Canadians didn’t realize how tainted Art Briles’ name has become across the border. Scott Mitchell, the CEO of the Canadian Football League’s Hamilton Tiger-Cats, explained Tuesday why his team felt pressured to walk back Briles’ hiring just 11 hours after naming him an assistant offensive coach. “Most of the tsunami of negativity started in the...
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