Stampeders' winning drive career-defining for Mitchell?

Stamps QB Bo Levi Mitchell finished the game in style Friday night at McMahon Stadium. Photo by Al...

Stamps QB Bo Levi Mitchell finished the game in style Friday night at McMahon Stadium. Photo by Al Charest/Calgary Sun.

SCOTT MITCHELL, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 7:57 PM ET

It's the kind of drive that defines careers when all is said and done.

The game-winning drive is a dream in the sandlot, high school, college and the pros.

And Bo Levi Mitchell was able to put one together for the Calgary Stampeders on Friday in leading his team to a fourth-quarter come-from-behind 26-22 win over the visiting Hamilton Tiger-Cats.

"That's my favourite part of the game," Mitchell said. "If you look back on my career, that's something I've always prided myself on is being able to come out in the clutch."

It started at their own 25-yard line in the north end of McMahon Stadium after Luca Congi hit the upright on a field-goal that would have put the Ticats up by six points with 3:23 to play in the game.

Mitchell looked for newcomer Kenny Stafford on first down. Incomplete.

On second down, Mitchell found Anthony Parker for a first down that wound the clock to the three-minute warning.


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