Stampeders' Harrison gettin' call from the 'bullpen'

Calgary Stampeders Edwin Harrison during per-season CFL football in Calgary, Alta. on June 14,...

Calgary Stampeders Edwin Harrison during per-season CFL football in Calgary, Alta. on June 14, 2014. (Al Charest/Calgary Sun/QMI Agency)

SCOTT MITCHELL, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 9:14 PM ET

CALGARY - When you control the clock for more than 35 minutes and churn out 205 yards on the ground, you'd think it's time to kick your feet up and enjoy the spoils.

The Calgary Stampeders (8-1), however, know now isn't the time for resting on laurels.

Heading into Saturday's Labour Day Rematch against the Edmonton Eskimos (7-2) at Commonwealth Stadium (5 p.m., TSN, News Talk 770) some 120 hours after Jon Cornish and the road graders up front put an exclamation point on the Battle of Alberta with their most impressive rushing performance to date, the Stamps know nothing will be handed to them in the trenches.


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