Thursday, February 4, 2016
- February 4, 2016 - Hour: 3
John Clayton details all of the NFL news of the day, including the allegations by Johnny Manziel's ex-girlfriend that he hit her last week. Other topics are Josh Norman's impending free agency and how Peyton Manning and the Broncos' offense will fare in the Super Bowl. We reveal our second to last category in the 'Hawksters' which is Most Outstanding Season by a Seahawk. Plus, "What Did We Learn Today?"
- February 4, 2016 - Hour: 2
Would you want Max Unger back at center next season? Would he consider resigning with the Seahawks? Plus, we reveal more of our 'Hawkscars' nominations. Mariners broadcaster Dave Sims joins the show and talks about his battle with prostate cancer this offseason and also gives his take on the new-look Mariners. In "Sweeping the Dial" Snoop Dogg talks about the Super Bowl, Kansas coach Bill Self apologizes for his player dunking as the clock was running out, and the state of Iowa introduces an actual bill to the senate demanding an apology from Stanford's band.
- February 4, 2016 - Hour: 1
The nominations for the 'Hawkscars' are in and we re-live the moments with the voice of Steve Raible. The Huskies had a huge OT win over Arizona State yesterday, but the game was marred with officiating faux pas and excessive replay. What would you name after Russell Wilson? A high school, a street, etc.? The guys also give examples of people who SHOULD NOT have anything named after them.
Wednesday, February 3, 2016
- ESPN NFL recruiting analyst Jeremy Crabtree breaks down the Pac-12 recruiting class
ESPN NFL recruiting analyst Jeremy Crabtree breaks down the Pac-12 recruiting class and talks about how the Dawgs and Cougs fared.
- WSU running back commit Romello Harris talks about his decision to play in Pullman
WSU running back commit Romello Harris joins the show and explains why he chose to go to the Cougs.
- February 3, 2016 - Hour: 3
It's national signing day and it's looking good for the Huskies and the Cougs. ESPN NFL recruiting analyst Jeremy Crabtree breaks down the Pac-12 recruiting class and talks about how the Dawgs and Cougs fared. WSU running back commit Romello Harris joins the show and explains why he chose to go to the Cougs. Plus "What Did We Learn Today?"
- February 3, 2016 - Hour: 2
John Clayton talks about the complexities of getting around the Bay area, the field conditions in Santa Clara (which has been an issue in the past), and how Thomas Davis will be able to play with a broken arm. Daily Seahawks free agent breakdown: Bruce Irvin. It's pretty hard to see him coming back here, which is unfortunate. In "Sweeping the Dial" we learn of outrageous stunts on national signing day, the Rams may want Peyton Manning next season, and Gronk talks about 'accidentally stripping' at a bachelorette party.
- February 3, 2016 - Hour: 1
It was national signing day in college football and the guys take a look at the whole process and argue whether or not it's all a big crap shoot. Former NFL linebacker Dhani Jones weighs in on what he thinks of the Super Bowl 50 matchup and he thinks Peyton Manning will come out on top. Back to signing day and how much stock can be put into it. The Seahawks have only three players who were 4-star recruits on their roster. WSU was ranked as the 11th in the Pac-12 overall class rankings, but even resident Husky Danny O'Neil doesn't buy it.
- Former NFL linebacker Dhani Jones likes the Broncos to win the Super Bowl
Former NFL linebacker Dhani Jones weighs in on what he thinks of the Super Bowl 50 matchup and he thinks Peyton Manning will come out on top.
Tuesday, February 2, 2016
- February 2, 2016 - Hour: 4
It's The John Clayton Rewind!" We replay our 4 o'clock segment with the Professor. Breaking "news": Broncos practice squad safety, Ryan Murphy is involved in a prostitution sting. Murphy is a rookie, selected by the Seahawks in the 7th round, who was cut on September 5th. He is also Marshawn Lynch's cousin. Groundhog Day: What recurring themes in Seattle sports could you do without? The lack of an NBA team hurts the most. Jim wants to break his habit of looking closely at Spring Training stats, because they're meaningless. Wrapping up Groundhog Day. Is it still Groundhog Day with the Mariners, or is this a legit change?
- February 2, 2016 - Hour: 3
Groundhog Day: are you optimistic we'll see something different from the Mariners this year? It's a new regime, so why would it be Groundhog Day with them? Who are you rooting for the Super Bowl? What's the most Stanford thing about Wyman? Plus, Seahawks free agency breakdown: Jeremy Lane. Plus "What Did We Learn Today?"
- February 2, 2016 - Hour: 2
John Clayton joins the show from the Bay Area and talks about the hype around Peyton Manning and if his last game, Johnny Manziel is done in Cleveland, and Russell Wilson could be one of the all-time great QBs. Is Calvin Johnson being 'a wuss' as Dave suggests for stating one of the reasons he's retiring is 'general body soreness'? Also we take a look at silly prop bets for Super Bowl 50. In "Sweeping the Dial" we debate who has the best sports beard, will another NFL team take a chance on Manziel, and a 'Netflix and chill' night is proposed for a minor league baseball team.
- February 2, 2016 - Hour: 1
It's GROUNDHOG DAY!! With that in mind, what is the one thing in Seattle Sports that you can't get away from? Lots of texts on topics, like whether or not Russell Wilson is elite, what will happen with Marshawn, etc. We also learn about Jim having to rescue Willie from a lake today.
Monday, February 1, 2016
- February 1, 2016 - Hour: 4
It's "The John Clayton Rewind!" We replay our 4 o'clock segment with the Professor. Seahawks Daily Free Agent Breakdown: Jermaine Kearse. Wyman thinks he'll get priced out of Seattle, but he admits there are many who disagree. Jim and Danny seem to think he might be more affordable for the Seahawks. Between Baldwin, Kearse and Graham, how do you rank them? Sometimes there are hometown discounts... but Danny thinks there's a hometown discount when it comes to Jermaine Kearse.
- February 1, 2016 - Hour: 3
We continue our "Hawkscars" awards and take nominations on 'Best Individual Performance', 'Best Original Screenplay' and the 'Brucies', which is our version of the 'Razzies'. We continue on with the "Hawkscars" and take nominations for the "Most Outstanding Performance". Plus "What Did We Learn Today?"