Tiger-Cats make last practice a short one before Grey Cup

The Canadian Press
11/23/2013 3:31:02 PM
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REGINA -- The Hamilton Tiger-Cats made their last practice ahead of Grey Cup a short one.

The Ticats spent no more than half a hour Saturday on the chilly Mosaic Stadium field where the temperature was minus-16 and felt like minus-25.

The forecast is better for Sunday's kickoff at minus-three or four.

The Eastern champions have plenty of motivation. They are the underdog going into the game and they feel that they have been ignored in the local love-in for the hometown Roughriders.

Quarterback Henry Burris says the team is dialed in and ready to go.

Kent Austin (Photo: The Canadian Press)


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