Birmingham Barracudas 42 @ San Antonio Texans 48

Game Details

  • Week 18
  • 117th Game of Regular Season (130th Overall)
  • Sunday, Oct 29, 1995 9:30 PM EST ( )
  • (Local)
  • at Alamodome in San Antonio, TX
    • Surface: Fixed Artificial Turf (AstroTurf-like)
    • Attendance: 19,025
    • Capacity: 59,000

Game Notes

Game Summary

Birmingham and San Antonio had already secured playoff berths heading into this game. The winner of the game would win the right to host the first game of the playoffs. Defences forgot to show up as the teams amassed a total of 90 points over the night. Roman Anderson opened the scoring for San Antonio. His 47 yard field goal came on the Texans first possession. Luis Zendejas tied the game with an 8 yard field goal minutes later. San Antonio scored next as David Archer carried the ball in from the 1-yard line. Anderson kicked the convert. Kelvin Simmons took advantage of Matt Dunigan being out with an injury by carrying the ball in from the 1-yard line for the major. San Antonio scored next on a 34 yard field goal by Anderson who also missed an attempt later in the quarter but did score a single. The Texans other scoring came on a 27 yard TD pass reception from Archer to Mark Stock. Anderson kicked the convert. Birmingham put a TD on the board in the second quarter as well. Simmons carried the ball in for the second time and Zendejas followed with the convert. San Antonio scored the only points of the third quarter. Newly acquired Heath Sherman took the ball in from the 3-yard line. Anderson kicked the convert and also sent a 39 yard field goal through giving San Antonio a 31 to 17 lead. Birmingham scored 25 points in the fourth quarter but it was not enough as San Antonio scored 17 more themselves. The Birmingham touchdowns came from Grant on a 36 yard pass from Simmons, Simmons on a 1 yard rush, and Britton on a 13 yard pass from Simmons. They also scored on a 34 yard field goal and two converts by Zendejas. Grant also scored a two-point convert. San Antonio touchdowns were scored by Marcus Gates who had a 93 yard kickoff return, and Hess who took a pass from Archer 2 yards into the end zone. Anderson converted both TDs and kicked a 20 yard field goal. The win means the ’Cudas will be traveling to San Antonio next week for the rematch to decide who will play in the South Division final.

Source: Game Review, 1995 CFL Weekly Statistical Package

1994 and 1995 San Antonio and Birmingham Matchups
1995Week 15SA 28 @ BRM 38
Week 18BRM 42 @ SA 48
Division Semi-FinalBRM 9 @ SA 52

Texans record vs Barracudas (Regular Season)

Last decade (1985 to 1994)
  • at San Antonio 1–0–0 (1.000)
  • at Birmingham 0–1–0 (0.000)
  • San Antonio Total 1–1–0 (0.500)
All-time (through 1995)
  • at San Antonio 1–0–0 (1.000)
  • at Birmingham 0–1–0 (0.000)
  • San Antonio Total 1–1–0 (0.500)

Streaks as of Oct. 29, 1995 (Regular Season)

Texans streak at home vs Barracudas
Texans streak overall vs Barracudas
  • 1L — Oct. 8, 1995


1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final
Barracudas 10 7 0 25 42
Texans 14 17 10 7 48

Barracudas coach: Pepper Rodgers (L)
Texans coach: Kay Stephenson (W)

Barracudas (10-8-0) Next @ Texans Nov 05
Texans (12-6-0) Next vs Barracudas Nov 05

Game Time Weather in San Antonio, TX

October 29th Hourly Weather Summary for San Antonio
Site Local Time Condition Temp. Wind Humidity Pressure
8:00 PM Overcast 16.0°C N (70°) at 22 km/h 91% 101.82 kPa
9:00 PM Overcast 15.8°C N (70°) at 20 km/h 91% 101.88 kPa
10:00 PM Overcast 15.6°C N (50°) at 16 km/h 93% 101.89 kPa
11:00 PM Overcast 15.5°C N (50°) at 14 km/h 93% 101.81 kPa

Data from Dark Sky. Estimated conditions.

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

ValuePersonRecord Held Span OR


  • CFL (Game score/boxscore)


  • Steve Daniel/CFL


  • Data is verified (Data Complete)