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September 1, 2009 at 9:41 AM

710 AM radio appearances today

A quick note that I’m set for two appearances on 710 ESPN Seattle today to discuss UW football and whatever else they deem worthy to ask me (which wouldn’t be a long list).
Anyway, I’m scheduled for around 1:10 p.m. on the Brock and Salk show with former UW QB Brock Huard and Mike Salk. (Time is reverted back to its original schedule after having been changed, then changed again — such is the life of being a lower-tier guest).
Then I’m really stepping into the lion’s den at 4 p.m. when I’m scheduled to go in-studio for an hour with Jim Moore and former UW receiver/kicker Joe Jarzynka. I don’t think I’m there with those two to provide the comic relief. It’ll hopeful all be entertaining, if not educational. Moore promised me coupons to Dick’s, so I couldn’t turn it down — on a journalist’s salary these days, that’s eating large.
I’ll try to provide links to those two if/when they become available.

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