Stampeders and RedBlacks have some unfinished business to sort out

The way Calgary Stampeders linebacker Alex Singleton sees it, Saturday’s game against the Ottawa RedBlacks can finish the one they started July 8.Overtime didn’t produce a winner in a 26-26 deadlock. The Stampeders and RedBlacks wandered around TD Place wondering how they were supposed to react after the CFL’s first tie game in seven years.

“Usually after a game you go up to somebody and say ‘Good job, we’ll play you again, get you next time,’” Singleton said. “It was kind of awkward. ‘Good game, I guess?’ All it really seems like is we’re continuing the game we played earlier in the year; 26-26 is pretty much 0-0.”The Stampeders (9-1-1) put their 6-0 record at McMahon on the line Saturday. The RedBlacks (5-4-1) are trying to stay atop the East Division.Calgary downed the host Edmonton Eskimos 34-28 last week in what …