We take your Super Bowl Monday headlines, Gregg Bell joins us to preview Super Bowl 50, and The Big Old Dumb Game of the Day.
It’s our final hour of Super Bowl 50 gratuitous hype, Movie Preview Friday, and John Dickinson gets the final say before the Super Bowl as we check in one last time in the Bay Area.
Doug is back from his illness today and doing his best to fight his cold… Snoop Dogg was at the Super Bowl today and asked Peyton Manning and Cam Newton some pretty funny questions. We also play the Super Bowl Shuffle! Our new friend from Bill McClement from ESPN Asheville in North Carolina joins us to give us the Panther perspective leading up to Super Bowl 50.
What is your Super Bowl food specialty? And Brandon Huffman from Scout.com joins us to recap National Signing Day and to take a look at Washington and WSU’s signing class. How does he think the Dawgs and Cougs did on NSD? It’s the 10th and final year of the Doritos “Crash the Super Bowl” contest and Frito-Lay senior director of marketing Ryan Matiyow comes on to tell us about it. We check in again with John Dickinson from 95.7 The Game in San Francisco to give us our Thursday Super Bowl update. We get in a quick word with Nooksack Valley basketball coach Chris Scrimsher as he tells us about a special night tonight to help an ailing Pioneer basketball player.
Doug is our sick today so Mark is solo… It was a day of press conferences and we hear from Peyton Manning, Gary Kubiak, Cam Newton and Ron Rivera. John Boyle from Seahawks.com comes on the program to discuss the Pro Bowl and help us examine the Super Bowl as well (another day of gratuitous Super Bowl hype).
It’s National Signing Day, so Chris Fetters from Dawgman.com joins us to look at the Huskies class of 2016. Fetters also talks about former Sehome safety Taylor Rapp. Another Western Wednesday is upon us and men’s coach Tony Dominguez comes on to talk about Western’s four game winning streak and help us preview tomorrow’s match-up against Alaska Anchorage. We end Hour 2 with John Dickson from 95.7 The Game, who is on again for his daily visit to give us a Super Bowl update from the Bay Area.
Sporting News “O” the Day.
It was Super Bowl opening night last night and we check-in with some of the particulars down in San Francisco. Former Pro Bowl tackle Tony Boselli from Westwood One joins us to look back on calling the Pro Bowl and ahead to Super Bowl 50. Tony had STRONG thoughts on the Pro Bowl…
Husky basketball coach Lorenzo Romar comes on to preview this week’s games against the Arizona schools, talk about his team and their NCAA tournament chances this season. Our new friend John Dickinson from 95.7 The Game in San Francisco is our Super Bowl correspondent this week. He’ll join us everyday to update us on all the happenings in the Bay Area.
Sporting News “O” the Day.