Report: Rich Stubler is not Alouettes next head coach

Just as soon as Rich Stubler was thought to be in the running for the Alouettes head coach he was deemed out of it, according to Montreal Gazette reporter Herb Zurkowsky.

The 68-year-old is coming off hip surgery.

Stubler has been a defensive coordinator for the Ticats, Argos, Eskimos and Stampeders. He was a head coach for one year in Toronto going 4-6 during the 2008 season before he was let go.

He helped Toronto during free agency before being relieved of his duties with the Argos when Jim Popp and Marc Trestman came in. Stubler was paid by the Argos for the rest of the 2017 season.


4 Comments on Report: Rich Stubler is not Alouettes next head coach

  1. Ivan Diablo // December 19, 2017 at 4:37 pm //

    aaawwwwwwwww the cfl east is better for stubler NOT being montreal head coach

  2. If the announcement is tomorrow, no one has leaked it yet. I am predicting Andrew Wetenhall is taking the job himself.

  3. Good call. He’s not a HC, but he may have some gas left in the tank as DC …. I hope.

  4. Stub getting a little long in the tooth as they say but may have a couple more good years in him as a DC. Has done well MOST of the time as a DC. Would like to see him end his career on a winning note if he gets the Als DC job.

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