|Date||November 30, 1968|
|Most Valuable Player||Vic Washington|
|Network||CBC, CTV, SRC|
56th Grey Cup was played November 30, 1968, and the Ottawa Rough Riders defeated the Calgary Stampeders 24–21 before 32,655 fans at Toronto's Exhibition Stadium. Vic Washington's 79-yard run is still a Grey Cup record, and he won the Grey Cup Most Valuable Player award. This was the final Grey Cup game to be played on a Saturday; beginning the next year and since then (except for 1970), all Grey Cup games have been played on a Sunday.
Ottawa – Single – Don Sutherin 00 yard kick
Ottawa – FG – Don Sutherin 27-yard field goal
Calgary – TD – Peter Liske 1-yard run (Larry Robinson convert)
Calgary – TD – Terry Evanshen 21-yard pass from Peter Liske (Larry Robinson convert)
Ottawa – TD – Russ Jackson 1-yard run (Don Sutherin convert)
Ottawa – TD – Vic Washington 79-yard run (convert blocked)
Ottawa – TD – Margene Adkins 70-yard pass from Russ Jackson (Don Sutherin convert)
Calgary – TD – Terry Evanshen 4-yard pass from Peter Liske (Larry Robinson convert)
|Teams||1 Q||2 Q||3 Q||4 Q||Final|
|Ottawa Rough Riders||1||3||7||13||24|
|Miss BC Lions||Valerie Bryan|
|Miss Calgary Stampeders||Patricia Cooper|
|Miss Edmonton Eskimos||Barbara Casault|
|Miss Hamilton Tiger-Cats||Kathy Cumming|
|Miss Montreal Alouettes||Lynn Jessop|
|Miss Ottawa Rough Riders||Lee Donaldson|
|Miss Saskatchewan Roughriders||Donna Hardy|
|Miss Toronto Argonauts||Jacquie Perrin|
|Miss Winnipeg Blue Bombers||Diane Zuk|
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