Add another classic to the history books for the Grey Cup.
Cassius Vaughn sprinting down the field for a 110-yard fumble return touchdown will go down as one of those plays in Grey Cup history.
That touchdown had an entire country looking and wondering what was going to happen next. The Stampeders had the Argonauts on the ropes. If felt like the knockout blow was coming when a slippery ball in a snowy game allowed Toronto to breathe life into their Grey Cup hopes.
The Stamps were left to think of all those times they’ve been close and never came out on top.
Then Ricky Ray does what Ricky Ray needs to do, scrambles out of pressure to tie the game. When Ray gets the ball back with two and a half minutes left, he again, drives within range of the game-winning field goal.
It wasn’t perfect, there was enough time for the Stamps to win and a guy who was cut early in the season, then re-signed, Matt Black clinches it with an interception on a poorly thrown ball by Bo Levi Mitchell.
Did the Stampeders choke? Sure, you can say that if you want, but the Toronto Argonauts proved yet again, no lead is safe.