_News Talk 770
Not what the Calgary Stampeders had in mind when they shipped off to Toronto for their first road game of the 2012 season. They fell 39-36 to the Argos, the ninth loss in their last eleven visits to the Rogers Centre. But to make matters worse, the club lost quarterback Drew Tate to an arm injury during their second offensive series. Nik Lewis had a pair of touchdowns while Rob Cote also had an offensive score. Eric Fraser also hit pay-dirt on an interception return, while the other big story of the game was returner Larry Taylor, who had more than 400 all-purpose yards including a highlight reel, 128-yard touchdown off of a missed field goal. The Stamps are back in action on Thursday in Montreal.