Thursday, February 11, 2016
- Matt Hasselbeck says he's leaning towards playing again in 2016
Former Seahawks quarterback Matt Hasselbeck tells "Brock and Salk" that he's "strongly leaning towards" coming back in 2016 for what would be his 18th season in the NFL.
- Brock and Salk: February 11, 2016 - Hour 1
The Washington Huskies basketball team lays an egg against Utah - why is Brock particularly furious about this loss? The Seattle Sports Star of the Year Awards were last night - what trend has Michael Bennett set for new parents in Seattle? Brock and Salk begin the day's sports conversation and bring you Need To Know, John Clayton's Morning Drive, and Blue 42. In Blue 42, Brock Huard answers: What is wrong with Jim Irsay? Why did he make Peyton Manning play out every game of his contracts in Indy but is ripping up Andrew Luck's deal and prepared to put a "shocking" 9 figure deal on the table? Which two Seahawks should take any deal that the Seahawks have on the table for them now without testing the free agent market? Is Terrell Owens the most selfish NFL player of the last two decades? Is
- February 11, 2016 - Hour 2
Brock and Salk host a very special guest: former Seahawks quarterback Matt Hasselbeck. How much gas does he have left in the tank? What are his thoughts on Cam Newton and the Super Bowl? Brock Huard has completed his homework assignment in typical student fashion, just before class. Listen in to Brock Huard's special report on the NHL and the potential for hockey in Seattle. In Good News, Bad News, No News: the NCAA renames tournament rounds, Nate Silver on the Golden State Warriors, an interesting treatment for sprained ankles, Kobe, LeBron, Keith Law, and more.
- February 11, 2016 - Hour 3
Brock Huard breaks down a Seahawks potpourri, including: the offensive evolution throughout the 2015 season, prioritizing the Seahawks offseason needs, and who will be the focal point of the Seahawks offense in 2016. In regards to the Seattle Mariners: if they have an MLB average bullpen, do they make the playoffs this year? Brock and Salk dig into Matt Hasselbeck's interview from the prior hour and discuss some of his points in depth. The guys finish the show in Answer The Question Jerk!
Wednesday, February 10, 2016
- February 10, 2016 - Hour: 3
Do you want to see the Seahawks extend Pete Carroll this offseason? Is there any concern that he's entering a lame duck year? Will this be Pete Carroll’s last coaching job? Brock and Salk discuss the head coach's upcoming status with the Seahawks. The guys finish the show with Answer The Question Jerk!
- February 10, 2016 - Hour: 2
San Francisco has an...interesting response to the NFL and hosting the Super Bowl. Mike Salk reads a reaction piece that will raise your hackles. Do you want the Super Bowl to come to Seattle? Would such a huge event fit with Seattle? The Seattle Sports Star of the Year Awards are tonight - who is up for awards? In Good News, Bad News, No News: Mariners' roster moves, Jim Harbaugh, Greg Popovich, Blake Griffin, and Hope Solo.
- February 10, 2016 - Hour: 1
With their loss in the Super Bowl, the Eye of Sauron will be focused on the Carolina Panthers, and not the Seattle Seahawks - how will they respond? Brock and Salk get fired up early and kick off the day with Need to Know, John Clayton's Morning Drive, and Blue 42.
Tuesday, February 9, 2016
- February 9, 2016 - Hour: 3
Justin Forsett, former Seahawks running back and Cal teammate of Marshawn Lynch joins the Brock and Salk show to reflect on the legacy of Seattle's most famous RB. Cam Newton doubles down on his response to the Super Bowl loss. The guys end the last of of the show with your questions, in Answer The Question Jerk!
- February 9, 2016 - Hour: 2
What did we learn about the NFL this year? Also, what did we learn about the Seahawks in the Super Bowl? Brock and Salk break down some of the lessons and takeaways from the past season. In Good News, Bad News, No News: record wagers, power rankings, Ciara, the NFL combine, and more.
- February 9, 2016 - Hour: 1
Is Marshawn Lynch a Hall of Fame running back? Brock and Salk discuss his chances of making Canton and bring you Need To Know, John Clayton's Morning Drive, and Blue 42.
Monday, February 8, 2016
- February 8, 2016 - Hour: 3
What are some of your favorite Marshawn Lynch plays? In honor of Marshawn Lynch's retirement announcement yesterday, in which he hung up the Beast Mode cleats on a telephone wire, Brock and Salk replay some of the best highlights from Seattle's iconic running back. Could Brock Osweiler have won this game for the Denver Broncos? The guys wrap up the last hour of the show, as always, with Answer The Question Jerk!
- February 8, 2016 - Hour: 2
Brock and Salk give their top Super Bowl takeaways, discuss Cam Newton vs. Peyton Manning and their postgame reactions, and the importance of defense in today's NFL. In Good News, Bad News, No News: Husky hoops, the Pro Football Hall of Fame, Super Bowl MVP's, and the Super Bowl halftime show.
- February 8, 2016 - Hour: 1
The Broncos are Super Bowl Champions and Peyton Manning was a non-factor in the game - Brock and Salk react to the game in Need To Know, John Clayton's Morning Drive, and Blue 42.
Friday, February 5, 2016
- February 5, 2016 - Hour: 3
Are people in Seattle really not watching the Super Bowl on Sunday? If they aren't, why not? If they are, who do they least prefer to win? Brock and Salk discuss the upcoming game and finish the show with Answer The Question Jerk!
- February 5, 2016 - Hour: 2
Mark Schlereth has some interesting thoughts on the Carolina Panthers running game - what do the Seahawks need to do this offseason to improve theirs? Chris Petersen has strong thoughts about the type of recruit he wants to bring into the UW football program - why might blue chips, 5 star athletes not be the best fit? In Good News, Bad News, No News: the Rooney Rule in the NFL, Peyton's legal team, the Baltimore Orioles, Manu Ginobili's masculine fortitude, and more.