Dave Softy Mahler Show
Summary: Full Hours from the Dave Softy Mahler show, which airs every day from 3pm-6:30pm on 950 KJR in Seattle.
Softy is back on the air and talks about the fallout of Earl Thomas' comments to Jason Garrett in Dallas and the Seahawks' playoff outlook. Also, new Oregon State head coach Jonathan Smith joins Softy to discuss his time at UW and taking over the Beavers.
Mike Holmgren joins Softy at the Central Bar and Restaurant to discuss the Seahawks win over Dallas, Earl Thomas' comments to Jason Garrett about wanting to play with the Cowboys at some point, and how to handle scoreboard watching when your team needs another result elsewhere.
Sharon Thorsland and John Michaels - the sideline reporters for the Carolina Panthers and Atlanta Falcons - join Softy to breakdown a pivotal game for the Seahawks' playoff chances this Sunday. Also, Chris Fetters of Dawgman.com gives an update on the Huskies in the desert.
Terry Blount discusses his memories of Dick Enberg following the passing of the legendary broadcaster at the age of 82. Also, some chatter about the Cowboys-Seahawks game on Sunday and a discussion about your Mount Rushmore of sports broadcasters.
Newy Scruggs of NBC in Dallas joins Terry Blount to discuss the Cowboys ahead of their game with the Seahawks on Sunday. Dave Boling discusses his story on Jesse Williams and the Seahawks. Also, textimonials on your favorite broadcasters and more.
Chris Fetters of Dawgman.com joins Terry Blount to discuss Washington's recruiting class after the early signing frenzy. Also, the surprising start of the UW basketball team. Plus Pete Carroll addresses the media with injury updates ahead of Seattle's game in Dallas.
Terry Blount is filling in for Softy and discusses the state of the Seahawks after a blowout loss to the Rams and a tiff between Bobby Wagner and Earl Thomas. Mac Engel, columnist for the Fort Worth Star Telegram, breaks down the Cowboys, and Lee Sterling gives his picks for the weekend of NFL games.
Mike Holmgren joins Terry Blount to discuss the Seahawks being fined $100,000 for failed to follow concussion protocol with Russell Wilson. Also, the state of the team after the Rams loss, and what to do about the catch rule.
Terry Blount and Curtis Crabtree discuss the Husky basketball team, Washington's football recruiting class, and the positive trend of votes inching Edgar Martinez closer to Hall of Fame induction.
Softy discusses the Huskies signing class and brings Hugh Millen into the discussion to talk signees, Jacob Eason and the Seahawks.
Softy talks with Duane Brown in the Seahawks locker room about the state of the offensive line and the loss to the Rams. Petros Papadakis with his usual ridiculousness on the holidays, Kobe Bryant and more. Plus, textimonials on signing day and Pete Carroll.
Softy speaks with Yogi Roth of the Pac-12 Network regarding Washington football's signing class. Kevin Harlan of Westwood One takes a look at the NFL and a replay of Softy's interview with Isaiah Thomas.
Softy and Curtis talk at length about how the loss to the Rams will affect the Seahawks in the future and what they think should happen. Isaiah Thomas talks about his time at the University of Washington and having his number retired.
Softy sits down with Zoran Pajcic, John Barr, Mike Benton and Thom Beuning to talk about the possiblities of an NHL team in seattle and how it may benefit from the already existing WHL teams in the greater Seattle area.
Softy is joined by Brandon Huffman to talk about early signing day as well as Mike Florio to discuss the effects on the Seahawks loss to the Rams and the Jerry Richardson situation. Softy also has a discussion on getting ready for the Fiesta Bowl and Walter Jones joins Softy to talk Seahawks as well.