Tuesday, February 9, 2016
- February 9, 2016 - Hour: 3
In today's "Get To Know Your Mariners" new Mariners relief pitcher Evan Scribner joins the show... We tried. The Mariners will be fun to watch this year...even if the players might not be fun to listen to. We also take the worst Valentine's Day gifts guys have ever given. We give away a Pro Flowers gift card and discuss Marshawn Lynch's future. Jim isn't convinced he'll retire and didn't care whether or not he talked. Wyman gets it, but doesn't think the rules should cater to certain players. Thomas Rawls is exciting to think about. Plus "What Did We Learn Today?"
- February 9, 2016 - Hour: 2
John Clayton talks about Cam Newton's new press conference today and how he isn't doing himself any favors. Plus a look at Marshawn Lynch and possible Hall of Fame candidacy. Huskies freshman guard Dejounte Murray talks about why he chose to go to UW and how his team has been able to compete for the NCAA Tournament. In "Sweeping the Dial" the guys talk about Cam Newton deciding not to hop on his fumble, Draymond Green of the Warriors being a barista for a day, and a car crashes into a North Carolina radio station during a show.
- February 9, 2016 - Hour: 1
Is Marshawn Lynch a Hall of Famer? Looking at Earl Campbell specifically, you can certainly make the case for it. Do you think he will at least become a member of the Ring of Honor at some point or raise the 12th Man flag? Seahawks beat writer Sheil Kapadia of ESPN.com gives his thoughts on following Lynch this year and gives his outlook on the Seahawks off-season. Russell Okung is representing himself in free agency - is that a wise thing for him?
- Dejounte Murray talks about his freshman season at UW
Huskies guard Dejounte Murray talks about why he chose to go to Washington and how his freshman season has gone so far.
Monday, February 8, 2016
- February 8, 2016 - Hour: 4
It's "The John Clayton Rewind!" We replay our 4 o'clock segment with the Professor. Adam Lind has grown on us. So much so that we listen back to what he had to say. Marshawn Lynch has announced his retirement - how will you remember him?
- February 8, 2016 - Hour: 3
Somehow we get onto the topic of whether or not it's OK to kiss another man's wife on the lips. Jim and Dave think it's alright in certain situations and Jess doesn't at all. Like never. Listeners mostly agree with Jess. Does the Broncos' defensive dominance yesterday make you rethink the Seahawks' free agency situation? Should they consider trying to keep Bruce Irvin? Listeners weigh in. It's time to get to know your Mariners! Today we have a wonderfully awkward interview with Adam Lind who talks about his reaction to being traded to the Mariners and his 'man pavilion'. Plus "What Did We Learn Today?"
- February 8, 2016 - Hour: 2
John Clayton has plenty to talk about after the Super Bowl and Marshawn Lynch's retirement, including how Lynch's decision impacts Seattle's salary cap. Jim tries to pronounce brewery and fails. Plus, we play another 'Marshawntage' of famous quotes and great runs. In "Sweeping the Dial" Arizona beats UW, do you have a problem with Peyton Manning kissing Papa John, and ridiculous concession prices at the Super Bowl.
- February 8, 2016 - Hour: 1
Danny out today. Jim and Dave go over the highs and lows of the Super Bowl, like Cam Newton's play and reaction to getting beat, Peyton Manning continues to endorse everything, and the defense was the key to everything. Jim and others aren't sure why one call was ruled not a catch when the ball never hit the ground and Peyton gets in a Budweiser plug. How will you remember Marshawn Lynch? We play a montage of some of his best moments.
- Getting to know new Mariners first baseman Adam Lind
One of the Mariners' offseason acquisitions, first baseman Adam Lind, joins "Danny, Dave and Moore" to talk about joining the club and shares a little bit about his personal life.
Friday, February 5, 2016
- Hawkscar winner for Most Amazing Play
The winner for the Hawkscar for Most Amazing Play. Nominees: 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 winner for Most Important Play
The winner for the Hawkscar for Most Amazing Play. Nominees: 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 winner for Best Performance
The winner for the Hawkscar for Most Amazing Play. Nominees: 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 winner for Outstanding Performer
The winner for the Hawkscar for Most Amazing Play. Nominees: 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 winner for The Brucie
The winner for the Hawkscar for The Brucie. Nominees: 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 5, 2016 - Hour: 4
It's "The John Clayton Rewind!" We replay our 4 o'clock segment with the Professor. The final award of the Hawkscars is presented: the ever-coveted Brucie. Who are the players to watch in the Super Bowl?