Doug Flutie continues to lead the Stampeders to decisive victories recording outstanding passing and running numbers. In Friday’s match up against his brother Darren’s Lions, Doug completed 30 passes for 431 yards and 3 touchdowns. After Calgary kicker Mark McLoughlin scored a single on a 55 yard punt, Flutie threw the first of his touchdown passes to his favourite receiver — Allen Pitts. McLoughlin kicked the first of 5 converts for the evening, making good after all of Calgary’s touchdowns. Later in the quarter Flutie hooked up with UBC slotback Vince Danielsen for a six yard touchdown pass. Calgary opened the second quarter scoring with McLoughlin hitting two field goals from 33 and 30 yards. B.C. mounted a huge comeback finding the end zone three times and scoring two singles to take the lead into the locker room at half time. The touchdowns were scored on passes from Lion pivot Danny McManus to Cory Philpot covering 2 yards, Mike Trevathan over 14 yards, and Trevathan again — this time for 4 yards. The singles were scored by Giulio Caravatta as he booted 65 and 80 yard kickoffs. Calgay’s defence shutdown the Lions in the second half allowing the offence to walk away with the game. Running back Tony Stewart scored from the 1-yard line early in the second half. B.C. kicker Lui Passaglia recorded the teams only points of the second half sending a 44 yard kick into the end zone for a single. Pitts caught his second TD pass of the game covering 7 yards. Mark McLoughlin hit his third field goal of the game from 30 yards to give the Stamps a 38 to 24 lead. Calgary punter Anthony Martino got on the score sheet with a 53 yard punt into the end zone for a single. Calgary defensive back Marvin Coleman notched their final touchdown of the game returning an interception 45 yards for the major. With the win, Calgary has maintained their perfect record after the first four weeks of the season.