The BC Lions are rolling with a 5-2 record as they get ready for a series deciding, first place showdown with their western rivals, the Calgary Stampeders.
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 Den Pawdcast: Drew Edwards: The Scratching Post: 3DownNation.com It was close but no cigar for the BC Lions against the Edmonton Eskimos last week as the team continues to shoot itself in the foot late in games. BC now finds itself in desperate need of some wins if they hope to make […]
Some thoughts on the BC Lions 26-23 win over the Edmonton Eskimos where Andrew Harris continued to shine and the Lions defence shut out the Eskimos in the second half. Josh Smith of the Blogskee Wee Wee blog and Podskee Wee Wee podcast joins the show to talk about the Ticats and Mojo and Josh […]
Episode 49 features a BC Lions off-season update, CIS and CFL Draft talk with Krown Canada Football West’s Jim Mullin and we talk with 3DownNation’s Drew Edwards about the Ticats and his vision of 3DownNation.com
In Episode 48 we catch up on most of the BC Lions and CFL news of the off-season. The Lions have signed receiver Austin Collie, and have a new coaching staff. Matthew Seymour of the New Westminster Hyacks joins us to talk about signing his NCAA Letter of Intent with Ohio University.
In Episode 47 we look back at a successful Grey Cup week in Vancouver. Ryan Ballantine of the CFL Horsemen Podcast joins us to talk about the Stampeders win and 11 year BC Lion Dante Marsh joins us to talk about the end of his run as a Leo.
Brian and Mojo are back following the BC Lions final bye week of the season with more Lions and CFL talk. Tony Allen of the Swagger and Stagger joins the show for a CFL Roundtable discussion.
In our 41st Episode we look back at a 19-17 loss to the Hamilton Tiger-Cats that sees the Lions in search of an offence and leaves them on a three game losing streak. TSN 1040 colour man Giulio Caravatta joins to take a look at the struggling Lions and to look ahead to this week’s game against Ottawa.
If someone told you the Lions would go two games without allowing a defensive touchdown and would lose both games, you would have thought they were crazy. But that’s the reality facing a team that has lost any reasonable facsimile of an offence.