Sports Argos return to Toronto hoisting Grey Cup

20:21  27 november  2017
20:21  27 november  2017 Source:   msn.com

Fajardo's TD earns Toronto Grey Cup berth

  Fajardo's TD earns Toronto Grey Cup berth TORONTO - Cody Fajardo's one-yard TD run with 23 seconds remaining rallied the Toronto Argonauts to a wild 25-21 East Division final win over the Saskatchewan Roughriders on Sunday afternoon. Toronto returns to the Grey Cup for the first time since winning the historic 100th championship game in 2012 at Rogers Centre. The Argos will face either the Calgary Stampeders or Edmonton Eskimos on Sunday at Ottawa's TD Place. Fajardo's touchdown came after Toronto returns to the Grey Cup for the first time since winning the historic 100th championship game in 2012 at Rogers Centre. The Argos will face either the Calgary Stampeders or Edmonton Eskimos on Sunday at Ottawa's TD Place.

Argonauts Grey Cup rally set for Tuesday afternoon.

The Toronto Argos proved to be gracious champions Tuesday. On the one hand, they rolled into Nathan Phillips Square at city hall, hoisting The fans interrupted Ray with chants of “one more year,” in a bid to coax the 38-year-old winner of a record four Grey Cups to return to Toronto next season.

TORONTO - After a celebration that lasted into the wee hours, a tired group of Toronto Argonauts arrived home Monday morning with the Grey Cup in tow.

Star quarterback Ricky Ray emerged from the team's charter plane hoisting the coveted trophy.

"The guys are pretty tired, not very much sleep last night," Ray said after the one-hour flight from Ottawa. "We had a good after-party at the hotel with everybody, family and fans and stuff.

"It was pretty calm on the flight home."

Ray led the Argonauts to a 27-24 comeback victory over the Calgary Stampeders on a snowy Sunday night at TD Place Stadium. Lirim Hajrullahu's 32-yard field goal with 53 seconds remaining was the difference.

Marc Trestman guides Argos through Grey Cup giddiness

  Marc Trestman guides Argos through Grey Cup giddiness Leave it to Marc Trestman to plan for the next big thing just a little bit early.The Toronto Argonauts head coach is notoriously meticulous and so knowing the Grey Cup can wreak havoc with the regimented existence of a football team, he and his staff briefed the players last week on what to expect if and when they won last Sunday’s East final.They did, prevailing 25-21 in thrilling fashion against the Saskatchewan Roughriders, and so they’ll compete in next Sunday’s championship game against the Calgary Stampeders in Ottawa.

Argos to host Nathan Phillips Square rally to celebrate snowy Grey Cup win. Toronto fans will get a chance this week to congratulate the Argonauts for their wild Grey Cup win against the Calgary Stampeders. The touchdown stands as the longest fumble return in Grey Cup history.

Joe Barnes is mobbed by autograph seekers in Toronto at the Argos 1983 Grey Cup parade through the streets of downtown T . O . ( TORONTO STAR / FILE PHOTO). Argos head coach Bob O'Billovich hoists the Grey Gup during a parade on Bay St. on Nov.

It was Ray's fourth CFL title as a starting quarterback, the most in league history.

"It was just a great finish to a great year with these guys," Ray said. "Everybody put in so much work. I'm just happy for everybody on the team."

It was Toronto's 17th Grey Cup victory, a CFL record. DeVier Posey was named MVP after recording seven catches for 175 yards, including a record-breaking 100-yard, first-half touchdown.

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"We're still in party mode, everything is still sinking in," Posey said.

The team will celebrate the win with a city hall rally Tuesday afternoon.

"We walked off that field, we played a game that the people that were closest to us could be proud of," said head coach Marc Trestman. "We think we've done that and we're excited to engage the city."

Ray's focus on Grey Cup, not football future

  Ray's focus on Grey Cup, not football future Ricky Ray's laid-back personality has helped him deal with Grey Cup week's hot-button topic: His football future. OTTAWA - Ricky Ray's laid-back personality has helped him deal with Grey Cup week's hot-butt The 15-year veteran quarterback leads the Toronto Argonauts into the CFL title game Sunday against Calgary. Many have drawn parallels this week between Ray's situation and that of Henry Burris, who retired shortly after leading the Ottawa Redblacks to their 39-33 overtime win over the heavily favoured Stampeders in last year's Grey Cup.

The trip to the nation’s capital will mark the Argos ’ 23rd appearance in the Grey Cup , of which they have hoisted the trophy 16 times. Rotation a key for Blue Jays’ return to respectability. Toronto Maple Leafs.

Toronto Argonauts quarterback Ricky Ray steps off a plane holding the Grey Cup as the team returns to Toronto on Monday. Argos stun Stamps with fourth-quarter comeback to win Grey Cup . He hoisted the trophy high in the air after walking down the steps to the tarmac.

The Argonauts locked up the first seed in the weak East Division with a 9-9 record. Toronto had a first-round bye and beat the Saskatchewan Roughriders 25-21 in the East Final at BMO Field.

It was Toronto's first CFL championship since winning the 2012 title with a 35-22 win over Calgary at Rogers Centre.

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Argo fans celebrate Grey Cup heroes .
A rally for the 105th Grey Cup champion Argonauts is set for today in front of Toronto City Hall.Fans are encouraged to arrive at Nathan Phillips Square at least 15 minutes before the noon rally so they can greet the Argos when they arrive with the Grey Cup.The Argonauts completed a remarkable worst-to-first turnaround with a 27-24 comeback victory over the Calgary Stampeders in Ottawa on Sunday night, capturing the franchise’s CFL-leading 17th Grey Cup championship.After a celebration that lasted into the wee hours in the nation’s capital, a group of bleary-eyed Argonauts arrived home Monday morning with the championship trophy in tow.

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