Friday, February 5, 2016
- February 5, 2016 - Hour: 3
Larry Stone of the Seattle Times was at the opening if the Beast Mode store in Oakland and tells us what the scene was like. Plus, he gives us a look at the Mariners. Seahawks daily free agent breakdown: Brandon Mebane. Will the Seahawks make an effort to re-sign him. Plus "What Did We Learn Today?"
- February 5, 2016 - Hour: 2
John Clayton makes his final analysis before the Super Bowl on Sunday and explains why he expects a close game between Carolina and Denver. It's time for the "Smokin' Jim Lock of the Week" and this time he pulls out the long odds, predicting overtime in Super Bowl 50 since it hasn't happened yet. In "Sweeping the Dial" we hear Rick Pitino's reaction to Louisville's self-imposed post-season ban, Rodney Harrison says Cam Newton needs to be 'taken out' for Denver to win, and Charles Barkley signs bad karaoke.
- February 5, 2016 - Hour: 1
It's time to reveal the winners of the Hawkscars! We start with Most Amazing Play, plus go over some best and worst Super Bowl moments. Does Denver have more of a chance to win the Super Bowl than people are giving them credit for? Dave gives Jim some gambling advice and we crown another Hawkscars winner this time for Most Important Play.
Thursday, February 4, 2016
- Hawkscar nominations for Most Amazing Play
The nominations for the Hawkscar for Most Amazing Play: Doug Baldwin's one-handed catch against Minnesota in the divisional round against Minnesota; Luke Willson's one-handed catch against Green Bay in Week 2; Thomas Rawls' 69-yard touchdown run against Cincinnati in Week 5; Ricardo Lockette's touchdown catch on a double pass against Carolina in Week 6.
- Hawkscar nominations for Most Important Play
The nominations for the Hawkscar for Most Important Play: Doug Baldwin's 80-yard touchdown catch against Pittsburgh in Week 12; Kam Chancellor's goal-line forced fumble against Detroit in Week 4; Russell Wilson's 35-yard completion to Tyler Lockett after an errant snap against Minnesota in the divisional round; Tyler Lockett's 105-yard kickoff return against Chicago in Week 3.
- Hawkscar nominations for Best Performance
The nominations for the Hawkscar for Best Performance: Russell Wilson's five touchdown passes, 345 yards against Pittsburgh in Week 12; Michael Bennett's 3.5 sacks against San Francisco in Week 7; Thomas Rawls' 209 yards rushing against San Francisco in Week 11; Doug Baldwin's six catches for 145 yards and three touchdowns against Pittsburgh in Week 12.
- Hawkscar nominations for Outstanding Performer
The nominations for the Hawkscar for Outstanding Performer: Russell Wilson (threw for 4,024 yards and 34 touchdowns, both franchise records); Doug Baldwin (led Seattle with 1,069 receiving yards and a franchise-record 14 touchdowns); Michael Bennett (led Seattle with 10 sacks); Tyler Lockett (All-Pro selection as kick returner).
- Hawkscar nominations for The Brucie
The nominations for the Hawkscar for The Brucie: Michael Bennett's offsides penalty against Green Bay in Week 2; Michael Bennett's unnecessary roughness penalty against Cincinnati in Week 5; Jon Ryan's scramble run on a botched punt against Minnesota in the divisional round; Russell Wilson's "butt fumble" against Arizona in Week 10.
- February 4, 2016 - Hour: 4
Would you want Max Unger back if he became available? What about DeMarco Murray to share time with Thomas Rawls? The Hawkscars continue with our final category: The Brucies. The Huskies men's basketball team are not only exciting to watch, but they're looking like they have potential to make the tournament. It's "The John Clayton Rewind!" We replay our 5 o'clock segment with the Professor.
- 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?"