After starting the season with four losses, the Hamilton Tiger-Cats might be ready to make a change at the expense of head coach Greg Marshall.
Rumours are swirling Friday that one day after falling to 0-4 on the season, the team is considering relieving Marshall of his coaching duties. Hamilton dropped a 27-21 decision to Montreal on the road Thursday night.
Any decisons regarding the coach will not be made until the team arrives back in Hamilton on Friday afternoon.
"We had trouble scoring in the first half, and we needed to," an angry Marshall said. "We had good field position. Our defence gave us opportunities and we didn't put the ball in the end zone.
The Ticats made significant offseason changes last winter, including bringing in quarterback Jason Maas and running back Josh Ranek. So far the personnel moves have failed to payoff on the field.
Marshall joined the team in 2004 after a successful varsity coaching career with the McMaster Mauraders.