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SWX Tonight The Inferno Edition: Bill Chaves And Erik Meyer Take Over The SWX Studio

Eastern Washington University athletic director Bill Chaves and former EWU quarterback, 2005 Walter Payton Award winner and current Spokane Shock QB Erik Meyer took over the SWX Studio on Wednesday, Dec. 18. 

"We need the Inferno rocking on Saturday," Chaves said while talking about the Eagles Football Championship Subdivision Semifinal game vs. Towson on Dec. 21. 

Meyer speaks about the home field advantage of playing at Roos Field on the Red Turf and the Arena Football League's reigning MVP is looking forward to supporting his alma mater this weekend. 

All on the Eastern Washington University Inferno takeover edition of SWX Tonight. The full episode can be watched on the Watch SWX app on your smartphone and tablet. 
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