The Zone: Hear It Now

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Good Question

The KPUG staff gathers for another round of Good Question

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Chris Chase – USA Today

Chris Chase from USA Today comes on to tell us about his article detailing why neither the Seahawks or 49ers are lovable

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Jesse Spector – Sporting News

Jesse Spector from The Sporting News gives us his insight on the Alex Rodriguez situation

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Monday Evening Quarterback

We take a look back at the second round of the NFL playoffs with Monday Evening Quarterback

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John Boyle – The Everett Herald

John Boyle from the Everett Herald joins us to previews the Seahawks and the Saints

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Football Friday

It’s Football Friday as we preview the four divisional playoff games

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Ricardo Lockette – Seattle Seahawks

Seahawks wide receiver Ricardo Lockette joins us to look ahead to the Saints game on Saturday

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Matt Overton – Indianapolis Colts

Indianapolis Colts long snapper Matt Overton out of WWU joins us to look back at their comeback against Kansas City and preview their match-up against the Patriots

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Good Question

The KPUG staff gathers for another round of Good Question

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Craig Terrill – Seattle Seahawks

Craig Terrill from the Seahawk Radio Network joins us to look ahead to the Saints

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