November 29, 2012 | Vol. 116 -- No. 32

Former Eagle Mitchell performs well on Canada’s ‘Super Bowl’ stage

Tosses his team’s lone TD, plays part in 20 Calgary points in 35-22 Grey Cup loss at Toronto

This time in his appearance on the national football stage, Bo Levi Mitchell was unable to work the kind of miracles he did two years ago helping lead Eastern Washington to the Division I national championship.

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Calgary Stampeders
Like others, former Eastern Eagle Bo Levi Mitchell is paying his dues and making strides in the Canadian Football League.

But given only the final two minutes to do what he could to make Canada’s 100th Grey Cup championship more of a game – and not the runaway the Toronto Argonauts crafted in their eventual 35-22 victory last Sunday – Mitchell did deliver as he tossed the lone Calgary Stampeders’ touchdown.

It was Mitchell who Stamps’ coach John Hufnagel called on in the final too-little, too...

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