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.
On this week's show, Mike has to put up with Josh gushing about the 49ers being in the Super Bowl before they get down to the real business at hand: talking about the CFL. They discuss the player moves in Hamilton, the coaching moves around the league, the Als finally having new owners (and a new GM), the Nick Arbuckle trade, the Bombers re-upping with Zach Collaros and Mike has a field day with the Als signing James Wilder, Jr.
On this week's show, Mike and Josh discuss some residual Grey Cup anger they both have; Tommy Condell, Jeff Reinebold and Shawn Burke returning to Hamilton; the enormous list of Ticats' pending free agents; and all the major head coaching moves made around the league.
On this week's show, Mike and Josh discuss the Ticats winning the East after throttling Edmonton 36-16 in the East Final, Bakari Grant's retirement and their favourites moments of him in black and gold, the West Final that saw the Winnipeg Blue Bombers punch their ticket to the 107th Grey Cup by beating the Saskatchewan Roughriders, an interview with friend of the show Myk Aussie as he shares stories of what it was like being in the locker room the last time the Ticats won the Grey Cup, and we give an small early look at our thoughts going into Sunday's big game in Calgary.