Preseason Week 2
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Fans in Ottawa were treated to a tightly-contested pre-season opener at TD Place, but it was ultimately the Hamilton Tiger-Cats whose defence held the Ottawa REDBLACKS to just one field goal in the fourth quarter. They take the final in the REDBLACKS first game of the young CFL season – 25-21. But the REDBLACKS struck first in the ball game, forcing the visiting Tiger-Cats to play catch-up. Dominique Davis fired a 65-yard bomb to Caleb Holly on the first play of the REDBLACKS opening drive. ...
Preseason Week 3
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On a hot and humid night in Ottawa, it was the visitors from Winnipeg who caught a hot streak. The Blue Bombers scored early and often, and held off the REDBLACKS with a stingy defence in the second half en route to a 29-14 win in Ottawa. After ending up on the wrong side of the scoreboard, Ottawa fell to 2-1 on the young CFL season. It leaves Winnipeg as the lone undefeated squad in the league. Matt Nichols opened the scoring for the Bombers, feathering a pass through midfield and found ...
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The Montreal Alouettes got all the offence in timely fashion, executing a convincing road win where the Ottawa REDBLACKS only led for 13 seconds. The 29-19 final score brings the REDBLACKS record to 2-2. The two teams would get most of their scores through field goals early in the contest. It was a quick start offensively for the Alouettes, pouncing on an interception to set up an early field goal. Boris Bede would knock down two of them for the Alouettes in the first quarter, putting ...
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A historic performance from rookie return man DeVonte Dedmon led the Ottawa REDBLACKS to a 30-27 overtime win over the Montreal Alouettes on Friday Night Football. Dedmon set a franchise record with 377 return yards and a pair of touchdowns in the win for the REDBLACKS (3-4), while QB Dominique Davis and the offence surged late to claim a key win over Montreal (3-3) at Percival Molson Stadium. The Als raced to a 10-0 lead in the first quarter, translating a pair of Ottawa turnovers into a ...
107th Grey Cup
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