On this week's show, Mike and Josh discuss another Ticats win, the slew of signings the Ticats made, the potential return of one Andy Fantuz, a pair of CFLers returning to Canada after attempts to make it in the NFL, CFL Week 2018 in Winnipeg and the size of CFL balls. Mike also hands out a Bozo of the Week award (Josh gives out one, too), they preview the Ticats-Riders game that goes this Friday night at Tim Hortons Field, make their weekly CFL picks and answer a pair of listener questions.
On this week's episode, Mike and Josh discuss the fallout from the Art Briles controversy, the Ticats finally getting their first win of the season on Labour Day, the Johnny Manziel workout, the Zach Collaros trade rumours, Craig Butler's retirement, Kent Austin being sued by Cornell, the roster moves made by the Ticats, Mike hands out a Bozo of the Week award, they preview Hamilton's game in Ottawa against the Redblacks on Saturday and end things by making their week CFL picks.
On this week's show, Mike and Josh discuss the Ticats loss to the Redblacks from way back in Week 9, Kent Austin stepping down as head coach, the trade that sent John Chick to Edmonton, the acquisition of Ricky Collins, Jr. from Saskatchewan and the deal that saw Vernon Adams head to Saskatchewan from Montreal. We also preview the upcoming Labour Day Classic by sharing some of our favourite Labour Day Classic memories, and we end things by making our weekly picks and answering three very fun listener questions.
In light of the news that the Ticats hired disgraced former Baylor head coach Art Briles as assistant head coach, Mike and Josh sat down to talk about their feelings on the move, what it means for their future as Ticats fans and a host of other things. This is a raw, emotional episode where they try to make sense of the senseless. All feedback is welcome.
On this week's show, Mike and Josh discuss the Ticats latest loss, all the moves the team made during the week, Johnny Manizel, full-time refs, Jonathon Jennings, preview Hamilton's game this Friday against the Ottawa Redblacks, make their weekly CFL picks and answer a trio of listener questions.
On this week's show, Mike and Josh break down the latest Ticats loss, this time a 33-28 defeat at the hands of the Edmonton Eskimos; discuss the firing of Jeff Reinebold, the hiring of June Jones, the signing of Tony Washington, the new challenge rules, Ricky Foley signing with the Lions and Henry Burris' comments about the Redblacks. They also preview Hamilton's game this week against the Winnipeg Blue Bombers and give their Week 8 CFL picks.
On this week's show, Mike and Josh get heated about Hamilton's embarrassing loss to the Calgary Stampeders, discuss a slew of Ticats roster moves, debate on whether Josh Bell should have been fined for his altercation with Duron Carter, bestow the Bozo of the Week award on a Toronto Argonaut, preview Hamilton's upcoming game against the undefeated Edmonton Eskimos, make our CFL picks and answer three questions from our listeners.
On this week's episode, Mike and Josh cover Hamilton's heartbreaking 31-28 loss to the Edmonton Eskimos, discuss Kevin Glenn's Hall of Fame credentials (or lack thereof), hand out two Bozo of the Week awards, preview Hamilton's game in Calgary this Saturday, make their weekly CFL picks and answer a listener question.
On this week's show, Mike and Josh discuss the Ticats' latest loss, the team signing Terrence Fredrick, the Lions cutting Swayze Waters and the Als cutting Ryan Phillips, they hand out a Bozo of the Week award, preview Hamilton's game this week against the Edmonton Eskimos, make their Week 5 CFL picks and answer a pair of listener questions.
On this week's show, Mike and Josh start off by discussing the Ticats latest loss before talking about the Redblacks releasing A.J. Jefferson, the nonsense around unwritten rules and Mike gets something off his chest regarding Matt Nichols. Mike hands out his Bozo of the Week award, they preview this week's Ticats game against the B.C. Lions, make their weekly picks and end things by putting together an All-Canadian team.