Seattle SportsCast Episode #2: The Super Bowl, Hong-Chih Kuo, Shawn Camp, & the NBA, NHL In Seattle

Welcome to the Seattle SportsCast. It's a podcast. That I made. On it, I'm joined by Josh Lundgren, a seasoned pop culture podcaster and trivia host, and Jacson Bevens, fellow writer of mine at Field Gulls and former Mariners' blogger over at MyNorthwest.com. They're way smarter than me, if you're wondering.

The Seattle SportsCast is a podcast dedicated to the Seahawks, Mariners, Huskies, some other sports, the Cougars? Maybe? The Blazers? Sometimes. The Sounders? A little? But mostly the Seahawks and Mariners, because those are the teams that we like the most.

In episode two, we get it going with a review of the Super Bowl, what we thought of it, the legacy implications, and what it means for a player to 'win it all' or 'lose the big one'.

Part two is dedicated to the Mariners and their recent pitcher signings - Hong-Chih Kuo and Shawn Camp. We also talk about the differences in management between Bill Bavasi and Jack Zduriencik and the outlook for the M's in 2012.

We end by talking the recent rumors involving the NBA and NHL in Seattle. Listen to it, please? I love you.

Here. Don't worry, it's free. (Find it at iTunes here.)

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