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.
With the BC Lions heading into Montreal to take on the Alouettes, Farhan Lalji of the CFL on TSN and TSN1040 stops by to chat about the Leos, and TSN 690’s Joey Alfieri gets us caught up on the Als.
We recap the BC Lions work in the 2017 Canadian College Draft and chat with their 3rd overall draft pick, wide receiver Danny Vandervoort of McMaster.
The BC Lions are considering bringing tailgating to the shadows of BC Place Stadium to enhance their game day atmosphere.
With a week to go before CFL Free Agency opens, Wally Buono and the BC Lions still have some work to do.
After an extended break we’re back in the midst of the long CFL off-season with former BC Lion and now New Orleans Saints linebacker Adam Bighill. Adam chats about growing up wanting to play professional football, about the people that have helped him along the way and the process he went through to sign with the Saints.
Wally Buono restored the roar to the BC Lions in 2016, but there is lots of work needed to get them to the next level, on and off the field.