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Monday Evening Quarterback

We take a look back at a great NFL wildcard weekend with Monday Evening Quarterback

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Michael Bennett – Seattle Seahawks

Seahawks defensive lineman Michael Bennett joins us to talk about the end of the regular season and playoff prep

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Percy Allen – The Seattle Times

Percy Allen from the Seattle Times re-lives the Husky basketball win over Arizona State and looks ahead to #1 Arizona

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Football Friday

We preview the NFL wildcard weekend on Football Friday

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Jacob Thorpe – Spokesman Review

Jacob Thorpe from the Spokesman Review previews the start of PAC-12 play.

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Bob Condotta – The Seattle Times

Bob Condotta from the Seattle Times joins us to talk Seahawk injuries and work during the bye week

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Tony Dominguez – WWU Basketball

Western Viking men’s basketball coach Tony Dominguez comes on to tell us about a pair of losses in Las Vegas and the upcoming road trip to Alaska

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Monday Evening Quarterback

We review yesterday in the NFL with Monday Evening Quarterback

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Callers on who they would like the Hawks to face in the playoffs

The Seahawks took care of business Sunday beating the Rams to clinch home field through the NFC playoffs. So who would you rather play – the Packers, Saints or 49ers? We take your calls

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Gregg Bell – GoHuskies.com

Gregg Bell from GoHuskies.com joins us to look ahead to playing BYU Friday night

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