San Antonio Texans 24 @ Baltimore Stallions 50

Game Details

  • Week 2
  • 11th Game of Regular Season (24th Overall)
  • Saturday, Jul 8, 1995 7:30 PM EDT ( )
  • (Local)
  • at Memorial Stadium in Baltimore, MD
    • Surface: Natural Grass
    • Attendance: 31,016
    • Capacity: 54,600
  • Broadcaster:
    • TSN

Game Notes

Game Summary

It was a historic evening at Baltimore’s Memorial Stadium last week. For starters it was the first game for Baltimore fans to cheer on the Stallions and it also marked the first visit for the Texans to Maryland. In the end, it was the Stallions prevailing by a 50-24 score. The two teams traded FG to open up the game and then at 3:22 of the 2nd quarter, Baltimore K Carlos Huerta added his second of five FG on the day, this one from 14 yards away. San Antonio captured their only lead on the day as QB David Archer hooked up with RB Mike Saunders for a 46 yard passing TD. The Roman Anderson convert made the score 10-6 in favour of the Texans. This lead was short lived however as Stallion QB Tracy Ham and WR Robert Clark connected for a 18 yard TD at 10:40 of the second. Just over three minutes later, Ham found WR Chris Armstrong alone in the end zone for a 26 yard major. Huerta’s convert made the score 20-10 in favour of the Stallions. Baltimore was not done there as DB Chris Wright corralled a punt and returned it 69 yards for the score with just 45 seconds remaining in the half. The half-time score read, Baltimore 27, San Antonio 10. A Carlos Huerta 38 yard FG opened up the second half scoring before the Texans replies with Saunders scoring his second TD of the game, this on a 1 yard run. The Anderson convert trimmed the Stallions’ lead to just 13. Ham then put the game out of reach for good going over from 1 yard out at 13:12 of the 3rd quarter. Huerta opened up the 4th quarter scoring with a pair of FGs (51 and 28 yards). Clark then rounded out the Baltimore scoring snagging a 5 yard Ham pass for his second major of the day at 14:35. San Antonio scored on the final play of the game as Kralik hauled in a 27 yard pass from Archer for the major. The Anderson convert made the final 50-24 for the Stallions.

Source: Game Review, 1995 CFL Weekly Statistical Package

1994 and 1995 Baltimore and San Antonio Matchups
1994Week 10SAC 30 @ BAL 29
Week 18BAL 0 @ SAC 18
1995Week 2SA 24 @ BAL 50
Week 3BAL 28 @ SA 23
Division FinalSA 11 @ BAL 21

Stallions record vs Texans (Regular Season)

Last decade (1985 to 1994)
  • at Baltimore 1–1–0 (0.500)
  • at San Antonio 1–1–0 (0.500)
  • Baltimore Total 2–2–0 (0.500)
All-time (through 1995)
  • at Baltimore 1–1–0 (0.500)
  • at San Antonio 1–1–0 (0.500)
  • Baltimore Total 2–2–0 (0.500)

Streaks as of July 8, 1995 (Regular Season)

Stallions streak at home vs Texans
  • 1L — Sept. 10, 1994
Stallions streak overall vs Texans
  • 2L — Sept. 10, 1994 to Nov. 5, 1994

Boxscore

Linescore
1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final
Texans 3 7 7 7 24
Stallions 3 24 10 13 50

Texans coach: Kay Stephenson (L)
Stallions coach: Don Matthews (W)

Texans (1-1-0) Next vs Stallions Jul 16
Stallions (1-1-0) Next @ Texans Jul 16

Game Time Weather in Baltimore, MD

July 8th Hourly Weather Summary for Baltimore
Site Local Time Condition Temp. Wind Humidity Pressure
7:00 PM Breezy and Partly Cloudy 24.7°C NNE (310°) at 31 km/h 47% 101.35 kPa
8:00 PM Partly Cloudy 22.9°C NNE (320°) at 26 km/h 50% 101.41 kPa
9:00 PM Partly Cloudy 21.4°C NNE (320°) at 15 km/h 60% 101.45 kPa
10:00 PM Clear 20.5°C NNE (310°) at 12 km/h 56% 101.49 kPa
11:00 PM Partly Cloudy 20.3°C NNE (330°) at 13 km/h 61% 101.52 kPa

Data from Dark Sky. Estimated conditions.

League Records Set and Approached in SA @ BAL
Including known plays over 55 yards

CategoryCurrent
Rank
Original
Rank
ValuePersonRecord Held Span OR

Sources

  • CFL (Game score/boxscore)

Contributors

  • Steve Daniel/CFL

Notices

  • Data is verified (Data Complete)