#26

Scott Gordon

Weight:

195 lbs

Height:

5' 11"

Position:

Safety

College:

Ottawa

Birthdate:

Feb 21st, 1977

Career Years:

11

Team:

Alumni

Highlights

2009

Gordon was the starting safety in the first game of the season. He was injured late in the game and was placed on the 1-game injured list.

2008

Gordon started in 17 games, recording 33 defensive tackles, one special teams tackle and one interception. He also started in the West Semi-Final.

2007

He started in the 2007 West Final and the Grey Cup, where he recorded one defensive tackle and two special teams tackles.

2006

Scott started the first 6 games of the 2006 season with Hamilton but missed the rest of the season with a knee injury.

2005

Played in all 18 games during the regular season, making 16 starts at defensive back…finished seventh on the Roughriders with 40 defensive tackles including one for six yards in losses and had three quarterback sacks…knocked down five passes and recovered one fumble which he returned 15 yards…on special teams he made eight tackles…returned a fumble 15 yards in Saskatchewan’s 42-15 season opening victory over Winnipeg…in the first start of his CFL career, a 23-21 Roughrider victory at Hamilton on July 2nd, Gordon knocked down one pass…recorded the first quarterback sack of his CFL career, made four defensive tackles and one on special teams in Saskatchewan’s 21-16 loss to Ottawa on July 29th…in the Roughriders 42-13 loss at Montreal on August 4th, Gordon made a season high five defensive tackles…made a season high two special teams tackles in the Roughriders 22-17 loss at Ottawa on August 11th…started at defensive back in Saskatchewan’s 30-14 East Semi-Final loss at Montreal.

2004

Played in 17 games as a back-up defensive back during the regular season…finished second on the Roughriders with 20 special teams tackles…made six defensive tackles including one for a loss of one yard…made a season high three special teams tackles in Saskatchewan’s 32-15 loss at Winnipeg on August 8th…in the Roughriders 17-12 loss to Toronto on July 17th Gordon made a season high three defensive tackles and one special teams tackle…equaled his season high of three special teams tackles in Saskatchewan’s 27-24 loss at Winnipeg on September 12th…played in both of the Roughriders West Division playoff games including their 14-6 West Semi-Final victory at Edmonton.

2003

Hampered by a knee injury, Gordon missed 13 games during his second season with Saskatchewan…in five games played during the regular season he made two special teams tackles…made one special teams tackle in Saskatchewan’s 42-9 victory over Hamilton on July 20th…in the Roughriders 29-24 loss at Ottawa on August 7th, Gordon made one special teams tackle.

2002

The Saskatchewan Roughriders signed Gordon to their active roster on August 30th after spending the first nine games of the regular season on the Calgary Stampeders practice roster…Calgary had selected Gordon in the second round (18th overall) of the 2002 CFL Canadian College Draft…played in eight games as a rookie, making four special teams tackles, one defensive tackle and one pass knock down…in his CFL debut, a 33-19 Roughrider victory over Winnipeg on September 1st Gordon made one special teams tackle…made one defensive tackle and knocked down one pass in Saskatchewan’s 28-3 loss at B.C. on November 1st…played in Saskatchewan’s 24-14 East Semi-Final loss at Toronto.

College

Played two season (2000-01) with the University of Ottawa Gee-Gees…made 54 tackles, forced two fumbles, recovered two fumbles, one interception and one quarterback sack…returned 47 punts for 583 and 14 kickoffs for 153 yards. (2000): Played in five games during his first season with the Gee-Gees…was a member of Ottawa’s Vanier Cup championship team that beat Regina 42-39 in the final…made 15 total tackles (11 solo) and one quarterback sack for a loss of seven yards…returned 18 punts 112 yards and one kickoff 27 yards (2001) Made 39 tackles, forced two fumbles, recovered two fumbles and intercepted one pass…on special teams he had 29 punt returns for 471 yards and 13 kickoff returns for 126 yards…was both a first-team CIS All-Canadian and OUA All-Star at defensive halfback.

Personal

Born February 21st, 1977 in Ottawa, Ontario…played with the Ottawa Jr. Riders of the Quebec Major Junior Football League…was named both the QMJFL Player of the Year and a Defensive All-Star in 1999.