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Friend of the show Gregg Bell of the News Tribune of Tacoma joins us to look ahead to tonight’s fourth (and final, thank goodness) preseason game for the Seahawks against the Raiders. Who has the most to gain? How long will the starters play? Who will win?
We wrap up our prep football preview with Ferndale coach Jamie Plenkovich and Meridian coach Bob Ames. Who are the senior starters for the Golden Eagles? Who will start at QB for the Trojans?
With the first full weekend of the college football season firing up tonight, we roll out our first Pac-12 Preview of this season! We’ll give you all the info you need for the Thursday, Friday and Saturday night games around the Pac-12.
Zach Rymer from BleacherReport.com joins us for the first time since the M’s fired GM Jack Z. Is the M’s a desired destination for GM’s? Who does Zach think would be a good fit as GM for Seattle? Can the Mariners build some momentum going into 2016?
Ferndale native and former WWU punter Michael Koenen joins the show talk about his release from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, his future in the NFL and more.
We continue preview of the upcoming football season with Blaine coach Jay Dodd, Bellingham coach Ted Flint and Nooksack Valley Robb Myhre. Will Blaine start at quarterback? Can Bellingham continue their positive momentum from last year? How good can youngsters for Nooksack Valley be?
We continue our prep football preview, hearing from Sehome coach Bob Norvell, Squalicum’s Nick Lucey and Lynden coach Curt Kramme. Does Norvell like what he has seen so far in camp? Who will start at QB for Squalicum? How will Lynden rebound after last years title loss?
We switch gears (kind of) as Christian Caple of the News Tribune of Tacoma comes on the show to talk Husky football. Who does Christian think will start at QB Friday against Boise State? Who will be the breakout Husky this year? Will the Dawgs make it to a bowl game?
We begin our high school football previews hearing form Lynden Christian coach Galen Kaemingk, Lummi coach Jim Sandusky and Mount Baker head man Ron Lepper.
We take a look back at the full weekend in sports with Seen…Heard…Said