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VANCOUVER - A split-second decision. Santiago Casilla Jersey . A fluttering penalty flag. Lives changed.The Ticats had plenty of chances to win the 102nd Grey Cup on Sunday. But people will point to the illegal block by Hamilton linebacker Taylor Reed that negated a 90-yard Brandon Banks punt return with just 35 seconds remaining as the turning point.The electric return would have put the Ticats ahead. Instead they lost 20-16 to the Calgary Stampeders, feeling the pain of a Grey Cup defeat for a second year in a row.Asked about the key play, Hamilton coach Kent Austin stopped just short of pointing the finger at the officials. Instead he managed to talk in pointed generalities, saying he was on record on what needs to be done to improve a lot of areas in this league. And I will take it up behind the scenes.But it can get a lot better in a lot of different areas, he added. We can get better as a league. We can. And we should, we need to.It changes lives. Its importantBanks wasnt talking. Wearing gold headphones around is neck, he stormed out of the Hamilton locker-room as the media waited to get in. Several reporters tried to get a comment, but he kept moving. He just looked back and said: I aint talking to nobody.A free agent, the five-foot-seven 149-pounders future is up in the air.It marked the second week in a row Banks had had a punt return for touchdown called back. The difference was that last week he ran two more in during a 40-24 win over the Montreal Alouettes in the Eastern final.Reed, to his credit, faced the music.I didnt make my block, he said. I made it close enough that they called a penalty on it. Thats 100 per cent my fault.Ive got to be better than that, he added.The block came just feet from Banks at the Hamilton 20-yard line, although it seems unlikely Calgary linebacker Karl McCarthey would have laid a hand on the speedy kick returner. Reed appears to get one hand on the shoulder and the other on the back, sending the Stampeder flying.McCarthey got up, his hands raised in the air looking for the flag.There was sympathy from Stamps star running back Jon Cornish.Brandon Banks, an amazing returner, but youre depending on your blockers, and when your blocker doesnt block correctly it sucks, he said. Its one of the worst feelings, because I know it firsthand.It would have changed the game — won the game for them ... but it didnt, he added.Asked again about the play, Austin said he couldnt comment.You know I cant answer that. And quite frankly Im not in a position right now to answer that. Thats the honest truth. I have to look at the play. I havent reviewed it. I havent looked at it on film.But I know a lot of things happen on special teams in this league. A lot of things. Some get called, some dont get called. Almost every single play on special teams, a lot of stuff happen. I will say that. Austin also gave credit to Calgary and said his team didnt make enough plays. It needed to get better. But he said the loss will haunt him.It will stay with me the rest of my life. For the rest of my life. Just like last year, he said. I hate losing. Just like everybody in that locker-room.The Hamilton dressing-room was like a funeral home. A feisty one. One player, his language blue, yelled at a cameraman to get his lens away, cursing. A teammate quickly told him to dial it down.There was shock and pain. For a time, the Ticats had seemed like the team of destiny after rebounding from a 1-6 start to finish first in the East with a 9-9 record.They outscored Calgary 9-3 in a second half that saw the Stamps defence bend but did not break.To lose like that after thinking we won was very tough. Shattering, said Hamilton offensive lineman Peter Dyakowski.Knowing that all we needed was one play. And then not getting that one play was really tough, he added.Quarterback Zach Collaros got stronger as the game wore on, using his mobility to keep plays alive as Stampeders swarmed him.I dont think we played a bad game, he said. We just didnt score the touchdowns.Austin shared his players hurt. But he saw the bigger picture.Sometimes things dont work out. Welcome to the game of life, said Austin. Its not always going to go our way.___Follow @NeilMDavidson on Twitter Ryon Healy Jersey .500 ball against teams with winning records, so they needed a huge lift from somebody Tuesday night in a matchup of division leaders. Catfish Hunter Jersey . Thornton emerged as one of the leagues best defensive ends against the run in 2013. The former undrafted free agent from Division II Southern Arkansas led Philadelphias linemen with 78 tackles and had one sack. http://www.authenticbaseshopathletics.com/Reggie-Jackson-Jersey/ . With the team he supported as a child on the verge of reaching the Champions League semifinals for the first time in 19 years, Ba instead scored the goal that knocked them out. TOKYO -- Canada is down 2-1 to Japan in its best-of-five World Group Davis Cup series following a doubles match loss on Saturday. Torontos Daniel Nestor and Frank Dancevic of Niagara Falls, Ont., fell to Japans Kei Nishikori and Yasutaka Uchiyama 6-3, 7-6 (3), 4-6, 6-4. Both teams made player substitutions prior to the match as Dancevic went in for Vancouvers Vasek Pospisil, who is still recovering from a back injury. Nishikori subbed in for Yuichi Sugita on the Japanese side. The match marked the first time Dancevic and Nestor had played together in three years. "I thought those guys came out really strong and we really didnt take advantage of our chances," said Canadian captain Martin Laurendeau. "The guys fought really hard and it was really a matter of a few points." The Canadian pair got out to an early lead in the second set but Japan broke back to force the tiebreak, and capitalized to take a two-set advantage before Nestor and Dancevic captured the third set. Marcus Semien Jersey. For Nestor, the loss was only his eighth in Davis Cup doubles play in his entire 22-year career representing Canada. It was also the first loss for Dancevic and Nestor as a pair, who entered the contest undefeated together with a 3-0 record. Canada is currently ranked No. 7 on the Davis Cup Nations ranking while Japan sits at No. 12. Japan owns a 5-0 record against Canada in Davis Cup action, but the two countries had not played each other since 1938 prior to this tournament. Dancevic will play World No. 18 Nishikori in a must-win singles match on Sunday. If a fifth and final match is needed, Peter Polansky of Thornhill, Ont., will face Go Soeda, also on Sunday. The nations split their opening pair of first-round singles matches on Friday, with Nishikori defeating Polansky in straight sets 6-4, 6-4, 6-4, before Canada pulled even on the strength of Dancevics 6-4, 7-6 (2), 6-1 victory over Soeda. Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' '

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