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Bud Withers – Seattle Times

Bud Withers from the Seattle Times is in Houston to cover the Gonzaga/UCLA game and he joins us for a preview

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Brian Pedersen –

We’re joined by Brian Pedersen from to discuss tonight’s Sweet 16 games and he is great as always.

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Clare Farnsworth –

Clare Farnsworth is retiring and he joins us one last time

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Sigmund Bloom –

Sigmund Bloom joins us to talk offseason fantasy football

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Darren Talley – Seattle University men’s basketball

Bellingham native Darren Talley is an assistant coach at Seattle U and he joins up to talk about tonight’s College Basketball Invitational game

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Eamonn Brennan –

Eamonn Brennan from joins us to look ahead to the Sweet 16 and the NCAA Tournament.

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James Paxton – Seattle Mariners

We also talk to Mariner pitcher James Paxton from Spring Training.

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Good Question

Another round of Good Question!

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We re-cap the sports weekend that was with Seen…Heard…Said

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Jim Meehan – Spokesman Review

Jim Meehan from Spokane joins us to talk Gonzaga

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Chris Mullin at the New Liberty Theatre in New York. 
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Seattle Mariners Executive Vice President & General Manager of Baseball Operations Jack Zduriencik, left, talks with manager Lloyd McClendon, right, as players throw in the bullpen during spring training baseball practice, Friday, Feb. 14, 2014, in Peoria, Ariz.

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