Yup, thatâ€™s a good news for the football development. Pointing it out in the opening minutes of the call sure sound like some lobbying designed to induce McMasterâ€™s prodige, Jesse Lumsden, place is in Hamilton. I sure doubt that frightens Higgins nor Shriver.
The public relation twist aside, that sure sounds like a way to say : Â« We still gotta get rid of some guys who hold us back. Â» Would I be a general manager, Iâ€™d be very suspicious when Marshall call me to propose a trade. Not like anyone wants someone elseâ€™s problems.
No kidding. Wouldnâ€™t the opposite be funny?
Canadian wide receivers rarely get a big role in teams offence, and there are no offensive linemen in the draft ready to play this year (there was Kazcur, but being a 3rd rounder in the NFLâ€™s he wonâ€™t be backâ€¦ especially since heâ€™s been taken by a team known for taking good care of its draft picks) So the Ticats will have to face 2005 without any draftee in the starting roster.
Was that a message to ever losing Feterik and Paopao?
Asking about the learning curve seems like a weird question when directed to the reigning coach of the year.
â€¦ though it might change the application of that philosophy. You canâ€™t replace two Dodge Rams by two Honda Civic and expect the same results.
Didnâ€™t they start 2004 season with three victories? The only thing I remember that fell in place following that strong start was the Ticats in the standings. At least, the overall goal seems reasonable. Iâ€™m glad Marshall didnâ€™t say a word about the Grey Cup yet.
Â« There is no garanteed starting spot at any positionâ€¦ but we put forth over a quarter of a million bucks to bring in the Flutie bros! Â» Itâ€™s a great thing that CFL teams are so rich they can afford to bench their highest salarymen. Marshall must have watch too many Lions games.