When he is mouthing off on Twitter, leading to one of USports most respected coaches (who is a former CFL GM) being pretty uncomplimentary toward him, you know they guy is probably trouble. The CFL took the high road and did nothing but compliment him after he trashed the league. Danny Maciocia didn't quite take the high road, but I respect his knowledge of the game enough to believe that if he thinks the guy's ideas about running a CFL team are terrible, they probably are.

One of the reasons the Als are in the state they are is that the owners son thought he knew more than everyone else in the room. The Als need an ownership group that'll put a good football person in charge and let them handle that side of things, while they fix the business side. They don't need someone who thinks he is a GM and wants to play fantasy football with his new team.