Two old friends, Steinauer and O’Shea, now meet as the opposing Head Coaches in the 2019 Grey Cup
Winnipeg Blue Bombers head coach Mike O’Shea, left, and Hamilton Tiger-Cats head coach Orlondo Steinauer answer questions during the coaches news conference at the CFL’s Grey Cup week in Calgary
By Raegan Subban
Hamilton Tiger-Cats football operations consultant Jim Barker will have a proud, dad-like moment on Sunday, November 24.
In 2012, Barker was the head coach of the Toronto Argonauts. He took a chance and asked two retired CFL players, with no previous coaching experience, to join his staff. Barker gave the Winnipeg head coach Mike O’Shea and Hamilton’s Orlondo Steinauer their first CFL coaching jobs. Barker knew O’Shea closely from the time he played for him, and knew Steinauer from reputation. However, their relationship did not begin there.
Both Teams look to end a championship drought, but don’t underestimate the underdogs.
Mike O’Shea (Grey Hoodie – Center) and the Blue Bombers celebrating the Western Division Final Victory
By: Quinn MacDonald
The Winnipeg Blue Bombers have a chance to end their 29-year championship drought in the 107th Grey Cup. Winnipeg heads to McMahon Stadium in Calgary to take on the Hamilton Tiger Cats; It’ll be the first time since 1984 that these two franchises face off for the title.
Hamilton posted a league best 15-3 record, ending the regular season on a 6 game win streak. Winnipeg finished 11-7 with the second most points for with 508 points.
Ticats will play the Winnipeg Blue Bombers in their third attempt for a Grey Cup this century
By Harley Kock
It all started in December 2018 when the Hamilton Tiger-Cats hired Rookie Head Coach Orlondo Steinauer. Steinauer came with an excellent resume, a 13 year CFL career as a Safety and 10 years in various coaching positions. Those included a Grey Cup victory as the defensive backs coach in 2012 with the Toronto Argonauts and two Grey Cup losses as the defensive coordinator for the Tiger-Cats in 2013 and 2014.
Adam Silver ruined his original response to the Houston Rockets GM Daryl Morey’s tweet on Hong Kong
By Harley Kock
The thing about the NBA and China situation is that it’s not a basketball issue. It never has been and never will be. The problem is sports writers and sports TV analysts are commenting on a situation that they have little to no knowledge of.
The 3 Most Influential Athletes who took a stand for Social Justice.
Several African-American athletes who have advocated heavily for social justice
Whether it be the Black Lives Matter movement, protests against the Vietnam war, protests against racial discrimination and most recently, tensions between China and the NBA, sports athletes have been very effective at causing social change.
Racism is the belief in the superiority of one race over another. Racism in the form of discrimination persists in society. It is one of the major issues which occurs at many different levels in certain fields. In sports, racism is happening more often, also becoming a much bigger problem.
Throughout the course of the 2018-2019 NBA season, more so in the playoffs; athletes, fans and coaches seemed to have a problem with Drakes “antics.” But was it really too much?
From heckling at any player on the court that was not apart of the Toronto Raptors to actually giving Raptors head coach Nick Nurse a shoulder massage on the sidelines, Drake was able to poke fun at everyone in the NBA.