In the NFL the record amassed by the BC Lions would be a cause for concern. Thankfully for Travis Lulay and company, they compete in a much smaller league where more teams make the post-season and it’s much easier to make up ground in the standings.
The 2013 BC Lions are still a confounding team.
The most consistent thing about their play has been the problems...
Yes, I know
Travis Lulay needs to step up and make use of the offensive weapons available to him. Yes, I’m also aware that Solomon Elimimian and Adam Bighill are superstars at the linebacker position.
I’m also well aware that the only B.C. kicker to have a better career than Paul McCallum was the original Vancouver “Lu”.
Set all of that aside for a moment. What did we learn...
Responding to failure measures a coach’s success
There are many ways to measure whether a coach is successful or not.
Some people prefer to go with the simple method of counting championships.
This is really a measure of team success, and may not accurately indicate whether a coach is a net positive or negative.
Other people may prefer to assess the talent of a given team, and...
The Orange-clad warriors
Even when the regular season seemed so easy, it was the BC Lions record breaking defence that stumbled late in the season.
But not bringing home a Grey Cup is no reason to cast aside a notable season. I’m just excited for what this group can do next year after a full off-season of pent-up aggression.
This will be the only column where no “D” is a...