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Jeff Bearden – Bellingham Post 7

Jeff Bearden assistant coach of the Post 7 Legion baseball team tells us about today’s season-ending loss

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Seen…Heard…Said

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

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Terry Blount – ESPN.com

Terry Blount from ESPN.com joins Doug & Mark to breaks down the impact of Marshawn Lynch’s holdout on the Seahawks

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PAC-12 Media Day

We hear some highlights from this week’s PAC-12 Football Media Day including Steve Sarkisian, Chris Petersen, and Mike Leach

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Jim Clem – Bellingham Bells

Bellingham Bells pitching coach Jim Clem is getting his own bobblehead Saturday night and he comes on to give us his thoughts

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Clare Farnsworth – Seahawks.com

We check in with Clare Farnsworth from Seahawks.com to talk about Sidney Rice retiring and the opening of training camp

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Melissa Isaacson – ESPN Chicago

ESPN Chicago’s Melissa Isaacson, author of “Sweet Lou” gives us some stories of Lou Piniella

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James Jones – Seattle Mariners

Mariners outfielder James Jones joins The Zone to talk about his roller coaster season, Ackley’s big catch & the playoff push!

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Tony Dominguez – WWU Hoops

Western Washington University men’s basketball coach Tony Dominguez joins us to talk about the new schedule coming out

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Good Question

The KPUG staff gathers for another round of Good Question

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