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Bombers and Bisons and ICE, Oh My!

It's a preview heavy edition of the CJOB Sports Show podcast! First up, Blue Bombers defensive tackle Jake Thomas discusses his team's trip to Montreal and why he'll have a number of family members in attendance. Then, Winnipeg ICE head coach James Patrick joins the show to tee up his team's season opener in Brandon, a game you'll hear on 680 CJOB! Finally, Manitoba Bisons football coach Brian Dobie has some thoughts on Saturday's homecoming game.


Has Big Buff Had Enough?

On this episode, the Jets first preseason home opener is overshadowed by speculation about Dustin Byfuglien's leave of absence. Also, Commissioner Kim Davis joins us for the return of the MJHL Report. And we check in with Rick Moffatt, play-by-play voice of the Alouettes ahead of the Bombers game against Montreal.


Patrik Laine Said Things....and It's Fine, Cindy Klassen Talks Sports LeadHERship, a Veteran Manitoba Hockey Ref

Patrik Laine said some things about not playing on the top line, and the alarm bells sounded. Don't worry, Christian is here to put you at ease. Olympic legend Cindy Klassen calls in to talk about here impending return to Manitoba for a talk about leadHERship. And Trenis Plett has been reffing hockey for a long time in Manitoba. He dishes on a career in the white stripes.


The Getting-Longer NFL Recap, and Women Run the World (clearly)

Christian recaps the second week of NFL action. Some close games. Some not-close-at-all games. And Meghan Rafferty from Run the World stops by to talk about instilling young girls with confidence.


Fellowship of the Ring...of Honour

On this episode, the soon-to-be inducted Bob Cameron reflects on what it means to be part of the Blue Bombers Ring of Honour. Also, Justin Friesen of Prairie Badminton joins us to talk about their new space. And can the Power Parlay manage another victory?!


The Morrissey, The More I Like

On this episode, we hear from Josh Morrissey about signing a long-term deal with the Jets. Also, Curling Canada's Kyle Jahns tells us about the World Curling Congress and the 8 VS 10 end debate. And Darren 'gettin' er' Dunn of Assiniboia Downs weighs in on the Triple Crown controversy.


'Blue & Old': Doug Brown Supports Motionball, Upcoming Amateur Boxing Event & Kirk Penton on the CFL

On this episode, hall of famer Doug Brown and Director of Media and Marketing Whitney Boiteau talk Motionball and what it means to them. Also David Johnson stops by to tell us about an upcoming boxing event. And Kirk Penton of the Athletic chats all things CFL.


It's Bianca's World, We're All Just Living In It

In honour of Bianca Andreescu's enormous, incredible, history-making US Open win on the weekend, this episode is dedicated to her. Sportsnet's Caroline Cameron was in New York for the final, and stops by to talk about the moment, how Bianca got to this point and her potential to soar even higher. Plus, learn about her impact on the next generation from a 12-year-old tennis player from Winnipeg.


Buffet of Sports Weekend: Banjo Bowl Entree with a Side of Rasheed Bailey & Sweet Rise of Bianca for Dessert

On this episode, Bob Irving previews the upcoming Banjo Bowl and had a chance to chat with Rasheed Bailey who's looking forward to his first career pro football start EVER! And Mark Arndt of Tennis Manitoba reminisces about Bianca Andreescu's visit to Winnipeg.


Blue Bomber Receiver Drew Wolitarsky, Bisons Coach on Upcoming Game in Calgary & Winnipeg ICE Head Coach Previews Doubleheader

On this episode, Bombers receiver Drew Wolitarsky previews the Banjo Bowl, Manitoba Bisons football coach Brian Dobie checks in with us en route to Calgary for the team's big game & James Patrick, head coach of the Winnipeg ICE gears up for the preseason doubleheader with Brandon.


Survivor Still Humboldt Strong & Former Bison Desiree Scott and Former Paralympic Champ Becomes Hall of Famous

On this episode, Global News reporter Brittany Greenslade sits down with former Humboldt Bronco and Winnipegger, Matthew Gomercic almost a year and a half after tragedy struck his team. Also, former Bison Desiree 'The Destroyer' Scott tells us how it feels to be inducted into the Canada West Hall of Fame. And former Paralympic champion, Joanne Vergara also becomes a Hall of Famer!


Volleyball Invades Winnipeg, and Revisiting Any Given Sunday

On this episode, Canadian volleyballer Jason DeRocco (a Manitoban!) joins the show to talk about the NORSECA Continental Championship happening this week in Winnipeg. Plus, Christian and Jeff Braun go into the Replay Booth to watch Any Given Sunday! It's a long movie.


A Labour Day Classic Recap, the Winnipeg ICE are Gearing Up, and MLB Playoffs are Coming

Mr. Bob Irving calls in to discuss the close-but-no-cigar Labour Day Classic. The Winnipeg ICE Director of Scouting and Hockey Operations Jake Heisinger gives the rundown on the end of their training camp. And the MLB playoffs are not too far on the horizon. MJBL President Jamie Bettens chimes in on who will make it, and who will go packing.


LIVE From IG Field, It's Bison Night!

Live on location at the Bisons season opener against the Huskies, Christian chats with Bomber running back, Johnny Augustine about the big Blue's big games. Also, we caught up with Bob Irving en route to Regina for a preview of the Labour Day Classic. And in our only non-football-related segment, Executive Director John Blacher of Volleyball Manitoba is gearing up for the NORCECA Championship!


Winnipeg ICE Training Camp Heats Up & Winnipeg Rifles Field of Nightmares Update

On this episode, Winnipeg ICE captain Peyton Krebs and consultant Mel Davidson stop by to tell us about training so far. And Winnipeg Rifles coach Geordie Wilson stifles his thirst for vigilante justice and gears up for their next game against Regina!


Craziness in Bomberland, The CFL at the Halfway Point, and Bisons Gear Up For The Huskies

On what may well be the longest edition of the CJOB Sports Show podcast, Doug Brown wonders why Chris Matthews was released by the Blue Bombers, and the problems the Bombers have going into Labour Day. Then Kirk Penton of The Athletic breaks down the rest of the CFL surprises halfway through the season. And Bisons football coach Brian Dobie previews the upcoming season, along with Derek Dufault and Shae Weekes on defence.


We Belong: Manitoba Basketball African Association Gives Back, Bisons Gear Up for Season Opener & Local Archer Wins Big at Worlds

On this episode, Christian sits down with Jean Paul Ngabo, one of the founding members of the Manitoba Basketball African Association to catch up on their community projects. Also, U of M Bisons players Des Catellier and Logan Fischer gear up for their season opener. And meet Austin Taylor, a local silver-medal-winning, Kentucky-bound world archery champ!


Say It Ain't So: Andrew Harris Suspension and Team Reaction & US Open Preview

On this episode, we unpack the shocking two-game suspension announced for Andrew Harris today. And Mark Arndt of Tennis Manitoba helps us preview the US Open.


A Battle For First! A Pole Vaulting Festival! Possibly Accurate Gambling Advice!

On this episode, Bob Irving previews the Winnipeg Blue Bombers' game in Edmonton, and also has some thoughts on the NFL game in Winnipeg. Pole vaulters Ryan MacDonald and Emily Blackner explain why they're excited about the Praire Pole Vault Festival. And the Power Parlay returns with Week 11 CFL picks!


Not Nuts for Donuts: Bomber Winston Rose on Upcoming Showdown, Rifles Coach Fired Up About Field Fiasco & Resilient Rower on Team Toba

On this episode, defensive back Winston Rose gears up for the Bombers upcoming showdown in Edmonton. Also, Geordie Wilson, head coach of The Winnipeg Rifles is baffled at what he discovered on his team's field. And fresh off her Team Manitoba experience, local teen and cancer survivor, Katie Sierhuis tells us about her journey to the Western Canada Summer Games.