Monday September 23, 2013
- Huard Crossover: A Seahawk Update with Brock Huard
Wins for the Hawks, the Cougs and the dogs! ESPN's Brock Huard recaps!
- Boze on the Kenya Mall Attack: Why we should be worried here in the U.S.
Boze on the Kenya Mall Attack: Why we should be worried here in the U.S. and we good-guys-with-guns may be our only hope
- Time to sign Michael Bennett to a long-term deal?
Brock Huard and Danny O'Neil discuss whether or not it is time for the Seahawks to sign defensive lineman Michael Bennett to a long-term deal.
- What’s happened to the stacked NFC West?
John Clayton looks into why the NFC West’s teams (Seahawks excluded) have started the season off so poorly. He also touches on the Seahawks’ easy win over the Jaguars and contingency plans for injured lineman Russell Okung.
- Shutdown Countdown
One week to go before a threatened government shutdown, so you’ll be hearing a lot of well rehearsed soundbites.
- New film shows how Washington girls were 'Chosen' for sex trafficking
You wouldn't think that young American girls raised in normal, healthy families would ever find themselves lured into sex trafficking - but it happens more often than you might think. A new film about it, "Chosen" is debuting at the Seattle Aquarium.
- Carroll likes what he sees with Seahawks' D-line
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll tells "Brock and Danny" what stood out in Seattle's 45-17 win over Jacksonville, including a defensive line that recorded four sacks.
- Microsoft readies to unveil the new Surface
CBS Tech Analyst Larry Magid joins the Morning News to share his speculations on what Microsoft's grand unveiling might mean.
- Huskies look to 'out muscle' Idaho State
Brock Huard thinks Idaho State has yet to see a team like Washington.
- Huskies dominate Idaho State
Brock Huard breaks down the Huskies' 56-0 win over Idaho State.
- GOP’s ObamaCare “obsession” risks future prospects
Congress appears to be moving closer and closer to a government shutdown. Michael Medved says the GOP’s obsession with uprooting ObamaCare is risking the party’s future prospects.
- Trader Joe's ex-president to open store that sells expired food
The ex-president of Trader Joe's is opening a new store, but instead of focusing on "fresh" produce, which is a tenet of most other grocery stores ad campaigns, this store will be selling expired food.
- Bobby Wagner says 'the game's beginning to slow down'
Seahawks linebacker Bobby Wagner tells "Bob and Groz" about Seattle's Week 3 win over Jacksonville as well as his development in his second season.
- Washington State Police Officers Send Patches & Love To a Colorado Springs Teenager
When 15 year old Kyle's uncle died in the line of duty in 2006, other police officers gave him their patches to start a collection. This summer, Kyle lost his home in a forest fire and all 400 patches were lost. When word got out, Washington state officers collected over 500 patches to present to the boy.
- Kam Chancellor on the Legion of Boom's internal competition
Seahawks safety Kam Chancellor talks about the team's 3-0 start and what it's like to lead the team in interceptions.
- Mike Sando ranks the Seahawks wide receivers
Fresh off the Seahawks’ win over the Jaguars, ESPN NFL insider Mike Sando joins “Bob and Groz” to talk about what receiver he finds the most valuable to the team. Also on the docket is Seattle’s stellar defensive play, Russell Wilson’s bounce back, and Red Bryant’s injury.
- Ring My Belle: Former Trader Joe's President Wants To Open a Restaurant/Market of Expired Foods
1. On Friday we learned that 90% of Americans throw away perfectly good foods that they THINK are expired, when they're not. Today we learn that former president of Trader Joe's wants to open a restaurant/market serving these past expiration products at a cheap cost. 2. A bride and groom cancel their wedding, so the parents of the would-have-been-bride decide to give the fancy four-course dinner party to 200 local homeless people and their kids. 3. A veteran game store worker writes an open letter to parents who are buying Grand Theft Auto V for their young children. 4. A Brooklyn restaurant has only one rule: not talking or you have to eat your food outside.
- When did you start feeling like an adult?
Scientists are saying that our brain doesn't finish growing until we're 25, and now psychologists say that means they'll treat children until then... what does that mean for our culture?
- What was not at the Washington State Fair that surprised Andrew
Andrew was shocked at the Washington State Fair when he saw almost nobody on their cell phones - and nobody smoking.