MacDougall played 17 games and had three defensive tackles, a tackle for a loss of 12 yards, 18 special-teams tackles, a blocked punt and a fumble recovery returned for a touchdown. On July 24 in Edmonton, he blocked a Grant Shaw punt, scooped up the ball and ran it seven yards to the end zone for the major. He was on the reserve list for Game 2. MacDougall also played in the Western Final and recorded two special-teams tackles.
MacDougall was on the reserve list for the first game of the season and the injured list for the next seven games. He was activated for Game 9 and put back on the one-game injured list for Games 10-15. He was activated again for Game 16 and recorded one special-teams tackle before being placed back on the one-game injury list. MacDougall was on the reserve list for the Western Final.
MacDougall made a spectacular CFL debut as he was the starting safety in the season-opener against Montreal and returned a fumble recovery 63 yards for a touchdown. He played a total of 17 games and also was in uniform for all three post-season contests. Besides his opening-game start, he played primarily on special teams and was tied for third on the club with 11 tackles. He also had five defensive tackles. In the playoffs, MacDougall had four special-teams tackles including three in the West semifinal win over Saskatchewan.
MacDougall played seven games for the Huskies in 2010 and recorded 35 tackles and two interceptions. He also had one kickoff return for 57 yards and one punt return for 20 yards. In 2009, MacDougall played in seven games and recorded 31.5 tackles and one forced fumble. In 2008, MacDougall played eight games for during his rookie season, finishing the season with 10 tackles. He missed the entire 2011 season due to a partially torn quadriceps muscle.