Gee Scott

The show for the people! Gee Scott went from cleaning Seahawks players’ cars to interviewing Super Bowl winners on his own radio show. No one has a perspective on Seattle sports as unique as Gee's. Listen live weekdays 7 to 9pm on 710 ESPN Seattle.
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Aug 25, 2016

Gee starts off the second hour of the show by looking at headlines from around the NFL. What's up with Joey Bosa's contract holdout? Gee shares some insider info about how the negotiations between the Chargers and Bosa are going. On the eve of the Seahawks' third preseason game, who are the top 5 players to watch on Thursday night? Gee gives you his. Wednesday night's show wraps up with Confessions.

Aug 25, 2016

The Mariners lose their first series in nearly a month, Thomas Rawls in inching closer to a return to live game action, and the Seahawks keep trading fisticuffs at practice. Gee touches on all of that in his Quick Hits to start the show. Later in the first hour, if the Mariners don't reach the postseason, will you still be happy with the progress they've made in 2016? In Head Scratching Stories, a Michigan football recruit decommits for an odd reason and Ryan Lochte may have found his next career move.

Aug 12, 2016

Gee is joined by some special guests in this hour. First, Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman joins Gee to talk about all the goings on so far at Training Camp. Also, Big Ray Roberts stops by the studio to shine light on all of the offensive line battles at Training Camp. Also, Ray tells Gee what the differences are between Training Camp now and back when he played for the Seahawks. Thursday night's show wraps up with Confessions.

Aug 12, 2016

Gee gets you set for the Seahawks first preseason game, but not before telling you why the Mariners have found so much success as of late. That's all in Gee's Quick Hits to start the show. Later on in the first hour, Gee gets the Word on the Street from Seahawks fans at Training Camp, including one who's waited to get in the doors for quite some time. In head scratching stories, does Bobby Petrino have the most immunity of any head coach in sports history?