ottawacat

2018 Hamilton Tiger-Cats Coaching Staff
June JonesHead Coach
Orlondo SteinauerAssistant Head Coach
Jerry GlanvilleDefensive Coordinator
Dan MorrisonQuarterbacks Coach
Dennis McKnightOffensive Line Coach
Corey GrantAsst. Offensive Coordinator & Running Backs Coach
Dennis McPheeDefensive Line Coach
William FieldsDefensive Backs Coach
Craig ButlerSpecial Teams & Defensive Assistant
Jarryd BainesAsst. Wide Receivers Coach & Offensive Quality Control

Gotta ask ....

Who's coaching the receivers?  And, who's coaching Special Teams?

Slomojo2005











2018 Hamilton Tiger-Cats Coaching Staff
June JonesHead Coach
Orlondo SteinauerAssistant Head Coach
Jerry GlanvilleDefensive Coordinator
Dan MorrisonQuarterbacks Coach
Dennis McKnightOffensive Line Coach
Corey GrantAsst. Offensive Coordinator & Running Backs Coach
Dennis McPheeDefensive Line Coach
William FieldsDefensive Backs Coach
Craig ButlerSpecial Teams & Defensive Assistant
Jarryd BainesAsst. Wide Receivers Coach & Offensive Quality Control

Gotta ask ....

Who's coaching the receivers?  And, who's coaching Special Teams?
Maybe a couple more June Jones gravy train friends still to be hired! 

letsgoticats

Someone on Twitter suggested that June Jones lets various assistants run different aspects of the special teams.

https://twitter.com/RobHayes63/status/969331007458566144

ottawacat

Maybe a couple more June Jones gravy train friends still to be hired!
The ticats.ca main page story on the announcement refers to the published list as  "the full coaching staff.

MadJack

How can you have an Assistant Offensive Coordinator, but no Offensive Coordinator ?

schmenger

Easy, Jones will call the play along with coach O.  

everyman

Calling plays and being the offensive coordinator are not the same thing. But I presume in this case JJ is OC.

MadJack

I agree with you, everyman, that the OC's job description is much more than just calling the plays.  The OC has primary responsibility for designing specific individual plays, and putting together an offensive game plan for each match.

So if that's Jones, then why isn't his title "Head Coach and Offensive Coordinator"?

Just strikes me as really odd to have an Assistant Offensive Coordinator when no one is officially the Offensive Coordinator.

PatLynch


June Jones is the Head Coach, Offensive Coordinator, and play caller. Perhaps Andy becomes a player/receiver coach and upon retirement, is the receiver coach . I'm just guessing but this is the Jones Offence and he runs the show. :)

Pat Lynch (the old guy)

ExPat


Just strikes me as really odd to have an Assistant Offensive Coordinator when no one is officially the Offensive Coordinator.
There's also an assistant wide receivers coach, but no official receivers coach.  And Butler is the special teams assistant, despite there being no special teams coordinator. 

I remember Higgins learning a tough lesson in Montreal after trying to go without a ST coordinator.  (Brandon Banks also remembers.)  Not sure if any other teams have tried this approach.

Our special teams weren't so special last year under McKnight, other than placekicking.  He has moved to O-line, a position he actually played in the NFL for 11 years, so that could be a good move.  And in a strange coincidence, McKnight actually coached under June Jones at two different colleges, even though he joined our staff before Jones did.  Maybe he was another Reinebold recruit.

As for O coordinator, I'd assumed Morrison was hired for that role, but apparently not.  According to his resume he hasn't been at the coordinator level in the past.  


blackandgld

WELL, our offensive coordinator last year really didn't have a lot of authority anyways. 
I also heard Jones say Orlondo wanted to take a more active role learning the offensive side of the ball.

They have the coaching horses but the way they have lined them up I am not so sure...

jdc1185











2018 Hamilton Tiger-Cats Coaching Staff
June JonesHead Coach
Orlondo SteinauerAssistant Head Coach
Jerry GlanvilleDefensive Coordinator
Dan MorrisonQuarterbacks Coach
Dennis McKnightOffensive Line Coach
Corey GrantAsst. Offensive Coordinator & Running Backs Coach
Dennis McPheeDefensive Line Coach
William FieldsDefensive Backs Coach
Craig ButlerSpecial Teams & Defensive Assistant
Jarryd BainesAsst. Wide Receivers Coach & Offensive Quality Control

Gotta ask ....

Who's coaching the receivers?  And, who's coaching Special Teams?
I would assume that the two names directly above "Gotta ask ...." answers your question.
Jarryd Baines is coaching the receivers and Craig Butler is coaching the Special Teams.
But, I may be reading it wrong.

ottawacat

After hearing Coach Jones in a couple of radio interviews since announcing his staff, it's clear that there is no Special Teams Coordinator, by that title, but Craig Butler, he said, will be "taking the lead" and other coaches will have input.  While he didn't say it exactly, I did get the impression that Jones, himself, would be spending time with the receivers.  I also expect Orlondo will have input here, there, and pretty well everywhere in all 3 facets of the game.

stevehvh

I wondered about the ST Coordinator position too. But if you click on Craig Butler's name, the profile of him says he is responsible for special teams.

What titles JJ applies to the assistant coach jobs is not as important as what roles he wants them to play. He'll set that up the way he feels is best. That's his prerogative.
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- Hubert H. Humphrey

Grover

Steve Milton on how the Coaches duties line up

When the Ticats released their 2018 coaching staff roster Thursday, Butler was listed as defensive assistant and "Special Teams."

Since there is no formal special teams co-ordinator on the staff, the 29-year-old London native is likely the de facto co-ordinator. But, since he's young and less than a full year removed from his playing career, Butler will be assisted by a veteran group comprising, but likely not exclusive to: new assistant head coach Orlondo Steinauer, whose return from Fresno State was announced last week; new defensive co-ordinator Jerry Glanville; and Dennis McKnight, who was the 2017 special teams co-ordinator but will be the offensive line coach in 2018.
Butler will also be position coach for the safeties.
"Craig is going to be the one to do all the film work, and he'll take off the specific special teams, say, kickoff," Jones told The Spectator. "Each position coach will have one or two of the teams, like field goal protection, or kickoff return.
"Craig basically took two or three of those teams last year working with Dennis. I watched how he coached and liked it."

Dennis McPhee — the Hamilton native always popular with the players and in the community — retains his position as defensive line coach. This will be his 16th season on the Ticats staff in the last 24 years, including five straight heading into 2018.

Stoney Creek native Corey Grant returns as running back coach and has been given an upward bump, adding "assistant offensive co-ordinator" to his portfolio. Jones is offensive co-ordinator as well as head coach.

William Fields, who was an assistant on defence and special teams last year, also has a promotion: he'll be the defensive backs coach with responsibility for the four "outside" positions in the secondary: halfbacks and cornerbacks.

https://www.thespec.com/sports-story/8293305-craig-butler-gets-nod-as-ticats-staff-rounds-out/#.Wpl4eP2Wjdg.twitter

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