ESPN Giants reporter Jordan Raanan joins the Professor to break down the Seahawks game vs the Giants this Sunday, then we take your text questions and the Groz stops by to discuss the Dodgers making it to their first World Series in 29 years.
In the top 5 John and Gee discuss the Seahawks Giants match-up, the wild ending to the Chiefs Raiders game last night, the Dodgers making it to the World Series for the 1st time in 29 years, what they're watching for in the NFC West showdown between the Rams and Cardinals, and the Steelers saying they have no intentions of trading Martavis Bryant. Then, Matt Chazanow of the WSU broadcast team, previews the Cougs game against Colorado and Gee Scott takes us Behind the Lines.
In the top 5 John and Gee discuss Cliff Avril being placed on IR, the Cubs staying alive against the Dodgers, Rick Pitino saying he passed a lie detector test, the Chiefs Raiders game tonight, and Teddy Bridgewater being cleared to return to practice with Vikings. Then, John Boyle of Seahawks.com joins the Professor to talk injuries and where the Seahawks are at coming off the bye week. Plus, Gee Scott takes us Behind the Lines.
Dave Wyman joins the show to talk Seahawks Giants and the offensive line shuffle. Then, we take your text questions and the Groz stops by to talk Yankees Astros.
In the top 5 John and Gee discuss the delay of Luke Joeckel's return, the Yankees coming back to tie the Astros series, Gordon Hayward suffering a horrific ankle injury in the Celtics Cavs season opener, someone stealing the bat from Ken Griffey Jr.'s statue, and Chris Long donating the rest of his 2017 salary to his education equality fund. Then, Rees Odhiambo joins the Professor to discuss his scary injury that hospitalized him following the Colts game and his progression at left tackle. Plus, Gee Scott takes us Behind the Lines.
Sean Salisbury and the Professor go Four Downs, with questions about Brett Hundley, Matt Ryan, Trevor Siemian, and Eli Manning. Then, we take your text questions, and the Groz and John discuss the NBA season kicking off and whether the Celtics can compete with the Cavs.
In the top 5 John and Gee discuss, Cliff Avril still seeking medical opinions on his neck injury, Chris Petersen confirming that Trey Adams, and Jordan Miller are out for the rest of the season, Mike Leach saying he has no plans to join Bill Moos at Nebraska, the NBA season kicking off tonight, and Ezekiel Elliott's appeal of his suspension being denied again. Then, Steve Raible joins the show to talk Seahawks and Gee Scott takes us Behind the Lines.
Max Meyer of SI.com joins the Professor to break down UW and WSU's losses this weekend and how they impact the PAC-12. Then, we take your text questions and the Groz stops by to talk about the strange weekend in the NFL and college football.
In the top 5 John and Gee discuss WSU and UW being dealt their first losses, Aaron Rodgers breaking his collarbone, The Dodgers and Astros jumping out to 2-0 leads, and the Steelers handing the Chiefs their first loss. Then, they break down what happened in the NFC and NFC West yesterday and how it leaves the Seahawks in a good position and Gee Scott takes us Behind the Lines.
ESPN.com's Kyle Bonagura joins the Professor from Berkley with an update on the air quality issue threatening the WSU Cal game tonight and breaks down the PAC-12. Then, we take your text questions and the Groz stops by to chat about the crazy Cubs Nationals game last night.
In the top 5 John and Gee discuss the Eagles big win over the Panthers last night, the Cubs defeating the Nationals in a wild game 5, Ezekiel Elliott's suspension being upheld by a Federal Appeals Court, fires in California creating air quality issues for WSU Cal game tonight, and Roger Goodell's wife admitting to creating a fake twitter account to defend him. Then, ESPN's Brady Henderson joins the Professor to discuss the possibility of Luke Joeckel missing multiple games and if signing Branden Albert could still happen. Plus Gee Scott takes us Behind the Lines.
In the top 5, John and Gee discuss the Panthers taking on the Eagles tonight in Thursday Night football, the Yankees knocking the Indians out of the playoffs, Mariners CEO John Stanton's comments on standing by Dipoto and Servais, Kyrie Irving saying he's now playing in a "real live sports city", and Dominique Rodgers Cromartie being suspended indefinitely by the Giants. Then, the Professor takes your questions and concerns about the Seahawks and Gee Scott takes us Behind the Lines.
Albert Breer of MMQB joins the show to discuss elements of spread offenses working their way into the NFL with teams like Kansas City and Houston. Then, the Professor takes your text questions and Groz stops by to talk about the sports woes of the city of Cleveland following the Indians loss last night.
Dave Wyman joins the Professor to discuss the latest on the Giants mess, which includes a Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie leaving practice and being suspended and Dave break down the importance of turnover differential for the Seahawks heading forward. Then, John and Gee bring you a Husky draft prospect and a recruit to watch for and we take your text questions. Plus, the Groz and John discuss why they think the Mara's won't fire Ben McAdoo despite the Giants massive issues.
In the top 5, John and Gee discuss Carroll saying the running backs are equal right now, Roger Goodell sending a letter to teams about the anthem, the Red Sox firing John Farrell, Isaiah Thomas saying he may never talk to Danny Ainge again, and Tom Brady having a sprained AC joint. Then, Seth Walder breaks down the Seahawks playoff projections according to ESPN's football power index and Gee Scott takes us Behind the Lines.
In the top 5, John and Gee discuss Seahawks injuries, Branden Albert's visit, Kirk Herbstreit attempting to clarify the comments he made that UW should be thankful for ESPN airing their games, Josh Gordon saying that Baylor coaches gave him detox drinks to pass drug tests, and Mitchell Trubisky's debut. Then, we take your calls on whether you like the Seahawks performing better with their backs against the wall or want more consistency. Plus, Gee Scott takes us Behind the Lines.
Sean Salisbury joins the Professor for Four Downs of quarterback questions on Ben Roethlisberger, Carson Wentz, Mitchell Trubisky, and Russell Wilson. Then we take your text questions and the Groz stops by to discuss the badly banged up Giants being the Seahawks opponent after the bye week.
Sheldon Richardson joins the show to discuss his big defensive performance yesterday, then we take your text questions, and Bob Stelton joins the Professor to talk where the Seahawks stand in the division and the NFC.
In the top 5 John and Gee discuss Earl Thomas' big day in the Seahawks win over the Rams, WSU and UW both being in the top 10 after wins this weekend, shots fired at UW during ESPN's broadcast of their game, Dolphins offensive line coach Chris Foerster resigning after the release of a scandalous video, and they go over the long list of injuries that happened in the NFL yesterday. Then, we hear from Frank Clark post-game and Gee Scott takes us Behind the Lines.
ESPN Rams reporter Alden Gonzalez joins John to preview the Seahawks game and the new look offense for the Rams. Then, we take your text questions and the Groz and the Professor talk about the Patriots struggles, and the MLB playoffs.
In the Top 5 John and Gee discuss the lack of confidence the national media has in the Seahawks heading into the Rams match-up, the latest Seahawks injury news, WSU Oregon and UW Cal, Cam Newton's apology, and Nick Folk's rough night against the Patriots. Then, Brian Watkins; the CEO of Rep the Squad stops by, and Gee Scott takes us Behind the Lines.
New Seahawks CB Justin Coleman joins the Professor to talk about his increased role with Jeremy Lane injures and his big pick 6 last week against the Colts. Then we take your text questions and the Groz and John talk about the excitement of the one game wild Card following the Diamondbacks win over the Rockies.
Dave Wyman joins the Professor to break down the Seahawks Rams game, we take your text questions, and the Groz stops by to talk Felix's future and Chris Petersen's issue with UW's late games.
In the top 5 John and Gee discuss the Seahawks facing Todd Gurley this week, Chris Petersen's complaints about late games, Jerry Dipoto's comments about how to best utilize Felix Hernandez next year, Ben Roethlisberger calling Antonio Brown's tantrum unfortunate, and the Yankees wild card win over the Twins. Then, Dan Graziano from ESPN explains his QB confidence rankings and where Russell Wilson and Jared Goff rank. Plus, Gee Scott takes us Behind the Lines of what Seahawks players think about being underdogs against the Rams.
Sean Salisbury joins the Professor for four downs of quarterback questions. Today they discuss whether Miami signing Jay Cutler was a mistake, if Tyrod Taylor can lead the Bills to the playoffs, if Jared Goff is for real, and if Derek Carr's injury could cost the Raiders a playoff spot. Then, we take your questions, and the Groz stops by to discuss the Chiefs covering the spread and the MLB playoffs.