Tiger-Cats doing just fine using multiple QBs

Hamilton Tiger-Cats quarterback Henry Burris throws a pass against the Montreal Alouettes during...

Hamilton Tiger-Cats quarterback Henry Burris throws a pass against the Montreal Alouettes during the East semifinal in Guelph, November 10, 2013. (REUTERS/Mark Blinch)

TERRY KOSHAN, QMI Agency

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HAMILTON - Controversy? Tension? Unrest?

The Hamilton Tiger-Cats, who had one victory in the first five games of the 2013 Canadian Football League regular season, find themselves one victory away from participating in the 101st Grey Cup.

So what’s this about turmoil at the quarterback position, a notion that has been floated in some circles?

Henry Burris doesn’t take every snap because Ticats general manager/head coach Kent Austin has devised schemes to make backup Dan LeFevour just as valuable. And it’s working, considering the Ticats are rolling with five wins in their past six games.

“Everybody keeps bringing it up ... listen, Henry is as good a guy as I have ever coached,” Austin said.


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