On the Double with The Double S Xpress
On the Double with The Double S Xpress sports talk show; Sports Broadcasting; Play-by-Play; Analysis; Commentary; Insight; Interviews; Public Address
Mission: To provide the best play-by-play & analysis of all sports in the broadcasting world.
Description: Shawn Walli & Sean Boyd; a dynamic duo on the microphone in the sports broadcasting world.
Information: The Double S Xpress was born in Tacoma, WA in 2005. Shawn Walli & Sean Boyd joined forces to call Tacoma Thunder IBL basketball games on 1180AM KLAY. Shawn & Sean freelance for the major sports networks like NBC Sports, ESPN, CBS Sports, & MLB Network to name a few.
Guest, Paul Moyer
Paul started his NFL career with the Seahawks in 1983. He played seven seasons with the Seahawks (1983-1989) as a Safety, leading the team in interceptions with six in 1988. He played in 98 games starting 30 and was voted special team’s captain in 1987. Moyer, has carved a unique niche in franchise history as the only person to serve as a player, coach and broadcaster. Paul made his debut in print as one of the co-authors of the book “Then Zorn Said to Largent: The Best Seattle Seahawks Stories Ever Told”. Paul is currently a game day analyst for the Seahawks Pre and Post game day radio. Paul attended Arizona State University, He was selected to play in the East West shrine his senior year and was voted the Defensive MVP. Paul is married to Heather, has two children, Daughter: Taylor a graduate of Boise State University and Son: Nick a linebacker at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo.
Director Regional Manager
Paul joined the firm in June of 2004 as a Vice President Regional Manager. Paul is currently Director Regional Manager covering the Northwest. Previously, Paul held a Regional Manager position with Van Kampen Investments from 2001-2004 and with Conseco Fund Group from 1999-2001. Paul was a player and a coach with the Seattle Seahawks from 1983-1994. Paul has been a color analyst with the Seahawk Radio/TV Broadcast for the past 18 years. He attended Arizona State University.