Dave Wyman joins the show through the Venue Kings Hotline to talk Seahawks football. Dave and John recap the game against the Buccaneers and what kind of improvements we might see heading into the game against a tough Panthers team. Next, Professor Clayton heads to the text line to answer the listeners questions about current NFL news. Dave Grosby joins John on the show today to talk about Seahawks and the Huskies chances at making the college football playoff.
Top Five Stories: Doug Baldwin talks about how dangerous the Seahawks can be when they have all their weapons on the field. Chris Fowler tells Brock and Salk the one thing that could knock the Huskies out. Mark Helfrich gets fired by Oregon. Justin Tucker suggests a team should get a point for kicking it through the uprights on a kickoff. Colorado fined for rushing the field? Keith Law joins the show to talk MLB baseball and what moves the Mariners are making this offseason. Behind the Lines with Gee Scott!
Top Five Stories of the Day: Michael Bennett is scheduled to practice this week and hopefully make his return against Carolina on Sunday Night Football. Are the Packers showing signs of life? Or was last night's MNF game more of a sign of the Eagles continued struggles? Jim Harbaugh expressed his disappointment with the officiating in Michigan's 30-27 loss to Ohio State, and the University of Michigan was fined $10k for his comments. John is joined by Doug Baldwin to talk about some of the Seahawks offensive struggles, and where they can go moving forward. Gee Scott joins the show for Behind the Lines.
A look back at Doug Baldwin's interview starts the hour. Next, the shows goes around the NFL, talking about the hottest topics in the league. 'The Professor' answers your burning questions. And, 'The Groz' joins the show to close the hour.
John starts off the second hour of the show by continuing the Seahawks conversation. The Hawks are dealing with more injuries now after playing a physical game against the Buccaneers. Earl Thomas is returning this week which will help guide the defensive unit going forward and help improve the mistakes made. Next, Professor Clayton answers the listeners text questions about the NFL. Dave Grosby comes by the studio to close out the Seahawks conversation and give his opinion on what happened yesterday.
Top Five Stories: Russell Wilson's performance was lacking yesterday against Tampa Bay. Offensive line struggled yesterday to protect Russell Wilson. The defense struggled early, but were able to turn it around after being scored on twice. Luke Falk and the Cougars struggled against the Huskies talented defense. Hue Jackson is frustrated with the Bengals and the losing streak has caused a lot of emotion. Professor Clayton opens up the phone lines today to talk about everyone's concerns with the Seahawks. Behind the Lines with Gee Scott!
Starting off the second hour of the show with Wednesdays with Wyman. Dave Wyman joins John on the show today to get an early look at the Tampa Bay game this weekend. John and Dave go over the recent injuries to the team and the changes that have been happening in regards to the development of the players within the franchise. Next, Professor Clayton answers the listeners text questions about the NFL. Closing out the show today with Dave Grosby coming by the studio to talk about a historic Apple Cup.
Top Five Stories: Seahawks head into a challenging match up with Jameis Winston and Tampa Bay. How will the Seahawks defense try and contain him? J'Marcus Webb is released by the Seahawks after not fitting in well with the offensive line scheme. Rob Gronkowski is likely to be out this week after taking a hard hit from Earl Thomas. Is Chip Kelly on his way out in San Francisco? Robert Griffin III is scheduled to return this week. Damon Huard joins John on the show today to discuss the Apple Cup. Behind the lines with Gee Scott!
Top Five Stories of the Day: Michael Bennett says watching the Seahawks play without him is like watching someone sleep with your wife. How 'for real' are the Oakland Raiders? They move to 8-2 after defeating the Texans on Monday Night Football in Mexico City. Chris Petersen believes the WSU Cougars have evolved since the last Apple Cup. Cougar Hall of Famer Jason Gesser joins the show to talk about the WSU side of the Apple Cup. John goes Behind The Lines with Gee Scott.
John starts off the second hour of the show with the Seahawks injury report and who the next man up is for the Seahawks to fill some of the holes on the team. Even though the Seahawks are hobbled after the last game a positive takeaway is that Russell Wilson is playing lights out football. Next, Professor Clayton answers text questions about news from around the NFL. Seahawks wide receiver Tyler Lockett joins John to talk about the game against the Eagles last Sunday. Bonus time with Gee Scott!
The Top Five Stories of the Day: Doug Baldwin throws Russell Wilson a touchdown, Thomas Rawls makes his return, DeShawn Shead has a hamstring injury, Bruce Arians says the Cardinals season isn't over, and why are there so many missed extra points this season? Seahawks are continuing to roll even at the expense of a few key players like CJ Prosise and Earl Thomas. Behind the Lines with Gee Scott!
Trent Dilfer joins John on the show today to talk about news around the NFL and the upcoming games this week. Trent also gives his take on Russell Wilson and the Seahawks chances at facing a tough Philadelphia team. A balanced offense is going to be key in facing off against a tough and determined Philadelphia defense which has a dangerous front four. Next, Professor Clayton answers text questions from the listeners. Bonus time with Gee Scott!
Professor Clayton starts off the show today with giving his take on the Seahawks game coming up this Sunday against the Philadelphia Eagles. Thomas Rawls is returning to the team this week and hopefully his production will help balance the Seahawks offense. Next, John goes over the crazy world of college football and how the Huskies and Cougars fair in their upcoming games. Sal Paolantonio joins the show to talk about the Philadelphia and Seattle game. Behind the the lines with Gee Scott!
Top Five Stories of the Day: Pete Carroll says George Fant didn't miss a single assignment in Sunday's game. Tom Cable says Garry Gilliam and Bradley Sowell will battle for the starting right tackle spot. Who are the most notable candidates for the upcoming Hall of Fame class? John takes calls from listeners on the state of the offensive line. Next, John goes Behind The Lines with Gee Scott to discuss the offensive line, and the upcoming game against the Philadelphia Eagles.
Washington State quarterback Luke Faulk joins the show. Find out who the Cougars signal caller thinks should win the Heisman. Next, John answers your burning questions. Bob Stelton of "Bob, Groz and Tom" joins 'The Professor' to discuss the George Fant at left tackle, Bradley Sowell potentially at right tackle and the rest of Seattle's offensive line issues.
Starting off the last hour of the show with Dave Wyman joining John through the Venue Kings Hotline. John and Dave talk about the recent changes at running back and the potential impacts it has. John and Dave also talk about getting Thomas Rawls back in the starting rotation and how that is going to help the Seahawks and their recent offensive struggles. Professor Clayton answers listeners text questions. Bob Stelton swings by the studio to close out the show with John talking about Christine Michael's recent departure from the team.
The Top Five Stories of the Day: Christine Michael has been released by the Seahawks. Troymaine Pope is signed by the Seahawks. Tony Romo says Dak Prescott has earned the starting job in Dallas. Robert Griffin III is still injured and no timetable has been given for his return. Is Luke Falk in the Heisman conversation? Professor Clayton opens up the phone lines to hear your thoughts on the Seahawks running back shuffle. Behind the lines with Gee Scott!
Sean Salisbury joins 'The Professor' to discuss the Seahawks, Huskies and more, as the guys go "Four Downs!" Seahawks linebacker K.J. Wright joins the show after Seattle's big win on Sunday night. John answers your questions to close out the hour.
Top Five Stories of the Day: Matt Hasselbeck said the Seahawks won without their best defensive player, Michael Bennett. How good could the Seahawks defense be WITH Michael Bennett? Ian Rapoport says Rob Gronkowski suffered a punctured lung after the hit from Earl Thomas. After winning four straight, Odell Beckham Jr. says the Giants are looking forward to Houston. John takes calls from listeners to discuss the state of the Seahawks runningback situation. Should CJ Prosise be the lead back, despite the return of Thomas Rawls? Next, John goes Behind The Lines with Gee Scott.
Brady Henderson of 710Sports.com joins Gee to talk about how Seattle was able to beat the Patriots, the big plays, and who the Seahawks need to look out for the rest of the season. John Clayton gets back from DC in time to take listener questions via text. The Professor closes things out with Bob Stelton as they talk about the Seahawks big win over the Patriots and how they'd stack up against the Cowboys in the playoffs.
Gee Scott in for John Clayton. We kick things off with the "Top Five Stories of the Day" which covers the Seahawks goal line stand to seal the win over New England, how big was Kam Chancellor's return, and did the Seahawks find their new running back in CJ Prosise? Also what happened to the Huskies dropping their first game of the year to USC? The Cougs Pac-12 dominance continues as they take down Cal to go 7-0 in the conference. Gee talks to callers about who was the MVP of last night's win over the Patriots? Russell Wilson? Kam Chancellor? CJ Prosise? Gee goes "Behind the Lines" as we hear from the New England side of things from Bill Belichick and Rob Gronkowski.
Ben Volin from the Boston Globe joins John on the show today to talk about the Seahawks and Patriots Sunday Night Football match up. This game is a rematch of the Superbowl from a couple of years ago. Will the Seahawks finally get the revenge they so desperately wanted? The Professor answers rapid fire text questions from news around the NFL. Closing out the show for the weekend with Gee Scott for some bonus time!
John starts off the show today talking about the the Seahawks and their current match up against the Patriots this weekend. The defense will have their hands full with Tom Brady and a highly potent Patriots offense. Next, Professor Clayton opens up the phone lines to talk with the listeners about the Seahawks game this Sunday and any potential concerns going into the game. Gee Scott swings by the studio for behind the lines!
Top Five Stories of the Day: Richard Sherman was fined $9,000 for his play on Monday night. Jason Garrett says Tony Romo will practice like he did last week, but there is no medical reason that he is sidelined at this point. John takes your calls: Are you okay with the Seahawks transitioning to a pass-first offense? John goes Behind The Lines with Gee Scott to discuss the Seahawks upcoming matchup against the Patriots.
Brad Edwards of ESPN Radio's College Gameday joins the show to discuss the Huskies chances at the College Football Playoff and the other favorites to make it to the final four. Can he say anything bad about Tom Brady? Will the Browns win their first game tonight? 'The Professor' has the answers to those questions and more. And, 'The Groz' from "Bob, Groz and Tom" joins John Clayton to close out the show.