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.
The Seahawks have parted ways with running back Christine Michael, Pete Carroll expects the Philadelphia Eagles to come ready on Sunday, and the Huskies' hope hasn't ran all the way out quite yet. Gee discusses all of that in Wednesday's Quick Hits. Gee answers your calls on Christine Michael's departure and in Head-Scratching Stories, Louisville football finds itself in hot water.
Gee starts off the second hour of Monday's show by looking at the Seahawks and their improving health and how if you thought the Seahawks looked good on Sunday, just wait because they have great shot at looking even better in the coming weeks. Also, the blueprint to beating the Huskies now exists, but have their playoff hopes vanished?
The Seahawks get themselves a signature win over the Patriots in New England, all of a sudden they've also got a running back controversy, and the Huskies college football playoff hopes are no longer in their own hands. Gee discusses all of that in his Quick Hits to start off Monday's show. Also in the first hour, there's no longer a debate: Russell Wilson is the best young quarterback in the NFL and Gee tells you why.
Gee starts off Wednesday's second hour with a visit from Ray Roberts. The guys break down the struggles of the Seahawks' running game and how they'll be able to fix them going forward. Later in the hour, is the most dangerous opponent one that has nothing to lose? Gee tells you if the Huskies are about to find that out over the next two weeks. Wednesday wraps up with another edition of Confessions.
Mike Pereira says Richard Sherman did nothing on his field goal block attempt other than move offsides, Pete Carroll says the Seahawks have their best football ahead of them, and how will the Seahawks slow down the New England offense? Gee looks at all of that in Wednesday's Quick Hits. ESPN.com's Sheil Kapadia joins Gee as they discuss what is ailing more: the Seahawks offensive line or the the Seahawks' run game. In Head-Scratchers, one college football head coach had no idea Tuesday was Election Day.
It's Election Night, so Gee looks at some of the biggest decisions facing the Seattle Sports landscape in 2016 and beyond. Later in the second hour, which injured Seahawk will have the biggest influence on the second half of the season? Gee sits down with Jermaine Kearse, Brandon Williams, and Luke Willson. Tuesday's show wraps up with Confessions.
The Seahawks escape on Monday night against Buffalo, Richard Sherman makes waves on the field and off, and the Huskies are finally shown some national respect. Gee's discusses all of that and more in Tuesday's Quick Hits. Also in the first hour, has Jimmy Graham's 2016 season made you eat crow? Gee opens up the Jimmy Graham Anonymous hotline. In Head-Scratching Stories, Josh Norman clearly doesn't know the meaning of a certain word.
Are Cliff Avril and Bobby Wagner now considered stars in the league? Gee offers up some stats. Tracy Ford joins the show talking about the upcoming weekend in high school football. We've got another edition of "The Players' Lounge Spotlight". Plus Gee goes over what it will take for the Seahawks to beat Buffalo on Monday night in his keys to the game.
Gee kicks things off as always with 3 Quick Hits: What we should watch for on Monday night? The Mariners make some roster moves keeping Seth Smith on for another year for $7 million, losing Nori Aoki to Houston and declining their option on Chris Iannetta. Richard Sherman says "The league isn't fun anymore" does it truly affect the players and how they play? The Huskies and Cougs both play this weekend as UW takes on Cal on the road and the Cougs host Arizona. Any concerns? It’s time for "The Players’ Lounge" this week featuring O-Lineman Rees Odhiambo, George Fant and Germain Ifedi. Plus, "Head Scratching Stories" LeBron James will be wearing a full Cubs uniform on for losing a bet with Dewayne Wade.
Is everything going to be alright with the Seahawks offense if Russell Wilson won't be at full strength anytime soon? Gee answers that question to start off Halloween's second hour. In the Seahawks' Players Lounge Spotlight, Gee sits down with Germain Ifedi, Rees Odhiambo, and George Fant. Monday's show wraps with a game of "Trick or Treat" and Gee's Final Word.
The Seahawks drop one to the Saints and to the referees, the Huskies and Cougars both survive Saturday scares, and the rest of the NFC West does the Seahawks a favor. Gee touches on all of that and more in Monday's Quick Hits. Later in the hour, who had the bigger impact on Sunday's game: the Seahawks' offense or the referees? Monday's first hour wraps with Head-Scratchers including some wild stories from the World Series.
What did we learn from the Seahawks game in Arizona? We learned that the running g,me might affect Russel Wilson's ability to scramble. And bringing it back to the defense, that this 2016 defense is better than the 2013 Superbowl Champion defense. But this week on the Players' Lounge, Gee sits down with Jermaine Kearse, Luke Wilson, and Brandon Williams talking everything but football.
Gee talks about the Seahawks and Sunday Night Football. Is a tie to a division rival really that bad? They didn't win, but they also didn't loose. But we can't disregard the resilient Seattle Defense. Gee also sits down with Tracy Ford, from Ford Sports Performance, discussing all the updated on high school football from this past weekend.
Friday's second hour starts off with Gee discussing the Josh Brown assault case and how the NFL and King County Sherriff's department has handled the ordeal. Is the NFL really doing all within their power to stop domestic violence among their employees? Later in the second hour, Gee gets a visit from The Groz, so you never know where that's going to go! Friday's show closes out with Head-Scratching stories and the Final Word.
Gee starts off Friday night's show with his three quick hits. Will Jimmy Graham play on Sunday and is Nick Vannett ready for the spotlight? Are the Huskies coming up on a trap game on Saturday? And can the Seahawks actually blow out the Cardinals in Phoenix for a third straight season? Gee answers all of that and more to start. Later in the first hour, Gee is joined by good friend of the show, Ray Roberts as they preview Sunday's Seahawks game against Arizona. Tracy Ford of Ford Sports Performance joins Gee as they look at Friday night's prep football action. The first hour closes out with a Seahawks Players Lounge Spotlight with Jermaine Kearse and DeShawn Shead.
Gee continues the conversation about Archbishop Murphy to start off Wednesday's second hour. What's your take? Gee answers your phone calls, too. Later in the hour, Gee gives you this week's Players' Lounge Spotlight featuring the entire Seahawks' offensive line. Wednesday's show wraps with another round of Confessions.
How are the Seahawks going to slow down the Falcons' offensive attack on Sunday? Should Richard Sherman shadow Julio Jones? And should Chris Petersen do more to aid Jake Browning's Heisman Candidacy? Gee discusses all of that in Wednesday's Quick Hits. Gee chats with Ray Roberts as they preview the Seahawks' upcoming game against the Falcons. Later, Gee and Tracy Ford go deep in their conversation about yet another high school team forfeiting against Archbishop Murphy.
Are the 2016 Seahawks better off at this point in the season than the 2013 Super Bowl Seahawks were through the quarter mark? Gee takes a look at both teams and where the 2016 version is better than 2013's. What did beating Stanford do to Washington's season expectations? What would beating Oregon do to the expectations of the Washington program as a whole? Gee discusses where the Huskies program is at and where it could be headed. In the Players' Lounge spotlight, Gee sits down with Seahawks wide receivers Doug Baldwin and Jermaine Kearse. Monday's show closes out with Confessions.
The Seahawks make quick work of the Jets, the Huskies open everyone's eyes with a beatdown of Stanford, and the Mariners fall one step short of postseason baseball. Gee discusses all of that in Monday's Quick Hits. Also in the first hour, friend of the show Big Ray Roberts of the Seahawks Radio pre and post game show joins Gee to discuss where the Seahawks sit going into their bye week. Tracy Ford also stops by to discuss the weekend that was in Washington State prep football. The first hour closes out with another round of Head-Scratching Stories.