In the top 5 the Professor and Maura discuss the AFC and NFC championship match-ups, UW men's basketball's loss to Utah, Mel Kiper Jr.'s mock draft, Darrell Bevell interviewing with the Falcons, and Leonard Fournette getting rear ended by a Steeler's fan. Then, Brian Billick joins John to talk playoff football and we go Behind the Lines with Marcel Reece.
MMQB's Peter King joins the Professor to discuss the fact that Case Keenum, Nick Foles, and Blake Bortles are in the playoffs, his thoughts on why the playoff teams showcase good drafting, and Darrell Bevell's release. Then, we take your text questions and Bob Stelton is not buying the hype surrounding Tom Brady's hand injury.
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This compilation features conversations from Brock & Salk, Gee Scott, Bob Groz & Tom, and Danny Dave & Moore.
Shannon Drayer joins the Professor to discuss the MLB's surprisingly quiet off season, and whether the Mariners will make any more moves. Then, we take your text questions and Bob Stelton and John discuss the differences they expect on the Seahawks offense with Brian Schottenheimer.
In the top 5, John and Gee discuss the release of UW football's schedule for next season, UW men's basketball's road trip to Utah and Colorado, an update on the Arizona Cardinals head coaching search, Tom Brady injures his hand in practice, and John Gruden predicted Case Keenum's success in his QB camp. Then, the Professor and John discuss more changes we could see from the Seahawks and Gee Scott takes us Behind the Lines.
Dave Wyman joins Gee Scott to discuss his thoughts on the Seahawks hiring Ken Norton Jr., Brian Schottenheimer, and Mike Solari and what it's like for a player working with a new coach. Then, we take your calls on the new coaches and Bob Stelton joins the show.
We welcome the Professor back today and he explains his absence for the last week. John and Gee discuss the tragic death of WSU quarterback Tyler Hilinski, the Seahawks officially announcing their new coaching hires, and Jimmy Lake being promoted to defensive coordinator at UW. Then, the professor gives his take on the Seahawks coaching additions and Gee Scott takes us behind the Lines of the depression that athletes can face and not feel comfortable voicing.
Brandon Mebane joins Gee to talk about Ken Norton Jr's return, his favorite memory from Super Bowl 48 and his famous belly roll. Then, we take your text questions and Bob Stelton and Gee discuss the Seahawks coaching additions and the drama after the Rockets Clippers game last night.
In the top 5, Gee discusses Ken Norton Jr's return as the Seahawks defensive coordinator, Mike Solari also returning to the Seahawks as the new offensive coordinator, Cliff Avril telling NFL network that he believes he will play again, Rockets players confronting the Clippers in their locker room post-game, and Bryce Love choosing to stay for his senior year at Stanford. Then, former Seahawks guard Rob Sims joins Gee and explains why he is so confident in Mike Solari. Plus, Gee Scott takes us Behind the Lines.
Sheil Kapadia joins Gee to discuss the Eagles big win over the Falcons and give his take on the Seahawks coaching changes. Then, we take your text questions and the Groz stops by to discuss the Viking s big moment yesterday.
In the top 5, Gee discusses the Seahawks reportedly finding their new offensive coordinator in Brian Schottenheimer, the wild NFL playoff games this weekend, Myles Gaskin announcing his decision to stay at UW, and beloved broadcaster Keith Jackson passing away. Then, we take your calls on the Seahawks offensive coordinator choice of Brian Schottenheimer.
Former NFL guard and SB nation writer Geoff Schwartz joins Gee to talk about the Seahawks releasing Cable and how to fix the offensive line, plus they discuss whether the Eagles have a chance against the Falcons with Nick Foles at quarterback. Then, we take your text questions and the Groz discuss whether Pete Carroll might have strayed from his own philosophies this season.
In the top 5, Gee Scott discusses Doug Baldwin's comments about the team needing to "buy in again", this weekend's NFL playoff match-ups, UW men's basketball defeating Cal 66-56, Le'Veon Bell threatening to sit out or retire if he is franchise tagged next year, and LeBron getting upset with his team during their second consecutive blowout loss. Then, Ryan Clark from the Tacoma News Tribune breaks down UW men's basketball's turn around and Gee explains why Kris Richard will not be back in Behind the Lines.
ESPN's Mina Kimes joins Gee to talk Seahawks and everyone's favorite new kicker Rodgrigo Blankenship. Then, we take your text questions and the Groz explains the similarities between the current Seahawks and the 2000 Mariners.
In the top 5, Gee Scott discusses the Seahawks parting ways with Darrell Bevell and Tom Cable, the rumors that Richard might be heading elsewhere too, the NFL announcing that the Seahawks will play the Raiders in London next year, Alex Collins telling PFT live that he was shocked when the Seahawks released him, and Blake Bortles commenting on his haters. Then, Brady Henderson of ESPN joins Gee to discuss the Seahawks coaching changes and we take your calls.
In the top 5, Gee Scott and Danny O'Neil discuss the breaking news that Darrell Bevell has been fired, Gus Bradley will remain with the Chargers, the Seahawks may be heading to London next year, Jacob Eason reportedly transferring from Georgia to UW, and John Gruden being announced as Raiders head coach. Then, we hear from ESPN.com's Mike Sando about the possibility that Cable could become offensive coordinator and we take your calls on Bevell and the Seahawks parting ways.
Dave Wyman joins Danny and Gee to discuss Darrell Bevell being let go, the possibility of Kris Richard being next and what happens with Tom Cable. Then, we take your calls and the Groz stops by with his take that Bevell is only the beginning of the coaching changes.
Sean Salisbury joins the Professor for Four Downs of quarterback questions, we take your text questions and the Groz and John discuss how impressive the true freshmen were in last night's College Football Playoff Championship.
In the top 5, John and Gee discuss Alabama's comeback to win the national title game, WSU hiring Tracy Claeys as defensive coordinator, Jerry Dipoto saying his confident in the Mariners pitching rotation, Ken Norton Jr. being hired with the 49ers, and the NFL and NFLPA investigating whether the Panthers followed concussion protocol with Cam Newton on Sunday. Then, we talk with Chuck Culpepper of the Washington Post who was at last night's game and says it's in his top three or four of all time. Plus, Gee Scott takes us Behind the Lines.
ESPN.com's Mike Sando joins the Professor to discuss the NFL playoffs, why the Packers wouldn't have been a good fit for John Schneider, and John Gruden taking the Raiders head coaching position. Then, we take your text questions, and the Groz and John discuss UW men's basketball and the wild card games.
In the top 5, John and Gee discuss the Seahawks denying the Packers request to interview John Schneider, the NFL wild card games, Adam Schefter reporting that the Seahawks want Gus Bradley back, the college football national championship game tonight, and the UW men's basketball team is looking promising under Mike Hopkins. Then, the Professor and Gee discuss their biggest takeaways from wild card weekend and who looks good to win next week. Plus, Gee Scott takes us Behind the Lines.
Mark Schlereth joins the Professor to talk NFL playoffs, the coaching changes in Green Bay and what happened to the Denver Broncos. Then, we take your text questions and the Groz stops by to discuss the playoffs and whether the less than stellar match-ups in the AFC will affect ratings.
In the top 5, John and Gee discuss Doug Baldwin being added to the pro bowl roster, Alex Grinch heading to Ohio State, the NFL playoffs starting this weekend, Seth Wickersham's story that the Patriots are coming undone, and Ryan Shazier shares good news in his recovery. Then, we talk playoffs, take your calls, and Gee Scott takes us Behind the Lines.
Sean Salisbury and the Professor go Four Downs of playoff quarterback questions. Then, we take your text questions and the Groz and John discuss the Seahawks home field advantage dwindling this season.
In the top 5, John and Gee discuss Kris Richard interviewing for the Colts head coaching job, the Seahawks signing kicker Jason Meyer to a future contract, Josh Rosen and Sam Darnold declaring for the draft, the fifteen NFL HOF finalists, and the Packers cleaning house in their coaching staff. Then, John explains how he thinks the Seahawks got away from their winning formula this season and Gee Scott takes us Behind the Lines.