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Lulay leads Lions to Grey Cup victory
Dan Ralph, The Canadian Press
VANCOUVER - They opened the season with a whimper, but Travis Lulay and the B.C. Lions ended it with a bang.
Game MVP Travis Lulay threw two second-half touchdown passes to lead B.C. to an exciting 34-23 Grey Cup win over the Winnipeg Blue Bombers on Sunday. The victory, before an ear-splitting B.C. Place sellout of 54,313, capped a stunning turnaround for the Lions, who opened the season 0-5.
B.C. became the first team in CFL history to win the Grey Cup after losing its first five regular-season games. B.C. also became the first squad since the 1994 Lions to capture the league title at home. [...].
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