Discussing the best arcade video games we loved to play. A look back at our interview with Mike Garafolo on Tuesday about the future, or lack thereof, of Jadeveon Clowney in Seattle. Our You Can Only Have One Matchup between Don James and Chuck Knox.
Former Mariners pitcher Jeff Nelson joins Puck and Slick to give him thoughts on how baseball could try to begin its season in Arizona and compares it to coming out of the strike in 1995. What's Up With That Wednesday and On This Day as well.
Our "lunch break" segment goes to Tacoma to Russ Heaton of Doyle's Public House. Puck is looking forward to watching the final round of the 1986 Masters. Mike Gundy wants college football back right now despite coronavirus. And Ian joins for cross talk.
Major League Baseball is discussing the idea of beginning the season with all 30 teams in Arizona playing at spring trainings sites. Can this possibly be feasible? Also, our You Can Only Have One matchup of the 2013 Seahawks against the 1917 Metropolitans.
Paul Turner, the head coach of track and cross country at Archbishop Murphy, joins the show to discuss the consequences of the canceled spring sports season in high school. Brad Adam of ROOT Sports joins to discuss MLB's discussions of starting the season in Arizona.
For the lunch break, we go speak with Pat Furman of The Flotation Device in Purdy on his offering and efforts during the shutdown. Mike Garafolo of the NFL Network joins the show with big updates on Jadeveon Clowney and the remote process of the NFL Draft.
Our You Can Only Have One bracket gets underway today with a Felix Hernandez vs Shawn Kemp matchup on deck. What happened with Germain Ifedi getting basically a minimum deal in free agency? The matchup of Felix vs. Kemp begins.
Matt Miero of Marco Polo joins the show to discuss how his three locations are adapting to the coronavirus reality. Rex Hoggard of the Golf Channel discusses The Masters moving to November, the PGA Championship to August and a possible fall frenzy of majors in golf.
Rex Hoggard of the Golf Channel joins the show to discuss The Masters being rescheduled for Novemeber, the PGA Championship bumped to August and the Ryder Cup remaining on the schedule for the time being as the golf world adapts to coronavirus.
KJR's Curtis Crabtree joins the show to discuss what is the latest on Jadeveon Clowney's situatuon as he remains unsigned. Also, Germain Ifedi barely earned more than a minimum deal in free agency so what happened to his value?
Math test day is here for Slickhawk as he'll take a fifth grade math test with a trip to El Gaucho on the line from Puckett. Also, a discussion over what the Seahawks should do at center with Justin Britt's contract possibly impeding salary cap flexibility and other possible options to explore.
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