According to Vicki Hall of the Calgary Herald on Sunday, Calgary Stampeders general manager and head coach John Hufnagel reduced any speculation of a Stampeders quarterback controversy by announcing that Kevin Glenn will remain the starting quarterback for the Stampeders for the remainder of the season.
In Friday night's game which saw the Stampeders defeat the Saskatchewan Roughriders 29-25 at McMahon Stadium, Drew Tate replaced Glenn for the second half of the contest when the Stampeders were trailing 15-10.
At the time of the quarterbacking switch, it seemed a little odd because Glenn was playing very respectable according to Glen Suitor of TSN. Before the switch, Glenn did throw an interception, but also marched the Stampeders down field for a major score that finished with an 11 yard touchdown pass to Anthony Parker.
Saturday's game was also very important because first place was on the line. With the Stampeders' victory, they clinched first place in the Western Division and will host the Western Final on November 17.
Hufnagel also stated that Tate, Glenn and Bo Levi Mitchell will all see action Friday night when the Stampeders close out their regular season against the British Columbia Lions in Vancouver.