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Elliot Pap – Vancouver Sun

The Canucks play the Western Conference leading Chicago Blackhawks tonight and we talk about it with Elliott Pap from the Vancouver Sun

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Chris Petersen – UW Huskies

New Husky football coach Chris Petersen come on the show for the first time

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Zach Miller – Seattle Seahawks

Seahawks tight end Zach Miller tells us all about the Hawks chance to clinch home field advantage through the playoffs against the Cardinals

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Sigmund Bloom – FootballGuys.com

Sigmund Bloom from FootballGuys.com joins us to set the stage for the fantasy football Super bowl weekend

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Good Question

The KPUG staff gathers for another round of Good Question

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Craig Terrill – Seattle Seahawks

Craig Terrill from the Seahawks Radio Network joins us to look back at the Giants win and ahead to the Cardinals game

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Alan Hinton – Seattle Sounders FC

Seattle soccer legend Alan Hinton comes on to clarify the Sounders recent roster moves

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Blair Bomber – Eastern Washington University

Former Lynden High School wide receiver Blair Bomber now of Eastern Washington University tells us about their upcoming national semi-final

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Steve Rudman – SportsPressNW.com

Steve Rudman from Sports Press Northwest joins us to discuss his article on Seahawk coach Pete Carroll having his name included in the University of Texas coaching search

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Tony Dominguez – WWU

It’s a Western Wednesday on Tuesday as we catch up with WWU hoops coach, Tony Dominguez, before his team departs for their tournament in Las Vegas

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