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Steve Card – WWU

Steve Card joins us to discuss becoming the new WWU Athletic Director after serving in an interim capacity for 10 months

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Shannon Drayer – Seattle Mariners

Seattle Mariner Radio reporter Shannon Drayer comes on to give us the update one week before the regular season

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Doug Brodess – BleacherReport.com

Doug Brodess from BleacherReport.com joins us to talk all thing NCAA Tournament

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Seen…Heard…Said

We review the weekend in sports with a little Seen…Heard…Said

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Lance Calloway – Bellingham Blazers

Bellingham Blazers general manager Lance Calloway tells us about his team’s fund-raising efforts to go to the national tournament

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Curt DeHaan – Lynden Christian High School

We start things off with Curt DeHaan as the Lynden Christian girls coach joins us as he announced his retirement today

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Bud Nameck – WSU Cougars

The voice of the Washington State Cougars Bud Nameck comes on the show to tell us the latest on the firing of Cougs men’s coach Ken Bone

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Rob Dauster – NBCSports

Rob Dauster from NBCSports joins us to discuss all things March Madness

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Seen…Heard…Said

We take a look back at the weekend in sports with Seen…Heard…Said

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Bud Withers – The Seattle Times

Bud Withers from the Seattle Times joins us to talk the Gonzaga vs. Oklahoma State match-up in the NCAA Tournament

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