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Hear From New Shock QB Brian Zbydniewski

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Brian Zbydniewski answers questions posed from the Spokane media after his first practice on Wednesday, May 21. Brian Zbydniewski answers questions posed from the Spokane media after his first practice on Wednesday, May 21.
The Spokane Shock have finally found the veteran quarterback they've been searching for since the reigning Arena Football League MVP Erik Meyer sustained an injury vs. the L.A. KISS going on three weeks ago. Meet long-time AFL QB Brian Zbydniewski in his first interview with the Spokane media since his return.

On Thursday, May 22, Zbydniewski will join SWX in studio for another edition of Shock Talk powered by VPI Home Solutions where we will go in depth with the new signal caller. Zbydniewski has spent time with the Spokane Shock before, in the af2 in 2006 and in 2010 when the Shock were crowned as the AFL champs. 

The Shock will host the San Jose SaberCats at the Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena live on SWX at 7:00 p.m. PDT.

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