Reilly, Eskimos hold off Stampeders 45-31 to advance to Grey Cup

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    EDMONTON, Alberta — Mike Reilly threw three touchdown passes and ran for two more scores to help the Edmonton Eskimos reach the Grey Cup with a 45-31 victory over the Calgary Stampeders on Sunday in the West Division final.

    The Eskimos will face the Ottawa Redblacks in the next Sunday in the Canadian Football League title game in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Ottawa beat Hamilton 35-28 earlier Sunday in the East final.

    The Eskimos last went to the title game in 2005, beating Montreal in overtime.

    Reilly was 31 of 39 for 370 yards without an interception. He threw scoring passes of 15 yards to Adarius Bowman, 33 to Kenny Stafford and 57 to Derel Walker.

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