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RUNDOWN The start of the episode elicits memories of Maryland followed by an impressive Zack Greinke statistic before opening the listener mailbox. Next, Mitch gives a rousing endorsement of Seaside, Oregon before venting spleen about the struggling Mariners and their refusal to spend big bucks in free agency. Five guests on today's show are ten-year NBA veteran and local product Spencer Hawes, Bellevue youth golfer and U.S. Women's Open qualifier Angela Zhang, and Kraken No-Table crew RJ Eskanos, Darren Brown, and Dylan Travers. “Other Stuff” topics range from the surprise cover model on the Sports Illustrated swimsuit edition, early predictions on the NFL landing spot for Michael Penix Jr., and the son of an Ann Arbor legend getting fired for ill-advised "likes" on social media. GUESTS Spencer Hawes | NBA veteran, UW & Seattle Prep alum Angela Zhang | 8th Grade Bellevue-based golfer & U.S. Open qualifier RJ Eskanos | Emerald City Hockey Darren Brown | Sound of Hockey Dylan Travers | Emerald City Hockey TABLE OF CONTENTS 2:40 | A peculiar statistic about Zack Greinke makes one consider his chances of ending up in Cooperstown. 26:29 | With a pitching staff like the one in Seattle, it's a shame the M's front office pinched pennies with their lineup during the offseason. 39:30 | GUEST: Spencer Hawes returns to the show to reminisce some high school hoops stories, his recruitment, and pro career. 1:10:27 | GUEST: 14-year-old Bellevue golfer Angela Zhang joins the show to share her story of excelling at a young age as she prepares for the U.S. Women's Open. 1:35:28 | GUEST: The guys from Kraken No-Table RJ Eskanos, Darren Brown, and Dylan Travers gather round for an end-of-season summary featuring an exciting playoff run. 2:06:47 | The “Other Stuff” segment features stories including Martha Stewart's appears on the SI swimsuit magazine, the mock projection for Michael Penix Jr. in the 2024 NFL Draft, and a short-lived employment stint for Glenn “Shemy” Schembechler in Michigan.
RUNDOWN To begin the Mother's Day version of the show, Mitch addresses a listener email regarding the Patron shows and subscription content. Then, the guys chat about the Kraken's playoff run which features another game seven, the mediocre Mariners, and the breakdown of the Seahawks schedule. A four-pack of "Best-Of" guest segments are Paolo Banchero's mom Rhonda Smith-Banchero, Mary Reuland who is the mom of late NFL player Konrad Reuland, former Husky quarterback Cody Pickett, and Wyoming-based hero Ryan Pasborg. The “Other Stuff” segment features topics including the aftermath of Bob Huggins use of an insensitive slur on a radio show, a year-long case of hiccups Bo Jackson has been dealing with, and the latest with the Matt Araiza lawsuit. GUESTS Rhonda Smith-Banchero | UW basketball alum & Mom of Paolo Banchero Mary Reuland | Mother of late NFL player Konrad Reuland Cody Pickett | UW quarterback '99-'03 Ryan Pasborg | Wyoming resident TABLE OF CONTENTS 2:47 | Mitch recalls his decision for using a Patron account for bonus shows at the beginning of the podcast. 24:58 | The Kraken prepare for game 7 against the Stars, will they get it done? 31:14 | Despite everyone's claims that Matt Brash that has "great stuff", his ERA continues to rise while M's leads continue to shrink. 34:46 | The Seahawks schedule release receives a lot more hullaballoo than it deserves. 46:54 | GUEST: Rhonda Smith-Banchero chats about raising her son Paolo who was named NBA Rookie of the Year in 2023. 1:16:55 | GUEST: Mary Reuland shares the story of her son Konrad who passed away in 2016 at age 29 and whose heart was transplanted into childhood sports hero Rod Carew. 1:40:31 | GUEST: Former Husky quarterback Cody Pickett jumped aboard to discuss his heart health scare that could have taken his life. 2:03:14 | GUEST: Wyoming native Ryan Pasborg joined the show to share his heroic story earlier this month. 2:19:35 | “Other Stuff” topics include Bob Huggins using inappropriate language and the fallout that ensued, Bo Jackson's upcoming medical intervention to remove a long-lasting case of hiccups, and more details about Matt Araiza's ongoing legal battle.
RUNDOWN At the top of the show, the guys serenade the listeners with some hits from the late Gordon Lightfoot before discussing an unusual news story from a Nashville hotel. Next, Mitch and Hotshot chat about the emergence of Bryce Miller and the state of the "left-fielder" as the M's start to heat up. A trio of guests including Illinois defensive coordinator Aaron Henry, former Auburn defensive coordinator Jeff Schmedding, and longtime NFL scout Jim Nagy. In the “Other Stuff” segment, the guys discuss Budda Baker's tweet about the video of a football dad copping a feel of his son's girlfriend, Jordyn Brooks contract news, and Tom Brady's response to unretirement rumors. GUESTS Aaron Henry | University of Illinois defensive coordinator Jeff Schmedding | Washington State University defensive coordinator Jim Nagy | NFL Scout TABLE OF CONTENTS 1:13 | The fellas sing some of Gordon Lightfoot's hits in the wake of his recent passing. 20:27 | Are the M's starting to establish some momentum after a pair of series victories in the past week? 35:16 | GUEST: Illinois defensive coordinator Aaron Henry joins the show to provide a complete scouting report of Devon Witherspoon and shares his personal inspirational story. 1:05:15 | GUEST: Defensive coordinator at Washington State Jeff Schmedding hops aboard to provide a coach's perspective of Derrick Hall as his coach in Auburn. 1:22:35 | GUEST: Longtime NFL scout Jim Nagy shares his main takeaways from the 2023 NFL Draft including the Seahawks picks. 1:38:31 | The “Other Stuff” segment features of game of "Why did Budda Baker call out the 13th pick's father on Twitter?", the latest with Jordyn Brooks his future with the Seahawks, and a verdict to the rumblings that Tom Brady may play next season.
RUNDOWN Today's show begins with Mitch remarking on Hotshot's headwear which devolves into a series of references to other notable bandana-wearers before addressing two similar listener emails about Mitch's preference of hockey over soccer. Then, the guys share their reaction to the Seahawks draft picks and how it relates to the state of the rest of the roster. Three draft-centric guest segments beginning with the Seahawks No-Table with Brady and Joe followed by a conversation with Danny O'Neil then Peter King. The “Other Stuff” segment stories include the firing of an ESPN reporter for cursing, Aaron Rodgers and Lamar Jackson getting contract disputes resolved, and Paris Hilton revealing the backstory behind her notorious sex tape. GUESTS Brady Henderson | ESPN's NFL Nation Seahawks Joe Fann | Seattle Sports 710AM columnist Danny O'Neil | The Dang Apostrophe Peter King | NBC Sports NFL columnist TABLE OF CONTENTS 7:38 | Has Mitch given soccer the same chance as he has for his emerging interest in hockey? 20:11 | Are you pleased with the Seahawks 2023 draft class? 46:43 | GUEST: Brady Henderson and Joe Fann are back for a post-draft edition of the Seahawks No-Table to break down all the selections. 1:14:19 | GUEST: Danny is upgraded to the big show to share his opinions on Pete and John's picks in the draft. 1:42:46 | GUEST: Peter King is back to provide a national perspective on the draft process as a whole and this year's edition. 2:06:15 | The show wraps up with “Other Stuff” topics including an MLB reporter fired for lewd language, two NFL quarterback dramas ending, and Paris Hilton's confession about her infamous sex tape.
RUNDOWN At the top of the show, the guys talk about reputation Vancouver B.C. has garnered over the years as a beautiful city unanimously before reading listener emails and talking about the excitement this week about Kraken hockey. Next, Scott consults Mitch on whether or not he should accept some free golf clubs before sharing their final thoughts about the Seahawks draft before the action begins later in the week. A trio of featured guests are pro football executive Randy Mueller, On Montlake writer Christian Caple and Fred Segal of Freezing Cold Takes. “Other Stuff” segment topics range from Kelenic's continued success in 2023, the A's possibly moving to Vegas, and upgrades coming to McDonalds. GUESTS Randy Mueller | 2000 NFL Executive of the Year Christian Caple | On Montlake Fred Segal | Author Freezing Cold Takes: NFL: Football Media's Most Inaccurate Predictions―and the Fascinating Stories Behind Them TABLE OF CONTENTS 0:47 | How did Vancouver B.C. establish the universally loved status from visitors? 4:16 | The guys open the listener mailbag to hear the pulse of the critics of the show. 24:06 | Should Hotshot take up a recent offer for a free set of golf clubs? 29:29 | Is it possible the Seahawks could end up with too many draft picks if they end up trading down? 47:13 | GUEST: Randy Mueller takes us behind the curtain with some NFL Draft 101 from a front office executive's standpoint. 1:12:58 | GUEST: Christian Caple is back to chat about his new independent media outlet On Montlake before sharing some takeaways from the Spring Game. 1:35:12 | GUEST: Fred Segal joins the show to talk about his book Freezing Cold Takes: NFL: Football Media's Most Inaccurate Predictions―and the Fascinating Stories Behind Them exposing some of the worst predictions by media heads. 1:51:18 | The show concludes with “Other Stuff” topics such as "the left fielder's" stats, details about a potential MLB stadium in Las Vegas, and the new-and-improved McDonalds menu.
RUNDOWN To kick things off, Mitch and Scott talk about Dave Sims insistence to announce no-hitters in broadcasts before sharing the tragic news about the passing of Seattle hockey staple and friend of Mitch Unfiltered Andy Eide. Then, the guys chat about the strong three-game series against the Rockies concluding with a Castillo gem followed by MLB's workaround to decreased beer sales and the results of a hygiene survey that grosses Mitch out. Three guests segments with college baseball player Brady Ware, longtime friend of the show Matt "Stretch" Johnson, and renowned author Michael Bamberger. The “Other Stuff” segment includes stories such as the latest with Shawn Kemp's gun-related charge, a peculiar stat from a minor league baseball game, and an Oregon man tossing out thousands of dollars into a busy road as part of a stunt. GUESTS Brady Ware | University of Indianapolis baseball player Matt "Stretch" Johnson | Former Sounders broadcaster Michael Bamberger | Author The Ball in the Air TABLE OF CONTENTS 4:07 | Should baseball broadcasters keep their mouths shut when a pitcher is in the middle of a no-hitter. 9:12 | Condolences to friends and family of Andy Eide as his passing leaves a permanent legacy for hockey in the Northwest. 30:25 | The M's capped off a sweep of the Rockies over the weekend with a near no-hitter by Luis Castillo. 36:30 | The new MLB rules speeding up pace of play are making a dent in beer sales, so the vendors are solving the problem by extending sales later in games. 40:42 | Mitch reviews a survey about personal hygiene and the unsavory behaviors people exhibit in the bathroom. 51:09 | GUEST: College baseball player at UIndy Brady Ware chats about his recent feat of pitching a no-hitter and hitting for the cycle in the same game. 1:09:52 | GUEST: Longtime friend of the show Matt "Stretch" Johnson is back for storytime from the radio show days and also the latest on his modern golf addiction. 1:35:21 | GUEST: Author Michael Bamberger shares the inspiration behind his new book The Ball in the Air which captures the love of the game by amateurs. 1:59:50 | Today's “Other Stuff” topics range from the latest with Shawn Kemp's shooting incident, a baseball team that won despite recording zero hits, and a guest request for an Oregon man.
RUNDOWN At the top of the show the guys read listener emails before regaling the Fred Couples prank story with Fish. Next, Mitch and Scott chat about Hotshot's overly burdensome trip to Paine Field, the M's falling barely short of a sweep, and the excitement level heading into the NHL postseason with the Kraken locked in. A four-pack of featured guests including Seahawks insider Brady Henderson, former pro golfer Rick Fehr, and RJ Eskanos & Darren Brown for the Kraken No-Table. Today's “Other Stuff” topics range from the Mavericks under investigation for draft position shenanigans, Puff Daddy's financial mistake from many years ago, and recent athlete arrests. GUESTS Brady Henderson | ESPN's NFL Nation Seahawks reporter Rick Fehr | Former PGA golfer RJ Eskanos | Emerald City Hockey Darren Brown | Sound of Hockey TABLE OF CONTENTS 9:18 | Mitch reads letters from listeners whom are mixed on their love of golf chatter on the podcast. 12:11 | In light of The Masters tournament, the guys recall the infamous Fred Couples interview prank. 17:20 | The Rays are red freaking hot to start the season! 26:36 | Scott got roped into entering the Paine Field Airport lobby after dropping her off for a flight. 37:07 | The Mariners stole defeat from the arms of victory for a series sweep against the Guardians. 43:40 | Will the guys follow the Kraken along their postseason journey? 48:54 | GUEST: Brady Henderson returns with the draft looming to discuss position groups with greatest need following the offseason free agency moves. 1:10:40 | GUEST: Rick Fehr is back to share his Masters experience as a player and reaction to John Rahm's victory. 1:30:38 | GUEST: RJ Eskanos and Darren Brown joined Mitch on Thursday in the wake of earning their first trip to the NHL postseason. 1:53:52 | The “Other Stuff” segment features stories such as the Mavs under scrutiny for benching stars for potential draft implications, Diddy's cumulative royalty mistake to Sting, and criminal activity for notable sports figures.
RUNDOWN Today's episode begins with Hotshot explaining his Starbucks run on the way to the Levy house because he forgot his own and how much money he spends there unlike Mitch. They also chat about the comedy shows they attended on Saturday night and open the listener mailbag in the tease. Then, the guys discuss heckling at comedy shows, the changing landscape of college hoops, and the M's opening series in segment one. A half-dozen guests on the episode beginning with the return of Danny Kelly from The Ringer, a Seahawks free-agent Daily Schnoz with Jeff Legwold, John Fennelly, Curt Popejoy, and Nick Baumgardner, and wrapping up with CPA David Peters. Topics in the “Other Stuff” segment include the latest on Seahawks vets on defense, an appearance by Mr. Playoffs for The Kraken, and the women's NCAA championship game. GUESTS Jeff Legwold | ESPN Senior Writer - Denver Broncos John Fennelly | Giants Wire Curt Popejoy | USA Today Nick Baumgardner | The Athletic Danny Kelly | The Ringer David Peters | David Peters Financial Group TABLE OF CONTENTS 0:00 | How much money has Scott spent versus Mitch saved at Starbucks over the years? 28:50 | Why do people feel inclined to heckle comedians at shows and interrupt everything? 32:57 | The azaleas are in full bloom at Augusta with The Masters week upon us. 36:37 | College basketball may be entering a new era with the transfer portal jeopardizing dominance by the blue bloods. 45:09 | Mitch opened a can of worms by with M's fans by Tweeting his long-running gag about returning above .500. 1:01:21 | GUESTS: Jeff Legwold, John Fennelly, Curt Popejoy, and Nick Baumgardner drop in for a Seahawks Free Agency Daily Schnoz segment. 1:29:40 | GUEST: Back by popular demand, Danny Kelly joins the show to project how the Seahawks will approach the draft with their copious picks. 1:54:24 | GUEST: With the tax deadline approaching, CPA David Peters checks in to provide tips to those of us stressed and procrastinating. 2:13:35 | Today's “Other Stuff” topics range from Seahawks roster rumors to a Kraken postseason update to LSU's upset of Iowa for a national title.
RUNDOWN At the top of the show, the guys chat about the madness of this year's tournament and if they enjoy the chaos. Next, Mitch and Hotshot discuss another deep run by Gonzaga still in pursuit of a championship and the excitement of opening day for M's fans on Thursday night. Five featured guests on the show starting with Jason Churchill and Joe Doyle for the Mariners No-Table followed by RJ Eskanos and Darren Brown for the Kraken No-Table and Brooklyn Hicks named Mr. Basketball in Washington. As always, the episode concludes with “Other Stuff” topics ranging from the secrets of McDonalds Coca-Cola, 50 Cent's latest lawsuit about his manhood, and the ongoing drama between Jane Fonda and JLo. GUESTS Jason Churchill | Prospect Insider Joe Doyle | Director, MLB Draft – ProspectsLive RJ Eskanos | Emerald City Hockey Darren Brown | Sound of Hockey Brooklyn Hicks | Mr. Basketball 2023 (Timberline HS) | UNLV commit TABLE OF CONTENTS 6:36 | Is the mixed bag representing the Final Four this year a fun story or better off when blue bloods are vying for the championship? 22:51 | How much credit does Mark Few deserve for bringing the Zags to another deep run in the tourney? 29:57 | Does the buzz for 2023 Mariners baseball rival the hype in 1996 and 2002 after two of the franchise's best seasons? 40:02 | GUEST: Jason and Joe are back for the last Mariners No-Table before Luis Castillo steps on the mound for opening day 2023. 1:12:25 | GUEST: The inaugural Kraken No-Table with RJ Eskanos and Darren Brown covers the roller-coaster ride this season as the team presses towards its first playoff appearance. 1:33:05 | GUEST: Mr. Basketball for the state of Washington Brooklyn Hicks shares the story of his high school career at Timberline High School and decision to play college hoops at UNLV. 1:50:27 | The “Other Stuff” segment features discussion about Coke at McDonalds, a legal battle involving rapper 50 Cent and his junk, and continued resentment between Jane Fonda and Jennifer Lopez.
RUNDOWN After two weeks apart, Mitch and Hotshot briefly catch up on their whereabouts before reading a few listener emails and playing Stump the Band. Then, the guys chat about Jim Boeheim's departure from Syracuse basketball which led to a radio host getting canned and how John Schneider is gradually cobbling together a roster. Three featured guests are Pete Maravich's son Jaeson Maravich, MLB analyst Steve Phillips, and former radio colleague Tracy Taylor-Turner. The show wraps up with the “Other Stuff” segment with topics such as the ongoing World Baseball Classic, Stormy Daniels getting married, and the passing of several notable figures. GUESTS Jaeson Maravich | Pete Maravich's son Steve Phillips | Former Mets GM and current MLB analyst Tracy Taylor-Turner | Former KJR & KIRO traffic reporter TABLE OF CONTENTS 4:56 | The guys play Stump the Band and the topic is "wasted money and productivity in the workplace". 18:21 | Why would a Syracuse radio host be getting booted from the station seemingly out of the blue? 30:54 | The way John Schneider is putting his roster together reminds Mitch of an old Saturday Night Live skit. 42:09 | GUEST: Jaeson Maravich joins the show to talk about his father "Pistol" Pete and his NCAA scoring record still intact after nearly being broken in controversial fashion. 1:04:19 | GUEST: Baseball guru Steve Phillips is back for MLB chatter to discuss the playoff format, a Teoscar Hernandez scouting profile, and the ups and downs of a pitching staff during the season. 1:29:54 | GUEST: Tracy Taylor-Turner returns to catch up with Mitch on old stories at the radio station and the latest in her life. 1:49:12 | Today's “Other Stuff” topics include the ongoing WBC featuring a season-ending Edwin Diaz injury, the latest Stormy Daniels news, and several RIP tributes.
RUNDOWN To kick off the show, Dave Grosby and Mitch express their excitement for the upcoming two months of sports before a trip down memory lane from Groz's early broadcasting days and memorable KJR moments. Next, the fellas discuss the Geno Smith contract, Jarred Kelenic's Spring Training success, and NCAA tournament favorites. A trio of guests are ESPN Seahawks insider Brady Henderson, MLB Senior writer with The Athletic Jayson Stark, and Nashville resident Kevin Maginnis. As always, the episode concludes with the “Other Stuff” segment which covers college hoops memories with Dad, uncertainty for a handful of noteworthy QBs, and the Shawn Kemp's story involving gunfire. GUESTS Brady Henderson | ESPN's NFL Nation Seahawks reporter Jayson Stark | Senior Writer, MLB – The Athletic Kevin Maginnis | Nashville-based business coach TABLE OF CONTENTS 5:21 | We are entering perhaps the best six weeks on the annual sports calendar. 8:38 | The Groz recollects how he got his start calling college hoops games as a teenager. 13:30 | Superbowls always seemed to bring some memorable stories for the KJR personalities. 27:00 | How will the Geno Smith contract affect the Seahawks draft strategy? 34:50 | Will Jarred Kelenic carry his success in Peoria to the regular season? 40:25 | Mitch makes his official pick to cut down the nets at the conclusion of March Madness. 49:29 | GUEST: Brady Henderson jumps aboard to provide a Seahawks update with the Geno Smith contact complete and movement at the top of the draft board. 1:16:48 | GUEST: Jayson Stark returns to provide his opinion on the new MLB rules and the prospects of Julio Rodriguez becoming the face of Major League Baseball. 1:37:30 | GUEST: Nashville native Kevin Maginnis joins the show to share the details about his unorthodox diet of exclusively eating McDonalds for 100 days. 2:03:24 | The “Other Stuff” segment features stories such as Mitch's and Dave's NCAA tournament memories with their fathers, question marks for several notable NFL quarterbacks, and the alleged Shawn Kemp shooting incident.
RUNDOWN At the start of the show, Scott explains a run-in with a listener of the show over the weekend watching youth sports before Mitch discusses the sports story that has captured his attention. Then, the guys chat about Mitch's visit to the T-Dome to watch state championship hoops, the increasingly curious Hawks QB dance, and Jalen Carter's draft prospects. A four-pack of featured guests are M's insiders Jason Churchill and Joe Doyle, Washougal resident Joe Scukanec, and Evan Drellich of The Athletic. The show wraps up with “Other Stuff” topics such as Ja Morant's disciplinary issues, possible new NFL rules, and a handful of notable RIP mentions. GUESTS Jason Churchill | Prospect Insider Joe Doyle | Director, MLB Draft - ProspectsLive John Scukanec | Former WSU lineman & Washougal resident Evan Drellich | Author "Winning Fixes Everything: How Baseball's Brightest Minds Created Sports' Biggest Mess" TABLE OF CONTENTS 3:55 | The college basketball gods are bending over backwards to make sure Antoine Davis breaks Pete Maravich's NCAA scoring record. 27:41 | Mitch took a trip to the Tacoma Dome on Saturday to watch the high school hoops state finals. 29:42 | John Schneider and Geno Smith are silently playing a game of cat and mouse as the Seahawks quarterback position still hangs in the balance. 43:37 | How much will Jalen Carter's off-the-field issues impact his draft status? 49:06 | GUEST: Jason Churchill and Joe Doyle gather for the first M's No-Table of the season to cover the offseason changes and the first blush impressions in Spring Training! 1:19:55 | GUEST: Washougal resident John Scukanec shares his story of playing catch every day for a full year. 1:47:17 | GUEST: Evan Drellich is back to provide a brief overview of his latest book "Winning Fixes Everything: How Baseball's Brightest Minds Created Sports' Biggest Mess". 2:15:20 | “Other Stuff” topics on today's show range from Ja Morant's off-the-court troubles, new NFL rule proposals, and noteworthy RIP tributes.
RUNDOWN After a week apart, Hotshot and Mitch reunite and begin the episode with listener emails with a more optimistic spin thanks to the urging of Larry. Next, the fellas discuss the latest twist in the Russell Wilson saga and how there are rumors he tried to get Peter Carroll and John Schneider fired. A trio of guests are incoming Eastern Washington linebacker Brandon Thomas, PGA Tour golfer Joel Dahmen, and The Salt Lake Tribune beat writer Eric Walden. The episode concludes with the “Other Stuff” segment with topics ranging from the free agency of Bobby Wagner, to Jarred Kelenic's eye-turning performance on Sunday, to a new Lady Gaga lawsuit from a previous crime, to Quin Snyder back to head coaching with the Hawks! GUESTS Brandon Thomas | Eastern Washington football recruit Eric Walden | The Salt Lake Tribune Jazz beat writer Joel Dahmen | PGA golfer TABLE OF CONTENTS 3:30 | How was the Soden family trip to Arizona? 4:35 | Mitch shakes things up per Larry's request and reads some positive listener emails. 20:28 | Youth softball games get heated down in California and Hotshot couldn't resist getting involved. 25:20 | What do you make of Russell Wilson's alleged attempt to oust Carroll and Schneider? 38:56 | GUEST: Eastern Washington football commit Brandon Thomas shares his story of overcoming cancer in high school resulting in the amputation of a leg. 1:05:53 | GUEST: Joel Dahmen returns to the show as a star of the new Netflix show Full Swing and a father! 1:33:14 | GUEST: Jazz beat writer for The Salt Lake Tribune Eric Walden describes Karl Malone's controversial past and the tense press conference at All Star weekend. 1:57:34 | The “Other Stuff” segment topics include Kelenic's dingers, pleas for Bobby Wagner to return to Seattle, reaction to Rihanna's halftime show, new developments with the Lady Gaga dogwalking shooting, and Quin Snyder's new NBA gig.
RUNDOWN With Slick filling in for Hotshot, the episode kicks off with some Stump the Band, Tiger talk, and reaction to the email featured in Episode 226. Then, the guys chat about the dubious DK Metcalf jump video, the lesser-known backstory of Karl Malone, and Tiger's chances to win another major. Three featured guests are owner of Big Charlie's Saloon in Philadelphia Paul Staico, CharityWatch executive director Laurie Styron, and pro football executive Randy Mueller. Topics in the “Other Stuff” segment range from Mitch's new favorite basketball player to Calvin Ridley's suspension by the NFL to the public announcement of a multi-billion lottery winner! GUESTS Paul Staico | Big Charlie's Saloon owner Laurie Styron | CharityWatch Executive Director Randy Mueller | 2000 NFL Executive of the Year TABLE OF CONTENTS 1:22 | Like the old radio days, Slick and Mitch play some Stump the Band. 22:30 | Do you believe the viral DK Metcalf jump video after seeing him dunk in the celebrity NBA game? 25:41 | The NBA made a major mistake by featuring Karl Malone front and center during all-star weekend. 35:31 | Is there a chance Tiger Woods can win another major before calling it a career? 49:18 | GUEST: Paul Staico jumps aboard to share the history of his family-owned Chiefs bar in Philly in the wake of the Super Bowl with the local Eagles. 1:05:54 | GUEST: CharityWatch Executive Director Laurie Stryon joins the show to weigh in on common pitfalls for charitable organizations such as Russell Wilson's foundation currently under investigation. 1:31:44 | GUEST: For the final time this season, Randy Mueller joins the show to wrap up the NFL season and provide an opinion on the Seahawks' realistic options for quarterback moving forward. 1:57:47 | The guys chat about Iowa sharpshooter Caitlin Clark, the one-year suspension to Calvin Ridley for gambling, and a Powerball winner story during today's “Other Shit” segment.
RUNDOWN To kick off the show, the guys attempt to answer Roger's email about Mitch's personality. Then, Scott and Mitch provide an end-to-end recap of the Super Bowl including the commercials, key plays, and halftime show. A trio of guest segments include UW receiver Rome Odunze, PAC12 hoops analyst & NBA veteran Eldridge Recasner, and longtime SI.com golf writer John Hawkins. The “Other Stuff” segment features topics such as the NBA greatest of all time argument, Russell Wilson's charity under the microscope for financial wrongdoings, and lawsuits involving Pat McAfee and Michael Irvin! GUESTS Rome Odunze | UW wide receiver Eldridge Recasner | PAC12 Network basketball analyst John Hawkins | SI.com golf writer TABLE OF CONTENTS 4:22 | Hotshot plays amateur psychologist as he tries to break down the email sent to Mitch by a listener of the show. 21:56 | Scott finally found a haircut spot that gets him in and out with no small talk and a good price! 24:57 | The guys share their observations and lingering questions from the Super Bowl from soup to nuts including the ads, Mahomes magic ankle, and critical holding call. 48:54 | GUEST: Rome Odunze joins the show to chat about his choice to stay at UW another season after considering opting for the NFL Draft! 1:14:25 | GUEST: Eldridge Recasner is back to provide his opinion on the argument between MJ and LeBron James as the greatest basketball player of all time. 1:31:59 | GUEST: John Hawkins returns to provide a golf update as the Phoenix Open is in the books and all eyes are on Tiger, LIV golf, and young stars. 1:50:28 | “Other Stuff” topics range from the reignited debate between Michael & LeBron, allegations about Russell Wilson's foundation, and a pair of legal battles facing Pat McAfee and Michael Irvin.
RUNDOWN At the top of the show, Mitch remarks on Hotshot's hair before sharing his comical encounters at Zeek's and a few thoughts on long-lost Brandon Roy. Next, the guys chat about the Super Bowl matchup, Geno Smith's free agent value, and Mitch's "must-have" draft pick for the Hawks. Three featured guests are Monday Morning Quarterback Peter King, former head of NFL officiating Dean Blandino, and The Ringer senior writer Danny Kelly. Topics in the “Other Stuff” segment include the Mavericks dominant backcourt, LeBron surpassing Kareem for the points record, and proper sports fan booing etiquette! GUESTS Peter King | NBC Sports NFL columnist Dean Blandino | FOX Sports rules analyst Danny Kelly | The Ringer writer TABLE OF CONTENTS 0:00 | Hotshot is in serious need of a haircut according to Mitch. 2:22 | The guys play Stump the Band with the topic de jour of NFL quarterback stats. 5:17 | Mitch opens the mailbag to see what you the listener think about the show. 8:11 | While at Zeek's, Mitch received compliments that simply could not be without some subtle jabs. 24:28 | What is Brandon Roy up to these days and what memories stand out? 28:10 | Who ya got in the Super Bowl? 35:58 | The verdict is in from Pro Football Focus about free agent contract projections and take a wild guess who is on the list? 54:15 | GUEST: Peter King jumps aboard to reflect on the Seahawks dramatic Super Bowl loss and looks ahead to the big game this week! 1:15:14 | GUEST: Returning guest Dean Blandino provides his expert opinion on the scrutiny of NFL officiating and potential solutions. 1:39:14 | GUEST: Danny Kelly is back to assess potential top targets for the Seahawks in the upcoming draft. 1:59:23 | The “Other Stuff” features stories ranging from Kyrie headed to Dallas, to LeBron James surpassing Kareem Abdul-Jabbar for the all-time scoring record, to determining when booing players is warranted.
RUNDOWN Hotshot and Mitch reconnect after a few weeks apart and begin the show with details on how people can support the Cox family in Tumwater in the wake of a tragic house fire! Then, the guys catch up on the red-hot Kraken, high expectations for the Mariners from national outlets, and some options on how Schneider can utilize the Hawks top picks. A trio of guest segments are Seattle sports radio legend Dave Grosby, NFL writer Jason La Canfora, & Kraken reporter Andy Eide. Today's “Other Stuff” topics range from Robert Horry's ejection from a high school game, Mitch's late night ice cream craving, and the bizarre Pamela Anderson stories surfacing! GUESTS Dave Grosby | Former Seattle sports radio host Jason La Canfora | CBS Sports & 105.7 The Fan – Baltimore Andy Eide | NHL.com Kraken writer TABLE OF CONTENTS 0:59 | Mitch takes a few moments to mourn the devastating house fire in Tumwater, Washington and how listeners can help the surviving family members. 13:32 | Kraken fever has struck Mitch as he attended Saturday night's game to see the Pacific Division leaders in person. 16:24 | Do the Mariners truly have the third best lineup in the American League heading into the 2023 season? 23:16 | What position will be used for the top pick in the Seahawks smorgasbord of draft picks? 35:59 | GUEST: Dave Grosby is back to share his perspective on the state of Seattle's sports teams. 1:03:53 | GUEST: Jason La Canfora jumps aboard in the aftermath of conference championship Sunday to share his takeaways and also preview the Super Bowl matchup. 1:25:51 | GUEST: Andy Eide returns to give the casual Seattle hockey fan a Kraken overview move into the second half of the season atop the Pacific Division. 1:51:35 | Today's “Other Stuff” topics include Robert Horry getting kicked out of his son's hoops game, the greatness of soft serve ice cream, and Pamela Anderson revelations in the news!
RUNDOWN Danny O'Neil rides shotgun with Mitch in today's episode and the guys begin with trying to wrap their arms around delayed snaps by the Dolphins! In segment one, they chat about the Seahawks playoff loss and the gaps to fill heading into next season as they try to catch up to San Fran. Four guests on the episode are daughter of the "BTK Killer" Kerri Rawson, CBS Sports college football analyst Rick Neuheisel, and Seahawks insiders Brady Henderson and Joe Fann. As always, the show wraps up with “Other Stuff” topics such as the legacy of Felix Hernandez, the hype around In-N-Out Burger, and Howard Schultz making employees return to the office. Danny puts a cherry on top by reading a note by Mitch for an application to a new residence in New York! GUESTS Kerri Rawson | Daughter of BTK Killer Rick Neuheisel | CBS Sports college football analyst Brady Henderson | ESPN's NFL Nation Seahawks reporter Joe Fann | WynnBet TABLE OF CONTENTS 3:28 | Why is it so hard for some teams like the Seahawks and Dolphins to hike the freakin' ball on time? 19:28 | Was the first half against the Niners the real deal or fool's gold? 25:01 | Would you trade the 5th and 37th pick for the 3rd overall selection? 36:12 | John Schneider and Pete have a full game worth of tape to assess Geno Smith on a big-time stage. 33:04 | How has San Francisco built what is starting to become a juggernaut in the west? 40:33 | GUEST: Kerri Rawson shares her story of being raised by a serial killer father and the ties to the Pullman murders in 2022. 1:03:42 | GUEST: Rick Neuheisel is back with the college football season in the rearview mirror to weigh in on CFP expansion, UW's 2023 prospects, and top draft picks. 1:38:11 | GUESTS: Brady Henderson & Joe Fann join Mitch after the dust settled on Saturday's wildcard loss for the Seahawks with a look ahead to addressing needs in the offseason. 2:08:59 | In the “Other Stuff” segment, topics range from recalling Felix's departure from Seattle, Danny's shared love of In-N-Out Burger with British royals, and Starbucks employees butting heads with Howard Schultz, and a must-listen reading by Danny!
RUNDOWN Before getting to any business, Mitch issues a cease and desist about listeners sending their Uber rider scores before reading an email from an angry Patron! Then, Mitch and Scott recap the final week of the regular season which resulted in a mediocre Seahawks team moving on to the postseason before discussing the Damar Hamlin incident last week. A four-pack of featured guests are cardiologist Dr. John Osborne, Seahawks insiders Brady Henderson and Joe Fann, and Hillsboro resident Bruce Campbell. Topics in the “Other Stuff” segment include Dick Vitale accidentally tweeting about an old game, college football players writing expletives on his fingers, and Jeremy Renner fighting for his life after getting run over by a snow plow. GUESTS Dr. John Osborne | Cardiologist Brady Henderson | ESPN's NFL Nation Seahawks reporter Joe Fann | WynnBet Bruce Campbell | Oregon resident TABLE OF CONTENTS 0:00 | Mitch gets it...he is the worst rider in the history of Uber...please stop sending your scores! 7:12 | Mitch reveals the final results for Beat the Boys presented by Fireside Home Solutions. 19:03 | How in the world did this Seahawks team make the playoffs and how did the 2023 draft status shake out? 36:12 | Did it make you feel uneasy watching football over the weekend after the Damar Hamlin situation last Monday? 48:00 | GUEST: Dr. John Osborne is back to provide his expert opinion on the heart conditions of Damar Hamlin, Grant Wahl, and Mike Leach and shares helpful tips for adults. 1:15:38 | GUESTS: Brady & Joe are back for the final Seahawks No-Table of the regular season as Seattle finds itself playing on wildcard weekend. 1:45:24 | GUEST: Bruce Campbell of Hillsboro, Oregon describes how he ended up living in a Boeing 727 in the middle of the forest. 2:08:36 | “Other Stuff” topics on today's show include Dick Vitale making a Twitter mistake, Heisman trophy winner Caleb Williams writing expletives on his fingernails, and Jeremy Renner's snow plow incident.
RUNDOWN On the heels of his extended stay in Los Angeles, the first show of 2023 begins with Mitch's second round of COVID and his Uber passenger rating that has him good and pissed! Then, the guys chat about the refreshing victory over the Jets, building anticipation for the 2023 Husky football season, and Sark's viral video shouting at a game official. Featured guests on today's show are Rick Neuheisel, Brady and Joe for the Seahawks No-Table, and New York attorney and longtime Santa Claus Dana Friedman. “Other Stuff” topics range from Luca Doncic's dominance, an update on a Burger King employee's windfall, and Christiano Ronaldo's megadeal with a Saudi soccer team. GUESTS Rick Neuheisel | CBS Sports college football analyst Brady Henderson | ESPN's NFL Nation Seahawks reporter Joe Fann | WynnBet Dana Friedman | "The Hardest Working Santa Clause" TABLE OF CONTENTS 8:44 | Mitch is incensed about his 4.74 rider rating on Uber. 18:25 | The code word for the final week of Beat The Boys is revealed. 26:20 | Better late than never, can the Seahawks sneak into wildcard weekend with some help by the Lions? 33:00 | How much momentum to the Huskies have heading into the 2023 season? 36:19 | Does Sark deserve any sympathy for his outburst at a field official in the Alamo Bowl pregame runout? 44:07 | GUEST: Rick Neuheisel is back with the college football semifinals in the books and a national championship game on tap between the defending champs and Cinderella story underdog. 1:10:39 | GUESTS: Brady Henderson & Joe Fann join the show to recap the win against the Jets as the Hawks look ahead to the final game and the postseason still in play. 1:33:39 | GUEST: New York attorney Dana Friedman shares the story of becoming a Santa Claus in the wake of 9/11. 1:54:06 | The “Other Stuff” segment covers stories such as Luca Doncic's impressive young resume, a longtime Burger King employee raking in $400,000, and Christiano Ronaldo signing a contract for $75 million per year.
RUNDOWN To kick off the show, Mitch shares his travel fiasco which leaves him in Los Angeles at the time of the recording thanks to mother nature and Alaska Airlines! Then, Mitch and Scott chat about the Soden family Christmas, a gift by the flailing Broncos to the Hawks, and the excitement building around Husky football. Today's slate of guests are CBS Sports college football analyst Rick Neuheisel, Danny O'Neil & Christian Caple for the first Dawgs No-Table, & Seahawks insiders Brady Henderson and Joe Fann. The “Other Stuff” segment features stories including the resolution for a taunted Raiders fan, the latest in the college football transfer portal, and YouTube picking up NFL Sunday Ticket. GUESTS Rick Neuheisel | CBS Sports college football analyst Danny O'Neil | The Dang Apostrophe Christian Caple | The Athletic UW writer Brady Henderson | ESPN's NFL Nation Seahawks reporter Joe Fann | WynnBet TABLE OF CONTENTS 1:39 | Mitch announces an extension to the holiday special for new Patrons of the show until the new year. 3:43 | The Levy family vacation to Los Angeles was extended just a tad thanks to a winter storm that swept across the country. 14:41 | The password for this week's trio of Beat The Boys is announced. 19:11 | Hotshot quizzes Mitch with a Stump the Band question! 21:51 | Despite the Seahawks loss on Saturday, there was a game on Sunday that likely had a bigger long-term impact for Seattle? 27:06 | How excited are the guys for The Alamo Bowl and latest recruiting buzz around UW? 36:24 | GUEST: Rick Neuheisel returns during bowl season to regale us with some classic stories from his time as a player and coach which is a must-listen segment! 1:07:22 | GUESTS: Danny O'Neil and Christian Caple join Mitch for the first ever Dawgs No-Table to provide a comprehensive overview of Husky football. 1:43:10 | GUESTS: Seahawks insiders Brady Henderson & Joe Fann hop aboard following the Christmas Eve loss in Kansas City with two weeks remaining in the regular season. 2:09:30 | Today's “Other Stuff” topics range from Robert Kraft making good for a Raiders fan, to top transfer portal headlines, to the upcoming headache of Sunday Ticket moving platforms.
RUNDOWN At the top of the show, Mitch explains the reaction to the half-price holiday deal for new Patron subscriptions before opening up the listener mailbag! Then, the guys chat about Hotshot's anticipated first Kraken game, the flailing Seahawks, and the passing of college football coaching legend Mike Leach. Five featured guests are Prospect Insider writer Jason Churchill & Matt "Slickhawk" Mikolas for the Mariners No-Table, Rick Neuheisel, & Seahawks insiders Brady Henderson and Joe Fann. Topics on the “Other Stuff” segment include a college bowl record broken by a familiar name, the fate of Aaron Judge's 62nd home run ball, and a round of "Why Did the KFC Employee Get Shot?"! GUESTS Jason Churchill | Baseball Things podcast host Matt Mikolas | Shootin' The Shit With Slick & Mitch co-host Rick Neuheisel | CBS Sports college football analyst Brady Henderson | ESPN's NFL Nation Seahawks reporter Joe Fann | WynnBet TABLE OF CONTENTS 2:03 | Has the Mitch Unfiltered holiday special been a stunning success or a swing-and-a-miss? You be the judge! 14:32 | The guys share your feedback about the show by opening the listener mailbag. 20:24 | Mitch reveals the trio of matchups for the upcoming week of Beat The Boys. 25:35 | Hotshot was ready for first Kraken game and trip to Climate Pledge Arena on Sunday night in a suite at no cost to him...he thinks! 28:51 | Would it just have been easier of the Seahawks sucked all season instead of teasing the 12s? 37:49 | Mitch recalls the few interactions he had with the late Mike Leach over the years. 51:10 | GUEST: Jason Churchill and Matt Mikolas gather round the Mariners No-Table to weigh in on the approach ownership is taking this offseason and the potential lineup being put together. 1:23:23 | GUEST: Rick Neuheisel hops aboard to share some memories of the indelible Mike Leach. 1:47:15 | GUEST: Brady & Joe pick up the pieces after a Thursday night loss to the 49ers amidst a major skid which raises questions about the team's trajectory. 2:26:50 | The “Other Stuff” features stories such as Frank Gore Jr's record-setting game, the auction price for Aaron Judge's historic home run ball, and an employee shot at KFC due to lack of corn.
RUNDOWN To kick things off, Mitch announces a holiday special for listeners interested in becoming a Patron of the show before Scott shares a story about two notorious gents comparing the size of their manhood! Then, Mitch and Scott talk about the surprising return of Michael Penix Jr. and the discouraging Seahawks loss to the Panthers. A four-pack of guests are former Mitch Unfiltered co-host Jason Hamilton, longtime friend of the show Jason La Canfora, & Brady Henderson and Joe Fann for the Seahawks No-Table. The “Other Stuff” segments features stories such as a Stump the Band question about MLB salaries, the price tag needed for a Mike Tyson/Tyson Fury fight, and identical twins prevailing in an odd lawsuit! GUESTS Jason D. Hamilton | UW basketball broadcaster Jason La Canfora | 105.7 The Fan - Baltimore Brady Henderson | ESPN's NFL Nation Seahawks reporter Joe Fann | WynnBet TABLE OF CONTENTS 3:30 | Mitch provides details for a Patron membership offer to enjoy the show all next year! 8:50 | Scott gives a stirring tribute to the late comedian Freddie Roman. 13:04 | The password for this week's slate of Beat the Boys games is unveiled. 21:53 | Mitch and Hotshot finally discuss the Michael Penix Jr. return in 2023 after hearing the news break late last week. 33:00 | The guys share their main observations from Sunday's 30-24 loss at home to the Panthers. 45:47 | GUEST: Jason Hamilton is back to reflect on the origins of Mitch Unfiltered over four years ago and the state of Husky hoops. 1:09:42 | GUEST: Jason La Canfora hops aboard to walk through some scenarios for the Seahawks for both the remainder of the season and in the upcoming draft. 1:33:14 | GUEST: Brady Henderson & Joe Fann react to the disappointing loss to Carolina moving the Seahawks out of a wildcard position. 1:58:50 | Today's “Other Stuff” topics range from the M's passing on a top-notch shortstop free agent, details about a missed fight between Fury and Tyson, and two sisters being caught under academic cheating allegations!
RUNDOWN At the top of the show, Mitch opens the mailbag before explaining his knack for nicknames! Next, the guys weigh in on the Hawks 27-23 win against the Rams and the M's acquisition of Kolten Wong officially ending the Jesse Winker era. The slate of featured guests are Matt “Stretch” Johnson, ESPN's Brady Henderson and Joe Fann from WynnBet, & Rick Neuheisel. Today's “Other Stuff” topics range from Neon Deion accepting the coaching job in Colorado, a must-see play by a Yelm receiver, and a nose-biting incident at a golf course! GUESTS Matt “Stretch” Johnson | Former Sounders broadcaster Brady Henderson | ESPN's NFL Nation Seahawks reporter Joe Fann | WynnBet Rick Neuheisel | CBS Sports College Football Analyst TABLE OF CONTENTS 2:15 | Mitch reads your emails as the mailbox is full of listener feedback. 8:28 | Mitch announces the code word for trio of Beat the Boys matchups for week 14. 9:18 | The nickname for the first guest on Episode 217 is explained. 23:50 | Hotshot and Mitch volley their laundry list of observations from the Seahawks victory against the Rams. 44:04 | The Mariners wave goodbye to Jesse Winker and welcome Kolten Wong. 56:59 | GUEST: Matt “Stretch” Johnson joins the show from Qatar to reflect on Team USA's performance and his experience overseas. 1:22:39 | GUEST: Brady Joe are back for a much-needed winning Seahawks No-Table as Seattle picks up a critical win in Los Angeles. 1:47:11 | GUEST: Rick Neuheisel returns with the bowl schedule set and breaking news that Michael Penix Jr. is returning for the 2023 season. 2:11:39 | Featured topics during the “Other Stuff” segment include Deion Sanders new gig in Boulder, a highlight play in the 3A state championship game, and a golf incident resulting in the loss of a nose!
RUNDOWN To kick off the post-Thanksgiving and Seahawks bye week show, the guys tease their game recap before Mitch chats about his recent trip to the movies and their lack of interest in The World Cup! Then, Mitch and Hotshot provide reaction to the Seahawks overtime loss to the Raiders before diving into Michael Penix Jr.'s performance in the Apple Cup to cap off a spectacular regular season. Today's guests are CBS Sports college football analyst Rick Neuheisel, Danny O'Neil, & Brady and Joe for the Seahawks No-Table. The show concludes with the “Other Stuff” segment which covers TO & OBJ in the news, the college football coaching carousel, and a new pairing featuring a Pippen and a Jordan! GUESTS Rick Neuheisel | CBS Sports college football analyst Danny O'Neil | The Dang Apostrophe Brady Henderson | ESPN's NFL Nation Seahawks reporter Joe Fann | WynnBet TABLE OF CONTENTS 0:00 | Do the listeners actually enjoy the discussions about Seahawks games on this show right after the final whistle? 7:27 | How did the guys celebrate their Thanksgiving Day with the family? 23:41 | The password for this week's trio of Beat the Boys games is unveiled. 28:39 | Mitch and Hotshot reluctantly provide their main takeaways from the disappointing overtime loss to the Raiders. 38:19 | Will Kalen DeBoer's high-octane offense persist if Michael Penix Jr. decides to leave for the NFL? 56:17 | GUEST: Rick Neuheisel is back after a thrilling weekend in college football with the conference championships up next and a Husky team setting its sights on a New Year's bowl game. 1:23:12 | GUEST: Danny O'Neil swings by after his trip to Yosemite to take some cracks at Coug fans and express his concern about a letdown in the bowl game and Seahawks playoff chances. 1:45:25 | GUEST: Brady Henderson & Joe Fann hop aboard to break down the OT defeat to Las Vegas at Lumen Field on Sunday afternoon. 2:16:28 | The “Other Stuff” segment features topics ranging from misbehaving wide receivers, shakeups in the college football coaching world, and an odd celebrity couple featuring family members of Bulls legends.
RUNDOWN At the top of the show with an ode to Philadelphia, Mitch recalls a Seahawks road game against the Eagles before opening up the listener mailbag which contains a few positive messages for Thanksgiving! Then, Mitch shares his latest flight story full of tension followed by a breakdown of postseason scenarios for the Huskies and the home stretch for the Seahawks after the bye week. Five featured guests are Rick Neuheisel, Blue Jays sportswriter Jeff Pearlman, Jason Churchill from Prospect Insider, & Seahawks insiders Brady Henderson and Joe Fann. The episode wraps up with “Other Stuff” topics ranging from the Teoscar Hernandez pickup, to the bittersweet news for Husky basketball, to Jay Leno's car-related injury. GUESTS Rick Neuheisel | CBS Sports college football analyst Scott Mitchell | TSN Blue Jays writer Jason Churchill | Baseball Things & Prospect Insider Brady Henderson | ESPN's NFL Nation Seahawks reporter Joe Fann | WynnBet TABLE OF CONTENTS 3:45 | Mitch recalls the time he and the rest of the morning show crew were sent to the City of Brotherly Love. 6:57 | The guys open up the mailbag to see what the faithful listeners have to say about the show. 12:45 | Mitch shares the code word for the upcoming slate of Beat the Boys matchups. 19:42 | Mitch can't seem to catch a flight that doesn't have some sort of excitement! 30:09 | What do the Huskies need to find themselves in the PAC12 championship game and potentially The Rose Bowl? 36:20 | Following the bye week, the Seahawks are sitting pretty the rest of the season and their draft status continues to improve! 44:46 | GUEST: Rick Neuheisel returns after a pivotal weekend in the college football season which adds further clarify on remaining playoff contenders and big bowl candidates. 1:14:59 | GUEST: Blue Jays writer Scott Mitchell shares his Toronto perspective of M's new acquisition Teoscar Hernandez followed by Jason Churchill to weigh in on where he sees the outfielder fitting into the roster. 1:42:46 | GUEST: Brady & Joe reconvene with Mitch on the bye week to assess the current state of the Hawks heading into the stretch run and the persistent question about Geno's future. 2:08:04 | “Other Stuff” stories include reaction to the Teoscar trade, the latest with Hopkins and Husky hoops, and Jay Leno's steam car incident.
RUNDOWN To kick off Episode "Dallas", the guys play Stump the Band before Mitch vents his spleen on the field conditions and broadcast quality of the Germany game! Then, the guys dig into their main takeaways from the Seahawks loss before basking in the afterglow of a memorable edition of the Washington versus Oregon rivalry game. A four-pack of guests are sportswriter Jeff Pearlman, Brady and Joe for the Seahawks No-Table, & CBS college football analyst Rick Neuheisel. The “Other Stuff” segment subjects include interesting tidbits from Jerry Dipoto's GM meetings, a woman giving birth to her own granddaughter, and RIPs from the world of comedy. GUESTS Jeff Pearlman | Author The Last Folk Hero: The Life and Myth of Bo Jackson Brady Henderson | ESPN's NFL Nation Seahawks reporter Joe Fann | WynnBet Rick Neuheisel | CBS Sports college football analyst TABLE OF CONTENTS 0:00 | Will Roger Goodell every take a hint that these international games are a poor product for NFL fans? 12:30 | Mitch shares the password for Beat the Boys as the contest is entering the second half! 16:15 | The guys provide their observations from the lackluster performance by the Seahawks in Germany. 22:59 | What a delight for Husky fans as Michael Penix Jr. led UW to a scintillating win over the Ducks! 27:30 | A mere three months ago, Seattle football fans were wondering who should play quarterback for the Hawks and Dawgs, and here we are with Smith and Penix! 35:36 | GUEST: Renowned sportswriter Jeff Pearlman hops aboard to preview his latest book about sports legend Bo Jackson! 57:14 | GUEST: Brady Henderson & Joe Fann weigh in on the 21-16 loss to Tampa Bay in Munich. 1:18:31 | GUEST: Rick Neuheisel is back with the college football regular season approaching the penultimate weekend and the Huskies fresh off their stunning win in Eugene. 1:43:59 | Todays “Other Stuff” segment features topics ranging from Dipoto's concerning offseason comments, an unusual birth in Utah, and the passing of comedy icons.
RUNDOWN At the top of the show, Mitch laments his recent streak of lottery losses but is determined to win the Powerball this week! Next, Scott explains how he ended up with a shotgun in his vehicle unexpectedly before the guys dig into the Seahawks victory. Today's featured guests are Colorado tackle Tommy Brown and CEO of Shinesty Chris White, Seahawks No-Table members Brady Henderson and Joe Fann, & Rick Neuheisel. The episode wraps up with “Other Stuff” topics such as a Kraken Mr. Playoffs breakdown, Geno Smith's value on the open market, and KJ Wright's support of Kyrie Irving among his recent controversy! GUESTS Tommy Brown | University of Colorado offensive tackle Chris White | Shinesty CEO Brady Henderson | ESPN's NFL Nation Seahawks reporter Joe Fann | WynnBet Rick Neuheisel | CBS Sports college football analyst TABLE OF CONTENTS 0:00 | Even though he is on a losing streak for the Powerball lottery, Mitch is determined to take home the jackpot! 12:30 | The password for the upcoming week of Beat the Boys matchups is unveiled. 18:59 | The Soden family is dealing with the aftermath of a fender-bender which resulted in a surprise for Scott when borrowed his in-laws' truck. 24:31 | Mitch and Scott volley their observations from the Seahawks win as they move to 6-3 on the season. 34:46 | Despite the win, the Huskies were able to beat the Beavs. Up next...the Ducks! 44:35 | GUEST: University of Colorado offensive tackle Tommy Brown and CEO of Shinesty Chris White share the story of introducing a first of its kind underwear model! 1:02:01 | GUEST: Brady & Joe join Mitch for the Seahawks No-Table following a 31-21 road win over the Cardinals. 1:25:39 | GUEST: Rick returns after a stunning week of college football with losses for Tennessee, Clemson, and Alabama. 1:53:03 | Todays “Other Stuff” segment features topics ranging from Mr. Playoffs - Seattle Kraken edition, Geno's earning potential right now, and more Kyrie Irving fallout which now is linked to KJ Wright.
RUNDOWN After two weeks apart, Mitch and Hotshot are back together and begin the show with some pop culture chatter about Jon Hamm before assessing if the Seahawks are the real deal or fool's gold! Then, the guys play Stump the Band, volley observations from the Hawks win against the G-Men, and hand over the mic to Mr. Playoffs. A four pack of guests are, Brady and Joe for the Seahawks No-Table, CBS Sports college football analyst Rick Neuheisel, and film director Bradley Jackson. Finally, they conclude with the “Other Stuff” segment with stories ranging from Steve Sark in hot water with Longhorn nation, the Gretzky family in legal trouble, and PR nightmares for Kanye West and James Corden! GUESTS Brady Henderson | ESPN's NFL Nation Seahawks reporter Joe Fann | WynnBet Rick Neuheisel | CBS Sports college football analyst Bradley Jackson | Facing Nolan writer & director TABLE OF CONTENTS 17:04 | Mitch reveals the code word for the upcoming trio of games for Beat the Boys! 28:57 | Mitch and Scott revel in the win against the Giants as the Hawks continue this dream rebuilding season before a quick stop by Mr. Playoffs. 46:58 | GUEST: Brady Henderson and Joe Fann regroup with Mitch after an impressive home victory against the Giants. 1:19:54 | GUEST: Rick Neuheisel is back with another college football weekend in the books and the CFP ranking release upcoming. 1:48:05 | GUEST: Bradley Jackson joins the show to preview the new Netflix documentary Facing Nolan about baseball legend Nolan Ryan. 2:14:47 | The show wraps up with “Other Stuff” topics with stories such as Sark being critiqued for not singing the Texas fight song, Wayne Gretzky tied up in legal disputes, and Kanye's inflammatory comments on social media.
RUNDOWN At the top of the show, the guys assess the sanitary implications of M's fans putting rally shoes on their heads before Mitch shares the Beat the Boys password! Next, they share their takeaways from the series against Houston as the M's season comes to a close and a promising future ahead. Five featured guests are Jason Churchill and Slickhawk for the Mariners No-Table, Seahawks No-Table members Brady Henderson and Joe Fann, and Rick Neuheisel. They wrap up with the “Other Stuff” with stories ranging from the Hawks win against Arizona, Byron Allen buying a nine-digit house, and a hole-in-one controversy! GUESTS Jason Churchill | Baseball Things & Prospect Insider Matt Mikolas | Shootin' the Shit With Slick & Mitch Brady Henderson | ESPN's NFL Nation Seahawks reporter Joe Fann | WynnBet Rick Neuheisel | CBS Sports college football analyst TABLE OF CONTENTS 6:28 | The password for the upcoming week of Beat the Boys games is shared by Mitch. 14:55 | Mitch and Hotshot discuss the loss to the Astros in game three and the outlook ahead for the M's. 41:01 | GUEST: Jason Churchill and Slickhawk join Mitch moments after the M's fall to Houston in game three against to end the season. 1:04:55 | GUEST: Brady and Joe convene with Mitch to chat about the strong defensive effort by the Hawks on Sunday against Arizona. 1:29:24 | GUEST: Rick Neuheisel returns after an exciting weekend of college football with Bama falling and Utah outlasting USC. 1:58:23 | The guys conclude with the “Other Stuff” segment to chat about the Seahawks win on Sunday, Byron Allen's $100 million Malibu mansion, and a car dealership squelching on a contest.
RUNDOWN The guys begin the show by wondering where Kyle Seager is these days and Mitch shows Scott his good luck charm that helped the M's rally! Then, the guys jump into their main takeaways from the Hawks loss before discussing the thrilling weekend for the Mariners and what lies ahead. A trio of guests are baseball analyst Steve Phillips, Seahawks No-Table mainstay Brady Henderson, and Rick Neuheisel. The “Other Stuff” segment features topics such as the NBA exhibition in Seattle last week, Shaq's weight loss, and the latest with Tom and Gisele! GUESTS Steve Phillips | MLB Network Radio on SiriusXM Brady Henderson | ESPN's NFL Nation Seahawks reporter Rick Neuheisel | CBS Sports college football analyst TABLE OF CONTENTS 9:04 | Mitch provides the code work for this week's slate of Beat the Boys matchups. 15:14 | In segment one, Mitch breaks down Geno's remarkable stats, the M's series victory in Toronto, and the daunting matchup against Houston looming. 46:27 | GUEST: Steve Phillips provides his GM perspective on the M's wildcard win against the Blue Jays and assesses the chances of prevailing in Houston. 1:04:08 | GUEST: Brady Henderson is riding solo with Mitch on the Seahawks No-Table in the wake of a 39-32 defeat by the Saints. 1:29:22 | GUEST: Rick Neuheisel is back for a review of the college football weekend with the contenders creating space from the pretenders. 1:56:47 | The show closes out with the “Other Stuff” segment to discuss the NBA matchup at Climate Pledge Arena, Shaquille O'Neal losing weight to be an underwear model, and a Tom Brady update on his personal troubles.
RUNDOWN At the top of the show, Mitch tests Scott with a Stump the Band question related to the M's playoff drought ending! Then, the guys chat about the Kraken's new mascot Buoy, an unsettling win in Detroit for the Hawks, and the Mariners memorable clinching win on Friday as they prepare for the upcoming wildcard game with tough questions to answer about the pitching rotation. A four-pack of guests are Rick Neuheisel, Brady Henderson & Joe Fann for the Seahawks No-Table, & Huskies write with The Athletic Christian Caple. Today's “Other Stuff” stories range from Jeffrey Dahmer belongings up for auction, to Antonio Brown exposing himself at a Dubai hotel, to Rachel Nichols revealing the details about her firing from ESPN! GUESTS Rick Neuheisel | CBS Sports college football analyst Brady Henderson | ESPN's NFL Nation Seahawks reporter Joe Fann | WynnBet & Blue Wire podcast host Christian Caple | The Athletic UW writer TABLE OF CONTENTS 2:31 | The guys open up the show with a Stump the Band question about playoff droughts...something the Mariners are no longer the leader of! 18:12 | The code word for the upcoming lineup of Beat the Boys games is revealed. 22:37 | Mitch and Hotshot briefly weigh in on Buoy the mascot and the Seahawks beating Detroit on Sunday before taking a deep dive on the upcoming playoff run for the Mariners. 59:57 | GUEST: Neuheisel is red-hot on his picks this season and is back to recap last weekend's slate of college football. 1:29:02 | GUEST: Brady Henderson & Joe Fann are back on the show following the 48-45 win over the Lions. 1:55:35 | GUEST: Christian Caple returns after the Dawgs faced their first defeat of the season against UCLA on Friday. 2:16:35 | The episode wraps up with the “Other Stuff” segment to chat about items for sale which belonged to Jeffrey Dahmer, former, Antonio Brown in the news again...this time for exposing himself publicly in Dubai, and Rachel Nichols being recorded by ESPN leading to her release by the network.
RUNDOWN Today's show kicks off with Hotshot explaining who the hell Armie Hammer is before reading Mitch Unfiltered listener feedback! Mitch and Scott also share their takeaways from the Seahawks loss on Sunday and Mr. Postseason makes another appearance to paint the picture for the Mariners final stretch. Four featured guests are Rick Neuheisel, Seahawks insiders Brady Henderson & Joe Fann, & Jason La Canfora of 105.7 The Fan – Baltimore. “Other Stuff” segment topics include a tweet Mitch sent about the Dawgs that riled people up, Washington State's choke against Oregon, and something Tim Tebow does every year which makes him likeable to Mitch! GUESTS Rick Neuheisel | CBS Sports college football analyst Brady Henderson | ESPN's NFL Nation Seahawks reporter Joe Fann | WynnBet & Blue Wire podcast host Jason La Canfora | 105.7 The Fan – Baltimore TABLE OF CONTENTS 2:25 | The topic for today's Stump the Band question is something we all love...food! 7:00 | The guys open up the Mitch Unfiltered mailbag to read feedback about the show from you! 13:44 | Mitch provides the code word for the week's Beat the Boys matchups. 18:29 | The guys provide instant reaction to the Hawks against the Falcons and Mr. Postseason drops by for an M's update. 52:11 | GUEST: Rick Neuheisel is back following an exciting weekend of college featuring wins for leading PAC12 teams and other exciting wins in the top 25. 1:19:20 | GUEST: Brady & Joe return for another edition of the No-Table in the wake of a disappointing loss to the Falcons. 1:45:15 | GUEST: Longtime friend of the show Jason La Canfora jumps aboard to share his impressions from the first three weeks of the NFL season. 2:04:48 | The show closes out with the "Other Stuff" segment to discuss Mitch's tweet about the Huskies, the dramatic comeback by the Ducks in Pullman, and Tim Tebow's Heisman tradition.
RUNDOWN Just when Mitch thought he was eliminating stress, the new tipping norms are starting to raise his blood pressure! He also provides a diplomatic Beat the Boys update regarding ads in the tease section. The guys share a few thoughts on the lackluster loss for the Seahawks and the potential of DeBoer's Dawgs before a quick update by Mr. Postseason for the Mariners. Four featured guests are Jason Churchill of Prospect Insider, CBS Sports college football analyst Rick Neuheisel, and Brady Henderson & Joe Fann. The “Other Stuff” segment features topics including a new wrinkle to the Coach Joe Kennedy story, Roger Federer's legendary career, and a tip for why you should not urinate in the shower! GUESTS Jason Churchill | Prospect Insider Mariners writer Rick Neuheisel | CBS Sports college football analyst Brady Henderson | ESPN's NFL Nation Seahawks reporter Joe Fann | WynnBet & Blue Wire podcast host TABLE OF CONTENTS 0:51 | Mitch delicately explains the way ads are created on the RunMyPools website which should settle down the naysayers. 21:23 | The code word for the upcoming week of Beat the Boys games is unveiled. 26:43 | The guys volley their key observations from the Seahawks week two loss in San Fran, the atmosphere at Husky Stadium on Saturday night, and a peek at the American League standings. 54:48 | GUEST: Jason Churchill joins Mitch following a rough weekend for the Mariners as they work through injuries and slumps heading into October. 1:12:24 | GUEST: Rick Neuheisel returns for a recap of the college football weekend including the victory for the Dawgs and dramatic win for Appalachian State. 1:34:00 | GUEST: Brady Henderson & Joe Fann hop aboard to break down the divisional loss for Seattle against San Francisco. 2:04:33 | The guys wrap up the episode by providing a quick update of Bremerton football coach Joe Kennedy, the retirement of tennis great Roger Federer, and a scientific argument to not pee in the shower.
RUNDOWN Mitch had to call an audible on his Stump the Band question after the McManus missed kick! The guys chat about the Mariners who remain red-hot before volleying back and forth main takeaways from the much-anticipated return of Russell Wilson on Monday Night Football which lived up to the billing. A four pack of guests are Brady & Joe for the No-Table, Rick Neuheisel, and sports memorabilia collector Anthony Giordano. Topics during the "Other Stuff" segment range from Mitch's film director acumen, Breanna Stewart's uncertain future with the Storm, and a gross fake-teeth story! GUESTS Brady Henderson | ESPN's NFL Nation Seahawks reporter Joe Fann | WynnBet & Blue Wire podcast host Rick Neuheisel | CBS Sports college football analyst Anthony Giordano | Sports card collector TABLE OF CONTENTS 0:51 | Today's Stump the Band question illustrates how stupid Nathaniel Hackett's decision was to trot out his kicker for a 64 yard field goal in Seattle. 18:46 | As enjoyable as Monday night's win was, the guys are also pretty pumped about the playoff-bound Mariners. 26:04 | Mitch and Hotshot run down their list of observations from Monday night's win against Denver. 46:23 | GUEST: Brady Henderson & Joe Fann break join Mitch in the wee hours of the night following the memorable Monday night season opener against Russ and the Broncos. 1:14:57 | GUEST: Rick Neuheisel jumps aboard to chat about the gutsy win by the Cougs and the dramatic victory for Alabama thanks to the leadership of Bryce Young. 1:43:47 | GUEST: Anthony Giordano shares the story of his Mickey Mantle card which just sold for a record $12.6 million. 2:06:17 | The guys close out the show with a mixed bag of stories such as the Huskies upcoming game against Sparty, Stewie's undetermined career in Seattle, and Mitch's denture story.
RUNDOWN Today's opening Stump the Band question should perk up the ears of any Mariners fan! Mitch also lays out the instructions for this year's Beat the Boys contest before the guys chat about the red-hot stretch of M's baseball, Huskies season opener, and Storm playoff game choke. Five guests on the show are "Ichiro Girl" Iris Skinner, Seahawks No-Table pillars Brady Henderson & Joe Fann, college football guru Rick Neuheisel, and longtime friend of the podcast Peter King from NBC Sports. To wrap up the show, the guys discuss Serena Williams' legacy, more concerning Marshawn Lynch news, and blockage of a GoFundMe fundraiser for a local murder suspect. GUESTS Iris Skinner | "Ichiro Girl" Brady Henderson | ESPN's NFL Nation Seahawks reporter Joe Fann | WynnBet & Blue Wire podcast host Rick Neuheisel | CBS Sports college football analyst Peter King | NBC Sports national NFL writer TABLE OF CONTENTS 3:22 | Today's question for Stump the Band question has a simple premise, but a surprising answer. 20:29 | Ever since Mitch wrote off the M's in June, the club has been on an absolute rampage. 24:57 | Will you boo or cheer for Russ when he makes his return to Seattle next Monday? 31:30 | Michael Penix Jr. made an impressive debut for the Dawgs which is discouraging for Sam Huard's future at UW. 41:50 | GUEST: Iris Skinner also known as "Ichiro Girl" jumps aboard to share her story of reuniting with the Mariners legend during his ceremonial weekend. 57:34 | GUEST: Brady Henderson & Joe Fann break down the final roster cuts heading into week one of the season and share their opinion on the Russell Wilson contract. 1:27:20 | GUEST: Rick Neuheisel provides his takeaways from the first week of the college football season. 1:49:19 | GUEST: Peter King returns to provide his prediction for the NFL season to play in the Super Bowl including the victor. 2:12:52 | The “Other Stuff” segment features topics such as the lesser-known side of Serena, Marshawn Lynch's latest vehicular issues, and GoFundMe putting the kibosh for an ongoing homicide suspect.
RUNDOWN The guys kick off the show with a Stump the Band question per usual before Mitch describes his memorable return flight from Florida. Then, Mitch takes a deep dive on the Julio Rodriguez contract and his contention that it was a grand slam especially for the M's. Featured guests are MLB analyst Steve Phillips, Brady & Joe for the No-Table, and longtime friend of the show Rick Neuheisel. To conclude the episode, the guys talk about odds and ends such as Ichiro's speech, money matters across the world of sports, and Richard Simmons news. GUESTS Steve Phillips | Former Mets GM and current MLB analyst Brady Henderson | ESPN's NFL Nation Seahawks reporter Joe Fann | WynnBet & Blue Wire podcast host Rick Neuheisel | CBS Sports college football analyst TABLE OF CONTENTS 2:28 | Julio Rodriguez is the topic of today's opening Stump the Band question. 7:03 | There was a medical emergency on Mitch's flight and it directly impacted him while sitting in the window seat. 32:35 | The hometown nine signed Julio Rodriguez to a 14 year deal which Mitch contends is very team friendly. 1:00:25 | GUEST: Steve Phillips answers the question as to how the Julio Rodriguez contract played out for the young star and the franchise simultaneously. 1:19:10 | GUEST: Brady Henderson & Joe Fann return with preseason football in the rearview mirror and the Seahawks facing final cutdowns heading into week one. 1:57:34 | GUEST: Rick Neuheisel is back with college football officially underway to preview the season. 2:19:57 | Today's “Other Stuff” topics include Ichiro's hall of fame ceremony, big money being thrown around sports, and an update about the long lost Richard Simmons.
RUNDOWN After two weeks apart, Mitch and Hotshot are back together and begin the episode with a Stump the Band question. Scott also provides a recap of the Little League World Series experience in North Carolina. Main topics in the first segment include Seahawks prognostications and turning a new leaf on Robbie Ray. A four pack of guests are Dave Grosby, Brady Henderson & Joe Fann for the Seahawks No-Table, and ESPN NBA columnist Kevin Pelton. Before closing out, the guys volley a mixed bag of topics such as Marshawn's DUI, a baseball player hitting a home run cycle, and Earl Thomas' house fire. GUESTS Dave Grosby | Former Seattle sports radio host Brady Henderson | ESPN's NFL Nation Seahawks reporter Joe Fann | WynnBet & Blue Wire podcast host Kevin Pelton | ESPN NBA writer TABLE OF CONTENTS 1:25 | Is Hotshot rusty after a few weeks without Stump the Band? Nope! 17:04 | Are the Hawks more likely to go 5-12 or 8-9? 25:11 | Mitch decides he is done criticizing Robbie Ray...for now. 33:19 | GUEST: Back by popular demand, Seattle sports media veteran Dave Grosby joins the show for a Mariners & Seahawks state of the union discussion. 57:25 | GUEST: Brady Henderson & Joe Fann join Mitch to address the big question marks as the Hawks approach regular season play. 1:25:23 | GUEST: Kevin Pelton is back to recap the big Seattle hoops weekend with LeBron in town and the Storm heading to the WNBA Finals. 1:45:40 | The “Other Stuff” segment features stories ranging from Marshawn Lynch's arrest, an impressive baseball feat, and more unfortunate Earl Thomas news.
RUNDOWN Mitch and Scott reunite and are eager to watch Issaquah play in the Little League World Series in Greenville, South Carolina! They briefly catch up on the Danny O'Neil and Jim Moore online feud, Mitch's upcoming Nationals game, and SeaFair weekend. The guys also chat about celebrity clickbait and an interesting article about Shohei Ohtani. Today's featured guests are former Dodgers GM Fred Claire, Mariners writer with Prospect Insider Jason Churchill, and ESPN Seahawks insider Brady Henderson. The show wraps up with “Other Stuff” stories ranging from Deshaun Watson's suspension, to the wrath of Bill Belichick, to the divorce lawsuit with Kanye and Kim! GUESTS Fred Claire | Former Dodgers GM Jason Churchill | Prospect Insider Mariners writer Brady Henderson | ESPN's NFL Nation Seahawks reporter TABLE OF CONTENTS 0:00 | Hotshot and Mitch might be more excited about Issaquah playing in the Little League World Series than the team! 29:30 | Are M's fans going to be teased about potentially acquiring Shohei Ohtani for the next two years? 43:12 | GUEST: Former Dodgers general manager Fred Claire returns to the show for a remembrance of broadcast legend Vin Scully. 1:02:47 | GUEST: Jason Churchill is back with the M's in a wildcard run and less than two months until the MLB postseason. 1:23:48 | GUEST: Brady Henderson hops aboard for a Seahawks camp update as the preseason approaches. 1:46:27 | Today's "Other Stuff" topics include a story from Deshaun Watson's six game ban, to a former Patriot and his fear of Coach Belichick, to Kanye West legal complications.
RUNDOWN Hotshot is gearing up for a trip to North Carolina as the Issaquah All Stars are headed to the Little League Softball World Series and Mitch might even make an appearance! Since the guys convened last, the M's picked up a new ace, but does the Tale of the Tape indicate it was worth it? A blended interview portion including C. Trent Rosecrans to chat about Luis Castillo followed by three of our favorite guest segments from over the years. The “Other Stuff” segment features topics such as Mitch's rental car story, the lack of fervor for the upcoming Seahawks season, and Charles Barkley turning down LIV golf! GUESTS C. Trent Rosecrans | The Athletic Reds writer Dave Grosby | Former Seattle sports radio host Olin Kreutz | NFL center '98-'11 Ginny Burton | Tacoma-native & UW class of 2021 TABLE OF CONTENTS 0:00 | Scott's prediction about Issaquah softball came true as the Little League All Stars are going to the World Series! 20:06 | The Mega Millions craze has come to an end as one lucky winner in Illinois picked the right numbers. 23:10 | Mitch breaks down the Tale of the Tape for Luis Castillo and players the Mariners traded to the Reds. 49:10 | GUEST: C. Trent Rosecrans checks in to provide a scouting report of the Mariners latest acquisition Luis Castillo from Cincinnati. 1:01:29 | GUEST: Dave Grosby joined Mitch and Scott to tell some stories from their years in Seattle sports media as "The Groz" entered retirement. 1:53:45 | GUEST: Hawaiian football legend Olin Kreutz jumped aboard to chat about his memorable football career and challenges he faced along the way. 2:24:35 | GUEST: Perhaps the most memorable interview in Mitch Unfiltered history, Ginny Burton shares her story of overcoming years of drugs and violence to earning her degree from UW. 2:54:45 | The episode closes up with “Other Stuff” stories such Mitch's gold Jaguar rental car, the lost enthusiasm for Seahawks camp, and Barkley declining a LIV Golf media deal.
RUNDOWN To kick off Episode 200, Danny O'Neil explains the rivalry between Oregon and Washington before the guys recall the unfortunate story of Ken Hamlin. Then, the guys dig into Danny's online feud with Jim Moore, Julio's wrist injury, and the Juan Soto sweepstakes. Four featured guests include Coach Andrew Heck, MLB draft expert Jim Callis, Army veteran Randy Shack, & film director Michael Tollin. Topics in today's “Other Stuff” segment include a cricket gambling conspiracy, Tom Brady's kind gesture to Kelsey Plum, and Charles Barkley taking the LIV money. GUESTS Andrew Heck | North Allegheny HS baseball coach Jim Callis | MLB Pipeline senior writer Randy Shack | U.S. Army veteran Michael Tollin | The Captain producer TABLE OF CONTENTS 0:00 | Danny O'Neil fills in for Hotshot who is in San Bernardino watching the Issaquah Little League All Stars. 7:56 | A random former Seahawk with a cautionary tale came to mind when Mitch was swimming laps. 29:00 | Danny explains the ongoing online beef he has with former co-worker Jim Moore. 41:27 | M's fans are holding their breath about Julio's wrist and the potential to acquire Juan Soto. 56:25 | GUEST: Coach Andrew Heck provides a scouting report of M's first round selection Cole Young & Jim Callis follows up with a breakdown of the full 2022 Mariners draft class. 1:21:09 | GUEST: Andy Shack shares his inspiring story to becoming an Adaptive Open golfer after suffering injuries overseas in the U.S. Army. 1:42:32 | GUEST: Film producer Michael Tollin joins the show to discuss the origin story of The Captain and some interesting observations about Derek Jeter. 2:08:38 | The show wraps up with the "Other Stuff" segment with topics ranging from a cricket gambling scheme, Tom Brady's care package to Kelsey Plum, and LIV Golf picking up Charles Barkley.
RUNDOWN At the top of the show, Hotshot provides an update on the state champ Issaquah softball team before heading off to San Bernardino. Then, Mitch unveils his Stump the Band question of the day which dovetails into a funny Al Martin Story before jumping into the listener mailbag. Then, Mr. Playoffs explains the MLB postseason format and the guys discuss potential roster moves for the M's. A four-pack of featured guests are Husky insider Christian Caple, filmmakers Chris & Erik Ewers, and long-distance runner Michael Wardian. The show closes with the “Other Stuff” segment which includes McDonalds observations, Zach Wilson's romantic rumors, and John Daly's eccentric attire at The Open Championship! GUESTS Christian Caple | The Athletic UW reporter Chris & Erik Ewers | Hiding In Plain Sight directors Michael Wardian | Ultra-marathoner TABLE OF CONTENTS 0:00 | Issaquah softball is state champs and Hotshot is headed to San Bernardino just in time for Episode 200. 7:19 | Today's Stump the Band question is about the M's which reminds Mitch of the infamous Al Martin story about USC. 33:35 | Mr. Playoffs explains how the MLB postseason works now with three wildcard slots and Mitch & Scott talk about the M's roster heading into the trade deadline. 53:05 | GUEST: Christian Caple talks about the uncertain future for UW athletics with conference realignment and the QB battle heading into the 2022 season. 1:16:46 | GUEST: Film directors Chris and Erik Ewers chat about the new Ken Burns documentary Hiding In Plain Sight which discusses the rise of youth mental health issues. 1:44:29 | GUEST: Runner Michael Wardian swings by to share his story of running across the entire country and the highlights along the way. 2:08:38 | The “Other Stuff” segment features topics ranging from Mitch's McDonalds observations, to Zach Wilson hot gossip, to John Daly's Hooters pants!
RUNDOWN Today's show begins with a long-awaited playing of Wild Rover to celebrate the M's winning streak before the guys share their takeaways from the interviews during Episode 197 and play Stump the Band. Then, Mitch describes a story from the weekend that is still weighing on his mind. A trio of guests are Steve Phillips, Vanderbilt professor Thomas Schwartz, and golf writer John Hawkins. The episode wraps up with the “Other Stuff” segment to chat about Jody Allen's announcement about the family estate, Hotshot's greatest strip club story, and some notable RIPs from last week. GUESTS Steve Phillips | Former Mets GM and current MLB analyst Thomas Schwartz | Professor of History and Political Science at Vanderbilt University John Hawkins | Morning Read golf writer TABLE OF CONTENTS 0:00 | It's high time that we begin the show with some "No Nay Never" as the Mariners continue to win! 7:11 | The interviews in Episode 197 ran the gamut and the guys reflect on the three guest segments. 16:46 | Today's edition of Stump the Band features two questions by Mitch and one from Hotshot. 30:34 | Mitch observed a child being left inside a vehicle over the weekend and was unsure of how to handle the situation. 45:56 | GUEST: Steve Phillips is back to share his general manager perspective on how the M's front office should approach a long-term deal with Julio Rodriguez. 1:02:32 | GUEST: Professor of History and Political Science at Vanderbilt University joins the show to discuss the current situation and possible outcomes for Brittney Griner's detention in Russia. 1:37:18 | GUEST: John Hawkins is back to preview The Open Championship at St. Andrews for the 150th edition of the tournament. 2:12:57 | Today's “Other Stuff” stories include news on the sale of Hawks & Blazers, an unforgettable strip club memory of Scott's, and some recent celebrity passings.
RUNDOWN At the top of the show, the guys weigh in on fireworks before the traditional round of Stump the Band. Following the tease, Mitch gives a nod to an honest young man named Patrick before digging into an interesting question posed by Slickhawk about Julio Rodriguez. The three featured guests are Rick Neuheisel, former Bremerton football coach Joe Kennedy, & Rhonda Smith-Banchero a.k.a. "Paolo's Mom". The “Other Stuff” segment includes stories such as Drew Lock catching flak on Twitter, GrubHub making a rescue, and a man's final sip of rum! GUESTS Rick Neuheisel | CBS Sports college football analyst Joe Kennedy | Former Bremerton HS football coach Rhonda Smith-Banchero | UW basketball alum & Mom of Paolo Banchero TABLE OF CONTENTS 2:05 | Hotshot studied hard for the opening Stump the Band question about Julio Rodriguez. 23:57 | Mitch gives a shout-out to Patrick who returned a lost wallet to the Levy household. 34:15 | The guys address a question inspired by Slick about how the M's front office should address Julio Rodriguez's emerging stardom. 54:37 | GUEST: Rick Neuheisel checks in to discuss the shakeup to the PAC12 with USC and UCLA parting ways for the Big Ten. 1:12:49 | GUEST: Joe Kennedy joins the show to break down the recent Supreme Court case involving his prayer on the football field. 1:43:07 | GUEST: Rhonda Smith-Banchero checks chat about raising her son Paolo leading up to his number one selection in the 2022 NBA Draft. 2:12:57 | “Other Stuff” topics range from subtle pot shots at Drew Lock, a miracle courtesy of GrubHub, and a daughter's final gift for her father!
RUNDOWN At the top of the show, Mitch tests Hotshot with an MLB trivia Stump the Band question before sharing a few thoughts on the pay gap in women's professional basketball. Then, the guys chat about a unique O'Dea fact before weighing in on the fighting M's and some shady encounters Mitch faced from car salesmen. Today's featured guests are Terry Strada from 9/11 Families United, longtime radio pal Matt "Stretch" Johnson, & NBA Draft expert Sam Ferris. Topics on the “Other Stuff” segment range from the continued Baker Mayfield potential path to the Hawks to Arch Manning's college selection to two fast food mishaps! GUESTS Terry Strada | 9/11 Families United Matt "Stretch" Johnson | Former Sounders broadcaster Sam Ferris | Locked on NBA Draft podcast TABLE OF CONTENTS 1:32 | Before starting the show, Mitch quizzes Scott with a Stump the Band question about a statistical MLB anomaly. 7:20 | Is there a viable way to increasing the salary of WNBA players? 30:52 | Do you enjoy seeing the Mariners scrapping and clawing despite the big hole they've dug themselves in? 33:22 | Mitch found himself in two situations during the past week that proved the bad reputation of car salesmen. 47:56 | GUEST: Terry Strada from 9/11 Families United describes the shameful decision of PGA golfers opting for the LIV league. 1:11:15 | GUEST: Matt "Stretch" Johnson is ecstatic that the 2026 World Cup is headed to Seattle as he prepares for his 2022 trip to Qatar. 1:35:49 | GUEST: Sam Ferris recaps the NBA Draft results including the lottery picks and the class as a whole. 1:50:20 | “Other Stuff” stories include the prospects of Baker Mayfield heading to Seattle to Sark reeling in a Manning to a pair of odd fast-food run-ins.
RUNDOWN To kick things off, the guys recap their weekend with Hotshot all over the place at youth sports games and Mitch at T-Mobile Park watching Mike Trout clobber the M's. Then, Mitch and Scott chat about Father's Day festivities, the Mariners dwindling hopes, and Sue Bird's retirement announcement. A three-pack of guests are Tacoma Rainiers manager Tim Federowicz, ESPN Seahawks insider Brady Henderson, & former PGA golfer Ken Green. Today's “Other Stuff” segment features topics including Charles Barkley shoving Mitch, Dejounte Murray's gift for his Dad, & Jake Heaps career change as Russell's personal QB coach! GUESTS Brady Henderson | ESPN Seahawks insider Ken Green | Former PGA Tour golfer Tim Federowicz | Tacoma Rainiers manager TABLE OF CONTENTS 2:58 | Today's opening Stump the Band questions with the topic of Mike Trout. 18:09 | The guys cover a ton of ground in segment one including Father's Day, the Mariners, Russell Wilson's comments that piss off the 12s, and Sue Bird's retirement. 48:05 | GUEST: Tacoma Rainiers skipper Tim Federowicz jumps aboard to discuss Jarred Kelenic's and Matt Brash's current assignments. 1:01:09 | GUEST: Brady Henderson swings by for a Seahawks update following OTAs as the team prepares for training camp. 1:31:46 | GUEST: Former PGA Tour winner Ken Green returns to share his thoughts on the 2022 U.S. Open and the LIV Golf controversy. 1:48:57 | The “Other Stuff” segment features a mix of topics such as "the Charles Barkley line", Dejounte Murray's special Father's Day gift, & the big opportunity for Jake Heaps!
RUNDOWN At the top of the show, Mitch quizzes Scott with a Stump the Band question about women's hoops before opening the listener mailbag. Then, Mitch chats about his spontaneous M's game on Saturday night with the family before discussing the controversial LIV League in corrupt Saudi Arabia. A trio of guests are longtime golf writer Rick Reilly, Mariners insider Jason Churchill, & former Navy pilot Doug Lito. The show wraps up with “Other Stuff” topics ranging from the Broncos sale to Walmart heir, the Space Needle suing a local coffee company, and a lawsuit against GEICO you won't believe! GUESTS Rick Reilly | So Help Me Golf author Jason Churchill | Prospect Insider Mariners writer Doug Lito | Former Navy pilot & current film actor TABLE OF CONTENTS 1:41 | As usual, Mitch tests Hotshot with a Stump the Band question: this week's topic is women's basketball records. 23:40 | Mitch decided to take the family to T-Mobile Park on a whim Saturday night and has tons of observations to share. 37:05 | The guys discuss how top PGA golfers are joining the LIV League in Saudi Arabia which has widespread human rights violations. 47:14 | GUEST: Golf writer Rick Reilly joins the show to reflect on golf memories and weigh in on Phil Mickelson's turmoil in recent years. 1:18:40 | GUEST: Jason Churchill hops back on the show to react to the Sox series and look ahead to the remainder of the 2022 season including rising prospects. 1:40:13 | GUEST: Doug Lito shares his story from a teenager seeing Top Gun to a Navy pilot and actor in the Top Gun: Maverick. 1:57:28 | Today's “Other Stuff” stories include the Denver Broncos ownership change, the Space Needle bullying a local coffee company, and a crazy lawsuit against GEICO.
RUNDOWN After a week break, Mitch and Hotshot reunite by beginning with two Stump the Band questions before jumping into the Unfiltered mailbag. Then, they chat about a fight among MLB players about fantasy sports, the hot-and-cold Mariners, Seahawks ownership options, and NFL quarterbacks looking for teams. Three featured guests are Tracy Taylor-Turner, Randy Mueller, & Mark Radetic also known as "Michelob Ultra Guy". The episode closes out with the “Other Stuff” segment with stories such people ignoring police officers, a coincidental hole-in-one story, and a free couch full of money. GUESTS Tracy Taylor-Turner | Former KJR & KIRO traffic reporter Randy Mueller | NFL Executive of the Year (2000) Mark Radetic | "Michelob Ultra Guy" TABLE OF CONTENTS 0:00 | The show starts with a pre-tease to honor the innocent lives lost in the recent tragedy in Texas. 4:43 | Mitch hits Hotshot with two Stump the Band questions with the topics of tennis and film. 26:46 | Lots of little stories popped up the past few weeks including a fight among MLB players over fantasy sports, Seahawks ownership rumors, and NFL quarterback news. 49:04 | GUEST: Longtime Seattle traffic reporter & current Tracy Taylor-Turner jumps aboard with Mitch and Scott to share some memories from her career at KJR and KIRO. 1:27:13 | GUEST: Mules returns for an offseason football chat to discuss the Russell trade, the Deshaun Watson situation, and rising receiver salaries. 1:48:17 | GUEST: Mark Radetic joins the show to chat about the viral Tiger photo from the PGA Championship that earned him the nickname "Michelob Ultra Guy". 2:01:37 | “Other Stuff” topics include neglected traffic stops, a golf story that is hard to believe, and a nomination for Good Samaritan of the Week.