Saskatchewan Roughriders 25 @ BC Lions 27 OT

Game Details

  • West Division Final
  • 93rd Game of 2004
  • ( )
  • (Local)
  • at BC Place Stadium in Vancouver, BC
    • Surface: Fixed Artificial Turf (AstroTurf-like)
    • Attendance: 55,527
    • Capacity: 59,478
  • Broadcasters:
    • RDS
    • CBC 1.66 million Avg. Viewers

BC and Saskatchewan Matchups

2003 and 2004 Matchups
2003Week 2BC 30 @ SSK 32
Week 12BC 2 @ SSK 28
Week 19SSK 26 @ BC 23
2004Week BSSK 24 @ BC 14
Week 3BC 29 @ SSK 42
Week 20SSK 38 @ BC 40
P2SSK 25 @ BC 27 OT

Lions record vs Roughriders
(Playoffs)

Last decade 1995 to 2004
  • at BC 1–0–0
  • BC Total 1–0–0
All-time (through 2004)
  • at BC 2–1–0
  • at Saskatchewan 2–2–0
  • BC Total 4–3–0

1 – All-time game results for playoffs allow ties, as record is for games, not series.

Streaks as of Nov. 14, 2004
(Regular Season)

Lions streak at home vs Roughriders
Lions streak overall vs Roughriders

Boxscore

Linescore
1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT1 Final
Saskatchewan 7 7 0 10 1 25
BC 7 0 7 10 3 27

Saskatchewan coach: Danny Barrett (L)
BC coach: Wally Buono (W)


Scoring summary, team and individual statistics courtesy of the CFL.

Stadium Conditions at Kickoff

Indoors, 21°C, calm

Kickoff stadium and field conditions courtesy the CFL.

Game Time Weather in Vancouver, BC

November 14th Hourly Weather Summary for Vancouver
Local Time Condition Temp. Wind Humidity Pressure
1:00 PM Rain 10.6°C N (50°) at 11 km/h 0% 101.94 kPa
2:00 PM Rain 10.9°C N (70°) at 12 km/h 0% 101.87 kPa
3:00 PM Rain 10.4°C N (80°) at 14 km/h 0% 101.83 kPa
4:00 PM Overcast 10.5°C N (80°) at 16 km/h 0% 101.82 kPa

Conditions at Vancouver Harbour CS (2.24 km away). Weather courtesy of Environment Canada Data.

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Credits

Sources

  • CFL Facts, Figures and Records, 2005 Edition

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