Grey Cup talk from coaches Austin and Chamblin

Corey Chamblin, the Saskatchewan Roughriders head coach, and Austin, the Hamilton Tiger Cats head coach, spoke to national media Wednesday morning.

Grey Cup coaches Corey Chamblin and Kent Austin talk about the big game

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Corey Chamblin, the Saskatchewan Roughriders head coach, and Austin, the Hamilton Tiger Cats head coach, spoke to national media Wednesday morning.

"We're good enough to be in it, we're good enough to win it," Chamblin said, describing the message he's giving his players. 

"What that means is we've done everything possible to get here. It's time for two good teams to play on the football field, and for it to be decided now on the football field. Not in the media."

The Ti-Cats landed in Regina Tuesday night and Austin is already telling his players they have to get used to the weather. 

"If you looked at the reaction of our players coming off the plane and the terminal and the walk to the bus, you would understand exactly why we need to be in the weather today," Austin explained why he chose to have practice outside Wednesday. 

Austin expects his team will be ready for any type of weather on Sunday.

The Riders will practice indoors this afternoon in Moose Jaw.

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