Monday, September 6, 2010

Tigercat Game Day: Labour Day Edition

On the offensive line, the depth chart lists pretty much the same line as the past few games, Gauthier and import Johnson as the tackles, Dyakowski and Rottier as the guards and Hage as the centre.

Mann and Bruce are the starting wideouts, with McDaniel and non-import Stala as the slots. No Americans listed as backup receivers.

Glenn has the controls, with Cobb as running back and non-import Brown as the fullback. So that's six Canadians on offense.

A little different on the defensive line, with Hickman and McIntyre as the ends, with Bolden and non-import Kirk in the middle. Long backs up.

Knowlton, Floyd and Johnson are the linebackers.

Bradley and Tisdale are the cornerbacks, with Dennis and Shivers as the defensive backs and the non-import Barker is the starting safety. So that's two non-imports starting on defense and eight total, one above the minimum.

For the Argos on the defensive line, import and Twitterer Rob Murphy and Mac grad Chris Van Zeyl are the tackles, with Gagne-Marcoux and Robertson as the guards and Picard as the centre.

Robinson and Owens are the receivers, with Lucas and Rideau as the slots. Boyd is listed as the runningback/fullback with non-import York product Durie as running back/slotback. Quarterback? Lemon Party all the way.

Buzbee and Flemons are the defensive ends with Huntley and Taylor in the middle.

The linebackers are Younger, non-import and Mac product Pottinger and non-import Eiben.

The corners are Middlebrooks and Parker. McCollough and Shell are the defensive backs with Pile as the safety. So two Canadians on defense and seven total.

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