Riders' Corey Chamblin in running for coach of the year
Hamilton's Kent Austin, Calgary's John Hufnagel also get nod
Saskatchewan Roughriders coach Corey Chamblin has been nominated for CFL coach of the year for 2013.
In his second year as head coach of the Green and White, Chamblin's team (11-7) vanquished the Hamilton Tiger-Cats (10-8) at the 101st Grey Cup in Regina last November.
Ti-Cats coach Kent Austin is also among the nominees. Austin won the honour in 2007 with the Roughriders.
The third nominee, John Hufnagel of the Calgary Stampeders, helped his team put together the best record of the season, 14 wins and 4 losses.
The winner will be announced at the CFL's coach of the year luncheon Feb. 5 in Ottawa.
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