Argos sport new look after East final loss last season

Toronto Argonauts coach Scott Milanovich announces his 2014 coaching staff in Toronto, March 18,...

Toronto Argonauts coach Scott Milanovich announces his 2014 coaching staff in Toronto, March 18, 2014. (DAVE ABEL/QMI Agency)

Frank Zicarelli, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 12:22 AM ET

TORONTO - From defending Grey Cup champions to a team in makeover mode, the Argos have gone through quite a transition from a year ago to this point in time.

Virtually everything will be new on defence, beginning with a new co-ordinator in Tim Burke, a new philosophy, new schemes, new personnel.

Not much will be new on offence where everyone knows the ball will be in Ricky Ray’s hands. The future hall-of-famer is entering his third season in Double Blue, but is coming off a season in which Toronto’s offence scored zero second-half points in the East final.

No one is sure who will take handoffs from Ray out of the backfield, who will line up where on the line of scrimmage and how will some of the team’s aging receiving weapons hold up to the grind that is the CFL’s 18-game regular season.

Head coach Scott Milanovich is anxious to make right all that would go wrong in the final 30 minutes of the Argos’ loss to the Ticats last fall.


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