Monday, 9 March 2015

Podskee Wee Wee, Episode 4: The Favourites Show!

Episode 4 is here for your listening pleasure. Mike and I picked the mics to mostly talk about some of our favourite things about the CFL, both past and present. We also touched on the hailstorm of anger that came from a certain prairie province, and as always, answered some excellent questions from you, our listeners.

This episode actually goes pretty long, clocking in at over 83 minutes, so I hope you like the sound of our voices, because you are about to hear both for longer than usual.

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Enjoy the show!

P.S. We have a special treat for you guys and gals this time around. The reason for posting these will make much more sense once you listen to the show.

Here is your giant-headed scribe with former Tiger-Cat linebacker Otis Floyd:

And this is a 1972 Grey Cup commemorative lunchbox I own:

1 comment:

  1. Alan "Dirt" Cooper11 March 2015 at 16:05

    Another good podder

    Here are my favs

    Game - 96 grey cup (I say this was a much better game than 89 and when you throw in the snow it's just amazing how much offense there was in the game)

    Game attended - 13 East Final

    Fav Ticat team - 86 when you look at that team and see who was on that team it's amazing that they were only 9-9

    Fav Ticat - Steve Stapler

    Fav non Ticat - Doug Flutie

    Fav all time play - the Milt Steagal no time on the clock TD for 80+ yards for Wpg to beat EDM

    Fav play from 2015 - Banks' 2nd East Final run back

    I think that's all. Interested in your comments on these.

    Some qs for a future podcast:

    Did SSK make a mistake firing their coaches after they were first place half way thru last season and then lost Durant? I think it was a mistake.

    Can Lefevour be a started? He had 1 good game of 300+ yards. I don't think he'll much more than a back up.

    Where do you see the CFL in 5 years? Ratings have been down the last couple years and with the Toronto stadium issue in Toronto and the flounderi g US dollar, I foresee some lean years. The bubble has burst a little bit in the CFL but I hope the momentum picks up again.