Friday, August 14, 2009

What they are saying....

so this is what they wanted....a chance to atone for the 'mistake' they made by losing to us....hahahahaha come on man, you just got beat by a better team that day.

here it is...enjoy.

by the way..Damo hasn't played for Oakville in years..but thanks for making it seems as if we only got better with CFL guys and Oakville the way, we are all MARAUDERS , get it straight. why don't these guys ever do research would take 5 minutes to get some facts...oh well...lets go have some fun.

Steelers home to Milton in Round 2
Visitors feature receivers who played pro in the CFL
Posted By Randy Russon
Updated 2 days ago

Part of a seasonal session with sportswriter Randy Russon and Sault Steelers head coach Barry Rushon.

RUSSON: Well Coach, it's one down, two to go. The Steelers have taken the first step towards winning the Northern Football Conference championship with a 51-0 opening-round playoff win over the Kingston Privateers.

RUSHON: Exactly that Randy, a first step. The next game will be extremely tough as it now will be played against the upper echelon. All four remaining teams are capable of winning the NFC crown and it will come down to who can get their game on a roll with the confidence of all teammates and mesh this confidence with good, old- fashioned work ethic. The teams that can do this will be in the NFC title game.


RUSSON: I would think it'll be tougher from here on in. Fill us in on what can be expected from your second-round playoff opponent.

RUSHON: The Milton Marauders will be our opponent and they are a quality football team. They had the notoriety of being the only team to beat us this year so I know I speak for our players when I say we are glad to host them and get an opportunity to atone for our previous mistake. They are a well-balanced team that uses the run very well with George Baiden their main man carrying the ball on an average of 25 times per game. Their receiving corps has two all-stars in Josh Earls who has outstanding speed and Damian Hannaford who came over from the Oakville Longhorns when they folded this year. Their defense is led by all-star linebacker Craig Davoren who just may be the most physical linebacker in the league. We also have to be aware of their great special teams play as they have a couple of real burners in Earls and Jon Hood who spent some time playing pro in the Canadian Football League.


RUSSON: So it's another home playoff game this Saturday at Rocky DiPietro Field. Maybe some good weather for a change?

RUSHON: We have had just awful weather this year both at home and on the road. I hope that we can get some good weather for a change and we hope to see a good crowd out to cheer us on. The fans last Saturday were amazing and really good to see. The players really appreciate the support of our fans.

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