A trip to the 100th Grey Cup is on the line as the two remaining Western teams clash on Sunday in Vancouver.

One one side, the defending champion B.C. Lions. Fresh and rested after securing top seed and a bye through the semifinal, quarterback Travis Lulay leads his squad into a home-field game against Calgary, a team they've beaten two out of three times this season. However, the Stamps won the last meeting between the two teams, a 41-21 decision on Oct. 26.

The Stampeders, meanwhile, are coming off a thrilling win against a plucky Roughriders team, and have the bruises to show for it. Calgary's quarterback of choice, Drew Tate, is coming off a hard hit that led to questions about whether or not he suffered a concussion, and answers from the QB that did little to clear up that issue. Tate and his running back Jon Cornish also face a tough Lions defence, including star linebacker Adam Bighill.

But we ask you, the fans, the most important question: Who will come out on top, the Lions or the Stampeders?