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Friday, February 12, 2016

  • Setting Mariners expectations with MLB Network's Paul Severino
    MLB Network host Paul Severino joins "Bob, Groz and Tom" to preview the Mariners season and also talk Bryce Harper's curious comments about his worth.
  • John Clayton on the future of Bears RB Matt Forte
    John Clayton joins "Bob, Groz and Tom" to talk about Matt Forte's departure from the Bears and why the running back isn't a fit for Seattle.
  • February 12, 2016 - Hour: 2
    In an extended version of "Have an Opinion, Already!" the guys are asked who they think will be the best backup QB for Russell Wilson if the Seahawks don't resign Tarvaris Jackson. Sportscaster and studio host for the MLB network, Paul Severino, joins the show to talk all things baseball. How will the Mariners do this season and is Bryce Harper really worth $400 million? We end the hour with "Wait a Minute..What?"
  • February 12, 2016 - Hour: 3
    ESPN's John Clayton makes his weekly visit with "Bob, Groz and Tom" to talk about NFL free agency and the selection process for the NFL Hall of Fame. In "The Eavesdrop" Hall of Famer, Tony Dungy, stops by Brock and Salk to talk about being voted into the Hall of Fame and Cam Newton's recent antics. We end things as we always do with "Parting Shots".
  • February 12, 2016 - Hour: 1
    The guys have their inaugural version of "Parsing Cam" as they try to decipher an Instagram post by the NFL MVP. Speaking of parsing, does Bryce Harper think he's really getting a contract for over $400 million? Plus, pitcher's may get more protection as a new helmet to wear on the mound debuts this spring.

Thursday, February 11, 2016

  • Mariners pitcher Taijuan Walker on last year's improvement, preparing for 2016
    Mariners starting pitcher Taijuan Walker joins "Bob, Groz and Tom" to talk about turning things around last season and looking ahead to the 2016 campaign.
  • ESPN announcer Roxy Bernstein on Huskies' loss to Utah
    ESPN announcer Roxy Bernstein, who called UW's loss to Utah on Wednesday night, joins "Bob, Groz and Tom" to talk about the young Husky team's season.
  • February 11, 2016 - Hour: 1
    Mariners pitcher, Taijuan Walker, joins the show and talks about the upcoming season. Michael Bennett wins male sports star of the year and takes a shot at Cam Newton in his acceptance speech. Matt Hasselbeck says he has a lot of respect for Newton but expected more from him after their loss. Super Bowl MVP, Von Miller, says Manning will come back, but the guys have a few better ideas as to what Manning might be better at.
  • February 11, 2016 - Hour 3
    Former QB and ESPN analyst, Sean Salisbury joins the show and discusses how difficult the decision to retire is. He also breaks down Cam Newton's actions post Super Bowl and has some words of wisdom for Johnny Manziel. In the "Eavesdrop" the guys listen to Matt Hasselbeck who visited Brock and Salk this morning. As always, we end the show with "Parting Shots".
  • February 11, 2016 - Hour: 2
    In an extended version of "Have an Opinion, Already" the guys are asked who the worst male athlete of the year is and who their favorite non Seattle broadcaster is. Roxy Bernstein, play by play man for ESPN, joins the show to discuss Husky hoops. Are the Huskies a tournament ream right now? In "Wait a Minute..What? How did Twitter help one quarterback to find his lost luggage? Chad Johnson admits to soaking his ankles in his teammates urine to help with his ankle issues.

Wednesday, February 10, 2016

  • Bob, Groz and Tom - February 9, 2016 - Hour : 1
    New rankings on the Mariners farm system are out and they are near the bottom at 28th overall. Is this really a big deal since the Mariners are poised to compete now at the Major League level? Terrell Owens is saying that Cris Carter 'begged' his way into the Hall of Fame. Is that a little rich of him? The Michael Jordan crying meme is taking off like wildfire, but a grocery store got in hot water for using Jordan's likeness and it has Tom raving mad!
  • Bob, Groz and Tom - February 9, 2016 - Hour : 2
    The new voice of the Seattle Sounders FC Matt 'Stretch' Johnson eventually joins us talks about his new gig after a long time with the Seahawks front office. In "Wait a Minute...What?" the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim are having 'selfie-stick night' at the ballpark to try to set a world record, an Andry Griffith clip has been updated with Opie's face replaced with Cam Newton's, a dad excuses his daughter's tardiness because she went to a Springsteen concert the night before, and Wade Phillips likes Lady Gaga. In "Have an Opinion, Already!" can Thomas Rawls become as beloved as Marshawn and how will the zika virus impact the Olympics in Brazil?
  • Bob, Groz and Tom: February 9, 2016 - Hour 3
    Are athletes using social media a detriment to their careers? T.O. called out Cris Carter saying he 'begged' his way into the Hall of Fame. Which athletes are actually good at using social media to their advantage? In the "Eavesdrop" we listen back to some great Kevin Calabro calls as he will be receiving the Keith Jackson Award at the Sports Star of the Year Awards. The guys end things as always with "Parting Shots!"

Tuesday, February 9, 2016

  • Bob, Groz and Tom - February 9, 2016 - Hour: 1
    Cam Newton explains his actions from the post Super Bowl press conference. He doesn’t want to conform, questions why everyone else's way is right and is not worried about offending people. Johnny Manziel drunk at practice – Browns covered it up. Why would the Browns bother covering up for him? MLB looking into changing rules sliding into second base. Is this really necessary? Is changing rules that alter the essence of baseball really in their best interest because of a few injuries?
  • Bob, Groz, and Tom - February 9, 2016 - Hour 2
    Michael Bradley, "El Hombre" joins the guys to discuss Cam Newton's behavior, the future of Peyton Manning, and if he thinks Marshawn Lynch should be in the Hall of Fame. In "Wait a Minute..What?" ESPN radio affiliate crashes car into building while on air and two ESPN radio hosts argue which leads to one of them storming out in the middle of the show. In "Have an Opinion, Already" the guys are asked who is most likely to storm out in the middle of an argument?
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