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1993 Sacramento Gold Miners season
Head Coach Kay Stephenson
Home Field Hornet Stadium
Results
Record 6–12–0
Place 5th, West
Playoff Finish did not qualify
Uniform
CFL Jersey SAC 1994
Timeline
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1994

The 1993 Sacramento Gold Miners finished in 5th place in the West Division with a 6–12 record. In 1993, the Canadian Football League admitted its first U.S. franchise, the Sacramento Gold Miners (formerly the Sacramento Surge of the WLAF), in an attempt to broaden Canadian football's popular appeal and boost league revenues.

PreseasonEdit

ScheduleEdit

Week Opponent Final Score Record
A Winnipeg Blue Bombers 21–15 1–0
B BC Lions 29–20 2–0

Regular seasonEdit

Season standingsEdit

West Division
Team GP W L T PF PA Pts
Calgary Stampeders 18 15 3 0 646 418 30
Edmonton Eskimos 18 12 6 0 507 372 24
Saskatchewan Roughriders 18 11 7 0 511 495 22
BC Lions 18 10 8 0 574 583 20
Sacramento Gold Miners 18 6 12 0 498 509 12
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ScheduleEdit

Week Opponent Final Score Record
1 Ottawa Rough Riders 23–32 0–1
2 Hamilton Tiger-Cats 14–30 0–2
3 Calgary Stampeders 36–38 0–3
4 Saskatchewan Roughriders 37–26 1–3
5 Edmonton Eskimos 11–13 1–4
6 Toronto Argonauts 35–37 1–5
7 Hamilton Tiger-Cats 46–10 2–5
8 Winnipeg Blue Bombers 18–30 2–6
9 Saskatchewan Roughriders 23–26 2–7
10 Edmonton Eskimos 12–13 2–8
11 Ottawa Rough Riders 47–15 3–8
12 Saskatchewan Roughriders 20–27 3–9
13 Edmonton Eskimos 13–34 3–10
14 BC Lions 27–23 4–10
15 Winnipeg Blue Bombers 26–33 4–11
16 Toronto Argonauts 38–24 5–11
17 Calgary Stampeders 8–11 5–12
18 BC Lions 64–27 6–12
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