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Vols In The CFL Update (8/21)

Last week saw the match up of former UT wide receiver Jermaine Copeland (1995-98) and former defensive back Jonathan Hefney (2004-07) as the Hamilton Tiger Cats traveled halfway across the country to face off with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers.

Hefney is now a strong-side linebacker for the Blue Bombers while Copeland is the receivers coach for the Tiger Cats after an 11-year CFL career.

The younger CFL Vol had a stellar game helping the Blue Bombers to their second win of the season racking up four tackles and his first sack of the season. Hefney now has 30 tackles on the year.

Hefney said after the game he had only one regret about his sack. "It was fun but (Burris) kind of ducked on me so I didn't get to hit him all the way," Hefney said. "Still, I'll always take a sack."

Winnipeg 32, Hamilton 25 Recap



Tennessee has two former Vols on the Calgary Stampeders in Demonte' Bolden and Demetrice Morley. Just as Bolden played in his first game of the season the last time out against Toronto, Morely went on the 9-game injured list.

In a 22-14 loss against the Argonauts, Bolden picked up four tackles and a sack. Bolden's sack went for eight yards


Calgary’s Demonte Bolden sacks Toronto QB Ricky Ray, one of the few highlights in Saturday’s 22-14 loss.

Canada.com: Bolden's long wait to play again finally appears over
The Globe and Mail: Toronto, Calgary in Photos

NEXT TIME OUT
Thursday, August 23
Copeland and the Tiger Cats head to Montreal for a 7:30 p.m. meeting with the Alouettes

Friday, August 24
Hefney and the Blue Bombers play host to the BC Lions at 7 p.m.

Saturday, August 25
Bolden, Morley and the Stampeders head to Saskatchewan for a Saturday afternoon matinee against the Riders

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