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John Boyle – Everett Herald

John Boyle from the Everett Herald joins us to talk Seahawks at the bye week

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Jay Allen – Portland Trail Blazers

Jay Allen from the Portland Trail Blazers Radio Network comes on to tell us about the Blazers 7-game winning streak

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Good Question

The KPUG staff gathers for another round of Good Question.

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Monday Evening Quarterback

We review Sunday in the NFL with Monday Evening Quarterback

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Adam Jude – Seattle Times

Adam Jude from the Seattle Times joins us to talk about Husky Quarterback Keith Price’s shoulder injury and the possibility back-up Cyler Miles may play at Oregon State.

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Walter Thurmond – Seattle Seahawks

Hawks cornerback Walter Thurmond joins us to look ahead to the Minnesota game Sunday

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Gregg Bell – GoHuskies.com

Gregg Bell from GoHuskies.com comes on from Pasadena to help us countdown the start to the Husky – UCLA game

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Football Friday

We hear from all the coaches with high school playoff games this weekend on Football Friday

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Sigmund Bloom – FootballGuys.com

Sigmund Bloom from FootballGuys.com joins us to help set our fantasy football line-ups

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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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