The point is Khari - is that if actually have to have "talent" at that spot to use it. I'm not sure MTL can say that right now based on last year and of course the seasons since AC retired.
If he designs an offence that works for his QB so be it. If not, he'll not last.
“I’m going to come in fresh and feeling good about whoever we have at quarterback,” Jones said. “We’re going to make it work. As a quarterback, if nothing else, I was known for getting the ball into the end zone.
“I know there’s more than one way to get it done. Use the talent we have. If a guy shows me he can do something, I want to use that to our advantage and not necessarily rely on a system.”
My days in Tahsis itself were '66-'70 (off and on) and '71 in Gold River where I worked in the Wood Room. I did that there only because I needed to get to Vancouver more frequently than the sawmill allowed. Loved the sawmill - not so much the Woodroom were all we did was chip logs. I started SFU in Jan'69 and worked two summers for Tahsis Co. Those were the glory days of the lumber industry.
Hambone wrote: ↑Thu Jan 04, 2018 11:55 amAnother Tahsis ex-pat Toppy. Having spent 23 years either going to school or working just over the mountains in Woss I'm well aware of Tahsis. I played hockey for Vernon Camp for a couple years. We had a couple Tahsis guys on the team. Eventually they put together their own team the Tahsis Road Warriors. I got picked up by them a couple of times for tournaments and often played against them in tournaments in Gold River or other north island locations. My brother is a Woods Manager for Nootka Sound Timber at their Kendrick Arm camp on Nootka Island. When they travel to camp for their 14 day shifts they launch out of Tahsis. Since relocating to PG and spending a lot of time in sawmills all over BC I frequently run across guys who worked in Tahsis in the 80s and 90s. On my current project with Interfor I've been working with the Maintenance Planner at Interfor in Castlegar who spent a few years at the Tahsis mills. The Interfor contact I had who put me in touch with the Project Manager for this work was also in Tahsis back in the day.