Sideline shuffle sweeps CFL in *already* exciting off-season
The 103rd Grey Cup is barely in the books and the Canadian Football League is already undergoing a serious “sideline shuffle”.
• We have Dave Dickinson taking the reins in Calgary as Jon Hufnagel steps down as head coach.
• Defensive coordinator Rich Stubler bolts for Toronto where he won a Grey Cup in 2004.
• Jeff Tedford steps down as the BC Lions head coach prompting Wally Buono to head back to the sidelines for the first time since the Lions won the Grey Cup in 2011.
• George Cortez is done in BC, too…
• Don’t forget *Craig* Dickinson!
Per #CFL sources: Expect terrific Esks ST coach Craig Dickenson to move in 2016. Either to Calgary w/ his brother or Sask if Jones gets gig.— Arash Madani (@ArashMadani) December 2, 2015
• And this list doesn’t include the *rumoured* moves that could happen this season…
I think that’s it.
Oh, there were even rumours that Scott Milanovich would be off to the NCAA to be the head coach of the University of Maryland. DJ Durkin ended up getting hired so the Argos came out of that situation unscathed.
This is already a fun off-season…
– written by Travis Currah