Larry Weir looks at some options for Gonzaga's remaining two scholarship openings, and also analyzes Mike Leach's Twitter controversy. In between, Dave Nichols joins the show to talk Seattle Mariners and Spokane Indians.
Vince Grippi joins host Larry Weir to look back at the wild U.S. Open at Shinnecock Hills, the Mariners' four-game set against the Red Sox and whether this is the worst time of year to be a sports fan.
Eastern Washington's head football coach Aaron Best joins host Larry Weir to break down a couple of new college football rules - one affecting transfers, and the other affecting redshirts - and how they'll affect both the Eagles and other schools across the country.
Larry Weir breaks down the high costs of participating in Division I athletics, particularly for Washington State, Idaho and Eastern Washington. Also, Larry reveals one possible grad transfer option for Gonzaga, and also looks at the Mariners moving forward.
Jim Meehan joins Larry Weir to talk about Monday's news that college basketball insider Andy Katz has Gonzaga atop his preseason Power 36 rankings, as well as transfer possibilities for the Zags, which could include Stanford big man Reid Travis.
The Major League Baseball draft takes place on Monday and Dave Nichols joins Larry Weir to look back at the Mariners draft history, and look forward to possible local prospects who might hear their names called today.
Vince Grippi and Larry Weir discuss Washington State University's plan to tackle its mounting deficits, and how difficult it has become for athletic directors at most colleges to keep departments in the black.
Washington State beat writer Theo Lawson joins Larry Weir to discuss some on-field news (the return of Robert Franks to the basketball team and the return of Robert Lewis to the football team) and off-field news (the school will present a plan today to tackle its $85.1 million deficit.)
Larry Weir talks college basketball, breaking down the latest regarding transfers and what it could mean for Gonzaga. Then Dave Nichols joins Larry to preview Wednesday night's Jack Blair game. The two also look back at last night's Mariners' loss.
Larry Weir catches up with former EWU athletic director Bill Chaves, who left for North Dakota about five months ago. Chaves shares memories of Eastern, talks of some of the challenges he faces at UND and touches on a few other sports topics as well.
SWX anchor Sam Adams joins Larry Weir to talk about the 62nd edition of the NAIA World Series, which starts Friday and runs through June 1 at Harris Field in Lewiston, Idaho. The 10-team, double-elimination tournament has been held in Lewiston since 2000.
Larry Weir breaks down Gonzaga's schedule in the coming years with the news Wednesday that GU had added a home-and-home series with Texas A&M starting in 2019-20; Spokesman-Review reporter Dave Nichols then joins Larry to talk about the injury-riddled Mariners.
Larry Weir offers a quick analysis of West Coast Conference basketball for the coming year, then takes a look at the tough-luck Mariners, who just placed Dee Gordon on the 10-day disabled list with a fractured toe.
Gonzaga legend and Hoopfest Executive Director Matt Santangelo is back for round two, this time joining Larry Weir and Spokesman-Review sports editor Ralph Walter to talk about everything GU basketball, from his time as a player to his time as a radio broadcaster.