Wide receiver Jeff Fuller, who was acquired by the Stampeders on September 14, caught a game high six passes for 113 yards, but surprisingly not all from starting quarterback Kevin Glenn.
In a bizarre situation, Stampeders head coach John Hufnagel made a second half quarterbacking change by giving Drew Tate the reigns even though the Stampeders were only down 15-10 at the time.
Glenn went 11 for 17 with an 11 yard touchdown pass to Anthony Parker. However he did throw an interception to linebacker Diamond Ferri, which Hufnagel must not have been too pleased about.
However Tate was very effective in the second half. He threw a 63 yard pass to Marquay McDaniel, which set up his own one yard touchdown run, and a 37 yard pass to the newcomer Fuller, who played with the Miami Dolphins.
Stampeders running back Jon Cornish was once again steady. He rushed for 109 yards and a touchdown.
With the win, the Stampeders improved to 14-3 and will host the Western Final either against the Brirtish Columbia Lions or Saskatchewan Roughriders on September 17 at McMahon Stadium. They will close out the regular season with a game in Vancouver against the Lions on Friday night.