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.
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.
The BC Lions have inked pending free agent quarterback Travis Lulay to a 2-year contract ahead of the start of free agency on Tuesday.
With a few key players locked up so far the Lions still have some big names on their list heading into February, 9th.
The BC Lions Den Pawdcast: Lowell Ullrich and Jason Smith – 3DownNation.com The BC Lions season ended with a thud in Calgary and it’s time to look at the year that was, and where the BC Lions are headed in the future. We talk about the game, free agency, management and are joined by Lowell […]
The BC Lions Den Pawdcast: Farhan Lalji – TSN How sweet it is to be podcasting after a big BC Lions win? Brian and Mojo bask in the glow of a Lions victory over the Hamilton Tiger-Cats that has the Leos post-season destiny in their own hands once again. Jonathan Jennings continues to impress and […]
With the BC Lions one game shy of the halfway point in their season and on their 2nd and final bye week of the season, I thought it was time for another edition of the Lions Notebook. Obviously the Lions would like to be better than the 3-5 record they sport, but there is still […]
You would think after 7 years of doing this social media thing and covering the BC Lions I would know better than to tweet something out of frustration walking out of BC Place stadium Friday evening, following the BC Lions 30-27 loss to the Toronto Argonauts. Sorry yes the defence was horrible in the 2nd […]
Friday night’s 27-24 win by the BC Lions to complete a home and home sweep of the Saskatchewan Roughriders was big for a few reasons. Most importantly, it should be a huge boost to a young team, with a new head coach. In the first game, the Lions had to come back to win. In […]
For much of the BC Lions first home game of 2015, it looked as though the same problems that plagued the team in their season opener in Ottawa were still an issue. Lack of red zone production, defensive breakdowns and untimely penalties were handing the game to the Saskatchewan Roughriders before the Lions pulled together […]