Ticats off to Swaggerville

Hamilton Tiger-Cats defeat Montreal Alouettes

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The Milton Sports Guy is the Sports Editor of MiltonSearch.com and is a passionate (a nice word for 'long-suffering') fan of the Toronto Maple Leafs, Toronto Blue Jays, Toronto Raptors and the San Diego Padres (during their brown-clad era). His sports heroes include former Padre and Hall-of-Famer Tony Gwynn, Mats Sundin (still waiting for a capable winger or two) and of course, Dougie Gilmour and Wendel Clark of the early 90's Leafs.

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  1. Mike Cluett says:

    That game was a nail biter for sure. The last quarter I think added another few years to my life and a lot more grey hair but the Ticats pulled it off.

    The coaching staff played it safe the last few games seeing how they couldnt move up the standings in the east better than 3rd place, rested a lot of their players and used a smaller playbook. This ensured that Montreals coaching staff couldnt see what they had planned. While Montreal pulled out all the stops trying to get the top spot, and they bye in the first round, and ended up losing the last 3 games.

    That game couldve gone any other way…the Ticats wanted it more.

    The problem theyve had this season is consistancy. One week one team goes out and proves that on paper they have one of the better teams in the CFL and the next someone else comes out onto the field.

    Theres no second chances this coming Sunday…that same team which defeated the 2 time Grey Cup champs and one of the favourites this year, and head to the ‘Peg and destroy the Blue Bombers.

    Oskee wee wee.

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