Stampeders clinch home playoff date with win over Eskimos

The Edmonton Eskimos' Jamal Miles is hauled down by two Calgary Stampeders during Friday night's...

The Edmonton Eskimos' Jamal Miles is hauled down by two Calgary Stampeders during Friday night's CFL game in Edmonton. (IAN KUCERAK/QMI Agency)

SCOTT FISHER, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 12:44 AM ET

EDMONTON - The Calgary Stampeders will play a home playoff game.

They just can’t print the date of the game just yet.

It was far from awe-inspiring but the Stamps did enough to get past their provincial rivals Friday night in Edmonton.

Stamps rookie receiver Jeff Fuller hauled in four balls for 75 yards in his CFL debut and slotback Marquay McDaniel had another solid night with 77 yards and a touchdown as the visitors rolled to a 27-13 victory at Commonwealth Stadium.

Running back Jon Cornish eclipsed the century mark for the fourth straight game as the Stamps improved to 13-3 on the season.

The Red & White locked up a home playoff game with the victory.

If the B.C. Lions beat the Saskatchewan Roughriders Saturday, the Stamps will clinch first place in the West Division and enjoy a first-round bye.

The Stamps host the Roughriders next Saturday (7 p.m., TSN/News Talk 770).


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