Who says they’re no good at football in Canada?
Actually, I don’t think anyone says that, because I don’t think I’ve ever heard anyone say anything about Canadian football at all. But if someone did say that, Ben Cahoon, slotback for the Montreal Alouettes, would’ve just proved them wrong.
The defensive back on the play, though, would have sort of proved them right. That guy held the football against his head through the entire catch, and he couldn’t pry it loose? Come on, man, you’re better than that. Maybe.
Cahoon played college ball at BYU, and has been in the CFL since. He was the CFL’s “Most Outstanding Canadian” title in 2002 and 2003, despite being born in Utah. You’re welcome, Canada.
Gracias, With Leather.