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  • Demetrious “Mighty Mouse” Johnson in-studio, talks preparation for ONE Championship debut in March

    Former UFC Flyweight Champion, Demetrious Johnson, joined Q13 Fox Sports Director Aaron Levine in-studio on Sunday night to discuss his upcoming competition – his debut in ONE Championship – on March 31 in Japan. Johnson was traded from the UFC to ONE Championship last year and is excited about the new opportunity to compete in Asia. Interview above.

  • Commentary: Kaepernick not a hypocrite for taking settlement but still should have let collusion hearing play out

    Over the weekend, the NFL reached a settlement with Colin Kaepernick and former teammate Eric Reid, ending their claims of collusion – specifically, claims that team owners had blackballed them because they had protested racial injustice by kneeling during the national anthem. It was scheduled to go to a full hearing soon. Bleacher Report’s Mike Freeman reported that NFL team officials are speculating that Kaepernick was paid in the range of $60-80 million. That number is not official, but we […]

  • Commentary: The Patriots are a dominant dynasty – but what if they played in a different division?

    We start tonight with an admission – and a hypothetical. First, the admission: The New England Patriots are the most impressive dynasty in the history of the league – not just in terms of Super Bowl appearances and wins – but in terms of sustainability. The Bill Belichick-Tom Brady era has spanned the better part of two decades. They’ve been in exactly half – 50% of the Super Bowls – over the last 18 years. It’s dominant. It’s legendary. It’s […]

  • He spent an entire year in an RV playing golf for charity – now he’s back

    Patrick Koenig quit his sales job and bought an RV. The next thing he knew, he was mapping out a year-long journey across the country, attempting to play golf in all 48 lower states, raising money for The First Tee of Greater Seattle. His initial goal was $10,000. Last week, he presented a $20,000 check to The First Tee. On Sunday night, Koenig joined Q13 Fox Sports Director Aaron Levine to recap his memorable journey that brought him to 405 […]

  • Commentary: Considering new mottos or slogans for the Mariners in 2019

    In a couple weeks, we’ll likely learn this year’s Mariners motto, unveiled on the first day of Spring Training. It’s different from the marketing slogans used at the end of their commercials – “True To The Blue” has been that slogan the last six years. So tonight, we’re soliciting ideas – for either one. Now, let’s first recap: Scott Servais has unveiled three mottos as manager – “Are You Ready?” “Whatever It Takes” and “Good,” which is how he wanted […]

  • Phil Mack talks upcoming Seawolves rugby season on “Q It Up Sports”

    Phil Mack of the defending Major League Rugby Champion Seattle Seawolves joined Q13 Fox Sports Director Aaron Levine in-studio on Sunday night to preview the upcoming season. The Seawolves begin their second season next Sunday night against Glendale at Starfire Sports Complex in Tukwila. They have eight home games in a 16-game season – double the amount of games in their inaugural year. Interview above.

  • Commentary: An Edgar Hall of Fame nod would represent Mariners biggest comeback win since “The Double” in 1995

    If I asked you what the biggest comeback win in Mariners history was, what would you say? Would you take me literally, and cite the 10-run deficit in San Diego a couple years ago? The game the M’s won, 16-13, after trailing 12-2 after five innings – representing the largest comeback win in franchise history. Or more likely, would it be the Mariners’ most iconic moment: the 11th inning comeback in Game 5 of the 1995 ALDS, thanks to “The […]

  • Seattle U coach Jim Hayford and Delante Jones promote upcoming home series on ‘Q It Up Sports’

    Seattle U men's basketball coach Jim Hayford and guard Delante Jones joined Q13 Fox Sports Director Aaron Levine on "Q It Up Sports" Sunday night to discuss their season, including the upcoming home series against New Mexico State and UTRGV starting Thursday night at the Redhawk Center.

  • Commentary: The Seahawks aced the pop quiz in Carolina, but failed final exams in Dallas

    This message is for anyone who aced a practice test but failed to pass the real thing – anyone who got a 1300 on the PSAT but then couldn’t break 1000 when it counted the most. That’s what the Seahawks did yesterday. And let me explain. In November, the Hawks had their practice test: The game in Carolina. And they passed that test with flying colors. When their dominant run game was clearly getting stuffed for the first time in […]

  • Commentary: It might be the right move, but it’s still empty Mariners rhetoric to me

    Tomorrow, the Mariners purge continues: A multi-player deal that sends Edwin Diaz and Robinson Cano to the Mets – the strongest representation of the franchise tearing everything down, and building from the ground up. It might be the right thing to do. But I have no reason to trust that it will actually work. Listen, I fully understand the argument: The M’s are in no-man’s land – good but not good enough to consistently compete with elite teams. Their aging […]

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