The Argonauts gave up two points in the win column last Wednesday as they failed to prevent the Stampeders’ comeback attempt in the dying minutes of the game. In front of 25,510 fans at McMahon Stadium. Keyvan Jenkins scored his 2nd TD of the night on a 21-yard play where he dove into the end zone with less than a minute to play to tie the game, setting up K Mark McLoughlin up for a 38-yard FG to steal the victory away from Toronto. McLoughlin opened and closed the scoring for the 1st half on a missed 47-yard FG before the 3:00 mark of the 1st quarter but then was good on a 42-yarder just before heading into the dressing room. Argo K Lance Chomyc replied with a successful 40-yard boot for 3 points and a convert on a TD by starting QB Tracy Ham to Larry Willis (a 54-yard toss) gave the Argos 10 points. With Calgary leading 21-11 in the 3rd quarter on TDs by Keyvan Jenkins (11-yard pass from Doug Flutie) and an 18-yarder thrown to David Sapunjis. Toronto’s Mike Kerrigan came in to replace Ham and got the ball rolling, hooking up with Paul Masotti on a 72-yard pass and run play. Calgary answered that with a 15-yard FG by McLoughlin and a 20-yard pass to Allen Pitts. Kerrigan then found Mike “Pinball” Clemons (10-yard throw) and Kip Lewis (41-yard pass), who also caught a 2-point convert pass on Clemons’ TD, in the fourth quarter to close the gap and then put his team ahead of the Grey Cup Champions. But the Stamps were determined to not let this one get away and Flutie made sure of that with his accuracy to Jenkins for his 2nd TD out of 9 catches for a total of 121 yards on the night. Several others had key games as Pitts was good for 183 yards on 10 catches and a TD, Sapunjis contributed 90 yards on 7 receptions and 1 TD while for Toronto, Masotti caught 6 passes for 170 and 1 TD and Willis caught 3 throws for 89 yards and a major. Flutie racked up a total of 477 yards on 34-of-52 attempts for 4 TD passes while in a quarter and a half, Kerrigan was good on 13-of-20 for 279 yards and 3 TDs.