yes, he said that stuff, but he said more too.
about how some players weren't professional, not taking it seriously, not regarding it as their livelihoods.
and he's saying this after he's been coach for 14 games, which means that the same crap that was going on before, remained ongoing.
that certain players were still so high on their own riffs, that they didn't act professional all season long.
imagine: players not trying, players trying to lose (in order to get their coaches fired), players with their own agendas.
i'm glad we've got the bye this week, because i'm so ashamed of this team: i'm glad the hamilton tiger-cats won't be inflicted upon the nation for the rest of the year.
and isn't it telling when the coach tells his players: could you please just go out and play 60 minutes of football, that's all we're asking, it's not that hard.
this is what tiger-cat football has been reduced to —a coach pleading with his players to put in an efffort..,.
tiger-cat players "throwing" games. no personal integrity, no integrity in the locker room, besmirching the league and the game itself. shameful, shameful, shameful.
you can't blow this mess up high enough.
thanks for the fabulous season.