Toronto fans are loving it. Crowd roars as Mounties shown on big screen doing slow walk with the Grey Cup. A few moments later, Andre Durie scores another touchdown for Argos. Toronto up 34-14 with 5:01 left to play.
Mounties take Grey Cup to field level, place it on small table near sideline.
Bo Levi Mitchell in at quarterback for Calgary late in fourth quarter. Just caught his own pass. He threw ball, it was swatted by a lineman but popped up in air. Mitchell caught it and ran a few yards before sliding down.
Rogers Centre crowd can taste it. 47 seconds left. Argos up by 21.
Stampeders finally score a touchdown. Maurice Price with the TD and Calgary adds two-point convert. Stamps still down by 13 points with just 20 seconds left.
100th Grey Cup goes to Toronto! Argonauts defeat Calgary Stampeders 35-22 at Rogers Centre.
Argos quarterback Ricky Ray says winning the Grey Cup ''is what you play for — to be able to be on a team that gets on a run and wins a championship. It just makes you feel so good. It makes you feel like all the hard work and the obstacles that you've overcome just pay off. Everybody on this team, you ask them, somewhere they had to overcome something to get to this point. We're a family, we just came together, stuck together and just played great football."
Argos coach Scott Milanovich says Pacino Horne's 25-yard TD interception return was the turning point in Toronto's win -- "We weren't doing very well offensively and we got that turnover to and took it down and stuffed it. From then on I think our confidence was sky high and we played with the lead the rest of the game."
The Stamps locker-room was a sombre place tonight. "When you get to the championships, you have to play championship-level football. We weren't at their level tonight," said Calgary star Jon Cornish. Added quarterback Kevin Glenn: "It feels that much worse because it was the Grey Cup and there was a ring involved, something you can look back and say, 'We won a Grey Cup, you can never take that away from us,' and that's the tough part."
Another Grey Cup is in the books! Thanks for joining us this week. Next stop for the CFL's showcase event? Regina in 2013.