Trey bien!

IAN BUSBY -- Calgary Sun

, Last Updated: 8:17 AM ET

The Calgary Stampeders' recent special-teams blunders won't cost the coach his job this season.

Despite allowing four punt-return touchdowns in four games, Matt Dunigan said yesterday he has no plans to remove Trey Junkin from his job as special-teams co-ordinator.

Instead, the GM-head coach will change the players and not the system if play doesn't improve.

"Trey can't go out there and make the blocks for them or make the tackles for them," said Dunigan, a day after losing 49-24 to the Toronto Argonauts.

"That's a commitment they have to make. Coach Junkin is doing a tremendous job and he's brought a tremendous amount of excitement and a mentality. We just have to have that excitement team in and team out."

In each of the last four games, the Stamps have allowed a punt return for a touchdown.

Argos returner Bashir Levingston took back a Clinton Greathouse boot 85 yards in the fourth quarter Wednesday to help seal the win.

Then on the opening kickoff of the second half, Arland Bruce III brought the ball back 55 yards to the Calgary 32-yard line.

On the touchdown, Argos defensive back Orlando Steinauer laid a massive block on long-snapper Bill Chamberlain to spring Levingston.

No one was there to back up Chamberlain but Dunigan won't blame his assistant.

"Everybody has to do their job," Dunigan said. "Trey can't do that for them.

"All he can do is put them in good situations and they have to go out there and consistently produce. They haven't been able to do that and it's frustrating.

"We may not have as good guys as we think ... It's not a concern at all from the direction of the coaching."


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