On this week’s show, Mike and I discuss the Ticats latest loss to the Riders, including what we thought of the final play call. We also talk about the trade that brought Shamawd Chambers to Hamilton; the return of Andy Fantuz to the field (and some other signings); the release of Brian Tyms and his subsequent signing in Toronto; and the continuing, and seemingly never-ending, saga of Johnny Manziel. We then discuss the major changes the CFL made to its schedule for 2018 and for practices going forward, and the house cleaning in Montreal that saw head coach Jacques Chapdelaine and defensive coordinator Noel Thorpe get shown the door. We then preview Hamilton’s game this Friday in B.C. against the Lions, make our weekly CFL picks and answer three fun listener questions.
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Sit back and enjoy Episode 88 of Podskee Wee Wee, a proud member of the Canadian Football Podcast Network.
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