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1960 Edmonton Eskimos season
Head Coach Eagle Keys
Home Field Clarke Stadium
Results
Record 10–6–0
Place 2nd, WIFU
Playoff Finish Lost 48th Grey Cup
Timeline
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1959 1961

The 1960 Edmonton Eskimos finished in 2nd place in the WIFU Division with a 10–6–0 record. They defeated the Calgary Stampeders in the Western Semi-Finals and the Winnipeg Blue Bombers in the Western Finals, and were defeated in the Grey Cup by the Ottawa Rough Riders.

Pre-seasonEdit

ScheduleEdit

Week Date Visitor Score Home Result Attendance
A Fri, July 15 Montreal Alouettes 0–38 Edmonton Eskimos Win 9,000
B Wed, July 20 Edmonton Eskimos 4–17 Calgary Stampeders Loss N/A
D Mon, Aug 8 Edmonton Eskimos 14–28 Montreal Alouettes Loss 19,570
E Wed, Aug 10 Edmonton Eskimos 29–24 Ottawa Rough Riders Loss 8,350

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Regular seasonEdit

Season standingsEdit

CFL West Division
Team GP W L T PF PA Pts
Winnipeg Blue Bombers 16 14 2 0 453 239 28 Details
Edmonton Eskimos 16 10 6 0 318 225 20 Details
Calgary Stampeders 16 6 8 2 374 404 14 Details
BC Lions 16 5 9 2 296 356 12 Details
Saskatchewan Roughriders 16 2 12 2 205 422 6 Details

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Week Date Visitor Score Home Result Attendance Record Pts
1 Mon, Aug 15 BC Lions 14–33 Edmonton Eskimos Win 17,500 1–0–0 2
2 Mon, Aug 22 Saskatchewan Roughriders 1–19 Edmonton Eskimos Win 17,000 2–0–0 4
3 Thurs, Aug 25 Edmonton Eskimos 14–18 Winnipeg Blue Bombers Loss 17,287 2–1–0 4
4 Mon, Aug 29 Edmonton Eskimos 26–0 BC Lions Win 28,420 3–1–0 6
5 Sat, Sept 3 Winnipeg Blue Bombers 15–14 Edmonton Eskimos Loss 19,535 3–2–0 6
5 Mon, Sept 5 Edmonton Eskimos 29–28 Calgary Stampeders Win N/A 4–2–0 8
6 Sat, Sept 10 Calgary Stampeders 10–41 Edmonton Eskimos Win 17,993 5–2–0 10
7 Fri, Sept 16 Edmonton Eskimos 29–6 Saskatchewan Roughriders Win 10,000 6–2–0 12
7 Mon, Sept 19 BC Lions 10–18 Edmonton Eskimos Win N/A 7–2–0 14
8 Mon, Sept 26 Edmonton Eskimos 15–2 Winnipeg Blue Bombers Win 20,932 8–2–0 16
9 Fri, Sept 30 Saskatchewan Roughriders 2–9 Edmonton Eskimos Win 14,997 9–2–0 18
10 Thurs, Oct 6 Edmonton Eskimos 13–21 BC Lions Loss 21,707 9–3–0 18
10 Sat, Oct 8 Calgary Stampeders 31–11 Edmonton Eskimos Loss 15,500 9–4–0 18
11 Sat, Oct 15 Edmonton Eskimos 17–35 Calgary Stampeders Loss 17,000 9–5–0 18
11 Mon, Oct 17 Winnipeg Blue Bombers 21–17 Edmonton Eskimos Loss 15,000 9–6–0 18
12 Sat, Oct 22 Edmonton Eskimos 13–11 Saskatchewan Roughriders Win 6,608 10–6–0 20

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Roster Edit

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Quarterbacks

Running Backs

Wide Receivers

Offensive Linemen
  • 41 Don Stephenson C
  • 43 Don Barry C
  • 51 Ted Tully G
  • 53 Al Ecuyer G
  • 55 Gino Fracas G
  • 56 Michael Kmech G
  • 62 Roy Stevenson G
  • 65 Toby Deese T
  • 66 Roger Nelson T
  • 67 Jack Lamb T

Defensive Linemen

  • 52 Ed Gray DT
  • 61 Nat Dye DT
  • 64 Mike Volcan DT
  • 70 Bill Smith DE
Defensive Backs

Others

  • 22/42 Dick Craddock
  • 28 Mike Lashuk
  • 50 Art Walker
  • 60 Don Duncalfe
  • 71 P.J. Blake
  • 81 Thomas Emerson
General Manager
  • Keith Rolfe (to September 10)
  • Joe Ryan (from September 10)

Head Coach

Assistant Coaches

  • Dan Edwards
  • Bob Kellogg


Italics indicate Import player

PlayoffsEdit

Week Date Visitor Score Home Result Attendance
West Semi-Final #1 Wed, Nov 2 Calgary Stampeders 7–30 Edmonton Eskimos Win 16,018
West Semi-Final #2 Sat, Nov 5 Edmonton Eskimos 40–21 Calgary Stampeders Win 20,000
West Final #1 Sat, Nov 12 Winnipeg Blue Bombers 22–16 Edmonton Eskimos Loss 17,500
West Final #2 Mon, Nov 14 Edmonton Eskimos 10–5 Winnipeg Blue Bombers Win 16,708
West Final #3 Sat, Nov 19 Edmonton Eskimos 4–2 Winnipeg Blue Bombers Win 20,000
Grey Cup Sat, Nov 26 Ottawa Rough Riders 16–6 Edmonton Eskimos Loss 36,592

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Grey CupEdit

Teams 1 Q 2 Q 3 Q 4 Q Final
Ottawa Rough Riders 3 6 0 7 16
Edmonton Eskimos 0 6 0 0 6
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1960 CFL Schenley Award NomineesEdit

Player Canadian Lineman
Jackie Parker Bill Smith Roger Nelson

ReferencesEdit

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