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Montreal Alouettes' Brandon Rutley goes upside down against Calgary Stampeders' Junior Turner during the second half of their football game in Calgary Saturday.

MIKE STURK/REUTERS

Marquay McDaniel caught two touchdown passes as the Calgary Stampeders rallied from an early 17-point deficit to beat the Montreal Alouettes 25-22 on Saturday.

McDaniel also threw a touchdown pass to Eric Rogers, while Rene Paredes kicked a field goal and a single for the Stamps (4-2), who lost 29-11 to the Als in Montreal on July 3.

Alouettes quarterback Rakeem Cato connected with S.J. Green for his lone touchdown pass. Cato threw three touchdowns against Calgary in his CFL debut.

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Stefan Logan also scored a touchdown on a punt return for the Alouettes (2-3), while Boris Bede kicked a pair of field goals.

Bede helped Montreal open a 17-0 lead with a 37-yard field goal before Cato tossed a 51-yard touchdown pass to Green at 10:14 of the first quarter.

After the Stampeders went two-and-out on their next drive, Logan returned a Rob Maver punt 74 yards into the Calgary end zone to extend the Alouettes' lead.

Calgary answered back at 1:12 of the second quarter when McDaniel caught a one-yard TD pass from Drew Tate to cap off a four-play, 70-yard drive. Bo Levi Mitchell completed all three of his passes on his drive to three different receivers for 69 yards before giving way to Tate and the short-yardage team.

Following a quick two-and-out by Montreal, McDaniel caught a 30-yard pass from Mitchell, who then tossed a 34-yard strike to Rogers in the end zone two plays later to pull the Stampeders within three points.

After Bede kicked a 23-yard field goal at 12:24 of the third, Paredes responded with a 27-yarder two minutes and 20 seconds later.

Mitchell tossed a 42-yard touchdown pass to McDaniel to put Calgary up 24-20 to start the second half. It capped off the Stampeders second four-play, 70-yard drive of the game.

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Paredes missed a 36-yard field goal at 6:18 of the fourth quarter, but still recorded a 47-yard single to put Calgary up five points.

Facing a third-and-two situation on the Stampeders' 23 yard-line late in the game, Montreal wasn't able to convert and Calgary got the ball back due to a turnover on downs.

On the last play of the game, Mitchell threw the ball backwards to Jeff Fuller, who conceded a safety as time ran out on the clock.

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