On this week's episode, Mike and Josh discuss the huge news that Orlondo Steinauer will take over for June Jones as head coach of the Ticats, with Jones staying on as offensive coordinator. They also talk about the week they had in Edmonton taking in all the wonderful Grey Cup festivities, all the news that came out of Edmonton during Grey Cup Week, and single out a pair of Redblacks (and some Redblacks supporters) for being bozos and slapdicks.
On this week's show, live from Edmonton, Mike and Josh discuss Hamilton's brutal loss in the Eastern Final to the Ottawa Redblacks, the Jonathan Rose nonsense, what the off-season holds for the Ticats, Hamilton officially bidding on the 2020 Grey Cup, the latest change to when teams can hire coaches, and we talk about what we will do and where you can find us during Grey Cup Week in Edmonton.
On this week's show, Mike and Josh get the week's newest Bozo out of the way early so they can talk about Hamilton's 48-8 destruction of the B.C. Lions, the Ticats award nominees, who surprised them out the nine Ticats named East Division all-stars, if the ticket drive and name-the-team contest in Halifax is a big deal or not and they preview both division finals, the Eastern Final between their Ticats and the Ottawa Redblacks and the Western Final between the Winnipeg Blue Bombers and Calgary Stampeders, and then pick who will be playing for the Grey Cup in Edmonton.
On this week's episode, Mike and Josh discuss the CFL's response to Josh's pestering, Hamilton's loss to the Alouettes last Saturday, Peter Dyakowski's retirement, Ticats' award nominees, Marc Trestman's firing in Toronto, CFL games in Mexico, Montreal bidding on the 2020 Grey Cup, Jon Gott's beer chug celebration, a pair of players tweeting things they maybe shouldn't have, and a preview of both the East and West Semi-Final where Josh gives his best hot taek/bold prediction on who will win the 106th Grey Cup (and no, Ticats fans, it is not your favourite team).
On this week's episode, Mike and Josh go back to 1993, talk about the Ticats' loss to the Redblacks, Ric freaking Flair heading to Hamilton for the East Semi-Final, the lates on the CFL in Halifax, CFL Week going to Ottawa, the league not fining Anthony Cioffi for his hit on Luke Tasker, and a preview of Hamilton's final regular season game.
On this week's episode, Mike and Josh lament the loss of Brandon Banks and the loss to the Ottawa Redblacks, dig into the Podskee Mailbag for some listener questions, discuss Charleston Hughes' DUI and preview this week's rematch with the Ottawa Redblacks.
On this week's episode, Mike and Josh discuss new shirts, Hamilton's 34-20 win over the Argos, the return of Terrell Sinkfield, what happened at the trade deadline, the possible end of the Popp-Trestman era in Toronto and give a preview of the Ticats-Redblacks battle for first that takes place in Ottawa on Friday night.
On this week's episode, Mike and Josh are giddy about the Ticats clinching a playoff spot (while on their bye no less), and chat about Logo-gate and Hamilton's subsequent beatdown of the B.C. Lions, the releases of Chad Owens and Shakeir Ryan, play fantasy GM and look at some players the Ticats could target, discuss the Riders bidding on Grey Cup 2020, the CFL-LFA partnership, Alessia Cara being named the Grey Cup halftime performer, give a preview of the upcoming Ticats-Argos game, and look at what the Ticats need to do to surpass the Ottawa Redblacks for first in the East.
On this week's episode, Mike and Josh discuss the Ticats' unbelievable loss to the B.C. Lions, Mark Chapman signing in the AAF, Bernie Custis getting a Hamilton high school named after him, what Alex Green heading to the 6-game means for the team, Don Unamba's headbutting fine and a preview of the rematch between the Ticats and Lions
On this week's episode, Josh asks Mike if he plans on pulling a Vontae Davis, they find out what the nickname for the Ticats' secondary will be, discuss Hamilton's loss to Calgary, do a mini State of the Franchise on the Ticats after 12 games and look what's ahead for the final six games of the season, and preview Hamilton's game on Saturday in Vancouver against the B.C. Lions.