In a Riderville interview former Tiger-Cat Rey William's said he's glad to be back in Regina playing for the Riders and although he doesn't have any disrespect for his old team mates in Hamilton he does have for Kent Austin.
From the Interview.
For whatever reason, the Hamilton Tiger-Cats did not want Williams to be a part of their future after Kent Austin took over football operations. That decision came after a season in which the Hofstra grad was 3rd in the league with 95 tackles. He wasn’t impressed with Austin saying he had no respect for him and while he is not bitter with the organization, he does have plans in letting the former Rider quarterback and head coach know that he made a mistake. However, he does admit that he should perhaps deliver him a thank you card as he prepares for back-to-back games against his old club.
“I don’t like Kent, but I should probably give him a hug and thank him because he did me a favour.? Williams says with a laugh. “I don’t have a beef with the guys over there or the organization. Its Kent that I have the problem with and I will be barking at him this weekend if we get the chance. At the end of the day, Hamilton is just another opponent and we know we have to beat them if we want to be successful.
I sure hope the Tiger-Cats can play the same defensive game they did against Winnipeg and can pull out a win against the Riders.
EAT EM RAW TIGER-CATS!!!