Tuesday Rewind: Some Big Recruits Favoring UW
By Dan Anderson
Barry Every of Rivals.com discussed where some of the big name high school athletes will be playing college football next year, and, he ranks the recruiting classes of UW, Oregon and WSU.
Mack Strong discussed who he thinks will win the big game and told us some of the stories that took place at media day when the Hawks were in Super Bowl XL.
Doug Farrar of Sports Press Northwest talked about Jake Locker's draft status and who he thinks the Seahawks may take with the 25th pick.
Mike Sando of ESPN.com discussed the terrible weather in Dallas, and, told some interesting stories about Super Bowl XLV media day.
Tuesday, February 1, 2011 @ 10:03am
Small bussinesses cash in on the big game.
The Super Bowl is big money for small businesses, and Cashman is cashing in on the news!
Tuesday, February 1, 2011 @ 9:58am
Secretariat - a new look!
Still the greatet performance by an American athlete I've ever seen.
Monday, January 31, 2011 @ 4:15pm
By Dan Anderson
Junior guard for the Cougs Marcus Capers called-in to talk about the big win Sunday night against the #17 Huskies.
Steve Raible weighed-in on Super Bowl XLV and answered the question regarding which QB is better, Aaron Rodgers or Ben Roethlisberger?
Damon Huard discussed winning 2 Super Bowl rings with the Patriots and gave his prediction for Sunday's big game.
Bud Nameck gave his thoughts on the WSU fans chanting "No Means No!" during Sunday nights game at Beasely Coliseum.
Monday, January 31, 2011 @ 11:01am
To Catch a Pretender
This investigative special was produced for the Sports Star of the Year Awards in Seattle. Yeah, the city that had its basketball team and hearts ripped out in 2008. Just when you thought it was safe to begin rooting for another team...
Thursday, January 27, 2011 @ 5:59pm
Thursday Rewind: Mariners Media Day
Mariners ace Felix Hernandez joined the show from the team's annual pre-spring training media luncheon at Safeco Field, where he also showed off the Cy Young Award he was presented with last weekend.
Hernandez discussed all the work that went into winning the award and the team's goal of making the post-season:
Mariners GM Jack Zduriencik also shared his expectations of the upcoming season:
Mariners TV broadcaster Dave Sims discussed some holes the team still has in the lineup:
New Mariners manager Eric Wedge discussed some of the new faces on the team and his goals for the club this season:
Thursday, January 27, 2011 @ 3:54pm
The King's Cy Young Award
Don't adjust your monitor...Felix left his Cy Young Award at our broadcast table today when we were live at Mariner's Media Day. We propose adding a gold chain necklace so Felix can wear it around town.
Wednesday, January 26, 2011 @ 4:35pm
Wed. Rewind: Foster checks in from Mobile
By Dan Anderson
Straight off of practice at the Senior Bowl, Mason Foster joined The Groz to talk about how he has been working on his pass coverage, his plans between now and the NFL draft, and, of course an update on how Jake Locker has been doing.
"The Glove," Gary Payton called in to talk about how he plans on helping the NBA come back to Seattle, why he ended up going to Oregon State University, the impact Nate McMillan had on his career, and, The Glove gives the Groz some tips on talking trash.
Candidate for the Pac-10 Player of the Year, Klay Thompson talked about what the Cougs need to do in order to beat UW on Sunday, whether he plans on going to the NBA at the end of the year, and, how the team is coming together as the year progresses.
The Groz was joined by Isaiah Thomas who discussed the impact of losing Abdul Gatty, how he has adjusted his game in order to benefit the team, the type of offense the UW is running, and, how the team is preparring for their game against the Cougs on Sunday.
Wednesday, January 26, 2011 @ 3:05pm
Gary Payton admires trash-talking Jets
By Brady Henderson
Gary Payton grew up in Oakland and spent the majority of his NBA career in Seattle, but there's one obvious reason why he has an admiration for a football team from New York.
Payton checked in with the Groz on Wednesday and among the topics discussed was the brash and unfiltered Jets.
"I love (Rex) Ryan. I love him to death because all he does is speak his mind and he talks trash," Payton said. "And that's what I like. And they back it up."
And they play pretty good defense, too. Sound familiar?
Payton, who will present an award with Kevin Calabro at the Sports Star of the Year banquet on Wednesday, was known during his 17-year NBA career as an outstanding defender and an equally proficient trash talker.
Tuesday, January 25, 2011 @ 3:36pm
The Cameron Dollar Show Tonight at 8
We escaped fog bound Fresno and will have The Cameron Dollar Show tonight at Jimmys on Broadway at 8pm on 710 ESPN Seattle.
- Steve Nash's baby daddy drama
- Previewing the Rangers-Mariners series
- Lorenzo Romar: Isaiah Thomas' heart will help him at the next level
- 3/29: Can the Mariners count on Erik Bedard?
- Lorenzo Romar: 'We're definitely disappointed'
- Huskies' Isaiah Thomas unsure if he'll return
- 15 of the greatest buzzer beaters in NCAA tournament history
- Great march madness moments lego-ized
- Groz's Tourney Picks
- 3/15: A CBA update and NCAA tournament breakdown