On this week's show, Mike and Josh discuss all the recent re-signings by the Ticats, including the return of 2018 M.O.P. runner-up Jeremiah Masoli, and cover all the facets of the upcoming opening of free agency, including who the Ticats still have left unsigned, positions they need to address and players they could target, and they play a fun game of guessing where some of the big-name free agents could land when the market opens on Tuesday.
In the third instalment of Mike's Grey Cup Flashback series, he takes a look at the next Ticats team to win the championship, the 1963 incarnation of the black and gold.
On this week's episode, Mike and Josh discuss Back to the Future, all the massive (literally and figuratively) Ticats signings, our top-three must-return Ticats free agents, the commissioner's open letter to fans and why one-year contracts aren't going away.
On this week's show, Mike and Josh return from an extended hiatus to talk about the Ticats' 2021 schedule, Grey Cup 108 branding, why the 1967 Ticats should have been included in TSN's best Grey Cup champs showdown, and the teams possibly colluding to keep player salaries down in 2021.
On this week's show, Mike and Josh discuss a wide range of topics, including the possible return of Luke Tasker, Brandon Banks possibly opting out of the 2020 season, what they thought of TSN's all-time Ticats team, Edmonton's name change being back in the news once again, and everything going on between the CFL and the CFLPA. It is a jam-packed, supersized episode for your listening pleasure.
On this week’s show, Mike and Josh chat about the news about the 2020 season, the win-and-host Grey Cup, Delvin Breaux’s surgery and a funny Peter Dyakowski story. They also answer listener questions and Josh asks the audience if he should “let them breathe.” Find out what they are by listening to the end of the show.
In the second instalment of Mike's Grey Cup Flashback series, he takes a look at the 1957 team, the Ticats' second title team since the merger.
On this week's show, Mike and Josh let you know what they have been up to during their extended hiatus, what they thought about what the Ticats did in the draft, how they feel about the CFL asking for upwards of $150 million from the Canadian federal government, and they dust off the old mailbag and answer a few of your questions.
The first in what will hopefully be a running series where Mike looks at the Grey Cup-winning Ticats teams of the past. First up, Mike talks about the first Hamilton team to win a Grey Cup post Tiger-Wildcats merger, the 1953 Hamilton Tiger-Cats.