1st--B.C. 3 Baltimore 0
B.C quarterback Kent Austin completed two of three passes for 34 yards to set up a 47-yard field goal by Lui Passaglia. The Lions drove 37 yards on five plays in 2:22. Both teams traded interceptions, including the CFLs' Karl Anthony picking off Austin in the end zone. The CFLs had only two first downs and were outgained 104-59. A total of 24 points were scored in a span of 5:21 with the defenses scoring twice. Karl Anthony ran 35 yards with a lateral after an Alvin Walton interception to extend the Walton interception to extend the CFLs' lead to 14-3, and B.C. countered with a 17-yard interception return for a score by Charles Gordon. Tracy Ham had given the CFLs their first lead with a 1-yard touchdown run. The Lions dominated the quarter with 122 yards of total offense, including 79 yards rushing. A 30-yard run by Darren Flutie off a fake field goal sustained a scoring drive that got B.C. within 20-17 Backup quarterback Danny McManus' only completion of the quarter--a 43-yard pass to Mike Alexander--set up a game-tying 42-yard field goal by Passaglia. The CFLs amasses only 53 yards of offense, as Ham didn't complete a pass. Passaglia kicked a 38-yard field goal on the game's final play to give B.C the Grey Cup. Both offenses stalled this quarter, managing one first down in the last seven minutes. After tying the game at 23, the CFLs produced 8 yards and allowed two sacks in their last three possessions.