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83rd Grey Cup

83rd Grey Cup
Baltimore Stallions Calgary Stampeders
(15–3) (15–3)
37 20
Head coach: 
Head coach: 
1 2 3 4 Total
Baltimore Stallions 7 16 8 6 37
Calgary Stampeders 6 7 7 0 20
Date November 19, 1995
Stadium Taylor Field
Location Regina
Most Valuable Player Tracy Ham (BAL)
Most Valuable Canadian Dave Sapunjis (CGY)
Halftime show Jack Semple
Attendance 52,064
Network CBC, RDS
Announcers (CBC) Steve Armitage, Don Wittman, Dan Kepley, Brian Williams, Chris Cuthbert, Glen Suitor
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The 83rd Grey Cup aka The Wind Bowl was the 1995 Canadian Football League championship game played between the Baltimore Stallions and the Calgary Stampeders at Taylor Field in Regina, Saskatchewan. The Stallions won the game by a score of 37-20. It marked the only time that an American-based team won the Grey Cup.

Game summary

Baltimore Stallions (37) - TDs, Chris Wright, Alvin Walton, Tracy Ham; FGs, Carlos Huerta (5); cons., Huerta (3); singles, Josh Miller (1).

Calgary Stampeders (20) - TDs, Marvin Pope, Doug Flutie; FGs, Mark McLoughlin (2); cons., McLoughlin (2).

First Quarter
BAL - TD Wright 82-yard punt return (Huerta convert) 2:12
CAL - FG McLoughlin 35-yard field goal 7:19
CAL - FG McLoughlin 32-yard field goal 14:21
Second Quarter
CAL - TD Pope 2-yard pass from Flutie (McLoughlin convert) 0:39
BAL - FG Huerta 30-yard field goal 2:51
BAL - TD Walton 4-yard fumble return (Huerta convert) 7:13
BAL - FG Huerta 45-yard field goal 9:49
BAL - FG Huerta 53-yard field goal 13:30
Third Quarter
BAL - Single Miller 80-yard kickoff 1:06
CAL - TD Flutie 1-yard run (McLoughlin convert) 7:21
BAL - TD Ham 13-yard run (Huerta convert) 12:37
Fourth Quarter
BAL - FG Huerta 41-yard field goal 7:29
BAL - FG Huerta 18-yard field goal 13:40

The winds at Taylor Field were particularly strong and gusted up to 85 km/h during the game.

The Stallions opened the game with a Grey Cup record 82-yard punt return by Chris Wright just 2:20 into the game. Calgary responded scoring the next 13 points, including a rare touchdown for Marvin Pope on a three-yard pass from Doug Flutie early in the second quarter giving the Stampeders a 13-7 lead.

Baltimore responded with four consecutive scores including three Carlos Huerta field goals against the wind, the longest from a Grey Cup record 53 yards. O. J. Brigance blocked a Tony Martino punt with just under eight minutes to go in the half which was scooped up by Alvin Walton at the five. He dove over for Baltimore's lone touchdown of the half. In the third quarter after a Baltimore single, Flutie scored a touchdown on a one-yard plunge but it was the last scoring for Calgary. Stallions quarterback Tracy Ham responded with a touchdown of his own and Huerta kicked two field goals to round out Baltimore's scoring.


Tracy Ham was named the game's most valuable player. Ham threw for 213 yard and rushed for a touchdown. Stamps slotback Dave Sapunjis was the game's outstanding Canadian hauling in eight passes for 113 yards.

Stallions linebacker O.J. Brigance would later win Super Bowl XXXV on January 28, 2001 as a member of the National Football League's Baltimore Ravens, becoming the only football player in history to ever win a Grey Cup and a Super Bowl with teams based out of exactly the same city.

This was the first Grey Cup to be played in the province of Saskatchewan.

Shortly after the season, the Montreal Alouettes franchise. As a result, the Stallions are officially one of two Grey Cup champions in the modern era to fold.

1995 CFL Playoffs

North Division

South Division

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