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Bump and Stacy are joined by Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times to break down all the major moves the Seahawks will need to make over the offseason, they answer your biggest questions about some possible NFL reunions and some major impact players in F... more
Bump and Stacy are joined by Mariners Insider Shannon Drayer to get you ready for the start of Spring Training, they give you their thoughts on Luis Urias’ injury and Matt Chapman's price in Headline Rewrites, they hear why the audio of Travis Kelce’... more
Bump and Stacy break down which young Seahawk players need a breakthrough season in 2024, including Walker, Charbonnet, and JSN, they answer your questions about the Mike Macdonald transfer portal and some NFL rumors in Four Down Territory, they hear... more
Stacey annoying… reality TV garbage talk. Could be good.. but currently annoying
If you don’t want to hear an ornery man that’s out of touch and should have a music show instead of sports then you came to the right place. Home of the fresh takes that don’t make athletes like Richard Sherman come on as a guest just to roast you. The best show on Seattle Sports!!!!! more
I love the show, I listen everyday. You guys are amazing people and the content is both insightful and fun. I finally wrote a review because of Bump’s get off my lawn segment. Keep that going. I also really enjoy Stacy’s headline rewrites. But the whole show is fire. Keep it up.
Stacy Rost is a breath of fresh air and Bump is so personable and (obviously) knowledgeable. Plus, they have great chemistry. Everything you want in afternoon sports radio.
Love the show, I have moved away from the great state of Washington so it is fantastic to listen and catch up when possible…….also, we were brutal on Geno when he had that sack for a really bad loss of yards weeks ago. I am a Russell Wilson fan, but he did that to us like 5 times every game. Anywho, Geno is playing beyond expectations (and very very good!) as well as every other position group-great coaching and great show! Thanks again
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Bump and Stacy launched 13 years ago and published 311 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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