It’s crunch time in the CFL West and the BC Lions are in the drivers seat for a home playoff game as they head to Winnipeg to open a back to back series versus the Blue Bombers.
Jeannine Ritchot of the Bleed Redblacks Podcast joins to talk about the Redblacks, and former BC Lion Davis Sanchez who co-hosts the CFL’s The Waggle Podcast, joins us to chat Lions and CFL.
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.
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.
Ernest Jackson and Keola Antolin stepped into the offensive spotlight, just when the Lions needed it as BC handed the Ottawa Redblacks a 41-3 loss at BC Place Stadium. Photo: TheProvince.com
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.
Our Bombers insider Darrin Bauming of TSN1290 joins us to set up the BC Lions and Winnipeg Blue Bombers. Cam Tucker of the Metro News joins us for more Lions talk. Brian and Mojo revisit the the 7-5 win over the Redblacks and the loss of Travis Lulay.
I’ve never felt gutted after a win before, but Friday night’s Lions’ 7-5 win over Ottawa sure felt like a loss. The BC Lions only manufactured two field goals and a single, but the bigger story was the loss of Travis Lulay. Here are my thoughts from the couch.
With the BC Lions coming out of their bye week, we take a look back at the Labour Day weekend games in the CFL, then setup the Lions and Redblacks with Mike Smith of the BleedRedblacks.ca Podcast.
Thomas DeMarco will be playing for Ottawa in 2014 The 2014 Ottawa expansion draft has come and gone, and as a BC Lions fan you had to be happy with how the way the day went down. The Lions of course lost backup quarterback Thomas DeMarco, along with guard Matt Albright and defensive lineman Andrew […]