Seahawks running back Chris Carson joins the Professor to discuss the offense, other rookie running backs he enjoys watching, and what he expects to see from the Colts defense this week. Then, John takes your text questions, and the Groz says the NCAA FBI investigation isn't going to change anything.
In the top 5 John and Gee discuss Dion Sanders calling the Seahawks secondary the Legion of Whom, the arrests of four NCAA assistant coaches yesterday on federal corruption charges, the Seahawks announcing they will retire Kenny Easley's jersey Sunday, Paxton having a good outing in M's win, and Johnny Manziel being barred from signing a CFL contract this year. Then, Will Hobson from the Washington Post explains why the FBI began investigating the NCAA and Gee Scott takes us Behind the Lines.
Dave Wyman joins the Professor to discuss the Seahawks defense and what needs to change, then Gee and John preview a Husky recruit and a possible NFL draft prospect in Washington Wednesdays. The show ends early for Mariner baseball as they take on the A's.
In the top 5 John and Gee discuss the Pete Carroll's comments about the newness and youth of the team, the struggles the Cardinals had in their loss to the Cowboys, Coach Petersen confirming that Chico McClatcher is lost for the season, Felix's impressive outing last night, and Adam Gase saying he's tired of his team's "garbage" offense. Then, the Professor and Gee have a debate on whether the Seahawks get too emotional during games and Gee takes us Behind the Lines of the mentality in the Seahawks locker room right now.
Sean Salisbury and the Professor answer questions about Cam Newton, DeShaun Watson, Joe Flacco, and Jacoby Brisset in Four Downs, then we take your text questions and the Groz and John tell you why you shouldn't panic over Seahawks slow start.
We listen in on John Clayton's post-game interviews with Bobby Wagner, Luke Willson, and Luke Joeckel and Gee gives his reaction. Then, we take your text questions, and the Groz gives his positive take on yesterday's loss.
Gee Scott is in for the Professor today. He starts the show with a moving reflection on sports and how unifying they can be. Then, In the top 5, he discusses the Seahawks loss to the Titans, UW and WSU's big wins over the weekend, The Mariners officially being eliminated from the playoffs, and the Raiders falling to Washington in the Sunday Night Football match-up. Then, Gee takes your calls on the biggest thing the Seahawks need to fix, and Mike Sando joins the show for Behind the Lines.
Titans Writer Paul Kuharsky joins the Professor to break down the Seahawks Titans game, then we take your text questions, and the Groz stops by with a look ahead to next year's Mariners.
In the top 5, John and Gee discuss the Seahawks facing off against the Titans, UW and WSU's match-ups tomorrow, Robinson Cano hitting home run number 300, the Rams 49ers Thursday Night Football score-fest, and Aaron Hernandez's family filing a lawsuit against the Patriots and the NFL after stage 3 CTE was found in his brain. Then, Oday Aboushi joins the Professor to discuss his role on the offensive line. Plus, Gee Scott takes us Behind the Lines with why he thinks this will be a tough game for the Seahawks.
Seahawks rookie cornerback Shaquill Griffin joins the Professor to explain how he is acclimating so well to the NFL and the Seahawks defense. Then we take your text questions and the Groz and John talk Thursday Night Football between the 49ers and Rams.
In the top 5 John and Gee discuss the Seahawks injury report, Richard Sherman's comments that the injury report is for gamblers, the M's losing their sixth straight, an extension being finalized for Roger Goodell, and Ben McAdoo considering giving up offensive play calling duties. Then, the Professor takes your calls on Bobby Wagner's comments that the defense expects to lead the team to victory even if the offense only scores three points. Plus, Gee Scott takes us Behind the Lines.
Danny Kelly from the Ringer joins John to discuss his story on why this slow offensive start is really nothing new for the Seahawks, and while there is definitely room for improvement, Pete Carroll is a coach that emphasizes peaking later. Then, the Professor takes your text questions and the Groz stops by for some discussion on social media and athletes.
In the top 5 John and Gee discuss; some recent Seahawks transactions, the Mariners dropping game one of the Rangers series, Joe Thomas making an interesting analogy about how linemen are viewed in the NFL, Kevin Durant's twitter debacle, and Santana Moss and RGIII getting into a feud over a disagreement on how Griffin reacted to Mike Shanahan's firing. Then, Dave Wyman talks about how he thinks Russell Wilson and the Seahawks defense will perform against the Titans Sunday and Gee Scott takes us Behind the Lines checking in on how the rookies are doing so far.
Gee Scott is out today. In the top 5 John and Maura discuss; Pete Carroll saying there are still competitions going on within the offensive line, Carroll's comments about needing to get Jimmy Graham more involved, the Mariners heading into their last home stand with Mike Leake taking the mound, the Giants awful offensive performance on Monday Night Football, and Jason Garrett addressing Ezekiel Elliott's lack of effort Sunday. Then, Shannon Drayer joins the Professor to break down what the M's have to do in these last twelve games, and Brady Henderson takes us Behind the Lines with his thoughts on Eddie Lacy.
Sean Salisbury joins the Professor for 4 Downs of quarterback questions. They discuss if it's alright that Jason Garrett, Ben McAdoo, and Bruce Arians called their QB's out publicly, whether Trevor Siemian is a franchise QB, which QB is in the most trouble because of the poor offensive line play league wide, and if Andy Dalton is in danger of losing his job to AJ McCarron. Then, the Proffesor takes your text questions and the Groz announces that his Mariners 'Dare to Dream Express' is now void of passengers.
John shares his post game interviews with Frank Clark and Michael Wilhoite and Frank Clark issues a challenge to Seahawks fans. Then, the Professor takes your text questions and the Groz is not feeling very positive about last night's game.
In the top 5 John and Gee discuss the Seahawks win over the Niners, Eddie Lacy being a healthy scratch, the Huskies and Cougs both winning big this weekend, the M's getting swept with the end of the season approaching, and NFL notes from around the league. Then, the Professor takes your calls on how you feel about the closer than expected Seahawks win and Gee Scott takes us Behind the Lines of the running back battle.
Matt Maiocco of NBC Sports Bay Area joins the show to break down the Seahawks 49ers match-up, the Professor takes your text questions and the Groz stops by with his thoughts on the Seahawks 49ers rivalry.
Gee is out today. In the top 5 John and Maura discuss Richard Sherman's availability for Sunday's game, the Mariners rolling to their 3rd straight blowout win, a look forward to the Cougs and Huskies match-ups, the Bengals falling to 0-2 after last night's loss to the Texans, and the Colts naming Jacoby Brissett as their starter. Then, Sheldon Richardson discusses joining the Seahawks and the depth of their defensive line. Plus Sports Illustrated's Robert Klemko explains his story on possible head coaching candidates in the NFL, including Kris Richard and Darrell Bevell.
In the top 5 John and Gee discuss Pete Carroll's injury update ahead of Sunday's game, the Mariners notching another win with an 8-1 victory over the Rangers, the Huskies facing a familiar foe in Fresno St coach Jeff Tedford, Pete Carroll saying he regrets giving John Lynch so much information, and the NFL attempts to speed up motion in Ezekiel Elliott's case. Then, Super Bowl 50 champion and former Seahawk Tyler Polumbus talks league wide offensive line issues with the Professor and Gee Scott takes us behind the Lines of why the players love Pete Carroll.
Shannon Drayer joins John to discuss the Mariners and the return of Felix tonight. Then the Professor takes your text questions and The Groz stops by to talk about the Huskies match-up with Fresno St.
Dave Wyman joins the Professor to discuss the Seahawks opening game issues and why they will bounce back. Then, the Professor and Gee break down Huskies players and potential prospects for Washington Wednesday and Groz stops by.
In the top 5 the Professor and Gee discuss Doug Baldwin commenting on the Seahawks consistently starting slow on offense, Matt Hasselbeck talking about the pressure Wilson faced week one, the Mariners 10-3 victory over the Rangers, the initial vote for the 2018 NFL Hall of Fame class, and an angry Chargers fan's anti-NFL billboard. Then, ESPN's Mike Sando joins John to talk about the Seahawks offensive woes week one, and Gee Scott takes us Behind the Lines.
Which QB had the better performance, Aaron Rodgers vs. Russell Wilson? John Clayton goes Four Downs with Sean Salisbury brought to you by Venue Kings Hotline. Then your text questions are answered and The Professor sits down with The Groz to talk about the breaking news with the Oak View Group.
Breaking arena news here in Seattle! Oak View Group ha proposed a MoU to the Seattle City Council, and if all goes according to plan, construction could start as soon as October 2018. That and more is covered in the Top Five stories of the day. The Professor sits down with Tyler Lockett to ask the young wide receiver about his comeback from injury. Then John Clayton goes Behind the Lines with Gee Scott, and maybe the offensive line isn't the only one to blame.