Ticats' LeFevour showcasing his versatility

Hamilton Ticats' Dan LeFevour on the run against the Ottawa Redblacks on July 26, 2014. (Craig...

Hamilton Ticats' Dan LeFevour on the run against the Ottawa Redblacks on July 26, 2014. (Craig Robertson/Toronto Sun/QMI Agency)

MIKE GANTER, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 11:30 PM ET

Last season, Dan LeFevour would come into a game and change the pace.

A year later, or at least the past three games, it’s been LeFevour who has had to adjust his game. It’s the difference between starting and coming off the bench and while it’s the same game, it’s a vastly different approach.

LeFevour was highly effective in the latter role a season ago, coming in for Henry Burris on short yardage and sometimes just to give the Ticats ground game a more versatile look. He was a constant threat to run through a defence and gave head coach Kent Austin’s offence an alternative look that kept opposing defences guessing.

As effective as he was running the football in that capacity, LeFevour is proving this year, in the absence of the Zach Collaros, that he can throw the ball pretty well, too.


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