QB Kevin Glenn gets job done for Calgary Stampeders in Montreal

Kevin Glenn had a strong game for the Calgary Stampeders in Montreal on Friday night. Photo by Ben...

Kevin Glenn had a strong game for the Calgary Stampeders in Montreal on Friday night. Photo by Ben Pelosse/QMI Agency

SCOTT FISHER, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 9:25 PM ET

 MONTREAL — Kevin Glenn once put a 500-yard lickin’ on the Alouettes.

In Montreal.

Sure, it was back in 2009 as a member of the Hamilton Tiger-Cats.

Friday’s pedestrian 22-14 CFL victory at Percival Molson Stadium wasn’t as eye-popping statistically.

But they were both worth the same amount — two points.

Glenn, making his first start in place of the injured Drew Tate, did exactly what was expected of him.

Take care of the ball. Check.

Move the chains. Check.

Give his team a chance to win. Check and mate.

“It was one where I thought we could have played a little bit better offensively,” Glenn said. “We were put through some stuff with some guys getting injured.

“And a guy like (receiver) Brad Sinopoli didn’t know he was going to play until two days ago. He went out and made some big catches.

“We had some mishaps here and there, but we stayed together as a team and pulled the victory out.”


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