Having one conference or division be much stronger than the other is not uncommon in sports. Recently, the NHL had the Western Conference experience a run as the stronger half of the league, but that’s swung back to the East. 568 more words
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Redblacks 37, Tiger-Cats 18
HAMILTON — The Ottawa Redblacks had been looking for something, anything to get them kickstarted.
On Friday night, they found that something: Brett Maher’s right foot. 1,137 more words
HAMILTON — Back in the Canadian Football League as an assistant head coach with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats, 64-year-old June Jones — with a lengthy and impressive NCAA and NFL coaching résumé — has fond memories of Canada, specifically Ottawa. 352 more words
The difference between 0-8 and 1-7 may not seem like much, but the Hamilton Tiger-Cats might feel differently if they see the latter record beside their name in the CFL standings after they host the Ottawa Redblacks Friday night. 222 more words
HAMILTON — It’s a tired, old sports cliché, but both the Ottawa Redblacks and Hamilton Tiger-Cats are surely in must-win territory.
The winless Ticats (0-7) and one-win Redblacks (1-6-1) meet Friday night with so much on the line — and, oddly enough, an opportunity to crawl back into the CFL East playoff race. 1,059 more words