Wednesday June 12, 2013
- Cable discusses Seahawks' offensive development
Seahawks assistant head coach and offensive line coach Tom Cable joins "Brock and Danny" to discuss the development of the team's offense.
- Is NFL Network's Top 100 player poll jaded?
Danny O'Neil weighs in on whether the NFL Network's Top 100 players poll is a sham.
- Michael Robinson praises Tarvaris Jackson's intangibles
Seahawks fullback Michael Robinson joins "Bob and Groz" to discuss the news that free-agent quarterback Tarvaris Jackson might be coming back to Seattle.
- Unger says Hawks have 'awesome depth' on the O-line
Seahawks All-Pro center Max Unger joins "Bob and Groz" to talk about the immense talent on the Seahawks' offensive line.
- Moon says Russell Wilson 'strives to be great'
Former NFL QB and current Seahawks broadcaster Warren Moon joins "Bob and Groz" to discuss the development of second-year signal caller Russell Wilson.
- What does Jackson's return mean for Quinn?
John Clayton sheds more light on quarterback Tarvaris Jackson's impending return to the Seahawks and what it means for Brady Quinn, who's also vying to be Seattle's backup.
- Mike Zunino talks about making his MLB debut
Mariners rookie catcher Mike Zunino joins "Wyman, Mike and Moore" just hours before making his MLB debut and addresses questions about his bat and how he reacted to being called up.
- DJ Peterson's first interview with Shannon Drayer
DJ Peterson, the Mariners' No. 1 pick in the 2013 draft, sits down for an interview with Shannon Drayer following his first batting practice at Safeco Field.
- Could the NSA find Molly’s Killer?
I admit to being worried about the NSA trying to predict terrorism – because you start getting into the relgion and politics of people who haven’t done anything yet. But when an innocent person is shot by someone who then vanishes into the night without a trace? I would have NO trouble with the NSA cornering that guy.
- Heroin use, deaths on the rise in Washington
New research from the University of Washington shows most drug crimes and drug abuse decreasing, except for heroin.
- The Boze Show Highlights D.C.'s various reactions to the NSA leak
Rand Paul, Ron Paul, Dr. Charles Krauthammer and John Boehner all react differently to the NSA Whistleblower
- Camp Xtreme's Lance Bauslaugh, Director of Resource Development needs help sending Military kids to camp
Camp Xtreme's Lance Bauslaugh, Director of Resource Development needs help sending Military kids to camp. Go to sendakid.org for more information and to help!
- Wilson wants to let 'playmakers make the plays'
Seahawks QB Russell Wilson joins "Mike and Mike" and discusses his preference not let big, angry defensive lineman hit him.
- Covington mom says neighbor in coma attacked her son
According to Tonya Bogue, her son was afraid of their neighbor and had his baseball bat for protection when he went to get his soccer ball. But the neighbor still attacked him and held him down - and that's when his dad came out to wrestle the bat away.
- Couple shares story of sailing from Everett to Mexico
Four years ago, Scott and Monica Stoner set out on a sea voyage sailing their 45-foot sailboat from Everett, Washington to La Paz, Mexico. The pair loved what they found in the warm waters south and are still sailing around the region. On this week's show, they join KIRO Radio's On the Water host Captain Bob by phone to talk about their experience and what they learned taking the voyage south from the Pacific Northwest.
- 72-year-old grandma Jan Cooper uses gun to protect her husband, home, and dog
Granny got her gun, a .357 Magnum to be exact, and shot at an intruder who was trying to break into her house at night. She says she was protecting her 85-year-old wheel-chair-bound husband and her dog.
- Covington step-dad wishes it hadn't come to a fight
Steven said he was just trying to get his son away from a neighbor he says was shouting that he was going to kill him when he hit that neighbor with a bat and put him in a coma.
- 'My Beef with Meat' author makes case for plant-strong diet
How hard do you think it would be to convince a Texas firefighter to go for a Portobello mushroom burger over a big, fat, juicy hamburger? One man's arguments were apparently so compelling he convinced a whole firehouse to transition to a veggie diet, for their health. Author Rip Esselstyn is now taking his message beyond the firehouse, with a new book, "My Beef with Meat."
- Surveillance debate: Senator Obama vs. President Obama
Barack Obama's opinions on surveillance and privacy are so dramatically different over the years that we decided to have him debate himself... as a Senator.
- Northwest Furniture Bank Turns Houses Into Homes
Tacoma's Northwest Furniture Bank provides a house full of furniture for people who are transitioning out of homelessness, battered women who've left everything and victims of fire and natural disasters. They give kids beds to sleep in and they have a drop off donation center in Tacoma.
- Okung says he can take on a bull
Seahawks Pro Bowl left tackle Russell Okung joins "Wyman, Mike and Moore" to talk about his offseason aspirations.
- What makes a good father?
Dave Ross says his father had all the qualities all good dads have.
- Today's Sign: These Miami Heat fans don't know anything
On this edition of Jimmy Kimmel's LieWitness News, he exposes a bunch of Miami Heat "SuperFans" that don't know much about the team. Or basketball. Or anything.
- The conspiracy continues: Oldest man in the world dies at 116
Dori and Jake can't believe it - the oldest man in the world, and the oldest man ever, has died at 116.
- Ring My Belle: A Victory For Interns Everywhere
1. Facebook has changed their policy and will no longer be deleting photos that women post of their mastectomy scars. They had labeled it as pornography. 2. A victory for interns. Two interns who worked on the set of the movie Black Swan sued the production company, claiming they should have been paid. They won the lawsuit. 3. A teacher at a private school in Manhattan is being criticized for asking students to write suicide letters. 4. A new study (yes, someone actually did a study on this) reveals that the little Lego people are more angry than smiley, compared to how they used to emote.
- Blowers on Baseball: Zunino gets first MLB start
Mariners TV analyst Mike Blowers discusses rookie catcher Mike Zunino's first appearance in an MLB game.