Bo Levi Mitchell completed a pair of touchdown passes as the Calgary Stampeders beat the rival Edmonton Eskimos for the second week in a row, 33-17 on Saturday.
The Stampeders improved to 7-4, and moved into a second place tie for points with Saskatchewan in the West Division.
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Edmonton has lost three straight games and also played without quarterback Trevor Harris for the bulk of the game, due to an upper-body injury in the second quarter.
Edmonton’s defence came up big early with a Don Unamba interception of Mitchell to the Stampeders 29-yard-line, setting up an eight-yard touchdown pass from Harris to Tevaun Smith.
Calgary responded with an 18-yard Rene Paredes field goal.
The Stampeders took the lead early in the second quarter on a 25-yard passing major from Mitchell to Reggie Begelton.
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