The 100th Grey Cup was all Toronto.
The Argonauts captured their 16th Grey Cup under first-year coach Scott Milanovich, defeating the Calgary Stampeders 35-22 at Rogers Centre.
Toronto opened the scoring with Ricky Ray’s five-yard touchdown pass to Chad Owens.
A 30-yard field goal by Rene Paredes field goal cut the margin to 7-3.
Pacino Horne put the Boatmen up 14-3, 43 seconds into the second quarter when he picked off a Kevin Glenn pass and wove his way 25-yards to the end zone.
On their next possession Ray’s 62-yard pass to Jason Barnes set up Swayze Waters 16-yard field goal to make it 17-3.
Argos safety Jordan Younger prevented a Stampeders touchdown when Nik Lewis took a pass over the middle and raced 61 yards until he was caught at the 12, and Calgary again had to settle for a field goal.
The Argos went to the dressing room up 24-6 when Ray hit Dontrelle Inman with one-yard touchdown pass with 20 second left in the half.
The teams traded field goals in the third quarter, and the Stamps got two more points when the Argos were backed up on their two-yard line and conceded a safety, making it 27-11.
The Stamps again had to settle for a Paredes field goal in the fourth quarter — his fourth of the game.
The Argos put the game out of reach when Chad Krackert had a 28-yard run to set up Ray’s seven-yard scoring pass to Andre Durie.
The Stampeders scored their only touchdown in the final seconds, on a 12-yard pass from Bo Levi Mitchell to Maurice Price and then added a two-point convert.