What a week for Seattle sports. A jam-packed Peltoncast discusses what’s next for KeyArena renovation after the Seattle City Council passed the MOU, Husky hoops facing two elite foes, a new UW offensive coordinator, the possibility the Mariners sign Shohei Ohtani, a preview of an MLS Cup rematch for the Sounders at Toronto FC and finally whether the Seahawks might face Bortles or Hyde in Jacksonville.
Intro – Tristan shares his #peltoncasttop5 fantasy mistakes this season
9:00 – What approval of the KeyArena renovation MOU means for Sodo Arena hopes
17:30 – Airing a grievance on the exclusivity clause of the MOU
21:00 – UW roundup: Husky men’s hoops faces Kansas before returning home to host Gonzaga
37:30 – Might signing Ohtani be a franchise-changing move and how does the process work?
48:00 – Why this year’s MLS Cup might look very different than last year’s Sounders win
57:00 – Do the Jaguars have any defensive weaknesses? And which Bortles will the Seahawks face?
– Seahawks-Eagles recap plus early Fiesta Bowl thoughts
– King5: KeyArena renovation wins approval from Seattle City Council
– Sonics Arena Team Statement
– Seattle Times: Seattle City Council approves KeyArena renovation; Will NHL announcement soon follow?
– Ohtani field narrows: Who’s in? Who’s out?
– The Wheelhouse with Jerry DiPoto
– FiveThirtyEight Soccer Power Index
– American Soccer Analysis xG Analysis
– Weather Underground Toronto forecast
– TSN: Vanney unsure if Seattle’s ready for the intensity of MLS Cup
– Pro Football Focus: NFL’s Dynamic Duos
– Football Outsiders: Defense by Receiver Type