Darrell Davis of the Regina Leader Post
says that Bob Price a former Alouette coach
is a candidate for our Head Coaching job.
I hate to admit it but I don't remember this guy.
He has had an outstandingly versatile
coaching and playing background.
He has moved away from heavy coaching responsiblities
and has put his committment into recruiting lately.
He coached six seasons in the CFL.
He was head coach of the Montreal Alouettes in 1996.
He had a regular season record of 12-6 record.
and got the Als into the Eastern Division final.
In 1994-95, he was defensive coordinator, linebackers
and defensive backs coach for the Baltimore Stallions.
They got into the Grey Cup both seasons and won it in 1995.
In 1992-93 Price was defensive coordinator and
secondary coach for the Saskatchewan Rough Riders.
In 1991 he was the secondary coach with Ottawa.