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Percy Allen – The Seattle Times

Percy Allen from the Seattle Times joins us to talk where the Husky basketball team sits and what’s next against Colorado on Saturday.

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Jay Allen – Rip City Radio

Jay Allen from Rip City Radio in Portland comes on to give us the state of the Trail Blazers update as we’ve hit the All-Star Break.

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Wayne White – Extreme Bulls and Broncs

Extreme Bulls and Broncs comes to Lynden tomorrow and event announcer Wayne White joins us in studio.

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Mike Leach – WSU football coach

WSU football coach Mike Leach joins us to talk his recruiting class and even updates us on the four Whatcom County guys on his roster.

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The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

Doug is back! He’s (not) dead after all…. We start today off with The Good, The Bad, The Ugly on today’s trending sports topics.

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Jason Cole – BleacherReport.com

Jason Cole from BleacherReport.com comes on to tell us more about his report that several Seahawks are wondering if Marshawn Lynch will have a change of heart and want to return to Seattle.

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Good Question

The KPUG staff gathers again for Good Question… Topics include: Punchable faces, vacations and more.

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Bob Condotta – Seattle Times

Bob Condotta from the Seattle Times came on the program to talk about the Hawks salary cap, which is now larger after the retirement of Marshawn. What should the Seahawks spend their money on? How does Bob think they will spend the money?

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Stephen Cohen – SeattlePI.com

We’re also joined by Stephen Cohen from SeattlePI.com, who wrote an article that offered a case for Marshawn Lynch to be a Hall of Famer. His case is fairly compelling.

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Sekou Smith – NBA.com

Sekou Smith from NBA.com joins us as we near the NBA All-Star break. What are the top stories in the NBA heading into the deadline?

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