How much change is the NFC West about to undergo? Gee is joined in the 2nd hour of Thursday's show by Ray Roberts as they look at how each NFC West team has undergone massive change from the beginning of the season. Also in the hour, Gee and Ray discuss the comments made by former NBA head coach George Karl and if he truly was out of line. Thursday wraps up with Confessions.
Russell Wilson thinks the Seahawks season to this point has been a whirlwind, Seahawks defensive coordinator Kris Richard thinks they need to stay on the right side of their edge, and do the Seahawks have a plan for Garry Gilliam? Gee discusses all of that in Thursday's Quick Hits. Later in the hour, one NFL analyst and Super Bowl winning coach thinks Pete Carroll needs to get his locker room under control, does Gee think so? In Head-Scratching Stories, one college basketball coach gets his Christmas classics mixed up.
How will the Seahawks avoid falling victim to trap games in their final two weeks of the regular season? Gee discusses how the next two weeks aren't just trap games, but rather must-wins instead. Gee gets a visit from Tom Wassell in another edition of "What's Up With Tom". It's Tuesday so Gee also gives you a round of the Player Haters Ball and closes out the night with Confessions.
Richard Sherman had himself quite the day with Seahawks reporters, Earl Thomas is still unsure about his football future and the Seahawks Pro-Bowlers have been announced, so who made the cut? Gee discusses all of that in Tuesday's Quick Hits. Later in the hour, do you think the Seahawks have chemistry issues in their locker room right now? Gee takes your calls on the matter. In Head-Scratching Stories, one legendary golfer admits to throwing away something quite valuable.
We hit some topics around the world in sports. The University of Minnesota football team is thinking about boycotting all football activities due to a suspension of 10 players. That could also include the Holiday Bowl vs. Washington State. Also Aroldis Chapman signs a five year $86 million deal with the New York Yankees. And big news for the Crimson Tide, a former Husky, Steve Sarkisian is now their new Offensive Coordinator. Also, another edition of the Player's Lounge with Jermaine Kearse and Luke Willson.
We start off with the three quick hits of the day discussing the Seahawks 24-3 victory over the Rams, Richard Sherman's comments about the offense, and the passing of Craig Sager. Then we take your calls to see if you are ready for the Seahawks to make a Super Bowl run. Then, Tyler Lockett takes a break from his Christmas shopping to talk to Gee about the Thursday's game and his involvement with his community at home. And we have some head scratching stories about some MLB pitchers and an interesting choice made by a notable collegiate athlete.
If a city has two competing arena offers, does it have one? Gee explains what the comments by Tim Leiweke's arena group mean for arena plans going forward. Later in the hour Gee checks in with Tom Wassell of Bob, Groz, and Tom for another edition of "What's Up With Tom". Wednesday night's show wraps with Confessions.
Can we draw any conclusions about what will happen on Thursday between the Rams and Seahawks by looking at their week two matchup? Also, if a Hall-of-Famer thinks Darrell Bevel would be a great coach, should Seahawks fans start to think so, too? Gee discusses all of that in Wednesday's Quick Hits. Later in the first hour, Gee asks for your help in convincing him as to why the Seahawks won't have an issue with the Rams on Thursday. In Head-Scratching Stories, and former NBA Finals MVP admits to having a very odd fear.
Does MVP voting still reward the most valuable player in each sport? Gee takes a look at why award voters are so reluctant to reward the obvious choices. It's Tuesday, so Gee gives you another edition of his Player Haters Ball with appearances from Randall Cobb and a crazy story out of Wake Forest's radio broadcast team. Tuesday wraps with another edition of Confessions.
How unfounded are the Pete Carroll and Jim Harbaugh to Los Angeles rumors? Also, is Richard Sherman's criticism of Thursday Night football fair? Gee answers all of that and more in Tuesday's Quick Hits. Later in the hour, ESPN.com's Sheil Kapadia joins Gee as they look ahead to the Seahawks' Thursday Night matchup against the Rams. The first hour wraps with Head-Scratching Stories.
How concerning is the Seahawks lack of road offensive production? Is it enough to put a pause on Super Bowl aspirations? Gee discusses to start off Monday's second hour. Gee sits down with Jermaine Kearse, Jarran Reed, and Tyler Lockett in his Seahawks Players Lounge Spotlight. Also in the hour, why have expectations with the Huskies' basketball program never been more than mediocrity? Monday's show closes out with Gee talking with comedian Tom Arnold.
The Seahawks get their wings clipped in Green Bay, an NFC West rival gives their head coach walking papers, and the Sounders clinch their first ever MLS Cup. Gee discusses all of that in Monday's Quick Hits. Later in the first hour, how big of an impact will the Rams' coaching switch have on the Seahawks' Thursday night matchup with LA? Gee answers that. Also, in Head-Scratching Stories, one NFL team gets flagged for a penalty that hasn't been called for nearly 20 years.
Gee kicks off Tuesday's second hour with a whip-around of Huskies headlines as they gear up for their New Year's Eve showdown with Alabama. And since it's Tuesday, the Player Haters Ball is back for another go-around with appearances from Earl Thomas, the NFL, and an epic rant from ESPN's Bomani Jones. Tuesday closes out with Confessions.
The Seahawks are now living in a post-Earl Thomas world, the Packers could be a dangerous opponent for the Seahawks on Sunday, and the Mariners are rumored to be interested in bringing back a familiar face. That's all here in Gee's Quick Hits to start of Tuesday's show. Later in the first hour, Gee takes your calls on if the Seahawks can make a deep playoff run without Earl Thomas. Also, in Head-Scratching Stories, the Baseball Hall of Fame makes a move that should've happened nearly 100 years ago.
What does the rise of the Huskies' football program mean for the game of football itself in the state of Washington? Gee discusses that to start off Monday's second hour. Also, which Seahawks player went from concern to cornerstone in the span of three months? Gee tells you who. Monday wraps up with Confessions.
For once in our lives a primetime Seahawks game was only weird OFF the field, Earl Thomas is expected to miss the rest of the season, and the Huskies now know their postseason fate. Gee touches on all of that in Monday's Quick Hits. Also in the first hour, with four games remaining in the regular season and questions abound about the Seahawks, what is the one word you would use to describe your feelings towards them?
The Mariners have been busy wheeling and dealing in the last week, but do these moves make Gee confident in the direction of the ballclub heading into 2017? Gee starts off his second hour by looking at the plan of the Mariners' front office. Later in the second hour, Gee brings back the Player Haters Ball for another go-around and he closes out Tuesday by discussing the importance of the Seahawks' game on Sunday against the struggling Panthers.
The Huskies know exactly what they have to do on Friday night against Colorado to remain in the College Football Playoff picture, can we be so sure the Seahawks' offense will take off at the end of the regular season? And also, how bad do the Panthers not want to come to Seattle this week? Gee touches on all of that in Tuesday's Quick Hits. Later in the hour, Gee takes your calls on what your confidence level is in the Seahawks offensive line. In Head-Scratching Stories, one NFL team gets some valuable hardware damaged.
Of the current Seahawks concerns, will any of them hold them back from reaching their full potential? Gee looks at how the Seahawks will be able to address those and overcome them. Ray Roberts joins Gee as they look at the Seahawks' offensive line performance against the Buccaneers. In Gee's Players Lounge Spotlight, he sits down with George Fant, Justin Britt, and Germain Ifedi as they talk about how they celebrate Thanksgiving. Monday wraps up with Confessions.
Monday's Gee Scott Show starts off with news of another Mariners trade involving a former prospect. In Quick Hits, Gee discusses the Seahawks latest road slip up, the woes of their offensive line, and the Huskies being only one win away from a likely College Football Playoff Berth. Later in the hour Gee gets your take on what is the biggest concern of the Seahawks right now. Also, 2016 has not been Robert Griffin III's year and you'll find out why in Head-Scratching Stories.
Gee starts off hour two of Wednesday night getting your thoughts on the Mariners trade of Taijuan Walker and Ketel Marte for Jean Segura and two prospects. 710Sports.com's Mariners Insider Shannon Drayer joins Gee with more reaction to the Mariners' latest blockbuster deal. Wednesday wraps with another round of Confessions.
We know what's at stake for the Huskies on Friday, but are the Cougs playing with house money in the Apple Cup? If Sunday comes down to field goals, do you have confidence in the Seahawks' special teams unit? And will Russell Wilson be asked to run more with CJ Prosise and Troymaine Pope out? Gee discusses all of this in Wednesday's Quick Hits. Later in the hour, Gee gets a visit from former UW Husky linebacker and current Pittsburgh Steeler Travis Feeney as he breaks down what it's like in the week leading up to the Apple Cup. The first hour closes out with a huge Mariners trade going down. Gee gets the latest from Mike Salk on the Mariners wheeling and dealing.
Does if feel like Friday's Apple Cup has taken a back seat to the Seahawks' headlines of the week? Gee discusses that and also debuts a brand new segment called the "Player Haters Ball" where just about anything goes! In his Players' Lounge Spotlight, Gee sits down with Jermaine Kearse and Richard Sherman. Tuesday's show wraps with Confessions.
The Seahawks head into Tampa Bay wounded, they also say goodbye to a high profile offseason acquisition, and the Huskies' road to the college football playoff becomes a little more clear. Gee gives his take on all that in Tuesday's Quick Hits. Later in the first hour, Gee answers your calls on what was the Seahawks' best offseason move. In Head-Scratchers, Yale's student section had a rude awakening for Harvard during their football game this past Saturday.
People change, places change, but can words change? Gee starts off Wednesday's second hour with a discussion on Phil Jackson's comments about LeBron James and James' response. Later in the hour Gee checks in with Tom Wassell of Bob, Groz, and Tom as he brings back "What's up With Tom". Gee wraps Wednesday's show with Confessions.