Latest BC Lions Videos
Lowell Ullrich discusses the Lions hiring of DeVone Claybrooks, and what to expect from a young, new-look coaching staff
Lalji: I expect Claybrooks to get Lions coaching job
Farhan Lalji discusses the Lions coaching search, and the chances of Bo Levi Mitchell landing an NFL job
Buono: A great honour from the city of Vancouver
Wally Buono discusses a whirlwind few weeks since the Lions season ended, and admits it's still a bit early to be missing the grind of football.
Hervey: No stone will be left unturned in search for best coach, players
BC Lions GM Ed Hervey says he'll be thorough in his review of this past season and thorough in his search for a new head coach and new players, promising to leave no stones unturned in the process. Hervey wants a team that has the expectation that it will win, no a hope that it wins
Ullrich: Lions have questions, not sure when answers will come
Lions reporter Lowell Ullrich discusses today's Lions locker cleanout, and what he expects to hear
Salavantis: Lulay had no confidence in his protection
Ticats analyst Coach John Salavantis chats with Marshall and Kyle Melo about Hamiilton's completely dominant win over BC in the East Semi-Final. Also, Ticats receiving group gets a jolt and Brandon Revenberg's success, still early in his career.
Lions vs. Tiger Cats November 11 post game
Lowell Ullrich and Matt Sekeres break down the Lions season ending loss 48-8 in Hamilton which also brings an end to Wally Buono's coaching career.
Lions vs. Tiger Cats November 11 2nd half
Bob Marjanovich and Giulio Caravatta have the call of the East Semi Final between the Lions and Tiger Cats from Hamilton.
Lions vs. Tiger Cats November 11 Pre-game
Lowell Ullrich and Matt Sekeres set up the Eastern Semi Final between the Lions and Hamilton Tiger Cats from Hamilton. They're joined by the voice of the Lions Bob Marjanovich and Giulio Caravatta and TSN"s Farhan Lalji.
Washington: Touch of anger after losing in Calgary but Grey Cup goal is still there
BC Lions defensive coordinator Mark Washington admits anger at losing so badly to Calgary is driving the Leos a bit in Hamilton, but says still having the Grey Cup goal in sight is a bigger incentive