The Zone: Hear It Now

Hear It Now

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Good Question

The KPUG staff gathers for a baseball themed round of good question

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Tony Dominguez – WWU

Western Viking men’s basketball coach Tony Dominguez joins us from Monmouth, Oregon where the Vikings visit conference leader Western Oregon

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Dane Brugler – NFLDraftScout.com

Dane Brugler from NFLDraftScout.com and CBS Sports joins us talk about the scouting combine getting underway.

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Mike Leach – WSU Cougars

We’re joined by Washington State University football coach Mike Leach.

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Kip Leonetti – Bellingham Slam

Bellingham Slam general manager Kip Leonetti tells us about the team not playing in 2015.

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Seen…Heard…Said

We re-cap the weekend with Seen…Heard…Said.

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He-man Haiku

We give away a prize pack for dudes with He-Man Haiku

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Steve Kyler – BasketballInsider.com

Steve Kyler from BasketballInsider.com joins us to from New York to preview All-Star Weekend

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“Flight Time” Lang – Harlem Globetrotters

With the Harlem Globetrotters in the northwest we hear from veteran Globetrotter “Flight Time” Lang

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Ryan Divish – Seattle Times

The Mariners are adding veteran free agent Rickie Weeks, so Ryan Divish from the Seattle Times joins us to talk about the M’s.

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