Lowell Ullrich, Brodie Lawson and the The Grey Cup Fun Police are guests as we talk about a disappointing BC Lions season, CFL Digital and Grey Cup fun.
Pawdcast 105 features a visit from one of the greatest BC Lions of all-time. Jim Young, aka Dirty 30, stops by to chat and we’re also joined by James Cybulski of the CFL’s The Waggle podcast and Sportsnet 650.
A look back at the Lions disappointing loss to the Ticats and we chat with Jeannine Ritchot about this year’s Grey Cup Festival in Ottawa. Kevin McDonald, CFL VP of Football Operations and Player Safety joins us to chat about this weekend’s CFL/NFL regional flag football tournament in Abbotsford.
A Lions win felt like a loss after the injury to Travis Lulay. Brian and Mojo chat about the game and talk about the Lulay situation before welcoming the one and only Ryan Phillips to the show to talk about his new role as a regional scout for the team.
The Lions come off their bye week finding themselves in last place in the CFL West. We check in with the latest updates on the Leos as they prepare to take on Montreal this week. Ryan Ballantine of Horsemen Radio and Andrew Hoskins of the Eskimo Empire take a seat at the table for a CFL Roundtable session.
Wallowing in a three game slump and heading into their first bye week, Brian and Mojo hand out some report cards on the BC Lions so far this season, and talk with Lions radio colour analyst, Giulio Caravatta.
We celebrate our 100th episode with two of the biggest name to ever wear the orange and black of the BC Lions. BC Lions quarterback Travis Lulay joins the show to talk about the feeling of playing again, his relationship with Jonathan Jennings. Is coaching in his future? We also catch up with former BC Lions defensive lineman Brent Johnson about his career, his induction into the Lions Wall of Fame, and his journey that took him to Ohio State University, and then the Lions.
BC Lions Kicker/Punter Ty Long joins the show to chat about his experience in the CFL so far and Dave Campbell of 630 CHED in Edmonton updates us on the Eskimos ahead of Friday’s big game!
The BC Lions return home to BC Place for the first time in three weeks with three wins to show for their efforts. Now they start the first of five straight games against the West, a stretch that could determine their positioning for a play-off spot. Guests: Scott Rintoul and John Hodge
CFL Commissioner Randy Ambrosie joins the show to chat about his new position and his vision for the CFL. Josh Smith of Podskee Wee Wee updates on the Ticats and their 0-2 start to the season ahead of this week’s clash with the BC Lions.