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Mark Schlereth – ESPN NFL analyst

ESPN NFL analyst Mark Schlereth joins us to talk Seahawks and Kam’s holdout as we get ready for the NFL opener.

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Yogi Roth – Pac-12 Network football analyst

Yogi Roth from the Pac-12 Network joins us to recap the Dawgs & Cougars losses over the weekend. How good is Jake Browning? Can Mike Leach turn it around in Pullman?

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Good Question

Another round of Good Question! Topics include food or beverages named after you, Kam Chancellor and Mount Rushmore.

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Larry LaBree – WSIFOA

Did you see the tape of the high school kids in Texas hitting the referee? We hear from some witnesses and a school district spokesman. The dean of Whatcom County officials Larry LaBree joins us to share his thoughts on the matter.

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Sigmund Bloom – FootballGuys.com

Sigmund Bloom for FootballGuys.com breaks down all you need to know about fantasy football

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Josh Kraght – Portland State

Portland State opens their regular season tomorrow versus Washington State and we are joined Vikings wide receiver and former Lynden High School star Josh Kraght

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Football Friday

We look at all the football action coming up this weekend with Football Friday.

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Gregg Bell – News Tribune of Tacoma

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?

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Jamie Plenkovich & Bob Ames

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?

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Pac-12 Preview

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.

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