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  • NFL Draft analyst Rob Rang previews the Seahawks upcoming draft on “Q It Up Sports”

    Draft analyst Rob Rang of joined Q13 Sports Director Aaron Levine in-studio on Sunday night to discuss the Seahawks upcoming draft, which starts on Thursday night. The Seahawks currently have one first-round pick at No. 18 overall, along with a fourth-round pick, four fifth-round picks and two seventh-round picks.

  • Commentary: Since the Mariners aren’t doing what is best for the team, the burden now falls on Ichiro

    We start with one of the best Mariners of all time. A future Hall of Famer. No one respects Ichiro more than Mariners fans and the M’s organization. But it’s an admiration and respect that could be interfering with this franchise’s opportunity for success. Earlier today, the Mariners needed to make a roster move to make room for starting pitcher Erasmo Ramirez. It came down to having too many outfielders, and instead of releasing Ichiro, they sent Guillermo Heredia to […]

  • Commentary: On Jackie Robinson Day, it’s worth again addressing the elephant in the room

    Today was Jackie Robinson Day in Major League Baseball – commemorating and honoring the day he made his major league debut 71 years ago in 1947. And while I’m not an expert on race or race relations in sports, there’s no better time to have this conversation. According to U.S. News and World Report, the percentage of black players from the U.S. and Canada on Opening Day was just 8.4% – and that’s the highest it’s been since 2012. Compare […]

  • Silvertips defenseman and Everett-native Wyatte Wylie on “Q It Up Sports”

    Everett Silvertips defenseman Wyatte Wylie joined Q13 Sports Director Aaron Levine in-studio Sunday night to talk about the Tips clinching their first trip to the conference finals in 12 years. Wylie scored his first career playoff goal last Thursday night – a dramatic game winner – that helped the Silvertips keep the momentum in the series against Portland. He’s also a product of the Everett Youth Hockey Program. Interview above.

  • Seawolves Aladdin Schirmer and Dion Crowder talk Major League Rugby season opener on “Q It Up Sports”

    The Seattle Seawolves Rugby Football Club begin their inaugural season in Major League Rugby on Sunday, April 22, and two members of the team joined Q13 Sports Director Aaron Levine in-studio on Q It Up Sports Sunday night to discuss the upcoming season and the growing popularity of the sport of rugby.

  • Commentary: Happy for deserving Patrick Reed, but it doesn’t mean I was rooting for him

    I’m happy for Patrick Reed – winning The Masters is an incredible feat and he deserves it. But I’ll start tonight with a question: Were you rooting for him to win? Because I admit I wasn’t. Ultimately, that’s what makes this tournament so great, and it’s no disrespect to Reed. Winning any major is impossibly tough, and he had to do so with the best golfers in the world making a charge to earn his first Green Jacket. But coming […]

  • Everett Silvertips winger Matt Fonteyne talks playoffs, hockey tragedy on “Q It Up Sports”

    Everett Silvertips winger and co-captain Matt Fonteyne joined Q13 Sports Director Aaron Levine in-studio on “Q It Up Sports” on Sunday night. The Tips are tied 1-1 with the Portland Winterhawks in the second round of the WHL playoffs with the next two games in Portland on Tuesday and Thursday night. The Silvertips host Game 5 of the series in Everett this Friday. Fonteyne discussed his final season with the Tips and his different feelings about the playoffs now compared […]

  • Karen Bryant, CEO of Atavus Sports, on ‘Q It Up Sports’

    Atavus Sports CEO Karen Bryant joined Q13 Sports Director Aaron Levine on "Q It Up Sports" Sunday night to talk about a number of topics involving football tackling technique and the upcoming professional Rugby league season starting in Seattle this month.

  • Commentary: Everyday Joe playing in NHL game provides inspiration for us all

    We start with a story that would’ve made a perfect April Fools Day joke – except it actually happened: The 36-year-old accountant who played in an actual NHL game this week, and succeeded.

  • Sounders FC analyst James Riley in-studio on ‘Q It Up Sports’

    Former Sounders FC player and current analyst James Riley joined Q13 Sports Director Aaron Levine on "Q It Up Sports" Sunday night to talk about his return to Seattle and his outlook for the upcoming season following an 0-3 start in MLS play.