Angry Will makes his first appearance of the season. Argos Play by Play man Mike Hogan helps re-introduce Chris Jones to the Double Blue faithful, preview the game on Friday night and let's us in on his favorite taunts from Ivor Wynne. Plus the Best of Facebitch returns.
It wasn't pretty, but a Win is a Win and it's just a little sweeter when you beat the Fictional Felines. The next test for the Argos is a green one in Saskatchewan and Chris Jones could be coming to the Argos.
Plus: Clay has a flag, Tweets from Kazakhstan and the greatest Fantasy and Pick 'em advise on the internet.
After a game that we'd rather not talk about we look at the Good, Bad and lots of Ugly from this past Labour Day Game. Look ahead to the rematch on Friday. Plus, world class fantasy and pick'em advice, the soft opening of the Kosher rankings and tweets from Kazakhstan.
Paul Woods joined the Fancast to preview his new book "The Year of the Rocket: John Candy, Wayne Gretzky, a Crooked Tycoon, and the Craziest Season in Football History"
Plus we tee up the Labour Day Classic, The greatest Fantasy and Pick'em advice in the world and Tweets from Kazakhstan.
The Argos lead pillar to post on Saturday in the Home Opener. 665 days is too long between home games. The guys drop 2 flags and get real fired up about them. With the Argos Elks game postponed we wonder what will happen next.
The Argos come up short in Winnipeg in an Ugly outing but with that behind us we can look forward to the Home Opener on Saturday.
THE CFL IS BACK! And so is the Fancast. The guys shake off the rust and take a look at what happened in Training Camp, the new wrinkles with the rosters and what we are looking for in the Argos season opener in Calgary. Plus Fantasy, Picks and Canadian Qbs.
Clay and Doug welcome Ben Grant from the Xs and Argos to help Recap the Draft and Reid Johnson from the Markcast to talk the CFL-XFL relationship.
Plus the CFL has a plan to return in August.
The guys welcome Marshall Ferguson to talk the CFL-XFL exploratory talks and the rampant speculation running through Twitter and his new venture the Canadian Football Perspective.
Argos WR Juwan Brescacin indirectly predicts an average of 36 touchdown catches per season plus why he came home and his Streaming.
Clay Will and Doug remember the late Chris Shultz and what Ice Wine, Churchill Manitoba and the Banjo bowl have in common.