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Sports world reacts to Toronto Argonauts' Grey Cup win

27 Noviembre 2017

"Welcome to Canada", said Argos fan Darel Mack, adding that he didn't believe the snow hurt either team. We were the better team.

Pat Woodcock of the Montreal Alouettes caught a 99-yard touchdown pass from Anthony Calvillo at the 90th Grey Cup in 2002, breaking a mark that stood at 90 yards for the previous 41 years.

Sprinting past Calgary Stampeders defensive back Tommie Campbell on his go route early in the second quarter Sunday at TD Place Stadium, the Ohio State product hauled in the deep ball from Ricky Ray and completed the 100-yard run to claim the longest touchdown in the 105-year history of the Grey Cup.

Posey came to the Argos after a career south of the border, where he was drafted as a receiver and a returner by the Houston Texans in the third round of the 2012 NFL Draft. But our execution was the difference.

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

After a 4-7 start to the season, the team largely rebuilt under new general manager Jim Popp and new coach Marc Trestman finished 9-9 to take first place in the weak East Division, then pulled out a close win over Saskatchewan in the division final. "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".

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

At the end of the day, the trash talk all falls to the side and CFL fans come together to celebrate, no matter who wins, said Jade Vallek, a Roughriders fan from just outside Saskatoon. And this one did. "If you don't like the team as much, you cheer for players you like", she said.

Sports world reacts to Toronto Argonauts' Grey Cup win