The Winnipeg Blue Bombers (16-3) set the Canadian Football League’s best record this season and are poised to win their third straight Gray Cup title on Sunday when they face the Toronto Argonauts (12-7 ) at Mosaic Stadium in Regina. , Saskatchewan. Only five teams have won the biggest prize in Canadian football at least three times in a row, most recently by the franchise now known as the Edmonton Elks, which won five in a row from 1978 to 1982. Toronto has won a record 17 Gray Cups, the last in 2017. It will be the first meeting between the Argos and the Bombers for all marbles since Toronto won 13-0 in 1950.
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Date of the game: November 20, 2022
Game time: 6:00 PM ET
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Toronto got off to a fast start, leading Montreal 24-13 at halftime en route to a 34-27 win in the East Division final last week. McLeod Bethel-Thompson threw for two touchdowns and 299 yards in the win.
In Winnipeg last week, the Blue Bombers took the lead on a 44-yard field goal from Marc Liegghio to take a 9-7 lead in the first quarter and beat the BC Lions 28-20. Brady Oliveira rushed for 130 yards on 20 carries, Dakota Prukop scored a rushing touchdown and CFL MVP Zach Collaros was 14 of 20 for 178 yards with a touchdown and an interception for Winnipeg.
The teams have met once this season, with the Blue Bombers claiming a 23-22 win at Toronto in Week 4. Boris Bede missed a shotgun field goal that would have given him the win at the Argos.
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