Playoffs

GameDateOpponentScoreResultAttendance
West Semi-FinalNovember 11vs. BC Lions28–19Win23,642
West FinalNovember 18at Edmonton Eskimos34–16Win42,156
Grey CupNovember 25Winnipeg Blue Bombers27–19Win65,255

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Grey Cup

TeamQ1Q2Q3Q4Total
Calgary Stampeders 01701027
Winnipeg Blue Bombers 408719

Awards and records

2001 CFL All-Stars

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