Don and Wally

Bo Levi Mitchell, a student of the CFL game

Calgary Stampeders coach Wally Buono shakes hands with Baltimore Stallions coach Don Matthews in front of the Grey Cup in Regina on Nov. 16, 1995. The Canadian Press/Chuck Stoody

Doing his homework.

2016 #CFL Most Outstanding Player & 2014 #GreyCup MVP Bo Levi Mitchell is one of the games best and is becoming a proud student of the game. This off-season, Bo has been watching previous #GreyCups to increase is historical knowledge of our game.

Last night, the 1995 #GreyCup  caught the #Stamps signal caller’s attention. A game which featured HC Don Matthew’s Baltimore Stallions facing off against Wally Buono’s Calgary Stampeders.

Naturally, the QB match-up caught Bo’s attention:

Calgary Stampeders coach Wally Buono talks with quarterback Doug Flutie during practice before the Grey Cup game in Regina on Nov. 17, 1995. The Canadian Press/Chuck Stoody

What a HC-QB duo.

For inquiring minds, the Stallions defeated the Stamps 37-20 with Tracy Ham taking home the #GreyCup MVP.

We’ve also got some photo evidence:

FILE--Baltimore Stallions quarterback Tracy Ham, voted most valieable player, kisses the Grey Cup following their victory in Regina against the Calgary Stampeders Nov 19, 1995. The Canadian Football Hall of Fame is set to welcome five new members. The class of 2010 includes Bob Cameron, Ham, Don Narcisse, Elfrid Payton and Joe Pistilli. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Tom Hanson

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