Discussion in 'Calgary Stampeders Talk' started by Tundra Mustang, Jul 9, 2012.
Glenn gears up
Glenn no ordinary backup
A great opportunity to avenge last year's east semi loss and our season opener all in one. glad it's a short week.
Well, the odds certainly favour your boys, don't they?
Your opposition's starter has a "broken wing", the team is playing a short week on less rest than the Als have had, they're away from home on as extended a "road trip" as the CFL has to offer, they'll be playing in front of a hostile and vengeance-bent crowd in Montreal, and they've no doubt been lured into all the dens of inequity that your "major eastern cities" (in the form of Kingston) have to offer.
I mean if the Alouettes can't win this game, when can they win?
Looks to me as though the Als have the Stampeders "exactly where they want them..."
Say...where exactly is it that I've heard that phrase before....?
that was hank burris' line and he ain't there no mo. neither is their best canadian.
at least we won the cup once at home. calgary now 0 fer 4. consolation: so are the esks thanks to us.
That was John Hufnagel.
And last time I checked...
Really? Sounds more like something Henry would have said. Oh well.
AC skipped practice this morning. Guess he wants to stay nice and fresh.
It lives on in posterity...
...lest we (or you) should ever forget...
Funny thing is how it only worked that one time.
Oh dear, looks like AC is doubtful for thursday. Sore left arm. Getting an MRI today. Looks like Huf's speech might come in handy after all.
What's funny about it, Doovie? :huh:
How many times does one have to win a single battle?
As far as I know, the league awarded only one Grey Cup in 2008.
Looks to me that the speech worked just fine the "one time" it was needed...
it didn't carry over to the 2009 west final in saskatchewan or the 2011 west semi in edmonton but I guess it only works at a grey cup game. so pray you play the argos when you get there in....lessee.....20 weeks.
of course in 2010 Miller didn't even need to make that speech