Calgary, here we come! The BC Lions are off to the Western Final against the Stampeders, and we have you covered with Farhan Lalji of TSN and Ryan Ballantine of the CFL Horsemen.
We look back a little at the final game at Mosaic Stadium, and chat with a couple of long time Lions fans, when listeners Chris Allan and Chris Jones join the show for a new Lions round table segment.
Christie Buono, daughter of the CFL’s all-time winningest coach stops by to talk about growing up in a football family. Piffles Podcast host Steve Safinuk joins the show to talk about the Riders and the final game at Mosaic Stadium.
The Lions dropped a 37-35 decision to the Winnipeg Blue Bombers and now must win this week to stay in the drivers seat for a home playoff game in the West.
Why should you come back to BC Place for live BC Lions football? Brian and Mojo give you many reasons to come out and support this 4-2 team. Josh Smith of Podskee Wee Wee is our guest.
The BC Lions prepare for the Montreal Alouettes on a short week following a gut wrenching overtime loss to the Calgary Stampeders. Joe Pritchard of Rouge White & Blue joins the program.
After a three week break for a variety of reasons, the Pawdcast returns as the BC Lions sit atop the West Division standings with a 3-1 record as they head into their first bye week of the season.
Training camp is here and Brian and Mojo take a look at some of the key battles to keep an eye on in Kamloops. For part two of our CFL West division preview we’re joined by Travis Currah of the 2 and Out Podcast and Darrin Bauming of TSN 1290 as we check in with the Riders and Bombers.
It’s a new season for the BC Lions Den Pawdcast and we kick it off with Lions news and part one of our CFL West preview. Andrew Hoskins (Eskimo Empire Podcast) and Ryan Ballantine from the CFL Horsemen join us.
Wednesday morning, I had the opportunity to sit in on a session with CFL Senior Vice-President of Football, Glen Johnson, who spoke for nearly an hour and a half on the CFL’s past successes and the new measures being put into place to continue to try to cut penalties, increase player safety and speed up the game.