Danny Mac was on Mike Hogan's program this AM (3/17/08). Here's a summary of what he had to say if you missed it:
He lost his job at TSN to Duane Ford who he said was a good choice. He still hopes to catch on somewhere doing CFL telecasts.
He's interested in coaching down the road but Ron Lancaster advised him to wait until most of the players he played with are retired.
When he's inducted into the HOF, he'd like Darren Flutie to give his speech (if he can be found--apparently, Flutie is very busy). He said Darren was pleased to go into the HOF before brother Doug--sibling rivalry I guess.
The Cats offence will be much improved with Printers having a go-to guy to throw to in Miles. Danny Mac has played with Miles so he'd know. Lumsden is working out with the hope that he can get through the 18 games without injury. Danny Mac thought the O-line last season was good and able to open holes for the RBs. He didn't say a word about the D as I recall.
He's still going to do his local coaching clinic.
The guy is really down to earth and has a great sense of humor. I hope something pans out for him so he stays involved in the CFL and this area.
An Argo-Cat fan