Wednesday, January 17, 2018
While talking about the shocking death of Tyler Hilinski, Tom Wassell speaks about his own experience calling a suicide prevention hotline.
Bob and Tom discuss the tragic news of Tyler Hilinski's apparent suicide and Tom shares a personal story of why his first thought was "that could have been me". Then, Cliff Avril told Brock and Salk what he thinks about Bob's admiration for him. Plus, in Wait a Minute, What; we explain why a Jacksonville bakery sent Ben Roethlisberger pastries.
Is baseball's economic system outdated? Is that why there are so many free agents still unsigned? Bob and Tom begin the hour by examining the stalled out baseball free agent market. In the Halftime Show, the guys get you up to speed on the biggest stories of the day including the untimely passing of Cougars quarterback Tyler Hilinski. Have an Opinion Already and a visit from Mike Petraglia for a New England view of things closes out the hour.
Can the Mariners make the postseason without making any more moves in free agency? MLB Network's Greg Amsinger joins Bob and Tom to begin the hour as pitchers and catchers report in less than a month. In the Eavesdrop, Cliff Avril spoke earlier in the day on 710 ESPN and the guys hear what he had to say on the Seahawks' hiring of Ken Norton as defensive coordinator. The hour wraps with Sum it Up.
Tuesday, January 16, 2018
Will the new hires on the Seahawks' coaching staff be given the same amount of leash Darrell Bevell and Tom Cable had? Bob, Groz, and Tom begin the show by looking at how long each new coach should be given before an opinion can be given on the new hires. Also in the hour, would the Seahawks bring back Jimmy Graham if his free agent value dips? In Wait a Minute What, a disgraced college football coach might get a second chance with a rival program.
His Eagles are still very much alive in the NFL playoffs, so are they winning because of Nick Foles or despite him? El Hombre, Michael Bradley joins Bob, Groz, and Tom to start the second hour of Tuesday as they break down all the craziness from the divisional round. In the Halftime Show, the guys get you caught up on the biggest stories of the day including the Seahawks rumored hiring of Ken Norton and Mike Solari. Have an Opinion Already closes out the hour.
Are Mike Tomlin's days numbered in Pittsburgh? Is Ben Roethlisberger frustrated with his team's play calling? Bob, Groz, and Tom sort through it all as they begin the hour by going Around the NFL. In the Eavesdrop, did Jon Gruden predict Case Keenum's success years ago? It definitely sounds like it and we've got the audio to prove it. Sum it Up closes out Tuesday.
Monday, January 15, 2018
It was an insane weekend of divisional round matchups in the NFL playoffs, so Bob, Groz, and Tom try to put it all in perspective to begin Monday. Where does the finish of the Vikings win over New Orleans land among the all-time greats? Can the Jaguars' defense continue their Cinderella run? The guys break it all down. Also, the Seahawks appear to have settled on a new offensive coordinator, but is Brian Schottenheimer the sexy name so many wanted? In Wait a Minute What, Jeremy Lane has a run-in with the law that could signal the end of his days with the Seahawks.
Bob, Groz, and Tom begin the second hour with some breaking news about injured Seahawks defensive end Cliff Avril's plans for the 2018 season. Also, what does Brian Schottenheimer's former head coach Rex Ryan think of the Seahawks' rumored new offensive coordinator? The guys play his best quotes from his appearance on Brock and Salk earlier in the day. The hour wraps with Have an Opinion Already.
NFL Insider Mike Sando of ESPN.com joins Bob, Groz, and Tom to begin the hour as they continue to examine the rumored hire of Brian Schottenheimer as the offensive coordinator of the Seahawks. The Eavesdrop begins with a very juicy rumor about the plans the Seahawks have for the defensive coordinator. The day wraps with Sum it Up as Groz pays respect to the legendary broadcaster Keith Jackson.
Friday, January 12, 2018
Bob Stelton is joined by MMA play-by-play man Mike Goldberg. The guys discuss Goldberg joining the commentary team of Bellator MMA and his new TV partner Big John McCarthy.
Is Doug Baldwin right when he says the Seahawks offensive problems were on the players and not the coaches? Bob, Groz, and Tom begin Friday by reacting to comments he shared on First Take about the end of the Seahawks season. What should the first task of the Seahawks' new offensive coordinator be? The guys discuss. In Wait a Minute What, could a former Seattle quarterback be Jon Gruden's replacement on Monday Night Football?
Is LeVeon Bell serious when he says he might retire if the Steelers don't give him a contract extension? Bob, Groz, and Tom discuss if the Pro Bowl running back has leverage and also if he's a possible fit with Seattle. In the Halftime Show, the biggest stories of the day are discussed including Doug Baldwin's appearance on First Take. Later in the hour, Falcons head coach Dan Quinn says his guys are over their Super Bowl collapse, but are they?
710's own Danny O'Neil joins Bob, Groz, and Tom to begin the third hour of Friday. Do the Seahawks need to make a splash with their offensive coordinator hire? Also, who should they prioritize in free agency this offseason? Danny lets the guys know. Later on, the guys make their NFL divisional round picks, and the week wraps up with Sum it Up.
Thursday, January 11, 2018
Bob, Groz and Tom discuss if the expectations change for the Seahawks following the coaching changes and who should be expected to step up as the veteran players shift next season. Then, Scott Servais says the Mariners need to get Kyle Seager off to a quicker start this season, Groz says that's not possible for some players. In Wait a Minute, What!?- The Seahawks are heading to London and Blake Bortles mentions himself in the same breath as LeBron James.
Can the Seahawks learn a lesson from the Mariners of the late 1990s and early 2000s? Groz throws the idea out there for Bob and Tom to digest to begin the second hour. The guys transition into some football talk as they go Around the NFL and look at the biggest headlines across the league. The Halftime Show gets you caught up to speed on the biggest stories of the day. Have an Opinion Already closes out the hour.
Ray Roberts of the Seahawks Radio Network joins Bob, Groz, and Tom for the entire third hour of Thursday to give a former player's perspective of what it's like to see sweeping changes happen to a team's coaching staff. Also, should the Seahawks continue using a zone blocking scheme? Ray shares what he thinks the direction they should go. Sum it Up closes out the day.
Wednesday, January 10, 2018
Bob Groz and Tom discuss the Seahawks parting ways with Darrell Bevell, possible replacements, other moves that could happen in the near future and your calls on the move. Then, in Wait a Minute, What?!; the Seahawks might play in London next year and Austin Sefarian-Jenkins says Marqise should be a Seahawk next year.
Bob, Groz, and Tom are joined by Bob Glauber of New York Newsday to begin the hour to give a national perspective on the Seahawks' firing of offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell. In the Halftime Show, the guys share breaking news about the future of Tom Cable in the Seahawks organization. Hour number two wraps with a Seahawks edition of Have an Opinion Already.
With Tom Cable officially on his way out of Seattle, Bob, Groz, and Tom continue with their reactions to the flurry of coaching moves the Seahawks have made on Wednesday. Gregg Bell of The News Tribune joins the show to give the latest including what's next for defensive coordinator Kris Richard. In the Eavesdrop, why fire Darrell Bevell and why do it now? The day finishes with Sum it Up.