Calgary Stampeders News Roundup for July 17, 2014

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    Calgary Stampeders News Roundup for July 17, 2014

    Coach Hufnagel comments

    Coach Hufnagel gives injury updates on Cornish, Raymond, Mayo and Lewis and talks about Hamilton RB C.J. Gable.

    The Breakdown: The flea-flicker
    A direct snap to Jock Sanders, a lateral to Bo Levi Mitchell and a 58-yd TD strike to Anthony Parker. The players break down their beautiful flea-flicker play from the July 12 game in Toronto.

    Stamps D-line preparing for challenge from Hamilton QB Masoli

    The 2014 Hamilton Tiger-Cats present a new challenge for the Calgary Stampeders’ defence in the form of young quarterback Jeremiah Masoli, a mystery to some but not to others.
    “I think he’s a pretty good quarterback,” submitted defensive end Shawn Lemon. “I was with him for about a year in Edmonton. He did all our scout team stuff for us. I know what he’s capable of. He brings a different dynamic to the game, as far as the zone read game, and he has a pretty good arm as well. I’ve seen him in a comfortable system in Edmonton so I know what he’s capable of doing.” Stampeders line preparing/10036433/story.html

    Stamps notes: Cornish gets in 15 minutes of action on practice field
    The good news is Jon Cornish was out on the practice field on Wednesday morning for about 15 minutes or so. But that would be the extent of his involvement as the Calgary Stampeders’ running back continues with the concussion protocol after being cold-cocked in Game 1 by Montreal’s Kyries Hebert.
    “Jon came out for individuals, which was the plan, and then he shut it down,” explained head coach/GM John Hufnagel. “Hopefully he’s full go for the next game.” Stampeders notes Cornish/10036446/story.html

    Stampeders linebacker Glenn Love familiar with Ticats running back C.J. Gable
    When Glenn Love throws on the film of the Hamilton Tiger-Cats, he has a pretty good of what they want to do.
    When he sees Tabbies running back C.J. Gable, he has an even better idea.
    Making his first CFL start Friday night at McMahon Stadium for the Calgary Stampeders, you'll have to forgive the 6-foot-4, 225-lb. weakside linebacker if he starts thinking he's back in Los Angeles, and the balmy Calgary weather has nothing to do with it.

    Stampeders running back Jon Cornish out for Friday night's game against Hamilton Tiger-Cats
    For the second straight week, the Calgary Stampeders will try to replace the MOP.
    After failing to make it onto the practice field for any team work this week, running back Jon Cornish (concussion) has been ruled out of Friday’s Week 4 clash with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats at McMahon Stadium (8 p.m., TSN, News Talk 770), forcing the Stamps to devise yet another gameplan without their focal point.

    Stamps Notebook- Linebacker Maalik Bomar active this week against the Hamilton Tiger-Cats
    Not a whole lot is being asked of Maalik Bomar.
    But that doesn't make the 23-year-old Calgary Stampeders rookie's opportunity any less important.
    Thanks to the injuries to linebackers Deron Mayo (hamstring) and Keon Raymond (thigh), the Cincinnati product is expected to come off the practice roster this week to help fill the void.

    Three things to watch for in TiCats game
    The Stampeders host the Hamilton Tiger Cats on Friday night. Hamilton is off to a dreadful 0-and-2 start and never plays well at McMahon Stadium. However, there are some things that the Stamps need to do, to ensure a victory.

    How I got the nick name “Torpedo”
    This is the second blog of a two part blog. Last blog, I told the story of a game I played in against the Winnipeg Blue Bombers and I described how one of the Winnipeg Blue Bomber offensive lineman had the audacity to grab my[email protected]$&*^ at the bottom of a pile after a fumble. I indicated that I would describe in this blog how I “got even” with “Johnnie I Like to Squeeze”. So, here is the rest of the story.
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