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Monday Evening Quarterback

We re-live the good and the bad of Super Bowl 49 with Monday Evening Quarterback – Super Bowl edition.

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Gregg Bell – News Tribune of Tacoma

Gregg Bell from the News Tribune of Tacoma was at the Super Bowl and joins us from the airport.

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Dave Walker – KAFE 104.1

Our buddy Dave Walker from KAFE 104.1 tells us the story of his trip to the Super Bowl.

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Sidney Rice – Former Seahawk WR

Former Seahawk wide receiver Sidney Rice joins us to talk Super Bowl XLIX.

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John Boyle – Everett Herald

John Boyle from the Everett Herald joined us to talk Hawks vs. Pats and everything Super Bowl-related.

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Cascade Radio Group talks Super Bowl XLIX

We’re joined by Brad & John from KISM, Joe Teehan from KBAI, Dave & Mandy from KAFE and KGMI’s Dillon Honcoop and Tracy Ellis.

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Jason Stiles – ROOT Sports

Jason Stiles from Root Sports joins us to talk some X’s and O’s of the Seahawks and Patriots

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Steve Raible – Seattle Seahawks

The voice of the Seahawks Steve Raible joins us from Arizona to talk Super Bowl XLIX

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Gregg Bell – The News Tribune of Tacoma

Gregg Bell from the News Tribune of Tacoma comes on to discuss Marshawn Lynch and the Seahawks

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Tony Dominguez – WWU Basketball

It’s Western Wednesday as we talk Viking men’s basketball with coach Tony Dominguez

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