Stampeders score comeback win over Alouettes

Calgary Stampeders' Tim St. Pierre scores atouchdown against the Montreal Alouettes during...

Calgary Stampeders' Tim St. Pierre scores atouchdown against the Montreal Alouettes during Saturday's CFL football tilt at McMahon Stadium in Calgary. (Al Charest/Calgary Sun)

Scott Mitchell, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 10:27 PM ET

First, it was Drew Tate.

Now, it's Kevin Glenn.

Unfortunately, Calgary Stampeders' injury woes under centre continued during Saturday's 38-27 win over the Montreal Alouettes at McMahon Stadium.

Midway through the third quarter, with the Stamps trailing 24-22, Glenn stood in the pocket and took a wallop from Als defensive end Aaron Lavarias, hitting Marquay McDaniel downfield for 45 yards.

But Glenn immediately waved to the sideline and took a knee near the Stamps 30-yard line, with the training staff checking out the veteran quarterback's right arm.

Bo Levi Mitchell came into the game and promptly found Jon Cornish for an 11-yard touchdown and the Stamps first lead of the game at 28-24 after failed to convert a two-point attempt.

Glenn was seen pacing the sideline, as Mitchell finished out the game, completing 7-of-13 balls for 49 yards and two touchdowns.


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