Video: Ticats coach June Jones, QB Jeremiah Masoli

Interviews wth Hamilton Tiger-Cats head coach June Jones and quarterback Jeremiah Masoli after Saturday’s 26-22 win over the Ottawa Redblacks.

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Drew Edwards

Drew Edwards is into his eighth season covering the CFL and the Ticats for the Hamilton Spectator. He is the founder and editor of 3DownNation.
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20 Comments on Video: Ticats coach June Jones, QB Jeremiah Masoli

  1. Jones definitely has a different demeanor than Austin… players are responding to it. Drew, where’s the interview of Masoli?

  2. Once again, a TC head coach who offers an insightful and sincere approach to answering questions posed by the media…so damn refreshing.

  3. Sure don’t miss the Austin post-game interviews although I would have to dig into the memory bank to remember one after a win – sometimes the post-game with Austin after a loss was uglier than the game.

  4. Different team different mindset different results .

  5. Life is sometimes simpler when you only have a single job hat to wear.

    When you’re in a situation like the Tiger cat players are facing right now, there needs to be calm and a straight forward direction.

    I had some concerns when June Jones was hired as the head coach. But I was excited for his offensive talents.

    But the serenity and the focus he’s brought to this team looks to be working.

    Here’s hoping the upward climb continues….

  6. Wow,Cats are 5 points out of 1st with 2 games in hand.This was the plan all along!

  7. Peter Griffin // September 10, 2017 at 10:57 am //

    This team is playing real smash-mouth football with a never give up attitude. The tackling and pass coverage is so much better. Wonder if Craig Butler’s new job might have something to do with that? With only 4 days rest it seemed the Cats ran out of gas a bit during the second half, but were determined to get the win no matter how tired they were. Kudos to the whole team and Coach Jones and his staff. Aultman is doing fine returning, but would be fun to see what the new guy (Quinn) can do. Jones does not seem like a keeper, and will likely sit once Andy F. gets back. The D will need to get ready for a pretty solid Sask. receiving core. This season is not done yet, and the Cats need to build momentum from every play, and every game to perhaps make it to the playoffs.

  8. Masoli finds a way to win.

  9. I'm a Troll // September 10, 2017 at 12:35 pm //

    Masoli is firmly entrenched as QB1. Collaros & his bloated contracted will soon be given a one way ticket outta TigerTown. What’s up with the Drew & his “have any last words” questioning in the above interviews … goofy … !!!

  10. It’s still only two games but bringing in Jones is proving to be a terrific decision.

    Someone in the other post-game thread mentioned the offense has still only played half-games for Jones. There is truth to this, they do need to learn to play 60 mins, but give credit to Ottawa’s defense as well — they adjusted and made some great plays in the second half (Reed in particular). But they’re making progress, and defense and special teams did put in full-game efforts.

    This team still has a long way to go but they seem to be building on success now, and confidence is running high again and that’s huge too.

    • While I agree they are making progress … the worrying part is that the lull and/or better adjustments by the opposing defense was a problem last year as well as this year.

      Throw in that I could see the bliz forming, Burris commented that a blitz should be anticipated yet there seemed to be no plan for the blitz that came.

      Hopefully with more time, this will get sorted out and/or plays will be added.

  11. I was really surprised that Coach Jones doesn’t like his QB to run. We all understand the risks but Masoli running is the real difference in the Offence. I really hope that it becomes part of the package. There must be less wear and tear running on designed plays than getting blindsided in the pocket. Plus Masoli is built like a linebacker.

  12. So far so good for the NEW TiCat HC and starting QB. Would be amazing to see them run the table with W’s all the way thru the grey cup. Time will tell.

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