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PAC-12 Preveiw

We take a look ahead at the college football weekend with the PAC-12 Preview

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Tony Dominguez – WWU basketball

Western men’s basketball coach Tony Dominguez comes on to set the scene for tomorrow night’s season opener against Notre Dame de Namur

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Good Question

The KPUG Staff gets together for another round of Good Question

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Your calls on this year’s Seahawks vs the 2005 team

YOUR TAKE: Who would win if the 2005-06 Seahawks Super Bowl team played this years squad?

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Steve Raible – Seattle Seahawks

The Voice of the Seahawks Steve Raible joins us to look ahead to the Minnesota game on Sunday

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Andrew Andrews – UW basketball

Husky basketball point guard Andrew Andrews comes on to tell us about tomorrow’s game against UC-Irvine on KPUG

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Travis Connell – WWU soccer

Western Viking women’s soccer coach Travis Connell gives us the breakdown of his team hosting a sub-regional this week

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Sean Parker – Washington Huskies

Washington Husky football safety Sean Parker joins us to look ahead to the UCLA game Friday night

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Jeff James – Bellingham Bells

New Bellingham Bells coach Jeff James tells us about his new job

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Good Question

The KPUG Staff gets together for another round of Good Question

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