Popp: 'This team never quit'
Despite coming away from the Regina game with eight injuries, Als' head coach and GM Jim Popp wasn't about the use the injury bug as an excuse.
Popp said the Alouettes never quit, but acknowledged that they let one slip away Saturday afternoon against the Riders.
"We made too many mistakes down the stretch," said Popp.
Popp answered your questions tonight in the Locker Room on the "Als' This Week" segment, as the team now prepares for its next game Thursday, when the BC Lions are in town.
Popp said that the Als' should know more about quarterback Anthony Calvillo's situation after he sees the doctor tomorrow. Calvillo suffered a concussion early in the second quarter against the Riders.
The Als' gather for team meetings tomorrow as they begin a short week of practice. The loss against the Riders dropped the Als to 2-5 on the season.