Trevor Harris’ tough night against the Calgary Stampeders earned him a spot on the bench, twice.
Harris went 4-for-9 for 17 yards and two interceptions in the first half against the Stamps before getting pulled in favour of back up Dominique Davis. The offence managed just 27 net yards of offence and one – one! – first down while holding the ball for less than nine minutes.
The Redblacks fans booed the home team on several occasions in the second quarter.
Harris was put back in the game for Ottawa to start the second half but Redblacks head coach Rick Campbell pulled him again in the fourth quarter. Final numbers for Harris: 14-of-22 for 111 yards and two picks.
The entire Redblacks offence could muster just three points in a disappointing loss to Calgary.