Podskee Wee Wee, Episode 7

catscamp289.JPGA new week and a new episode of Podskee Wee Wee is ready for your listening pleasure.

This week, Mike and I tackle last week’s CFL Draft as a whole and what the Ticats did that we liked and didn’t like, while also touching on the draft-day trade that netted the Ticats Ryan Bomben. We also discuss the Argos’ hiring of former Tiger-Cat defensive coordinator Casey Creehan. Safe to say, we both have strong opinions on the subject. We bring back a fun little game that we played in the inaugural episode where both of us attempt to predict who will start on offense and defense for the Tiger-Cats. And we end this episode like we do all episode by answering questions for our loyal listeners.

We start the show by talking about the sad passing of Tiger-Cat defensive lineman Adrian Robinson. During the show I mention a GoFundMe campaign to raise money for his young daughter. If you would like to contribute to that, you can do so by going to https://www.gofundme.com/averymarie.

One thing you will not hear Mike and I discuss is the news that the Argos have been sold and will move into BMO Field. We recorded this episode before that news came out, so we will touch on that on the next episode.

If you would like to have your question asked and answered on the podcast, you can leave a question in the comment section here or you can hit myself or Mike up on Twitter. Mike usually take question requests about a day or so before we plan to record, so keep you eye out for that.

As always, you can subscribe to the podcast on iTunes. And as I always ask, please leave a comment and rating if you do. We both encourage feedback and any constructive criticisms (calling us both idiots is not constructive, and if that is what you do plan to do, you are too late anyway, Mike and I are both aware that we are fools) you may have are greatly appreciated. We want to make the best show possible for the listeners, so we are open to any ideas you may have.

With all that said, enjoy Episode No. 7 of Podskee Wee Wee.

Josh Smith has been writing about the Ticats and the CFL since 2010 and was sporting his beard way before it was cool. Will be long after, too.