Good luck to Trestman.
Hope he goes
First place will be ours! MMMM...BWWOOOHAHAHAHA!
If he goes, I wish him every success. He has been a great credit to the CFL in his time here.
I don't think his departure means first place in the east automatically comes to us. Montreal has a pretty darn strong team, and I don't expect a new coach there to be an automatic disaster for them. AC retiring would have a much greater impact on their prospects than Trestman's departure.
I'll second that stevehvh,
If Jim Popp's track record is of any indication, Montreal's next HC will be just as much a force to be reckoned with.
Yes, Popp and the Als track record will have some excellent candidates just itching to get a shot there no question.
If Trestman goes....there goes our chance to get Scott Milanovich.
How do you figure?
Cap'n: I think Milanovich will replace Trestman. he has been one heck of an OC.
I had been touting him him as a future HC for us.
It appears Al Golden will be named the new head coach of the U on Monday.http://tsn.ca/cfl/story/?id=345292
Oski Wee Wee,
This one reports Trestman out of the running and suggests what the reason why might be:[url=http://thebiglead.com/index.php/2010/12/11/miami-hurricanes-coaching-search-down-to-al-golden-randy-edsall-a-guy-from-the-cfl-allegedly/]http://thebiglead.com/index.php/2010/12 ... allegedly/[/url]
Trestman has been great for the CFL but he's already accomplished more than most HCs who've been here for years. I can't see him staying on with the Als indefinitely although apparently, he loves the working conditions.
An Argo-Cat fan