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Tony Dominguez & Carmen Dolfo – WWU

Western Washington University basketball coaches Tony Dominguez and Carmen Dolfo come on to preview tonight’s Viking Jam event at Carver Gym

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Good Question

The KPUG staff gathers for another round of Good Question

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Callers on the Seahawks

We take your calls on the Seahawks ugly win over the Rams

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Steve Kyler – HoopsWorld.com

Steve Kyler from HoopsWorld.com joins us to look ahead to the start of the NBA season as we have the Heat and the Bull here on KPUG,

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Craig Calcaterra – NBC Sports

Craig Calcaterra from NBC Sports and HardballTalk.com comes on to give us the World Series update with Game 6 coming up tomorrow on KPUG

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Monday Evening Quarterback

We take a look at the weekend in the NFL with Monday Evening Quarterback

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Doug Baldwin – Seattle Seahawks

Seattle Seahawk wide receiver Doug Baldwin joins us to look ahead to Monday night’s game in St. Louis

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Football Friday

We preview the night in the prep ranks with Football Friday

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Sigmund Bloom – FootballGuys.com

Sigmund Bloom from FootballGuys.com joins us to preview the fantasy football weekend

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PAC-12 Preview

It’s the PAC-12 preview as we look ahead to the college weekend

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