The Ticats and Riders holding their first practices out in Saskatchewan today.
Hamilton opting to go outdoors and brave the cold -16 degree temeratures.
Head Coach Kent Austin doesnt feel the cold will be a negative factor for the cats. On Sunday the high in Regina is minus 1 with a low of minus 8.
Now while the cats were outdoors Saskatchewan went to Moose Jaw and practied inside.
Head Coach Cory Chamblin wanted to keep them focussed that’s why they are practicing away from the city and staying in a hotel.
When it comes to the game one key for Hamilton will be stopping Kory Sheets.
The big running back ran for 177 yards in the West final.
In two games against the Ticats this season Sheets put up 270 yards on the ground.
Coverage of the 101st grey cup begins Sunday at 5pm with the pregame show on CHML – kickoff is set for 6:30pm