In the top 5, John and Gee discuss the Seahawks match-up with the Arizona Cardinals, WSU's loss to MSU in the Holiday Bowl, UW facing Penn State in the Fiesta Bowl tomorrow, the Giants hiring Dave Gettleman as GM, and the NFL announces it will not fine the Texans for a concussion protocol violation. Then, Ryan Clark from the News Tribune breaks down the Fiesta Bowl and Gee Scott takes us Behind the Lines.
Josh Weinfuss of ESPN.com joins the professor to talk Seahawks Cardinals and the future of Bruce Arians and Larry Fitzgerald. Then, we take your text questions and the Groz and John talk legalizing gambling on sports.
In the top 5, John and Gee discuss the Seahawks injury updates, approaching the possibility of their sixth straight season with 10 or more wins, WSU facing MSU in the Holiday Bowl tonight, James Harrison's teammates comment on his departure, and Dez Bryant saying he will not consider a pay-cut. Then, WSU sideline reporter Jessamyn McIntyre joins the Professor to preview the Holiday Bowl and Gee Scott takes us Behind the Lines.
K.J. Wright joins the Professor to discuss this Sunday's game against the Cardinals and how the possibility of Bruce Arians leaving might change that rivalry. Then, we take your text questions and the Groz joins us live from V-Mac, where he says there is a quiet confidence in the atmosphere.
Sean Salisbury joins John Clayton to talk about the news around the NFL and Four Downs on QB's around the league too. Plus, John answers your text questions and a visit from The Groz.
John Clayton goes over the Top 5 stories of the day that include Pete Carroll & Earl Thomas talking things out, Alex Grinch mum on future at WSU and what the James Harrison signing means for the AFC. Plus, Wednesday's with Dave Wyman and Behind the Lines with Gee Scott.
The Seahawks beat the Cowboys to stay alive in the playoff chase and Earl Thomas made some headlines of his own, all that and more in today's Top 5. Later, John's postgame lockerroom interviews with Sheldon Richarson and Mike Davis.
John Clayton interviews Justin Coleman & Bobby Wagner about the game against the Cowboys, how the defense was able to play so well and what they have left to do in order to make the playoffs this season. Plus, text questions from listeners and The Groz to round out the show.
Friday's second hour of the show starts off with John getting a visit from Matt Mosley of the Dallas Morning News as they preview the Seahawks trip to Dallas to take on the Cowboys. Later in the hour, John and Gee answer your text questions. The holiday weekend gets started with The Groz joining Clayton.
The Seahawks get fined for violating concussion protocol, a number of Seahawks miss practice with injuries ahead of their trip to Dallas, and the sports world loses a broadcasting icon. John Clayton discusses all of that and more in Friday's Top Five stories to start the show. Later in the hour, Seahawks defensive lineman Marcus Smith joins Clayton. The hour wraps with John and Gee Scott going behind the lines of the Huskies' biggest signing of the 2018 recruiting class.
Gee Scott is off today. In the top 5, John and Maura discuss Bobby Wagner expressing regret for his tweet at Earl Thomas, the Seahawks injury report, UW and WSU each signing 18 recruits during the early signing day, rumors that Sheldon Richardson and Earl Thomas will test the trade market, and Rams kicker Greg Zuerlein going to IR. Then, we hear from DeShawn Shead about his fight to make it back from his ACL injury, and Danny Kelly from the Ringer joins the Professor to break down some of the questions surrounding the Seahawks roster next year.
NFL analyst Bucky Brooks joins the Professor for some college quarterback talk, deeper look at trends in the NFL and where he thinks the Seahawks stand right now. Then, we take your text questions, and the Groz and John discuss the Seahawks and 710 ESPN extending their partnership.
In the top 5, John and Gee discuss the four Seahawks voted into the Pro Bowl, the early signings for UW football, Aaron Rodgers being placed on IR for the remainder of the season, Tom Brady's trainer being banned from the sidelines and the team plane, and Ezekiel Elliott's return. Then, they break down whether it's a good or bad thing that the NFC currently only has one team that was in the playoffs last year that would be in this year. Plus, Gee Scott takes us Behind the Lines of the keys to victory Sunday against the Cowboys.
Dave Wyman joins John to discuss how the Seahawks can bounce back, Gee Scott breaks down some of the Huskies early signings, and we take your text questions. Then, the Groz explains why he doesn't like college football recruiting.
In the top 5, John and Gee break down possible playoff scenarios for the Seahawks after the Falcons win last night, Pete Carroll's comments that he has a problem with the team falling "so far, so fast", Mike Leach getting an extension from WSU, Thomas Davis being given a two game suspension for his hit on Davante Adams, and rumors Marvin Lewis is leaving the Bengals after the season. Then, Mike Sando joins the show to discuss his article about team's that could be ready for an overhaul and why the Seahawks are on the list. Plus, Gee Scott takes us Behind the Lines.
Sean Salisbury joins the Professor for Four Downs of quarterback questions on; Aaron Rodgers, Ben Roethlisbrger, Derek Carr, and Cam Newton. Then, we take your text questions and the Groz stops by to talk about what Mike Leach's extension means for WSU football.
The Professor shares his post game conversations with Duane Brown, Terrance Garvin, and Shaquill Griffiin. Then, we take your text questions and the Groz stops by to discuss the bigger implications of this loss.
Maurice Jones Drew is now a part of the Rams radio broadcast team and he joins John to break down the big game. Then, we take your text questions and the Groz shares his concerns for the Seahawks in facing the Rams.
In the top 5, John and Gee discuss the importance of the Seahawks getting a win over the Rams Sunday, UW announcing that they will be honoring Isaiah Thomas with a jersey retirement ceremony, news that Jimmy Lake will remain at UW and rumors that Alex Grinch could be leaving WSU, and more drama for the New York Giants. Then, we talk with Justin Forsett about his efforts to help hurricane victims in Puerto Rico and about Alex Collins success with the Ravens. Plus, Gee Scott takes us Behind the Lines.
Dave Wyman joins John to discuss the Seahawks Rams game, the possibility Bobby Wagner might not be able to play, and Malik McDowell's off the field issues. Then, We take your text questions, and the Groz and John Discuss the Mariners off season so far.
In the top 5, John and Gee discuss the latest on Seahawks injuries, Pete Carroll backing Blair Walsh, the Mariners signing some relievers yesterday, Malik McDowell's arrest video being released, and Marcus Mariota apologizing to reporters for being short after the Titans loss to Arizona Sunday. Then, Mike Davis joins the Professor to discuss running against the Rams defense and Gee Scott takes us Behind the Lines.
The announcement that this extension will be Roger Goodell's last prompts a discussion about what the Professor and Gee would change if they were in charge of the NFL. Then, we take your calls on what you would change in the NFL and the Groz shares his take.
In the top 5 John and Gee discuss the linebacker position if Bobby Wagner doesn't play on Sunday, the Angels confirming that Shohei Ohtani got a PRP injection and has a UCL sprain, the Rams getting good news on their injury report, Aaron Rodgers being cleared to resume play, and Larry Johnson telling the Washington Post he thinks he is suffering from CTE. Them. the NFL Network's Charley Casserly joins John to talk NFL playoff picture, and Gee Scott takes us Behind the Lines.
Sean Salisbury joins the Professor for Four Downs of quarterback questions about Marcus Mariota, Jay Cutler, Kirk Cousins, and Jacoby Brissett. Then, we take your text questions and Bob Stelton stops by to discuss how big of an impact injuries could have on the upcoming Rams Seahawks game.
In the top 5, John and Gee discuss the announcement that there will be no suspensions following the Seahawks Jaguars game, Pete Carroll saying he's spoken with Malik McDowell about his Atlanta arrest, the NFL sending a memo warning of significant punishments for abusing officials, the Patriots loss to the Dolphins on MNF, and Aaron Rodgers possible return this Sunday. Then, Pete Carroll made comments that Baldwin and Graham needed to fight for the balls that were intercepted. Gee and John debate who was at fault. Plus, Gee Scott takes us Behind the Lines.