Fourth-String Masoli to Start East Final after Leads Ticats over Argos in Semi

By Phillips, Carol | The Canadian Press, November 15, 2015 | Go to article overview

Fourth-String Masoli to Start East Final after Leads Ticats over Argos in Semi


Phillips, Carol, The Canadian Press


Fourth-string Masoli leads Ticats over Argos

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HAMILTON - Jeremiah Masoli started the season fourth on the quarterback depth chart, but he will be leading the Hamilton Tiger-Cats into the CFL Eastern final.

The 27-year-old led the Ticats to a 25-22 victory over the Toronto Argonauts in the CFL East semifinal on Sunday and head coach Kent Austin didn't hesitate post-game to declare he would start next week against Ottawa.

"I can't say enough about him," said Austin. "The way he responded, how he handled the situation, not only during this week but during the game -- he handled it like a true pro."

It was not a pretty victory. Masoli had completed only five of 11 passes for 26 yards and an interception early into the third quarter when Austin pulled him out and replaced him with Jacory Harris for a couple of series. Austin said he wanted the stocky pivot to settle down and discuss the plan going forward.

The Ticats were down 18-6 when Masoli re-entered the game. He made all seven of his pass attempts from that point, including a 41-yard TD pass to Bakari Grant, and scored a TD on a one-yard run.

He finished the game 12 of 18 for 141 yards, one interception, one TD and one rushing TD. He also scrambled for 58 yards. …

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