Tuesday, February 2, 2016
- 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?"
- February 1, 2016 - Hour: 2
John Clayton joined us live from San Francisco where Super Bowl coverage begins. He talked about possible solutions to the Pro Bowl, nothing happening to the catch rule, and trouble the the stadium being so far from San Francisco. Jonah Keri of CBS Sports and SINow thinks the future of the Mariners pitching staff is in Taijuan Walker's hands. In "Sweeping the Dial" we learn Gary Payton talked trash to a high school kid and Thomas Davis shows serious 'bad-assery' playing with a broken arm.
- February 1, 2016 - Hour: 1
Can the Pro Bowl be fixed? Did you watch? The Seahawks took home both offensive and defensive MVP awards. Also, we unveil the 'Hawksers!' like the Oscars, only better... we think. Will Kam Chancellor be back with the Seahawks next year? He's under contract, but his holdout was a huge obstacle the team had to overcome and could that happen again? Calvin Johnson (aka Megatron) plans to retire and Dave have some things to say about it.
Friday, January 29, 2016
- Huskies guard Andrew Andrews on the versatility in his game
Fresh off off a thrilling win over UCLA on Thursday night, UW basketball star Andrew Andrews joins "Danny, Dave and Moore" to talk about the Huskies' season.
- January 29, 2016 - Hour: 4
It's "The John Clayton Rewind!" We replay our 4 o'clock segment with the Professor. Should athletic scholarship commitments change? It's odd on both sides of it, where each has disadvantages. The guys side with the athletes in the end. "Stabby McWashington's" 911 call has been released. Something isn't right here.
- January 29, 2016 - Hour: 3
Fresh off off a thrilling win over UCLA last night, UW basketball star Andrew Andrews joins the show to talk about the Huskies' season. "Waiting for Wilson" - a great short documentary on the Seahawks' pursuit of Russell Wilson in the 2012 NFL Draft. Plus "What Did We Learn Today?"
- January 29, 2016 - Hour: 2
John Clayton provides the latest news on the San Diego Chargers possibly joining the Rams in Los Angeles or perhaps going to another city. Other topics are the rankings of the 49 previous Super Bowls and a big extension for Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce. Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh has gone the route of a player who de-commits to a school by revoking a scholarship to a player who committed under the previous regime. Is this fair to him? In "Sweeping the Dial" Draymond Green's mom tells him he's an All-Star, Bill Walton rubs dirt on himself on TV, and the groundskeepers in Santa Clara messed up the end zone paint.
- January 29, 2016 - Hour: 1
Defense still wins championships and that bodes well for the Seahawks. Jim brings his logic back to the Cougs of course. The Huskies men's basketball team is off to a great start and where they stand right now, have a good shot at the NCAA Tournament. How far can they go? A new report in People Magazine says that OJ Simpson may have CTE, but is this really someone who can get sympathy for it?
Thursday, January 28, 2016
- January 28, 2016 - Hour: 4
It's "The John Clayton Rewind!" We replay our 4 o'clock segment with the Professor. We consult the internet to see what all the fuss is about with Googling nice things to say. Jess is the guinea pig. The Mariners give us reason to believe this year. Mike Zunino will likely start out in AAA this year and that's a good thing. Andy McKay is starting out impressing us.
- January 28, 2016 - Hour: 3
Seahawks rookie receiver Tyler Lockett joins the show from Hawaii to talk about his experience getting prepared for his first career Pro Bowl, including the possibility of being matched up opposite Richard Sherman. Does Tyler Lcokett's emergence impact Jermaine Kearse's worth? Plus, the Seahawks talk smack in Hawaii. Today's Seahawks daily free agent breakdown: Derrick Coleman. Plus "What Did We Learn Today?"
- January 28, 2016 - Hour: 2
John Clayton talks about the possibility of the Russell Wilson-Cam Newton rivalry being on par down the line with Tom Brady-Peyton Manning. Also were Russell Wilson's romantic tweets plagiarized? NY Jets cheerleaders had to go to the courts to get money they were owed. This isn't the first time cheerleaders have needed to use litigation. Why does the NFL feel the need to be stingy to them? In "Sweeping the Dial" Klay Thompson drops 45 points (who's your favorite Coug), should the 'hack a Shaq' strategy be taken out of the game, and should MySpace creator Tom be allowed to pay Tim Lincecum's salary?