There wasn't nearly as much on the line this time but the Stampeders scored a last-second 24-23 win over the Hamilton Tiger Cats in Friday night's Grey Cup re-match in Calgary.

Rene Paredes 50-yard field goal was the difference.

Bo Levi Mitchell threw three interceptions but he says that'll happen.

"Turnovers are a thing we talk about as a team," says Mitchell. "But I'm never going to change the way I play football though, I'm going to keep attacking, keep driving the football in there. I think on some of those throws there I just need to throw with some conviction, maybe not leave it up so much for a gut to go get it and really put something behind it."

Coach John Hufnagel still has plenty of confidence in his QB.

"I'm sure he'll rebound and play better football, but when the game was on the line, I've always said this about Bo, he gives a team a chance to win football games and he did that tonight," Hufnagel says.

The game was filled with highlight reel catches including a pair from Jeff Fuller who really impressed another Stamps receiver and Okotoks native, Anthony Parker.

"You look at some of these catches Jeff makes and you're out there like, that's just not fair," Parker says. "There's one play where we were watching it and three guys tried to cover him and when it's him and it doesn't matter if it's one, two or three defenders, it's him and that ball and that's all he cares about."

The Stamps are in Montreal next.