The Zone: Hear It Now

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Blair Bomber – Eastern Washington Eagles

Eastern Washington wide receiver and former Lynden Lion Blair Bomber caught two touchdowns against Sam Houston State on Saturday and he joins us to talk about it.

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Seen, Heard, Said

We review the weekend with Seen, Heard, Said.

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Sigmund Bloom – Footballguys.com

Sigmund Bloom from Footballguys.com joins the Big Show to talk about the 2014 Fantasy Football season.

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Beau Baldwin – Eastern Washington Eagles

Eastern Washington football coach Beau Baldwin joins The Zone to discuss the Eagles’ 2014 season.

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Clare Farnsworth – Seahawks.com

Clare Farnsworth from Seahawks.com joins us to discuss the Seahawks/Bears match-up slated for Friday

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Good Question

Another edition of Good Question!

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Dave Grant – Bellingham Bells

Bells broadcaster Dave Grant comes on to recap the 2014 season.

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Eddie Poplawski – Bells Owner

Bellingham Bells owner Eddie Poplawski

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Jeff James – Bells Manager

Bellingham Bells Manager Jeff James

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Nick Caples – Bells General Manager

Bellingham Bells GM Nick Caples

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