The Zone: Hear It Now

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Jason Stiles – ROOT Sports

Jason Stiles from Root Sports was at the Super Bowl as a fan and comes on to tell us a couple stories

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Monday Evening Quarterback

We look back at the Super Bowl with Monday Evening Quarterback

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Open phones on the Super Bowl

We open the phone lines and take your calls on the Hawks Super bowl win and hear from Jack “the King of the Zone” on his loss of our bet

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John Boyle – Everett Herald

The Zone’s Seahawks good luck charm, John Boyle from the Everett Herald, joins us for some Super Bowl talk

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Radio predictions

We get Super Bowl predictions from KISM, KGMI, KAFE, and KBAI

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Ed Wenck – Nuvo News Weekly

Ed Wenck from the Nuvo News weekly has been covering quarterback Peyton Manning since he was a rookie with the Colts and he tells us all about Peyton

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Who will be the x-factor in Super Bowl 48

We open the phone lines and take your calls and texts on who you think will be the x-factor in Super Bowl 48

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Mack Strong – Seattle Seahawks

Former Seahawk fullback Mack Strong now of the team’s broadcast crew joins us to talk Hawks vs. Broncos x’s and o’s

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Alex Bannister – Seattle Seahawks

Former Seahawk wide receiver Alex Bannister comes on to tell us about today’s rally in Seattle and to look ahead to Friday’s rally in Bellingham

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Tony Dominguez & Carmen Dolfo – WWU

It’s Western Wednesday as we talk to Viking basketball coaches Tony Dominguez and Carmen Dolfo about tomorrow night’s double header at Carver Gym

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