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1974 Hamilton Tiger-Cats season

1974 Hamilton Tiger-Cats season
Head coach Jerry Williams
Home field Ivor Wynne Stadium
Results
Record 7–9
Division place 3rd, East
Playoff finish Lost Eastern Semi-Finals
Team MOP Andy Hopkins
Team MOC Tony Gabriel
Team MOR George Campbell
Timeline
Previous season Next season
< 1973 1975 >

The 1974 Hamilton Tiger-Cats season was the 17th season for the team in the Canadian Football League and their 25th overall. The Tiger-Cats finished in 3rd place in the East division with a 7–9 record, but lost the East Semi-Finals to the Ottawa Rough Riders. In 1974, Tony Gabriel had a career year as he caught 61 passes for 795 yards to lead the East in pass receiving. It was also Gabriel's last season in Hamilton. Hamilton sent Gabriel to the Ottawa Rough Riders at the end of the season because Gabriel suggested that the players should get a raise when the East increased the number of games played from 14 to 16 in 1974.

Regular season

Season Standings

Eastern Football Conference
Team GP W L T PF PA Pts
Montreal Alouettes 16 9 5 2 339 271 20
Ottawa Rough Riders 16 7 9 0 261 271 14
Hamilton Tiger-Cats 16 7 9 0 279 313 14
Toronto Argonauts 16 6 9 1 281 314 13

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Season schedule

Week Date Opponent Final Score Record
1 July 24 at Montreal Alouettes 20–12 0–1
2 July 30 Toronto Argonauts 29–22 1–1
3 Aug 6 at Ottawa Rough Riders 30–25 1–2
4 Aug 14 at Toronto Argonauts 17–6 1–3
5 Aug 20 Montreal Alouettes 11–7 2–3
5 Aug 25 at Montreal Alouettes 29–10 2–4
6 Sept 2 Ottawa Rough Riders 11–10 3–4
7 Sept 7 at Ottawa Rough Riders 16–10 4–4
8 Sept 11 Calgary Stampeders 27–0 5–4
9 Sept 18 Saskatchewan Roughriders 23–10 6–4
10 Sept 25 at Edmonton Eskimos 31–29 6–5
10 Sept 29 at BC Lions 32–10 6–6
11 Oct 6 Ottawa Rough Riders 33–21 6–7
12 Oct 14 Winnipeg Blue Bombers 19–12 6–8
14 Oct 27 at Toronto Argonauts 19–11 6–9
15 Nov 3 Toronto Argonauts 26–24 7–9

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Post-season

Game Date Opponent Final Score
Eastern Semi-Final Nov 10 at Ottawa Rough Riders 21–19
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Awards and honours

CFL All-Stars

References

  1. ^ http://www.cfl.ca/standings/1974/reg
  2. ^ a b http://www.profootballarchives.com/1974cflham.html
  3. ^ http://www.ticats.ca/page/history_hof
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