Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Head Coach Kent Austin Takes in a Different View of Ticats Loss to Stampeders

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Head Coach Kent Austin Takes in a Different View of Ticats Loss to Stampeders

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Coach Austin watches Ticats loss from spotter's box

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HAMILTON - Hamilton head coach Kent Austin had a bird's-eye view of his team's loss to Calgary on Saturday evening, after being suspended for one game from the sidelines by the CFL. He wasn't a fan of his seat.

"I didn't like it much," Austin said after the Stampeders beat his Tiger-Cats 36-17 at Tim Hortons Field.

"It is what it is. We move on ... Every game is a playoff game for us. That's the way I see it. So we're going to have to play really good football to get into the playoffs."

Austin, who was disciplined by the league for physical contact with a referee in Saskatchewan the previous week, watched the game from the spotter's box on the seventh floor. He had a headset and was in constant contact with the quarterback and coaches on the sideline.

Hamilton quarterback Jeremiah Masoli, who played the entire second half when Zach Collaros didn't return due to an "upper-body injury", said the absence of Austin on the sideline made no sizeable difference. …

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