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March 1, 2009 at 7:54 PM

Huard to host own radio show on KIRO?

Rumor making the rounds is that former Husky QB Brock Huard is going to jump into the sports talk radio business in Seattle, hosting his own radio show from noon-3 p.m. on 710 ESPN Seattle, now known as KIRO-AM 710.
KIRO is going to an all-sports format April 1, when it will become known as 710 ESPN Seattle and has already announced the hiring of former Sonics broadcaster Kevin Calabro to host his own three-hour show. It’s thought Huard may have a co-host.
Huard played QB for the Huskies from 1996-98 and then spent six years in the NFL before injuries helped cut his career short. He has been working in local real estate as well as getting into TV broadcasting with ESPN, serving as an analyst on college football games and also doing in-studio analysis on College Football Live.
If Huard does indeed work from noon-3 p.m. he would be going opposite one of the Husky Honks, Dave “Softy” Mahler, for one hour — Mahler goes from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. on KJR-AM 950.

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