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Good Question

Another round of Good Question! Topics include: Bologna, fall and favorite movies.

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Ryan Divish – The Seattle Times

Ryan Divish from the Seattle Times joins us to talk about the departure of Fernando Rodney, the red-hot Hisashi Iwakuma and what’s in store the rest of the way for the M’s

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Art Thiel – Sports Press Northwest

Art Thiel from Sports Press Northwest come on to talk about the state of the Seahawks offensive line and about a pair of close preseason losses

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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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Everett Herald’s David Krueger/Listener’s sound off on the purpose of youth sports

Doug asks the audience, what’s the mission or purpose of the youth sports. The Everett Herald’s David Krueger has wrote about the Snohomish LL team and he joins the show to talk about it. We take your calls and texts on the purpose of youth sports and we get A LOT of different answers.

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Gregg Bell – News Tribune of Tacoma

Gregg Bell of the News Tribune of Tacoma joins the show to preview the Seahawks/Kansas City Chiefts preseason game tomorrow. The guys also discuss Kam Chancellor’s holdout, Richard Sherman’s comments about Deflategate and Seattle’s struggling offensive line.

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Sigmund Bloom – FootballGuys.com

Sigmund Bloom from FootballGuys.com comes on for his first visit the season to preview the upcoming fantasy football season. Who is the top overall pick this year? Who doesn’t he like for the 2015 season? How will Jimmy Graham do in the Seahawks offense?

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Steve Card – WWU Athletic Director

WWU AD Steve Card joins Doug to talk about WWU hoops playing at Whatcom CC/Skagit CC and his new role with the NCAA.

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Zach Rymer – BleacherReport.com

BleacherReport.com’s Zach Rymer joins Doug to talk about the Mariners and Major League Baseball. Which M’s have the most to gain in the final part of the season? How would Kenny Williams (potentially) fit as a GM in Seattle?

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Stefanie Loh – Seattle Times

Stefanie Loh, new WSU and Gonzaga reporter for the Seattle Times, joins the show talk Wazzu football. Who will win the QB competition? Will Mike Leach and company finally have a respectable defense? What are the expectations around Pullman?

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