The Zone: Hear It Now

Hear It Now

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Mark Daniels – WTAQ in Green Bay

Mark Daniels from WTAQ Radio in Green Bay is in Seattle for the game and he gives us the Packers perspective.

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Craig Terrill – Seattle Seahawks

Craig Terrill from the Seahawks Radio Network joins us to look ahead to the NFC Championship game

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Percy Allen – The Seattle Times

Percy Allen from the Seattle Time comes on to preview the Washington versus Oregon State game tonight.

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Good Question

The KPUG staff gathers for another round of Good Question.

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Tony Dominguez – WWU men’s coach

Mark also spoke to WWU’s coach Tony Dominguez to preview tonight’s WWU vs. CWU matchup.

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Matt Overton – Indianapolis Colts

Mark taped up an interview with Colts long snapper and former Viking football player Matt Overton.

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Jamie Moyer – Former Seattle Mariner pitcher

Jamie Moyer will be inducted into the Mariners Hall of Fame this summer and we hear part of his press conference from today

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Robert Kennedy – News Director, WTAQ Green Bay

Our old co-worker Robert Kennedy stops by to talk NFL Playoffs as Seattle sets up to square off with Green Bay

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Jay Allen – Rip City Radio

Jay Allen from Rip City Radio covers the Oregon Ducks and he joins us from the National Championship Game in Dallas as they prepare to face Ohio State.

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