Is extending John Schneider the most important move the Seahawks made this offseason? Gee looks at what move the team has made this offseason that will have the biggest impact on the franchise moving forward. Later on in the hour, Gee reports on his field trip down to Century Link Field for the circus that was the sale of Seahawks single game tickets. Monday's show wraps up with a classic round of Confessions.
Gee recaps a huge sports weekend in Seattle sports in his 3 Quick Hits to leadoff Monday's show. How will John Schneider's contract extension affect the contract talks of Pete Carroll and the Seahawks? How will Schneider's extension affect Michael Bennnett's contract talks? Gee tells you exactly how he sees it playing out. Also in the hour, will we ever see an athlete grip Seattle the way Ken Griffey Jr. did?
What is the Seahawks' strongest position group heading into Training Camp? Is it still the secondary? Could it be another group on the defense? Gee lets you know what he thinks is going to be their biggest strength. Later in the hour, Gee is joined by Josh Kerns of 97.3 KIRO-FM who shares some of his best Ken Griffey Jr memories as The Kid is just four days away from his Hall of Fame induction ceremony. Wednesday night's show wraps up with some random questions and Gee's Final Word.
The Mariners win in dramatic fashion, Felix Hernandez makes his valiant return to the mound at Safeco Field, and the M's make their first move before the trade deadline, it's all covered in Gee's Quick Hits. ESPN.com's Sheil Kapadia joins Gee to talk about the quiet before the storm that will be Seahawks' Training Camp. In Head Scratching stories, one politician just doesn't get it when it comes to the allegiance of sports fans.
ESPN.com predicted the NFL MVP's from each division and Gee is fired up about the NFC West and AFC East. Then, Gee counts down his personal favorite Seahawks of all time. Plus, Gee answers your questions and leaves you with his Final Word.
In today's quick hits Gee talks Von Miller's contract negotiations, disputes a USA today article counting the Mariners out, and gives props to the ESPY's for their handling of social issues and producing a greats show. Then, some surprising news from Andre Iguodala about who he thinks deserved to win the NBA title and some not so surprising news from Dwight Howard that he and James Harden didn't get along. Plus Shannon Drayer tells us what to expect from the Mariners post all star break and the Head Scratching Stories of the Day!
Seahawks Linebacker, Brock Coyle, stops by the show and lets Gee know just what he's been up to in the lead up the Training Camp. Also, Gee gets his take on why Coyle thinks the Seahawks didn't address their linebacking corps during the NFL Draft. Later on in the hour, is the Seahawks' linebacking group the thinnest group on the roster? The show wraps up with Gee answering your questions and the Final Word.
Deflategate might finally be coming to an end? It appears that's the case. Gee Scott touches on that, the MLB All-Star Game and why they continue to have fledgling ratings, as well as Adam Silver's comments on NBA super teams in his three Quick Hits to lead off Wednesday's show. Later on, can Major League Baseball save itself from itself? Also, it's been a slow news week, but that doesn't mean it's been lacking in weird stories. Gee takes you around the world of weird in Head Scratching Stories.
Several players have retired this year: Kobe Bryant, Tim Duncan, Marshawn Lynch, Peyton Manning, Calvin Johnson and Jeff Gordon among others. Who will be remembered the most in 20 years? The consensus is Kobe Bryant. Who the the one player on the Seahawks defense that they can't live without? Richard Sherman? Earl Thomas? Gee thinks it's Michael Bennett. Ok, now who's the player on the Seahawks offense that is most important to the Seahawks success? Thomas Rawls? Doug Baldwin? Or maybe it's Tyler Lockett? The show closes as always with "Random Questions".
Gee is back and kicks things off with "Quick Hits" looking at the M's chances at the All-Star break, Seahawks RB Thomas Rawls says he'll be ready for the season and Gee recaps the Richard Sherman softball game. Mina Kimes of ESPN shares her thoughts of the Seahawks heading into training camp. Husky freshman Brandon Wellington talks about his choice to stay in state and play for the Husky football team (the coaching staff) and how he's had to go through a lot with his mother needing a kidney transplant. He sticks around for some rapid fire questions.