On Fri, 24 Sep 2004 20:20:43 -0500, "Glen Hallick"
>> On Fri, 24 Sep 2004 10:11:51 -0500, "Glen Hallick"
>> Good cost control guys are okay with me, I've worked with business
>> process consultants and seen some pretty good results ... but adding
>> someone to a football org that says they don't really need a 3rd QB is
>> thick as a brick.
>I've seen where deep cuts have resulted in diminishing the quality of the
>product thereby making it tougher to bounce back.
Yea, I've seen departments and companies go down the tubes when
cost-cutters trimmed the 'inefficiencies'. If we notice in the next
Gades game that the defence is slow coming on the field because they
need the shoes from the offence ... we can tag this guy as a
>> Some sympathy and comment about Tillman - he's a good football guy,
>> lots of knowledge and comes across pretty personable. However, in
>> both his GM jobs there's been some weak edge. Other execs around him
>> don't seem to be cautious enough about jerking his chain.
>Hey maybe with Shawn Coates leaving the Bombers in couple of weeks to become
>the CFL's Director of Football Operations, maybe Tillman can take Coatsie's
>old job of Media and Public relations director! :-)
Nah, Tillman will be back at the TSN desk in Toronto for another
stint. The article mentioned something about illness in the family.