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2004 BC Lions season
Head Coach Wally Buono
General Manager Wally Buono
Home Field BC Place Stadium
Results
Record 13–5
Place 1st, West
Playoff Finish Lost in Grey Cup
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The 2004 BC Lions finished in first place in the West Division with a 13–5 record. They won the West Final and appeared in the 92nd Grey Cup.

OffseasonEdit

CFL DraftEdit

Rd Pick Player Position School
1 5 O.J. Atogwe S Stanford
2 13 Nautyn McKay-Loescher DE Alabama
3 22 Scott Plummer DB Simon Fraser
5 40 Troy Cunningham DE Concordia
6 49 Billy Palmer TE Notre Dame

PreseasonEdit

Week Date Opponent Score Result Attendance Record
B June 5 vs. Saskatchewan Roughriders 24–14 Loss 11,874 0–1
C June 10 at Winnipeg Blue Bombers 39–28 Win 26,470 1–1

Regular seasonEdit

Season StandingsEdit

West Divisionview · talk · edit
Team GP W L T PF PA Pts
Y-BC Lions 18 13 5 0 584 436 26 Details
X-Edmonton Eskimos 18 9 9 0 532 472 18 Details
X-Saskatchewan Roughriders 18 9 9 0 476 444 18 Details
Winnipeg Blue Bombers 18 7 11 0 448 507 14 Details
Calgary Stampeders 18 4 14 0 396 522 8 Details

Season scheduleEdit

Week Date Opponent Score Result Attendance Record
1 June 18 vs. Hamilton Tiger-Cats 38–36 Loss 20,952 0–1
2 June 26 at Edmonton Eskimos 41–34 Win 35,367 1–1
3 July 2 at Saskatchewan Roughriders 42–29 Loss 21,605 1–2
4 June 9 vs. Edmonton Eskimos 25–9 Loss 22,227 1–3
5 Bye 1–3
6 July 22 at Winnipeg Blue Bombers 48–17 Win 25,567 2–3
7 July 29 vs. Montreal Alouettes 32–9 Win 23,788 3–3
8 August 6 vs. Ottawa Renegades 47–27 Win 25,255 4–3
9 August 13 at Hamilton Tiger-Cats 49–11 Win 27,891 5–3
10 August 21 at Calgary Stampeders 25–18 (OT) Win 28,351 6–3
11 August 27 vs. Toronto Argonauts 31–10 Win 29,484 7–3
12 Bye 7–3
13 Sept 11 at Ottawa Renegades 31–13 Win 22,380 8–3
14 Sept 18 vs. Edmonton Eskimos 36–33 (OT) Win 29,704 9–3
15 Sept 24 at Calgary Stampeders 22–21 Loss 28,524 9–4
16 Oct 2 vs. Winnipeg Blue Bombers 42–31 Win 29,170 10–4
17 Oct 11 at Toronto Argonauts 22–16 Loss 25,212 10–5
18 Oct 17 at Montreal Alouettes 32–29 Win 20,202 11–5
19 Oct 22 vs. Calgary Stampeders 19–17 Win 27,295 12–5
20 Oct 30 vs. Saskatchewan Roughriders 40–38 Win 32,402 13–5

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Player statsEdit

PassingEdit

Player Att. Comp  % Yards TD INT Rating
Casey Printers 494 325 65.8 5088 35 10 115.0
Dave Dickenson 98 62 63.3 967 8 2 114.6
Spergon Wynn 34 21 61.8 268 2 0 106.0
Geroy Simon 1 0 0.0 0 0 0 2.1
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RushingEdit

Player Att. Yards Avg. Longest TD
Antonio Warren 219 1136 5.2 37 5
Casey Printers 82 469 5.7 40 9
Eddie Linscomb 40 220 5.5 37 2
Dave Dickenson 12 78 6.5 16 0
Lyle Green 11 43 3.9 12 0
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ReceivingEdit

Player No. Yards Avg. Long TD
Geroy Simon 103 1750 17.0 89 14
Jason Clermont 83 1220 14.7 80 7
Ryan Thelwell 54 909 16.8 46 6
Chris Brazzell 49 906 18.5 73 8
Frank Cutolo 47 786 16.7 102 9
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Awards and recordsEdit

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2004 CFL All-StarsEdit

Western Division All-Star SelectionsEdit

PlayoffsEdit

West FinalEdit

Team Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 OT Total
Saskatchewan Roughriders 7 7 0 10 1 25
BC Lions 7 0 7 10 3 27

Grey CupEdit

Team Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Total
Toronto Argonauts 0 17 7 3 27
BC Lions 7 3 3 6 19

Toronto Argonauts (27) – TDs, Damon Allen (2), Robert Baker; FGs Noel Prefontaine (2); cons., Prefontaine (3).

BC Lions (19) – TDs, Jason Clermont, Dave Dickenson; FGs Duncan O'Mahony (2); cons. O'Mahony (1).

First Quarter
BC—TD Clermont 12-yard pass from Dickenson (O'Mahony convert) 4:07

Second Quarter
TOR—FG Prefontaine 27-yard field goal 7:40
TOR—TD Allen 1-yard run (Prefontaine convert) 12:22
BC—FG O'Mahony 42-yard field goal 13:13
TOR—TD Baker 23-yard pass from Allen (Prefontaine convert) 14:37

Third Quarter
TOR—TD Allen 1-yard run (Prefontaine convert) 4:45
BC—FG O'Mahony 36-yard field goal 9:16

Fourth Quarter
BC—TD Dickenson 7-yard run (convert failed) 6:06
TOR—FG Prefontaine 16-yard field goal 12:19

ReferencesEdit


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