Coaches Show This Monday Features Basketball Because of Football Bye Week; Possibly on 920AM

Head coach Beau Baldwin will return the following Monday for his 5:30 video and commentary session

Because of Eastern Washington University's football bye week, this Monday’s (Nov. 1) Eagle Coaches Show at Northern Quest Casino and Resort will feature head men’s basketball coach Kirk Earlywine in lieu of the normal football show.

The show will take place at 6 p.m. live from Northern Quest in the former broadcast room adjacent to the Q Sports Bar and Restaurant.  Fans will be able to order food and beverages and listen to the show from that location, as well as watch Monday Night Football and other sporting events.

The show is normally aired on 700-AM ESPN “The Ticket” and via the internet at However, unless the San Francisco Giants sweep the Texas Rangers, this Monday’s show will air on 920-AM instead because of the radio broadcast of the World Series on 700-AM.

Football shows will resume on Nov. 8 and continue Mondays through the end of the season. Fans can come early at 5:30 p.m. and view weekly video and hear commentary from Eastern head football coach Beau Baldwin. The sessions, which include giveaways and other special guests, are hosted by football play-by announcer Larry Weir and analyst Paul Sorensen.

Basketball shows with Earlywine and basketball play-by-play announcer Dennis Patchin also take place Dec. 6 and Dec. 13 before taking a break for the holidays. They resume on Jan. 3 and continue through the end of the season.

Northern Quest is located at 100 N. Hayford Road in Airway Heights.  From downtown Spokane, take exit 277 off I-90 and follow Highway 2 for 4.4 miles, then turn right on Hayford Road and follow for 1.0 miles. From Cheney, take exit 272 off I-90 and follow WA-902 toward Medical Lake for just 0.3 miles. Take a right on Geiger Blvd., followed by a quick left on Hayford Road and follow for 4.4 miles.

Note: Because of construction on Hayford Road that should be concluded soon, there is a detour via McFarlane Road to Garfield Road (west of Hayford) to Highway 2. An alternate route from Cheney prior to the conclusion of construction is to take the Medical Lake-Four Lakes road (off Highway 904 in Four Lakes) to Craig Road, and then take a right on Highway 2, followed by a left on Hayford Road.


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