My thoughts exactly, roughyfan. It wasn't Wright who sold the team to the Gliebs; it was Wright who saved the argos and ti-cats; there was really nothing Wright could do to change the way the Gliebs were running the team, other than advise (And obviously the Gliebs ignored that); 2 weeks ago the Renegades seemed to be getting on track (Firing Lonie, pursuing Tillman and Nicholson). Now that it is Wright's perogative to find an owner, perhaps he'll be able to find one that he likes - ie, a good one. Hey, he did it in Hamilton and Toronto.
But I would not at all say that Ottawa doesn't like football. No other team has had to endure 30 years of crap owners, and 30 years of losing records (not even Saskatchewan!). The fact that the fans ARE still there is a testament to the Ottawa fans. Eric Tillman, who lives in Ottawa, knows that the fans are there and said so last night. It's illogical that Ottawa doesn't like football - there are more than a million people there. Ottawa is not the problem, Wright is not the problem - the Gliebermen, Smith, and the past owners are the problem.