Dave 'Softy' Mahler and Dick Fain

Dave 'Softy' Mahler and Dick Fain

Full Hours from the Dave 'Softy' Mahler and Dick Fain show, which airs every day from 3pm-6:30pm on 950 KJR in Seattle.... Show More

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In the first hour, Dave Softy Mahler and Dick Fain discuss the major #8 vs. #9 matchups in KJR's You Can Only Have One bracket, are welcomed by Tod Leiweke of NHL Seattle to discuss all ongoing news about the coming hockey franchise, and see if Everson Griffen is about to be a Seattle Seahawk with Chris Tomasson.
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In the second hour, Dave Softy Mahler and Dick Fain review the tenth day's assignment in Sports Classics 101 where Softy gives folks the homework of watching game five of the 1995-96 NBA Finals where the SuperSonics beat the Chicago Bulls, then visit with Petros Papadakis before hearing and reacting to Textimonials.
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In the third hour, Dave Softy Mahler and Dick Fain continue their Opponent Audio Recaps of the 2013 Seattle Seahawks championship season with week three against the Jaguars, talk to Bob Rondeau about the life and legacy of former Huskies Head Coach Jim Lambright, then discuss bad bracket results for an ESPN contest.
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In the first hour, Dave Softy Mahler and Dick Fain talk about e-sports gaining momentum during our current times, they chat with new Seattle Seahawks cornerback Quinton Dunbar, and discuss the new NFL playoff format.
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In the second hour, Dave Softy Mahler and Dick Fain welcome in Jackson Felts for the next assignment in Sports Classics 101, chat with Jon Wilner of the San Jose Mercury News about Pac-12 sports, and react to texts.
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In the third hour, Dave Softy Mahler and Dick Fain hear week two of the 2013 Seahawks Opponent Audio Recaps, a win over San Francisco, chat with former Washington Huskies linebacker Dave Hoffmann about the passing of Jim Lambright, and more.
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More rumors have surfaced about an NBA owner looking to move to Seattle. Some in the sports worl dare already saying there will be no football, but why? There's absolutely no basis for it. We need to try to keep things positive, or at least not freak people out with unnecessary bad news. Kevin Harlan shares his own thoughts on how sports will proceed. Bobby Jones reports from Italy on what things are really like there.
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Tonight's homework assignment, a Husky football game from just a few years ago in which the Dawgs blew out Oregon 70-21. All of the highlights from the world of sports on Fun with Audio. Vin Scully took to Twitter to send a message of hope to during the pandemic.
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Last night, Softy watched Super Bowl XL for the first time on TV. In a world without sports, it's probably worth watching even tough sporting events, just maybe tune out before things go wrong. George Karl recently watched what is likely the low point of his coaching career, Game 5 of the 1994 Sonics - Nuggets series. It's Opening Day. We flash back to 2008 when Softy interviewed Dave Niehaus on the Friday before his induct...
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Tonight's homework assignment isn't a sporting event so much as an event in our city's history. Today is the 20th anniversary of the implosion of The Kingdome. Check out the 30 minute video from KOMO showing the history of the building, and the implosion. An article in The Athletic highlighted a number of Seattle sports cult heroes. Who would you add to the list. Starting next week it's the You Can Only Have One Bra...
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Germain Ifedi has signed a deal with the Chicago Bears, and there really aren't all that many people who are sad to see him go, but was he a bust here in Seattle? Could we see a seven-day long NFL Draft? Adam Schefter is suggesting it, and with nothing else going on in the sports world, it's not a bad idea. Danielle Lawrie reacts to the news that the 2020 Summer Olympics has been postponed.
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Tonight's homework assignment, Michael Phelps' eight gold medals in the 2008 Olympics. Petros Papadakis offers advice to those stuck at home, plus reaction to the terrible new Rams logo. Textimonials react to the first to hours of the show.
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Dick and Dave take Christian Caple's very long Husky football fan survey. Dave Sims calls in from New York to discuss what's happening there, plus thoughts on what the baseball season might look like when it gets underway, and what his must watch sporting event is. Jamie Munson of Simply Seattle is giving away money to those in need.
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The president is hoping to start opening this country up again by Easter. If you could have one sports wish right now, what would it be? Sue Bird joins the show talking Olympics, WNBA, and more. On today's homework assignment, it's the final Mariners game at the Kingdome, June 27, 1999.
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Doug Baldwin, through his Family First Community Center Foundation, is trying to help the community by delivering meals to seniors, first respondents, and more. He talks about his plans, and tells you how you can help. Jon Wilner discusses all things Pac-12. Textimonials react to the first two hours of the show at 49451.
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The Seahawks have signed wide receiver Phillip Dorsett. we discuss what it means for the receiver corps. Mike and Kathy Holmgren talk about their experience with a respiratory illness that might be the coronavirus, plus, as a nurse, Kathy offers advice to those worried about the situation. Softy and Dick answer your questions on the Weekly Weigh In. There's soccer happening in Belarus still for some reason. Is Brian Schmetzer s...
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We start off the show with breaking Seahawks news. The Hawks have traded a fifth-round pick to Washington for cornerback Quinton Dunbar. Joel Dahmen talks about what it was like the day the golf world stopped, plus he offers tips for your golf game while you're stuck at home. Jason Puckett is trying to help the Ronald McDonald House, and he'd like you to join him. He explains how.
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Tonight's homework assignment courtesy of Jackson is the 2005 false start game between the Seahawks and Giants, the game that led to the false start tracker, and the Opponent Audio Recap. Cliff Avril talks about how he's helped the community, plus his thoughts on the Seahawks offseason. Textimonials react to the first two hours of the show.
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The Seahawks have traded a fifth-round pick for Quinton Dunbar. Jerry Brewer fills us in on him. Kevin Calabro talks all things NBA past and present. Governor Inslee orders the state to stay home. We carry the press conference live. Tony Smith of 1010 XL in Jacksonville joins us. How do we get Yannick Ngaqoue out of Jacksonville?
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Yesterday, we gave you a homework assignment; watch Game 7 of the 1996 Western Conference Finals between the Sonics and Jazz. We recap. How have all of the closures and cancellations impacted UW athletics? We check in with Christian Caple. Jadeveon Clowney still doesn't have a deal anywhere, and Aaron Wilson says he might have to settle for a one-year deal worth just $15 or $16 million.
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