Hopefully the animosity between the two resolves itself before kickoff as the Cats do not need these type of distractions so close to game time.
[b]defensive tackles Torrey Davis and Hasan Hazime traded punches during a goal line drill where they were lined up on the same side of the ball. When the animosity lingered a little, Austin chewed both guys out.
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I'm not too concerned myself. Usually these things are resolved like when we were kids - with a simple handshake.
No problem . Boys will be boys.
Frustration is starting to set in , the last 2 games were close and shoulda coulda woulda doesn't cut the mustard a Must win this weekend stupid penalties and leaving plays on the field , the pressure is on in Moncton :cowboy:
Obviously one told the other to take practice more seriously.
For some reason I don't have a good feeling about this game. It should be a sure win, but with all the replacements I
thing this game will be very close. And could go one way or the other.
IT'S called Stress Release, the D-Line Boys got a little carried away in the moment, it happens, they shake hands and remind each other that they are team mates and playing for same cause and goals of beating the other team.
EAT EM RAW TIGER-CATS!!!