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Thursday, May 31, 2007

TC Update

Timmy Chang talks about the competition at the pivot spot on the Hamilton Tiger-Cats.
While most observers might expect Maas and King to battle for the starter's job, don't rule out Chang. The former University of Hawaii pivot could be the dark horse. He is fluid, has quick feet, and throws a tight spiral.

Chang threw at the Ticat free-agent camp last Saturday and says Canadian football isn't that much different from the Hawaiian variety.

"It's very similar. The routes are the same, the concepts are the same. The field is just a little wider but that benefits us," he points out.

The 25-year-old doesn't want any part of a quarterback controversy either.

"They are all great guys. The quarterbacks just seem to be great guys, great friends. That's one thing off the field. And when we're on the field, we have to compete. We all know that. We're just hoping to try our best and put the team in better position to win games."
Below is part of an interview he gave at Ikei Performance, where he was training. He talks about the sacrifices he's made and all the hard work he's put in. Interspersed are some shots of him training.


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