The Mariners have been downright enjoyable to watch for Brock & Salk--if they had a better bullpen this year, would they be competing for a playoff spot? Salk has a theory on why Kyle Seager has returned to his All Star form. Former NFL offensive lineman and PAC 12 alumni Geoff Schwartz shares his thoughts on the coalition of PAC 12 players demands...but not before he gets some shots in at Brock, being a former Oregon Duck. Finish off the episode with some Seahawks storylines and Brock's most important breakout player in 2020.
The Seahawks pulled off one of the most aggressive trades in franchise history, sending 2 first round picks, a third rounder and Bradley McDougald to the Jets for All Pro Safety Jamal Adams and a 4th round pick. Why does Brock think it's the wrong deal, and why is Salk so excited? The Mariners season has officially begun--which young players have given Brock & Salk the most hope about the Mariners' future? PLUS--get an expert breakdown of Jamal Adams' game and his fit with the Seahawks from former Pro Bowl Safety and current ESPN NFL analyst Ryan Clark.
The Mariners 2020 season starts this week! Brock & Salk are pumped to watch baseball again, but in a rebuilding year for the Mariners, what are they actually watching for? Brock & Salk give specific areas for each key young Mariner player that would give them hope in the rebuild. Brock Huard's Football Camp is going digital this year--hear the behind-the-scenes story of how his nephew, UW QB commit Sam Huard, almost broke Brock's face in taping an instructional video. Plus--do the Seahawks really have the worst defensive line in the NFL? Finish off the episode with "Good News, Bad News, No News".
Start off the episode with an EXCLUSIVE interview featuring Mariners manager Scott Servais. Which names have stood out to him in Summer training? Will Jarred Kelenic be saying "smell ya later" in the Big Leagues this year after destroying MLB pitching in camp? Brock & Salk react to some very...candid comments from Kelenic after hitting 2 homers yesterday in an intrasquad game--is he the next Richard Sherman of Seattle Sports? Finish off the episode with an honest conversation about the impact of DeSean Jackson's anti-Semitic comments, the difference between evil and ignorance, and the power of listening when it comes to understanding the plight of someone else's life.