The Calgary Stampeders mopped up going 5-for-5 at the CFL Awards, winning all categories they were nominated in.
Star QB Bo Levi Mitchell was named the league’s Most Outstanding Player.
He was named the MOP unanimously, receiving all 73 votes. Jon Cornish won in 2013.
Head Coach Dave Dickenson won the Coach of the Year award in his rookie season as the sideline boss. His selection was almost unanimous receiving 72 of 73 first place votes. John Hufnagel won last for Calgary in 2014.
Calgary RB Jerome Messam won the Canadian of the Year Award with 63 of 73 votes. Jon Cornish in 2014 took home the award.
DaVaris Daniels received 58 of 73 votes winning the Rookie of the Year award. He’s the first rookie Stampeder to win since Brett Jones in 2013.
Derek Dennis won Offensive Lineman of the Year award, a key member throughout the year on a line that was banged up all season. He captured 59 of 73 votes.
Justin Medlock of the Blue Bombers won the Outstanding Special Teams award, while the Outstanding Defensive Player honour was given to BC’s Soloman Elimimian.
Calgarian and Lion, Marco Iannuzzi won the Tom Pate Memorial Award for work in the community.
Kickoff to Grey Cup 104 is at 4 o’clock on Sunday. The pre-game show on News Talk 770 starts at 2 p.m.