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Photo Scott Grant / CFLPhotoArchive.com

Bo Levi Mitchell just wanted the officials to call the game down the line.

“Man, yeah. You know, just on this game right now, we gotta get things called fairly. Right now, you know, it seems pretty obvious things are being called one way. It’s gotta get fixed,” Mitchell told TSN’s Jermain Franklin at halftime of the Stamps 30-28 victory against Saskatchewan.

Calgary defensive end Chris Casher was ejected for rough play in the second quarter. Cordarro Law sacked Riders’ quarterback Cody Fajardo and Casher proceeded to grasp the ankle and twist. He was kicked out of the game and assessed a 25-yard penalty for the infraction.

“The same thing they’re doing to me when I’m on the ground, you know, they’re calling Fajardo for it. It seems petty, it seems obvious, so hopefully they get it fixed,” Mitchell said.

The Stamps were flagged six times for 69 yards and the Riders seven for 91 yards.

“Nah, don’t think about it. Just get out there and control what you can control,” Mitchell said. “You know, I mean, you can tell our guys are pretty livid on the sideline right now.”

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