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.
On this week's show, Mike and Josh discuss the Ticats ending the season 15-3 by beating the Argos, what we thought of Hamilton's award nominees and divisional all-star selections, Rick Campbell's exit in Ottawa, DeVon Claybrook's firing in B.C. and we tee up Sunday's East and West Semi Finals.
On this week's episode, Mike and Josh discuss the Ticats' latest victory, Speedy B for MOP, why people still doubt the Ticats, the race for Most Outstanding Defensive Player, Zach Collaros' return to the field, how the race in the West will end, and a preview of Hamilton's regular season finale at Tim Hortons Field against the Toronto Argonauts.
On this week's show, Mike and Josh discuss Hamilton's record-breaking 13th win of the season, the Riders signing Cody Fajardo to a two-year extension, Zach Collaros' and Trevor Harris' return to the field, the MOP race and whether Bryan Burnham should be a part of it, why the CFL are cowards for not suspending Chris Rainey, and the Ticats final road game of the season this Saturday in Montreal against the Alouettes.
On this week's show, Mike and Josh talk about the Ticats clinching first in the East; Rob Hitchcock's big night; beating Edmonton; Grey Cup 2021 ticket prices; Pinball being named GM of the Argos; Zach Collaros trading in Argos blue for Bombers blue; Chris Rainey's dirty hit; Chris Casher's ankle twist; Mike Reilly's injury (and why the CFL should scrap their new two-QB rule); and what the Ticats should do, roster wise, over the next three weeks wile they tune up for the playoffs.
On this week's show, Mike and Josh discuss Hamilton's destruction of the Bombers, why it is not OK to call Simoni Lawrence (or any other African-American player) a thug, Keith Urban being named the halftime act for this year's Grey Cup, whether Ottawa will set a new scoring futility record, how the race in the West will end up, Khari Jones' controversial decision, and we talk about Rob Hitchcock in the lead up to his induction into the Ticats' Wall of Honour.
On this week's show, Mike and Josh discuss the Ticats' win over Edmonton; Vernon Adams' suspension, which features a fired-up rant by one of the hosts about, well, a lot of stuff; why the CFL refuses to acknowledge the postseason when it comes to records; why fans are so quick to believe Andrew Harris' version of events; how bad are this year's Ottawa Redblacks; and this Friday's game in Winnipeg between the Ticats and Blue Bombers is previewed.
On this week's show, Mike and Josh talk about the Ticats winning the Classic, the 1999 Grey Cup championship reunion happening in October, Turf Traditions and throwback logos, the uproar over power rankings and how parity has come to the CFL, and why Frank Ziccarelli is a bozo.