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Pete Carroll joins Brock and Salk to discuss the frustration of losing a winnable game, what went into some of the offensive turnaround, what the conversations were leading up to this game, thoughts on the officiating last night and how penalties were a good portion of their defensive issues. Plus, he explains why he's still ceratin they are heading to the playoffs.
Yesterday, we talked about what was at stake for multiple members of the Seahawks in the game against the Cowboys. Salk discusses who came through and who didn't. Then, in Need to Know, we break down the Seahawks game, preview the PAC-12 Championship game and discuss the Kraken's shootout loss. Plus, we take your calls.
Brock and Salk discuss the Seahawks putting together a really good offensive performance only to come up short in the big moments suffer a let down performance from the defense. How significant are the issues on this team? Then, we talk about how much responsibility Pete Carroll bears for the inconsistencies the Seahawks show week to week and Brock answers three football questions in Blue 88.
Brock and Salk discuss the magnitude of the final PAC-12 Championship game. Then, ESPN's Kirk Herbstreit joins us to discuss what he saw from the Seahawks in last night's loss, why he's hesitant to say that they need a change at coordinator, why the officials were so over the top, what he expects from the PAC-12 Championship Game and whether his dog Ben will be meeting Dubs.
Seahawks have lost 3 in a row and fans emotions are all over the place, mostly calling for Pete's firing on our text line - but who deserves blame? The number of questions around this team all point back to Pete Carroll, according to Salk. Another episode of The Pete Carroll Show.
Brock and Salk play 'Whose Shoes?' with questions on Geno Smith and Shane Waldron, Nick Mullens and Joe Flacco, and Brian Schottenheimer and Dan Quinn. Then, we discuss Chris Petersen's two keys for the Huskies to beat Oregon Friday night and Salk and Justin take us on a Ranked voyage.
Could something crazy happen if the Seahawks lose to Dallas? Salk says not immediately, but there are still huge implications for the organization, Geno Smith, Shane Waldron, the rookies who are underperforming, and ultimately - Pete Carroll. We revisit the conversation with Husky football HC Kalen DeBoer.
Brock & Salk discuss the Cowboys matchup and Salk asks Brock if this could be Geno Smith's biggest (or final) audition for the Seahawks long-term QB job before being joined by Coach Chris Petersen ahead of the Pac-12 Championship, and Brock's Blue 88.
Brock & Salk get back into the conversation about who in the Seahawks org has the most on the line before this Cowboys game before being joined by Dave Wyman (Wyman & Bob 2-6pm) from Dallas who will be on the radio broadcast for a game preview.
What is at stake for UW, Michael Penix and Kalen DeBoer Friday night? Brock & Salk share their 5 step plan for how to "fix" the Seahawks? Maura & Justin read Mean Tweets from Brock's Apple Cup broadcast.
What does is mean to say you are ready for a new QB? Brock & Salk discuss comments made by people who believe the Hawks should be drafting one. UW Head Coach Kalen DeBoer joins the show ahead of the Pac-12 Championship Game vs Oregon before Brock's Blue 88.
Salk opens the show with his piece on SeattleSports.com about how the narrative of the Seahawks & Russell Wilson could be changing and explains why. Jon Morosi and Jeff Passan link the Mariners to 2 new names on the market and Maura takes us Around the NFL.
Brock & Salk get into the numbers behind the dominance Oregon has shown since losing to the Huskies and why they're such big favorites heading into the Pac-12 Championship game on Friday before Salk admitting that he agrees with Colin Cowherd regarding Geno Smith's regression. Brock's Blue 88.
Salk asks KJ how it feels as a player to know your unit doesn't have a clear identity, what it takes to get the rushing attack established, Geno Smith's regression and a rapid fire round of "Stock Up/Down" with a selection of Seahawks players.
Brock and Salk discuss why the Huskies cannot afford to fall behind early on Friday. Then, Brock says he wants the M's to be more like the Rays in stacking talent but then go above what they do and actually pay to keep those players around. Salk says if you want to be like the Rays, you have to wait five more years. Plus, Brock brings you the top 5 players that will dictate the PAC-12 Championship game in Ranked.
Salk opens the show with questions about the Seahawks identity, Geno and Waldron before asking why Pete is so concerned for the second game in a row. Why is he questioning himself twice in two weeks? The Mariners make two confusing moves but Salk is going to reserve judgement until the offseason is over.
Brock & Salk agree the Seahawks are full of talent, but are they playing up to it on offense OR defense? Either way, it will fall on the coordinator or the quarterback, but why is a Pete Carroll team 26th in rushing yards per game and 30th in rushing attempts? Brock shares stories from calling the Apple Cup before Blue 88.
Brock & Salk discuss some of the body language that they've noticed from Seahawks players on the sidelines before taking calls from Seattle Sports fans who have a lot of questions, blame, and finger-pointing to go around.
Salk is struggling to understand Geno Smith laying on a table, shirtless, getting treatment during a TNF production meeting. He and Brock discuss how big this next game is if Geno wants to solidify a future here. Then, Brock discusses his weekend calling Oregon Oregon State and the Apple Cup within 24 hrs and Justin and Salk have a sweet Ranked for you.
Would you trade Bryan Woo or Bryce Miller for a bat? Which pitcher would you prefer to keep? Salk discusses that and then takes your calls on everything Seattle Sports. Plus, Justin and Salk rank "Holidays".
Salk opens the show with a statement about how the Seattle Sports teams are all standing on the edge of something - the M's with free agency, Seahawks playoff implications with a Thanksgiving game, and the Huskies' heading toward a CFB playoff. We revisit the conversation with Mike Tirico (NBC).
Salk is still confused by the decision to run the play at the end of the 49ers game but understands the difference between what fans/media want to hear vs what players/coaches are going to say. Ryan Divish (Seattle Times) joins Salk to discuss the Mariners and why he thinks the M's are about to make a move before Brock's Blue 88.
Salk is conflicted on his thoughts after talking to Pete Carroll after noticing some things that don't feel true based on Pete's explanation of the clock management, penalties and how he never has a plan for an idea that doesn't work out. We revisit the conversation to hear all of Pete's thoughts.
Brock & Salk discuss the turnaround Kalen DeBoer has executed on Washington and where it ranks in history and the surprising name right next to his. Mike Tirico is calling the Seahwaks Thanksgiving game and joins the show to share how excited he is to be in Seattle before Brock's Blue 88.
Brock & Salk try to decode the communication issues on the offense that led to such a strange ending of the Rams game on Sunday. Brock's broadcast partner on the call for Oregon/OSU and the Apple Cup joins the show to preview the games and poke fun at Brock.
What is wrong with the Seahawks offense? Chris Long says they are bad at situational football. Brock says they need more ingenuity in the run game. Then, Brock discusses Brock Purdy's unlikely rise to one of the best QB's statistically this season and Justin and Salk have a National Stuffing Day themed Ranked.
Brock Huard discusses what he wants to see from Kyler Murray, what he thinks of the Los Angeles Rams, the Arizona Cardinals' upcoming opponent, and his thoughts on the quarterback class in the upcoming NFL Draft.
Brock and Salk discuss yesterday's Seahawks loss and what the biggest issue was. Then, they break down UW's win over Oregon State and their path going forward. Plus, Brock answers three football questions in Blue 88.
Salk says he was fully ready for the Seahawks to turn yesterday's game into a blowout. What happened? He breaks down three reasons why they faltered. Then, we disucss the Huskies, win, Matty Beniers game winning goal, a Mariners trade, and the Seahawks miscommunications on the final drive in Need to Know. Plus, we take your calls on what went wrong for the Seahawks.
Salk asks Brady to share his thoughts on the Charissa Thompson story about her making up sideline reports and how problematic that is for the broadcast/journalism profession before Salk is joined by TJ Mathewson from 1240 Joe Radio & the Marine Layer Podcast to discuss the OSU vs UW game and a quick Mariners conversation.
Salk says the M's should defnitely go after Shohei Ohtani and Juan Soto but he has some names of productive veterans that they should also consider. Then, we take your calls and Justin and Salk have Ranked themed around this weekend's Seahawks game.
Brady Henderson joins Salk in place of Brock Huard to preview the Seahawks vs Rams and how different the teams look from Week 1 to Week 11 with guys who have gotten healthy or injured in that span of time. Maura takes us 'Around the NFL' before Brady's Blue 88.
Brock & Salk agree this Rams matchup is extra-important due to the schedule that follows because going 7-3 gives you some buffer if you want to make the playoffs. ESPN's Chris Fowler joins the show to talk Huskies, his career and much more before Brock's Blue 88.
Salk opens the hour with some high praise for his broadcast partner Brock before getting into the key matchups to watch in Seahawks vs Rams. Following UW/Utah we get a fresh batch of (very) Mean Tweets for Brock before the conversation shifting to what it would take to make Mariners fans actually happy this offseason.
What the heck is going on with the Kraken? Salk opens the show reading texts from frustrated fans who try to draw parallels to the Mariners. We learn Abe Lucas has returned to Seahawks practice, but returning to game action could be a different story vs the Rams on Sunday. Revisiting the KJ Wright Show.
Salk loves the conversation Mark Schlereth had with Wyman & Bob yesterday and can't believe Russ may have finally accepted truths about himself, but could that have happened in Seattle? The Mariners make a small move and we revisit the conversation with Seahawks play-by-play broadcaster Steve Raible.
Brock & Salk discuss the Jeff Passan article about Shohei Ohtani and Salk makes the case for him being a Mariner before getting into an old-school Salk rant about the CFB rankings and how insane they are. Brock's Blue 88.
KJ Wright joins Brock & Salk to discuss the Seahawks win over the Commanders and how he would grade the defensive performance, Geno and the importance of consistency, what Lockett is like as a teammate, a preview of the Rams matchup and much more.
After watching the Josh Allen experience on Monday Night Football, Salk asks what separates Geno from some of the bigger QB names in the NFL and if you'd prefer to have Geno Smith over Josh Allen. We revisit the conversation with The Pete Carroll Show.
Brock & Salk continue the conversation about Geno Smith and what separates him from more 'elite' guys in the league before getting into the possibility of Blake Snell and a new name being linked to the Mariners: Yoshinobu Yamamoto. Brock's Blue 88.
The Bills just fired their OC Ken Dorsey. We talk about what happens when a QB starts pressing and how much coaching has to do with that. Then, Brock and Salk discuss what UW needs to do to lock up Kalen DeBoer and Ryan Grubb. Plus, Justin and Salk have a Ranked themed around the Seahawks trip to L.A.
If you're the Mariners - what would your sales pitch sound like to Shohei Ohtani? Brock & Salk share their own version before talking to Seahawks play-by-play broadcaster Steve Raible.
Brock and Salk discuss why this Huskies football team is having so much success and Kalen DeBoer's coaching style. Then, they go over the weekend's biggest games in Need to Know and give their thoughts on the Seahawks game in Takeaways.
Salk gives credit to DK Metcalf for his huge performance yesterday and says he's still struggling with what to make of Geno Smith. Then, we discuss the Seahawks win over the Commanders, UW's win over Utah and the Kraken's loss to the Oilers in Need to Know. Plus, we take your calls on the Seahawks offense and Geno Smith.
Brock and Salk discuss the Seahawks edging out the Commanders. It may not have been pretty but this team just needs to keep stacking wins and growing every week. Then, they debate how much of a role Geno Smith has in the offensive communication issues and Brock answers three football questions in Blue 88.
Brock & Salk were both guests on different radio shows the last two weeks where the hosts asked them "are the Seahawks are a good team?" question and they were surprised how tough it was to answer. Former UW coach Chris Petersen joins Brock & Salk to discuss the upcoming Utah games and if the ranking system is fair before Brock's Blue 88.