Messam named Most Valuable Canadian in Grey Cup

Messam named Most Valuable Canadian in Grey Cup

The Calgary Stampeders and Toronto Argonauts played on a snow-covered field at TD Place Stadium on Sunday night in the Canadian Football League title game.

Messam ran for 62 yards on 13 carries and scored two touchdowns, one through the air and one on the ground, becoming the first Canadian since Russ Jackson in 1969 to earn Grey Cup Most Valuable Player.

This was another last-minute choke by the Stampeders, who are consistently the CFL's best regular-season team but lost the last two Grey Cups in heart-wrenching fashion.

Trudeau, who brought his family to this year's game, was nostalgic after watching a video clip of himself, his brothers and father discussing the Grey Cup as kids, calling the championship a "huge part of Canada's heritage".

It took an uncanny break to do it. Despite the conditions, Jorden's fumble was the first turnover of the game.

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"I just saw (Posey) down the field and threw it, and when I threw it I felt like I threw a good ball", Ray said. "What a great game by that guy, and what a great play in the game for us to get something going and show them that we could score big on them".

"Man, I don't know why plays happen like that sometimes, but our defence made a play, like they've done all year, and that got us right back in the game".

"I got a lot of high fives after the game", a smiling Webb said. Several dozen stadium employees raced with shovels to uncover the lines, while snow plows attempted to clear the end zones.

"We've been taking some shots all year when we've been backed up, and we've been pretty successful with it", Ray said. That was a team victory.