Quick Hits: Steve Sarkisian continues to fall upward, the SODO arena group submits a new petition and more Patriots refuse to visit the White House. Gee answers if the Falcons loss makes the pain of Super Bowl 49 better, and if the Mariners have done enough to make a playoff run in 2017. Around the World: the BIG 12 announces Baylor's punishment, MLB plans to experiment with potential rule changes and Tony Dungy says the Colts stole play calls during his tenure.
Gee opens the second hour talking to former Seahawk Brandon Mebane. Then Gee dives into why some people might not like Roger Goodell, and explains why he doesn't necessarily have a problem with Goodell. Jermain Kearse, Richard Sherman, Marcel Reece and Justin Britt take you inside the Player's Lounge. Gee closes the show talking to ESPN Seattle's Dave Grosby.
Gee starts the show off with his Quick Hits: Super Bowl 51 was one for the ages, the 49ers announce their new head coach and a former Seahawk gets inducted into the NFL Hall of Fame. Who is to blame for the Falcon's loss, Dan Quinn of Kyle Shanahan? Former Seahawk Clinton McDonald joins Gee to relive the Seahawk's Super Bowl 48 victory and talk about what it's like to be on that stage. Finally, Gee closes out the hour and goes Around the World of sports.
Seahawks O-Lineman George Fant talks about making the jump having very little football experience to starter for the Seahawks. In the second half of the interview he talks about the stout O-Line performance against the Lions in the first round of the playoffs. It's time for another edition of "The Player's Lounge" as Gee catches up with WR Jermaine Kearse, TE Luke Willson and TE Brandon Williams. Gee wraps up as always with "Confessions".
Gee kicks things off as always with "3 Quick Hits of the Day" it's Super Bowl weekend and there is zero buzz. Demarius Thomas explains what Kam Chancellor did to him in Super Bowl XLVIII. Should Kam be extended? Oklahoma's Joe Mixon and Baylor's Ishmael Zamora are not invited to the NFL combine after videos of violence have emerged. Caller Question: Who wins Super Bowl on Sunday and why? Gee takes us "Around the World of Sports" as we find out that Tiger Woods pulls out of tournament in Dubai due to back spasms, Falcons center Alex Mack will be playing with a high ankle sprain in the Super Bowl, and Josh McDaniel may be called to testify in the Aaron Hernandez trial. Plus we bring on Tom Wassell and find out "What's Up with Tom".
UW tight end Darrell Daniels and Eastern Washington wide receiver Kendrick Bourne join Gee to talk about getting invited to the NFL Combine and what they expect as they try to take the next step in their careers in football. Daniels and Bourne stick around to talk about the problem in youth sports and talk about what parents' roles in youth sports should be. It's another edition of the "Player's Lounge" as Gee talks to Seahawks WR's Jermaine Kearse and Tyler Lockett, with a special guest appearance by LB K.J. Wright. Gee wraps it up with "Confessions".
"3 Quick Hits of the Day" The Huskies finished yesterday with the 22nd ranked recruiting class. They were in the college playoffs and had the 22nd class? Something ain't quite right. Robert Kraft says New England would welcome back Roger Goodell. Gee says he's part of the problem with youth sports. Today there is a problem with youth sports. It's not the kids, so is it parents or coaches? Are we more concerned with excellence than participation? Tennessee Titans tight end Delanie Walker talks about his time in San Francisco and how he's become one of the premier TE's in the game. Gee goes "Around the World of Sports" and lets us know coach K returns to Duke, Eric Berry says he will not return to the Chiefs under the franchise tag and former Baylor head coach Art Briles has had his text messages exposed. It's beyond bad.
The Groz from "Bob, Groz and Tom" joins the show to give his take on what the heck the 49ers are doing, hiring John Lynch to be their GM despite not even being a candidate and most importantly, having no front office experience. Plus he gives his thoughts on the Seahawks. Baseball season is around the corner and the team is promising more speed in the lineup. Is a faster team what the Mariners need to get them over the top? It's another edition of "The Player’s Lounge". Gee talks to Jermaine Kearse, Justin Britt and George Fant. Gee ends things as always with "Confessions."
The 3 Quick Hits of the Day: Pro Bowl was last night and while the game was terrible the good news is the Seahawks were good, Gonzaga is number 1 in the country and it seems nobody cares outside of Spokane, and the 49ers hire John Lynch to be their new GM. Caller Question: What one player of the Seahawks core do you believe that this team can let go to get more? Proof N the Play of "Proof N the Play Magazine" joins Gee to talk high school basketball, talking about the big Nathan Hale/Garfield game over the weekend. Gee goes "Around the World in Sports:" St. Louis Cardinals fined $2 million and lose 2 draft picks to the Houston Astros because of their hacking attempt, former Lions RB Mel Farr had stage 3 CTE at his time of death, and Victor Cruz says the Florida boat trip was not worth it.
Friday's second hour starts off with Gee getting a visit from 710's very own Tom Wassell as they discuss the Mariners as they gear up for Spring Training, the Seahawks, and a whole lot more. Later, Gee lets some recent newsmakers have it in another edition of the Player Haters Ball. Friday wraps with Gee taking a look at some head-scratching NBA stories that can no longer be ignored.
Does the NFL have bigger fish to fry when it comes to teams reporting their injuries correctly? Also, how much will the Seahawks miss defensive assistant Rocky Seto and why has Seattle been hesitant to embrace one of the great teams in town? Gee touches on all of that in Friday night's Quick Hits. Later in the hour, Gee is joined by Saturday Night Live Alum Jay Pharoah and Gee also goes Around the World.
Gee starts off Wednesday night's second hour sitting down with Seahawks center Justin Britt who gives Gee the entire lowdown on what the Seahawks locker room was like in 2016 and also how he plans to build on his breakout season. Later in the hour, Gee is joined by Boy Howdy from "Brock and Salk". In the Players Lounge Spotlight, Jermaine Kearse, Tyler Lockett, and Richard Sherman join Gee as they talk about anything but football. Wednesday wraps up with Confessions.
Edgar Martinez receives the highest honor the Mariners can give a former player, the Patriots just might have an easy go of it for once in a Super Bowl, and why does Gonzaga basketball routinely get disrespected? Gee touches on all of that in Wednesday night's Quick Hits. Later in the hour, does Felix Hernandez have it in himself to bounce back from the first kind of adversity he's faced in his major league career? The first hour closes out with Gee going Around the World.
Gee starts off Monday night's second hour with a visit from former Seahawk and current Atlanta Falcons wide receiver BJ Daniels as the Falcons clinched their second ever Super Bowl berth in franchise history. Later Danny O'Neil joins Gee as they discuss all things Super Bowl. In the Player Haters Ball, Jim Harbaugh and DeMarcus Cousins make an appearance. Monday wraps with Confessions.
The Patriots and Falcons both clinch Super Bowl berths and a Seahawk does something that hasn't been done in franchise history since 1989. Gee breaks down all of that in Monday's Quick Hits. Later in the hour, who has the most to gain with a victory in Super Bowl 51: Tom Brady, Bill Belichick, or Matt Ryan? Gee also goes Around the World and looks at some interesting coaching hires at the NFL level as well as the high school level here in Washington.
The second hour of Friday night's show starts with a visit from a former Seahawk and Seattle favorite, Brandon Mebane of the Los Angeles Chargers. In the Player Haters Ball, the SEC's head football coaches have had enough with Jim Harbaugh's recruiting tactics. Friday's show wraps with Gee giving you who he thinks will move on to the Super Bowl.
The Seahawks still don't know what their punishment will be for not disclosing Richard Sherman's injury, Kam Chancellor's contract status will for sure be addressed in 2017, and which of the four NFL teams playing this week is the most dangerous? Gee discusses all of that in Friday's Quick Hits. Later in the hour, Gee is joined by Rees Odhiambo in a Players Lounge spotlight and also by Mike Salk of "Brock and Salk". The first hour wraps with Gee going Around the World.
KJ Wright joins Gee to kick off the second hour to talk about being named to the Pro Bowl and more. Jim Moore, from Danny, Dave and Moore, then joins Gee to talk the Baseball Hall of Fame inductees and gives his thoughts on the Seahawks potentially losing a draft pick for not reporting Richard Sherman's injury. Rees Odhiambo joins Gee in the players lounge before Gee closes the show with Confessions.
The Seahawks could be facing a major penalty for not reporting Richard Sherman's injury and the Baseball Hall of Fame inductees were announced for 2017. Gee discusses that and more in Quick Hits! Shannon Drayer joins the show to give some insight into Edgar Martinez's Hall of Fame chances, and looks ahead to the upcoming Mariner's season. Gee goes Around the World to end the hour - have the 49ers found their new head coach?
Gee starts his first hour off by stepping into the time machine by taking a look at what's in store for the 2017 Seahawks season. Later on, Gee gives you another edition of the Player Haters Ball with appearances from Antonio Brown, Travis Kelce, and the brand new Los Angeles Chargers. Gee closes out Monday's show with a visit from comedian John Caparulo.
The Seahawks see their 2016 season come to an end, the loss of one key player may have doomed them more than was previously thought, and how much longer will their title window stay open? Gee discusses all of that and more in Monday's Quick Hits. Later in the hour, Ray Roberts joins Gee as they discuss the next steps the Seahawks need to take in 2017 in order to maintain a championship level of play. Gee goes Around the World to cap off the first hour and takes a look at an intriguing college football head coach opening right here in the state of Washington.
Ray Roberts joins the show for the people via the Venue Kings Hotline. We talk about the head scratching stories of the day that involve taking a selfie. What lengths would you go to, to take a selfie with someone? Then we hear from Brock Huard, and it's time for confessions!
Gee gets to the three quick hits of the day. CJ Prosise is questionable for the Divisional Playoff Game vs. Atlanta. John Lynch believes that Falcons running game and Seattle's linebackers are going to be the main focus of this game. And our Seattle Mariners have agreed to terms with eight arbitration players. And, a lot has happened with the Chargers this past week and their move to Los Angeles. What if the Seahawks moved? We take your calls on the matter. Then we go around the world in sports talking NFL and boxing, and then it's the latest edition of the Players Lounge.
Which team is harder to figure out: the Seahawks or the Falcons? Gee looks at why each team's stats don't really paint the entire picture of their seasons. Later in the second hour, Gee gives you another edition of the Player Haters Ball with appearances from Duke's Grayson Allen and Clemson's Dabo Swinney. In the Player's Lounge, Gee sits down with Jeron Johnson and Cliff Avril. Wednesday night closes out with Confessions.
Do the Seahawks now have a running game to be reckoned with? Do the Mariners now have a rotation that's worthy of a contender? Also, how will the Seahawks avoid putting themselves in a hole against Atlanta on Saturday? Gee discusses all of that and more in Wednesday's Quick Hits. Later in the hour, Gee takes your calls to gauge the confidence level of Seahawks fans heading into the Divisional Round. The first hour wraps with Gee taking a look around the world of sports including the Chargers' latest relocation news.