On this week's episode, Mike and Josh discuss the next Pigskin Pete, #HitchForHall getting closer thanks to #HitchForWall coming to fruition, Lirim Hajrullahu (aka The Kicker) and Dane Evans inking new deals, a bunch of new player signings, the latest in the CBA negotiations (or lack thereof), the potential name change in Edmonton and the new territorial draft picks.
On this week's episode, Mike and Josh discuss a slew of signings by the Ticats, including bringing in former Rider and Bomber RB Cameron Marshall, and the Arkells successfully petitioning the CFL to get the June 22 Ticats-Argos game moved from 7pm to 4pm. In league news, they chat about the end of the Johnny Manziel era in the CFL (and the beginning of the Johnny Manziel era in the AAF), proposed rule changes, the ratio kerfuffle, and James Wilder Jr. possibly headed to WWE.
On this week's episode, Mike and Josh discuss Hamilton being named the host city for the 2021 Grey Cup, potential changes to the CFL schedule, Mike Filer inking a new deal with the Ticats and the team bringing in LB/DE Justin Tuggle, if Hamilton could be the new home of Solomon Elimimian, and the wave of trouble wafting over the AAF.
On this week's episode, Mike and Josh cover everything the Ticats did in free agency, from who they brought in to who they retained to who they lost, as well as who they would like to see them still pursue. They also take a look around the league and discuss what every other team did in free agency, and finish off by talking about Thursday's announcement of where Grey Cup 2020 will be held.
On this week's show, Mike and Josh cover everything free agency, from the recent re-signings of Simoni Lawrence, Delvin Breaux, Cariel Brooks and Richard Leonard to who else they'd like to see return to the Ticats to who they'd like to see sign with the Ticats to all things QBs to what some other non-Ticats free agents might do when the market opens.
On this week's episode, Mike and Josh discuss all the recent Ticats' re-signings, including the big one that saw Brandon Banks re-up for two years with the Tabbies. They also discuss Simoni Lawrence putting his foot in his mouth, the new partnership between the CFL and German Football League and what they thought of the new uniforms for the Montreal Alouettes.
On this week's show, Mike and Josh kick off their fifth season of Podskee Wee Wee by discussing all the coaching and front office moves the Ticats made over the last month, the exits of Kent Austin and Eric Tillman, the re-signings of Jalen Saunders and others, Chris Jones leaving the Riders for Cleveland, the coaching hirings in B.C. and T.O., and everything about the Mexican combine and draft.
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.