The Hamilton Tiger-Cats are the result of a merger between the Hamilton Tigers and Hamilton Wildcats in 1950. For the first forty years, the “Ticats” were a model franchise in the league and only failed to make the playoffs three times. They have won the Grey Cup a total of eight times with their last coming in 1999. Since that time, the Tiger-Cats have struggled mightily having only four winning seasons and setting a CFL record for futility with their one-win season in 2003.
The Tiger-Cats have recently been resurgent however and both their fans and bettors look forward to seeing them on top of the mountain again.
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2014 marked the Tiger-Cats’ move to their brand new stadium, the Tim Hortons Field after 62 years in the iconic Ivor Wynne Stadium. It was also when they acquired quarterback, Zach Collaros from the Toronto Argonauts. They went unbeaten in their new arena for the season. A year prior, Grey Cup-winning coach, Kent Austin took over the franchise and has been a catalyst in their turnaround. 1999 is the last time the Ticats have won the Grey Cup but they came close in 2014.
The Tiger-Cats have rivalries with both their provincial neighbors, the Argonauts and the Alouettes. The Ticats play the Argos during the annual Labour Day Classic usually in Hamilton and all-time they are 31-15 against the Argos. In the playoffs however it’s a different story as the Argos have beaten the Ticats 10 games to seven. The Ticats have more success against the Alouettes especially in the playoffs where they are unbeaten against them (6-0) since 1996.
Zach Collaros was looking like the best QB in the CFL before a knee injury took him out for the rest of 2015. If he returns healthy and picks up where he left off the Ticats are poised to dominate again. The team finished the regular season on a decline but despite a 10-8 record they led the league in point differential at +139 and also finished first in offense and third in defense.
The Tiger-Cats may again be headed back to the Grey Cup especially with the return of Collaros and recent acquisition of 2012 Most Outstanding Player, Chad Owens who set a pro football-record for all-purpose yards. Along with most of their key players returning, anything short of another Grey Cup appearance may be a disappointment.