|Riders Opt for Indoors, No Wind|
|Written by Les Lazaruk|
|Thursday, 18 October 2012 05:40|
The Saskatchewan Roughriders opted to practice indoors yesterday. Head coach Corey Chamblin said it was going to be too windy to get any real work done on the field, and so inside they went! Chamblin added it seemed like a good decision. Once again, left tackle Xavier Fulton did not practice because of an undisclosed injury. Chamblin said he could play Saturday against Montreal. The three injured amigos on the defensive line were in pads again with only Mick Williams still questionable. Punter Chris Milo won't suit up Saturday while defensive back Milt Collins is doubtful with a wrist injury, meaning James Patrick will play on the corner and Canadian Craig Butler gets another start at safety. Plus, Saskatoon Hilltops' grad Graig Newman was on the sidelines with an undisclosed injury. CJWW's comprehensive broadcast of the Riders and Alouettes begins at Noon Saturday with pre-game talk, followed by play-by-play at 1:30 and winding up with complete post-game analysis.