Stampeders bank on previous success as they face Als

Arland Bruce of the Alouettes catches the ball in front of Keon Raymond of the Stampeders during...

Arland Bruce of the Alouettes catches the ball in front of Keon Raymond of the Stampeders during CFL action at Percival Molson Stadium on July 13, 2013 in Montreal. (Richard Wolowicz/Getty Images/AFP)

SCOTT FISHER, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 8:41 PM ET

CALGARY - It’s tough enough putting together a gameplan.

It’s even more difficult putting together a scheme to beat the same opponent in back-to-back weeks.

That’s what the Calgary Stampeders coaching staff is tasked with this week.

GM/head coach John Hufnagel and Co. put a script together that was good enough to produce a 22-14 victory in Montreal.

Now it’s a matter of keeping what worked, tossing what didn’t and adding a few new looks to keep the Alouettes on their toes when the two teams meet again Saturday at McMahon Stadium (5 p.m., TSN/NEWS TALK 770).

Quarterback Kevin Glenn, who will likely start once again while Drew Tate recovers from a forearm strain, said making small adjustments will be key.

“It’s tough when you play a team back-to-back like that because there’s not a lot that you can do and you have to build off of what you did,” Glenn said. “So it’s going to be one of those games where you really have to pay attention to detail.


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