Gable looks to reverse fortunes against Als

Running back C.J. Gable. (Craig Robertson/Toronto Sun/QMI Agency)

Running back C.J. Gable. (Craig Robertson/Toronto Sun/QMI Agency)

TERRY KOSHAN, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 8:34 PM ET

HAMILTON - C.J. Gable has made a name for himself in his first year in the Canadian Football League.

But against the Montreal Alouettes, the Hamilton Tiger-Cats running back -- revealed on Thursday as the East Division's most outstanding rookie, with teammate Marc Beswick taking most outstanding special teams player in the East -- has been just another guy in black and gold.

Central in Gable's thinking for the division semifinal on Sunday, when the Ticats play host to the Als in Guelph, is ensuring the visitors remember him well at the final gun.

"It's the only team I really haven't done anything (against), and it frustrates me when I go out there because I know what I am capable of doing," Gable said after the Ticats practised at McMaster University.

"I think sometimes I try to push it too much instead of taking my time and letting it happen. This time, I'm going to be poised and let everything happen and fall into place.


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