and why McCowan was able to step in and perform. It's a long article about a league, a team and a coach that people here won't have much interest in, but there are some nuggets buried in it that provide hints to the Bears' current success and the future. It contains one of the better descriptions of what it means to have a 'quarterback friendly' offence. The abridged version: Milanovitch was Trestman's OC in Montreal and now the HC in Toronto. He took Trestman's offensive schemes and instilled them in the Argos. The Argos had been the CFL version of the Bears, a team that relied on its D to win with a history of bad management, drafts, QBs and coaches. Milanovitch inherited a team that was full of holes and bereft of veteran leadership. http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Football/CFL/Toronto/2012/06/06/19842231.html This was written before the 100th grey Cup that was to be played in Toronto. After a slow start to the season, the Argos achieved their Hollywood ending. Now if the Bears can do the same . . . BTW, if Milanovitch wins another cup, look for him to be the next CFL HC to be swiped by the NFL.