Beat Migs. Mitch Levy from Mitch Unfiltered joins us to talk about The Seahawks devastating loss to the Rams. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
RUNDOWN To kick things off, the guys play a round of Stump the Band and share an update on Patron programming during football season. Then, Mitch and Scott briefly chat about the second preseason Seahawks game before discussing the Jamal Adams extension and a link to Duane Brown's status. A trio of guests are Mitch's former producer Matt Mikolas, Kirkland little league champion Cody Webster, and legendary UW broadcaster Bob Rondeau. The "Other Stuff" segment covers a lot of ground including Bill Russell's hot-tub, Washington Football Team's potential name options, and a big announcement by OnlyFans to its users! GUESTS Matt "Slickhawk" Mikolas | Former Mitch in the Morning producer Cody Webster | 1982 Kirkland Little League MVP Bob Rondeau | Former UW broadcaster TABLE OF CONTENTS 2:11 | Scott is tested on MLB home run trivia in a round of Stump the Band. 11:17 | Mitch announces the football season weekly podcast lineup for Patrons. 36:51 | The NFL regular season can't get here soon enough after that ugly preseason game against the Broncos. 57:32 | GUEST: Matt Mikolas joins the show for his first (of many) Mitch Unfiltered shows to catch up after a long hiatus of working together. 1:28:28 | GUEST: 1982 Little League World Series champion Cody Webster from Kirkland, WA checks in to recollect memories from that magical run and the personal challenges that followed. 1:45:50 | GUEST: Bob Rondeau hops aboard to chat about his recent retirement behind the mic at UW and current success at the race track. 2:10:29 | The guys re-enact a Jurassic Park scene in light of a recent scientific discovery of sharks. 2:13:09 | Sha'Carri Richardson's return to the track didn't go as planned after her Olympics suspension. 2:15:23 | Bill Russell is selling his Mercer Island home and is sad to leave his hot-tub behind. 2:18:16 | A foot race between Tyreek Hill and Usain Bolt might finally come to fruition. 2:21:34 | What should the new team name for the Washington Football Team be...or should they just keep it as is? 2:24:55 | OnlyFans is banning sexually explicit content on their website much to everyone's dismay.
RUNDOWN Nearly three years ago, Mitch Unfiltered was born and Episode 1 of the podcast was an emotional account of the struggles Mitch encountered and his outlook moving forward. Mitch and Scott begin the show by discussing the reaction that first episode garnered and the advice for those facing mental health issues. Then, Mitch and Jason D. Hamilton take you back to November 2018 for the inaugural show. Enjoy!
RUNDOWN The show kicks off with a Stump the Band question for Scott about NFL quarterbacks followed by some listener emails. Then the guys delve into a discussion about media subscription overload, Mitch's ground rules during his vacation, and reaction to the M's trades prior to the trade deadline. Three "Best Of" guests are retired Navy captain Charlie Plumb, longtime Seattle sports media figure Jim Moore, & television actress & teacher Nicci Carr. Later, the guys weigh in on miscellaneous topics ranging from Hawks training camp to Evander Kane's betting investigation, to ScarJo's lawsuit with Disney. Enjoy! GUESTS Charlie Plumb | Retired United States Navy Captain Jim Moore | Former Seattle sports radio personality Nicci Carr | TV actress TABLE OF CONTENTS 0:00 | With coronavirus running through the Vikings quarterback room, which familiar face will be taking snaps in training camp? 3:30 | The guys open up the listener mailbag for some Unfiltered feedback. 17:03 | If someone is listening to Mitch Unfiltered for the first time, they'll be interested to know how Scott earned the nickname "Hotshot" 20:33 | How much money would we save if we all just cancelled our monthly media subscriptions? 27:10 | Mitch makes his long-awaited return to air travel for a vacation and he has a few simple requests while he's gone. 41:08 | With the MLB trade deadline in the rearview mirror, did Dipoto do the right thing to balance the present with the future? 51:53 | GUEST: Charlie Plumb tells his story of surviving six years as a prisoner of war in Vietnam after his fighter jet was shot down over Hanoi. 1:29:41 | GUEST: Jim Moore jumps aboard to share some memories during his career as a sports writer and radio personality in Seattle. 2:09:00 | GUEST: Nicci Carr joins the show to talk about the emotional roller coaster ride in her role on the “Scoop There It Is” GEICO commercial with Tag Team. 2:31:16 | There is a new leader in the clubhouse for highest valued football card which will blow your mind. 2:33:13 | Seahawks training camp is underway and early storylines include an Eskridge injury and Taylor expectations. 2:40:48 | Evander Kane is facing serious allegations about sports gambling against his own team...by his wife! 2:44:46 | Scarlett Johansson is suing Disney for fifty million smackers for their streaming release of Black Widow after being promised a theatrical debut.
RUNDOWN To kick off today's show, Mitch scours through a pile of minidisks of interviews from years gone by before Scott chats about his afternoon at the T-Mobile Park followed by a opening of the Mitch Unfiltered mailbox. Then, the guys discuss the embarrassing start for Team USA basketball with a loss to France and the scrutiny aimed at the Kraken front office for their expansion draft selections. Three guests are 1996 Olympic decathlon gold medalist Dan O'Brien, former Seahawks executive Randy Mueller, and MLB draft expert Jim Callis. The “Other Stuff” segment features a variety of topics including an NFL training camp attendee watch, the ageless Nelson Cruz, and Bill Walton placing personal treasures up for sale! GUESTS Dan O'Brien | 1996 Olympic gold medal decathlete Randy Mueller | NFL Executive of the Year (2000) Jim Callis | MLB Pipeline senior writer TABLE OF CONTENTS 0:00 | Does anyone have a minidisk player so Mitch can listen to his pile of interview files from the past 25 years? 4:40 | Why the heck did it take Scott eight hours to go to a baseball game on Sunday? 9:49 | Listeners don't hold back with today's reading of the mailbag! 23:34 | Mitch hasn't caught a minute of Olympics coverage yet, but maybe that's a good thing considering the hoops team lost to France. 27:19 | Kraken insiders are skeptical about the crop of players the franchise selected for their inaugural season. 36:50 | GUEST: Dan O'Brien shares his story as a kid from Portland that became an Olympic gold medalist in the 1996 games in Atlanta. 1:15:09 | GUEST: Randy Mueller jumps aboard to chat about top Hawks training camp stories including Jamal Adams' contract situation. 1:37:56 | GUEST: Jim Callis weighs in on the 2021 MLB Draft class including M's top pick out of high school Harry Ford. 1:54:00 | Which notable NFL contract-seekers will or will not show up to training camp? 1:57:51 | It sure would be nice if the Mariners still had Boomstick in their lineup, even at age 41. 2:03:11 | The NFL is cracking down on coaches and players that refuse to get vaccinated. 2:08:02 | Bill Russell is auctioning off his NBA memorabilia which makes Mitch sad, but also interested.
RUNDOWN The boys are back together again and catch up after Hotshot's Hawaiian adventure. Then, the guys dive into some baseball chatter heading toward the All Star Break including the M's and Trevor Bauer story and the latest media drama involving Phil Mickelson. Three hand-picked "Best Of Mitch Unfiltered" guest segments today are the interviews with legendary QB Jim McMahon, inspiring head basketball coach at NC Central LeVelle Moton, and composer of Roundball Rock John Tesh. Today's "Other Stuff" segment includes topics such as Trevor Lawrence's money-making potential, fireworks, and Sha'Carri Richardson's weed ban by the Olympics. GUESTS Jim McMahon | Super Bowl winning NFL quarterback (released on June 29, 2020 - Episode 98) LeVelle Moton | NC Central men's basketball coach (released on June 1, 2020 - Episode 96) John Tesh | Music composer & author of autobiography Relentless (released on April 20, 2020 - Episode 88) TABLE OF CONTENTS 0:00 | Hotshot is golden brown after a week of basking in the Hawaiian sun. 15:15 | How many more years of Mitch Unfiltered until Scott quits hearing "Hey, what every happened to Mitch Levy?" from random people? 38:21 | Does the winning by the Mariners take away the sting of seeing Mike Zunino receive the All-Star nod? 46:14 | Outspoken Dodgers pitcher Trevor Bauer is facing serious allegations of domestic violence. 50:31 | Fresh off his PGA Championship victory, Phil is upset with Detroit media after a recent hit piece outlining a 2007 gambling incident. 59:30 | GUEST: Jim McMahon drops by to share some classic stories from his memorable football career. 1:34:09 | GUEST: College hoops coach LeVelle Moton shares his experience involving excessive force during a traffic stop. 2:06:54 | GUEST: John Tesh jumps aboard to chat about autobiography Relentless which details his entertainment career and battles with cancer & addiction. 2:35:15 | Trevor Lawrence inked his first pro deal with over $24 million guaranteed. 2:38:10 | The tragic death of Matiss Kivlenieks reminds Mitch why he wrap his arms around the love of lighting off fireworks. 2:43:43 | The NCAA is taking a step into unchartered waters by allowing athletes to make money using their name, image, and likeness. 2:45:06 | Pretty much everyone has jumped to Sha'Carri Richardson's defense about her marijuana suspension for the Olympics.
RUNDOWN At the beginning of the show, Mitch welcomes his special co-host while Hotshot is sunbathing in Hawaii...Joe Fann! Then, the guys riff about Seahawks tidbits, a facepalm-worthy fan moment at the Tour de France, and Kelenic's road back to the show. Three guests are recent UW grad and former drug addict Ginny Burton, openly gay college football player from Kansas State Scott Frantz, and TV actor Ted Lange most prominently known as Isaac the Bartender from The Love Boat. As always, the show wraps with the "Other Stuff" segment with featured topics such as Superman's nephew, Taijuan Walker, and Kevin Durant's petty personality on display. GUESTS Ginny Burton | Tacoma-native & UW class of 2021 Scott Frantz | Former Kansas State offensive lineman Ted Lange | TV actor/director on The Love Boat TABLE OF CONTENTS 0:00 | Esteemed member of the Seahawks No-Table Joe Fann joins Mitch Unfiltered in the virtual co-host chair in Cabo. 16:27 | Who the heck is Dave Hakstol? Apparently the first head coach of The Kraken. 23:57 | Should the Hawks offer a return-to-home deal for Bellevue HS alum and free agent David DeCastro? 26:06 | A sign-holding spectator at the Tour de France got too close to the action and caused a massive crash. 30:59 | An ejection of Mariners pitcher Hector Santiago earned him a spot in the record book of MLB notoriety. 43:27 | GUEST: Recent UW grad Ginny Burton shares her incredible story of overcoming homelessness and drug addiction to turning her life around with a college degree. 1:17:49 | GUEST: Scott Frantz weighs in on Carl Nassib's announcement as a gay man in the NFL and recalls when he told his teammates at Penn State. 1:36:59 | GUEST: Ted Lange hops aboard to share some memories as a cast-member in The Love Boat. 2:04:51 | Seven year old Tom claimed his uncle is Superman...turns out he wasn't wrong since he is the nephew of Henry Cavill. 2:06:29 | While Jacob deGrom is dominating every batter that steps up to the plate, fellow Met and for Mariner Taijuan Walker is having a heck of a season as well. 2:12:47 | North Carolina State baseball is stunned after finding out their College World Series bid is dashed thanks to COVID. 2:16:48 | Scottie Pippen is throwing shade at sensy-poo Kevin Durant for his inability to play team basketball.
RUNDOWN The guys are together again and wish they could just pick up and move to Arizona. Then, they chat about Mitch's favorite sports day of the year, Joe Musgrove's no-hitter, and open the listener mailbag. Three fantastic guests beginning with musician David Barrett, television writer & genius Rick Rosner, and a return of PGA golfer Ken Green. Later, Mitch and Scott check off their laundry list of other topics including the Friends reunion show, the LA Dodgers ring ceremony, and pricy sports memorabilia. GUESTS David Barrett | One Shining Moment songwriter Rick Rosner | TV writer & world’s third highest IQ ranking Ken Green | Former PGA golfer TABLE OF CONTENTS 0:00 | The Soden family is back from spring break in Arizona and both he and Mitch imagine moving down there for year-round sunshine. 17:59 | Masters Sunday just wrapped up with Hideki Matsuyama hanging on to his lead in the final holes. 25:35 | Joe Musgrove tossed the first no-hitter in Padres history on Friday and could barely hold in his enormous quantity of water during the game. 26:46 | Episode 136 generated tons of emails from the Mitch Unfiltered listeners on a variety of topics. 43:05 | GUEST: David Barrett checks in to recall his inspiration to write the classic song One Shining Moment which has become a staple in college basketball for over three decades. 1:08:13 | GUEST: Rick Rosner shares his unique story that led to his role as a writer for The Jimmy Kimmel Show, a controversial appearance on Who Wants to be a Millionaire, and the distinction as third smartest person. 1:33:53 | GUEST: Ken Green swings by for reaction to Hideki Matsuyama's victory in the 2021 Masters. 1:57:00 | The announcement for a Friends reunion was leaked by Matthew Perry aka Chandler. 1:59:23 | Dodgers players received their World Series rings and an introduction by their childhood baseball hero. 2:04:18 | A Babe Ruth handwritten letter to his mistress is up for auction for a cool quarter million. 2:07:05 | RIP Prince Philip and DMX...as everyone knows were longtime buds.
RUNDOWN The guys kick off today's show in separate locations as Hotshot is in Arizona again for youth basketball in the wake of a mushroom incident. Mitch chats about his recent MRI experience, the thrilling Gonzaga semifinal victory, and the frustrating exit by Jarran Reed from the Seahawks. Three guests are longtime Seattle sports media figure Jim Moore, television actress & teacher Nicci Carr, and seven-time golf world record holder Bob Kurtz. "Other Stuff" topics run the gamut from Super Mario Brothers, to the retirement of Roy Williams, to Aaron Rodgers' upcoming appearance on non-football primetime television! GUESTS Jim Moore | Former Seattle sports radio personality Nicci Carr | TV actress Bob Kurtz | Golf world record holder TABLE OF CONTENTS 0:54 | Scott's Daughter should take a page out of Mitch's anti-mushroom playbook after tonight's quesadilla fiasco. 5:58 | Michael Strahan duped everyone...especially Hotshot...with his April Fool's Day joke about his tooth gap fix. 10:09 | Become a Patron to have a listen to all the fun bonus Mitch Unfiltered content including the latest Stevie Nicks episode. 15:10 | Make sure to sign up for Mitch's Masters Pool at www.MitchUnfiltered.com! 28:10 | Mitch underwent his first MRI on Friday for his nagging back which reminded him of his claustrophobia. 33:46 | A listener sent a request laden with four-letter words that encourages the guys to use more foul language. 38:44 | Are you happy to see Gonzaga (and the weasel) advance to the national championship game? 45:25 | Jarran Reed's departure from Seattle leaves a sour taste in Mitch;s mouth. 56:08 | GUEST: Jim Moore jumps aboard to share some memories during his career as a sports writer and radio personality in Seattle. 1:35:04 | GUEST: Nicci Carr joins the show to talk about the emotional roller coaster ride in her role on the "Scoop There It Is" GEICO commercial with Tag Team. 1:57:14 | GUEST: Bob Kurtz also known as "Golf's Ironman" swings by to chat about his world records including his most recent feat. 2:18:20 | Shohei Ohtani and Cody Bellinger hit two of the most notable homers in the first weekend of the MLB season. 2:20:53 | A sealed copy of the original Mario game recently sold for $660K. 2:22:07 | Even though the MLB All Star Game won't be played in Atlanta this season, don't expect the Masters to follow suit. 2:24:19 | Legendary North Carolina basketball coach Roy Williams is hanging it up after over three decades in Chapel Hill. 2:26:19 | Aaron Rodgers will be the celebrity host of Jeopardy! this week.
RUNDOWN The show kicks off with listener emails including one that captures Scott's frustration about people not knowing this podcast exists. Then the guys share their candid reaction to the AFC and NFC championship games and the upcoming Super Bowl matchup between the Bucs and Chiefs and chat about the legacy of the late Hank Aaron and Larry King. Three great guests beginning with retired Navy captain Charlie Plumb followed by Husky hoops broadcaster Jason D. Hamilton and veteran NBA center Spencer Hawes. Later, the guys weigh in on miscellaneous topics ranging from Coach K lashing out at a reporter to a rare Unfiltered hockey story to Steph Curry's latest 3-point milestone. Enjoy! GUESTS Charlie Plumb | Retired United States Navy Captain Jason D. Hamilton | UW broadcaster & former Mitch Unfiltered co-host Spencer Hawes | Seattle-born NBA center TABLE OF CONTENTS 1:25 | How does Mitch Unfiltered get to the masses after being around for over two years? 9:33 | Has Pete Carroll earned the cred to stay at the helm as long as he wants? 21:31 | What did you make of championship Sunday and are you excited for Bucs/Chiefs? 38:26 | RIP to one of baseball's most iconic players Hammerin' Hank Aaron and broadcasting legend Larry King. 1:00:27 | GUEST: Charlie Plumb tells his story of surviving six years as a prisoner of war in Vietnam after his fighter jet was shot down over Hanoi. 1:38:38 | GUEST: Jason Hamilton is back to catch up on his whereabouts and how his family has adjusted to the new norms. 2:01:33 | GUEST: Spencer Hawes returns to the show to share some of his most memorable moments from his long NBA career. 2:23:56 | Coach K lashes out at a young reporter after a loss which rubs Mitch the wrong way. 2:33:48 | A new Guinness World Record in soccer reminds Mitch of something in hockey that amuses him. 2:36:04 | Steph Curry jumps into second place all time in three point buckets behind Ray Allen.
“Mitch Unfiltered” host Mitch Levy joins us to discuss being sponsored by Taco Time NW, the Tuesday Rush promotion (and the problems it caused with Chris Carson), the “Special” order label and much more. DOWNLOAD/STREAM TALKIN’ TACO TIME EP. 21 … Continue reading →
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Beat Migs. Mitch Levy from Mitch Unfiltered joins us to talk about the big Seahawks win on Sunday. See omnystudio.com/policies/listener for privacy information.
Wine Time Fridays is now legal to drink! In this episode, our 21st, we have guests for only the second time. Dear friends Heidi and Chris Cochran help Shelley and Phil taste through three wines from Rooted Family Wines (formally Elevage Wines) who are located in Paso Robles, California. They start out with the 2019 Engagement Rose’ (100% Grenache) move on to the 2019 California Girl, a blend of Viognier, Grenache Blanc and Roussanne and then round out the show with a gorgeous 2016 Lineage (100% Syrah). To taste these wines for yourself, and you will absolutely want to, visit https://elevagewines.com A big thanks to our sponsors: Social Media Summit Coeur d’Alene. Visit https://www.smwcda.com for more information on the Pacific Northwests longest running social media conference and the Social Media Summit Inner Circle. And of course, a HUGE thank you to Tod Hornby who wrote and recorded our official Wine Time Fridays theme music which is anything but average. Please contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org Mentions (in order of appearance): Steve, Rogers, Pizza and Pipes, Lancers, The Big Organ, Russell Mann, Rick Dees, Mark and Brian, Mitch Levy, SportsRadio 950 KJR, Brett Moury, John Brecher, Dottie Gaiter, John Travolta, Justin Bieber, Mitch Unfiltered, Seattle Supersonics, Nick Carita, Networking CDA and King Kube.Reception wine for episode: 2019 Protos VerdejoWines we drank this week: 2016 Charles Krug Merlot, 2018 Meomi Pinot Noir, 2019 ranga.ranga Sauvignon Blanc.Wines we drank last week but forgot to mention: 2017 Marchesi Biscardo Corvina della Provincia di Verona, 2018 Estancia Cabernet Sauvignon, 2017 Barossa Valley Estate Cabernet Sauvignon, 2016 Ruggeri Corsini Armujan Barbera d’Alba Superiore.Please visit https://winetimefridays.com
RUNDOWN Today's show kicks off with a complete report from Scott's weekend in the wilderness which reinforces Mitch's opposition to camping. Then, the guys chat about the main themes from the Apolo Ohno interview in Episode 103, open the Mitch Unfiltered mailbag, and have a chuckle at the short-lived Seahawks stint for Kemah Siverand. Three guests beginning with Rick Neuheisel followed by Seahawks ESPN insider Brady Henderson and closing out with molecular biologist Dr. Ali Nouri. "Other Stuff" topics range from Alex Smith's miraculous return to the NFL to the arrival of NBA's postseason to a story when nature called Mitch at an inconvenient time! GUESTS Rick Neuheisel | CBS Sports college football analyst Brady Henderson | ESPN Seahawks insider Dr. Ali Nouri | President of the Federation of American Scientists TABLE OF CONTENTS 0:00 | Hotshot shares the details from his camping adventures over the weekend. 19:42 | The guys draw parallels from the Apolo Ohno interview which they can relate to. 25:04 | Mitch opens the listener mailbox to address your questions. 30:49 | Hawks hopeful Kemah Siverand was shown the door after attempting to sneak a gal into the team hotel. 36:57 | GUEST: Rick Neuheisel weighs in on the college football season which continues to unravel, but still has a glimmer of hope. 58:08 | GUEST: Brady Henderson breaks down the first week of Seahawks training camp including first impressions of new acquisitions. 1:21:02 | GUEST: Dr. Ali Nouri shares his expert advise about how to navigate through traveling during the coronavirus 1:43:59 | A homeless Florida man was caught living in a soccer stadium suite for two weeks. 1:47:07 | Alex Smith has been cleared to play, but should he just quit while he's ahead? 1:48:49 | The LA Kings mascot Bailey is busted for sexual harassment of a fan. 1:51:03 | NBA Playoffs are upon us, are you ready? 1:54:34 | Pelicans coach Alvin Gentry has been fired which some see as a trend that has repeated itself over the years. 1:56:11 | Trent Williams' dangerous driving was a display of complete selfishness. 1:58:41 | The Ellen saga continues as details surface from previous guests about bizarre warnings before going on stage. 2:02:58 | We've all been there before...when you gotta go, you gotta go!
RUNDOWN Today's show begins with a proper introduction to the 2020 MLB season. Then, the guys give their reaction on the official unveiling of The Kraken before delving into their assessment of the Jamal Adams acquisition. Featured guests are Seattle native & TV celebrity Joel McHale, Seahawks insiders Brady Henderson & Joe Fann, and Dr. Eric Feigl-Ding. The "Other Stuff" segment covers the upcoming boxing matches for Mike Tyson and Nate Robinson, Lou Williams' bubble trouble, and a special version of "Athlete of the Week"! GUESTS Joel McHale | TV host & actor Brady Henderson | ESPN Seahawks insider Joe Fann | NBC Sports Northwest Seahawks reporter Dr. Eric Feigl-Ding | Harvard Epidemiologist & Senior Fellow at Federation of American Scientists TABLE OF CONTENTS 2:41 | Opening weekend of the baseball season isn't complete without listening to Dave Niehaus and singing some Wild Rover! 12:38 | The Betty Crocker rant in 101P begs the question...are Patron shows a bit different from the Monday episodes? 29:47 | Fauci's first pitch was so memorable, he gets his own baseball card! 31:10 | The past week of Mitch Unfiltered was chock full of goodies that is worth a quick look back. 36:55 | It's official, Seattle's NHL team is The Kraken...yay or nay? 41:08 | The guys give their gut reactions to the top NFL storyline over the weekend which involves the Seahawks and their acquisition of Jamal Adams. 1:15:43 | GUEST: Joel McHale jumps aboard to share some stories from his upbringing in Seattle and college days at UW in addition to his latest entertainment ventures. 1:48:09 | GUESTS: Brady Henderson and Joe Fann provide their perspectives on the trade with the Jets which sends all-world safety Jamal Adams to the Hawks. 2:09:01 | GUEST: Dr. Eric Feigl-Ding is back for a coronavirus check-up with current info on the global spread and potential timeline for a vaccine. 2:30:22 | Mike Tyson is going to dust off his gloves and will be stepping back in the ring at age 54 and Nate Robinson is on the undercard! 2:34:12 | Russell Wilson is picking up victories even in the offseason by welcoming in a baby boy named "Win". 2:34:44 | Arguing in baseball is taking a whole new life while adhering to social distancing protocol. 2:35:50 | Lou Williams exited the bubble to "pick up dinner" but magically ended up in strip club. 2:37:02 | Le'Veon Bell is upset with Jamal Adams for how their handshake agreement to build a winning team in New York didn't materialize. 2:38:13 | RIP Regis Philbin 2:42:00 | Athlete of the Week honors are presented to an NFL player making a bold decision.
RUNDOWN The 100th episode jumps out of the gate with a fitting "Stump the Band" question. Then, Mitch talks about the origin and evolution of the podcast and then reads some listener emails. Also, the live Zoom audience jumps in with Q&A. Three interviews beginning with the Zeke Faux's breakdown of the notorious Sean Murphy story, Redskins reporter with The Athletic Ben Standig, and golf writer John Hawkins. The "Other Stuff" segment covers the newest twist in the Quinton Dunbar story, Athlete of the Week honors to two heroic former college football players, and the aftermath of Desean Jackson's controversial social media post. GUESTS Zeke Faux | Bloomberg reporter Ben Standig | The Athletic Washington Redskins reporter John Hawkins | Golf writer TABLE OF CONTENTS 0:20 | What happened on March 2, 1962 in Hershey, Pennsylvania and how does it relate to the number 100? 22:20 | Scott is hooked on the new app Trivia Royale. 24:58 | Mitch shares the story about the genesis of the podcast nearly two years ago. 35:27 | The guys open up the listener mailbox and proceed to bash themselves over the head with the kind words. 55:28 | Members of the live Zoom audience jump in with some Q&A. 1:15:00 | GUEST: Zeke Faux shares the story of Boston thief Sean Murphy who stole the New York Giants Super Bowl rings after defeating his beloved Pats. 1:43:39 | GUEST: Ben Standig discusses the apparent upcoming name change of the Washington Redskins and his coincidental link to Mitch back in his D.C. days. 2:06:08 | GUEST: Golf writer John Hawkins weighs in on the polarizing young star Bryson Dechambeau and previews the remainder of the 2020 season. 2:26:05 | The latest "Woj-Bomb" was unlike any the ESPN NBA reporter has made before. 2:27:41 | Quinton Dunbar's lawsuit took a turn for the worse which casts doubt on his likelihood to suit up this season. 2:31:00 | A radio gig in Nashua opened up for hotshot after Dianna Ploss' racist tirade earned her a pink slip. 2:31:59 | Eminem latest song makes reference to Drew Brees' Twitter video that was heavily scrutinized. 2:33:07 | Usain Bolt's 200m world record was nearly broken...if only the sprinter ran the proper distance. 2:33:43 | Philip Banks and Dartanguan Alexander earn athlete of the week honors for the heroic display. 2:36:17 | Richard Sherman is angered by the league's statement that postgame jersey swapping will not be allowed. 2:37:20 | Desean Jackson was fined for his insensitive comments and was contacted by Julian Edelman with an offer.
RUNDOWN Mitch and Scott begin by remembering 1986 which you'll find out are characterized much differently! Then, they honor the late Tom Dempsey and his memorable 63 yard field goal. Also, with six years since his passing, Mitch tells some classic stories about his Dad and unveils the ground rules for an NCAA tournament style bracket challenge of best TV theme shows. Guests include Jorge E. Rodriguez M.D. to answer coronavirus FAQs, Ken Green to share some stories from playing in the Masters, and Spencer Hawes to chat about UW basketball. Last but not least, the guys run down their odds and ends including Rex Ryan's harsh words about Amari Cooper, rising popularity of odd entertainment options in the quarantine period, and delivering pizza to local heroes battling the virus. GUESTS Dr. Jorge Rodriguez | Researcher & Clinician Ken Green | Fomer PGA golfer Spencer Hawes | Veteran NBA center TABLE OF CONTENTS 0:00 | 1986 was a great year for "The Golden Bear"! 16:28 | RIP Tom Dempsey whose notable 63 yard game winning field goal still ranks as one of the greatest kicks in NFL history. 20:01 | Nominees for episode naming rights are surprisingly slim for number 86, so the guys get creative. 21:40 | Over three weeks into the quarantine lifestyle and it isn't getting easier! 26:03 | Mitch shares some stories of his Father including the NCAA tourney tradition whose passing was six years ago on the date of the recording. 40:49 | The guys lay down the rules for the Unfiltered TV Theme Song Bracket Challenge. 47:34 | GUEST: Well-regarded for his major network television and radio appearances, Dr. Jorge E. Rodriguez shares best practices to prevent contracting and spreading coronavirus. 1:02:39 | GUEST: With the 2020 Masters postponed, Ken Green stops by to share some stories from his several rounds at Augusta. 1:28:34 | GUEST: Spencer Hawes weighs in on Isaiah Stewart's departure from Montlake to the NBA and the complexity of "one-and-dones" at UW. 1:56:14 | Rex Ryan spouted harsh commentary toward Amari Cooper which many argue crossed the line. 1:59:14 | "Tiger King" is becoming increasingly difficult to avoid as the TV hit is sweeping the nation. 2:00:55 | Have we really reached the point of watching NBA stars play video games for entertainment? 2:03:30 | Robert Kraft whose image had been scarred in recent years is helping in the fight against coronavirus by providing 300,000 face masks to New York. 2:04:07 | Mitch Unfiltered is partnering with Zeeks to provide pizza to our local heroes on the health care front lines. 2:06:10 | Manchester City soccer player Kyle Walker is busted following an investigation that revealed a complete lack of compliance to social distancing.
RUNDOWN The guys begin by explaining how their families are staying occupied lately. Then, they jump into some "Tiger King" talk followed by reaction to the Seahawks latest free agent pickups. A four pack of guests beginning with ABC correspondent Kaylee Hartung who is recovering from coronavirus, NFL columnist and now radio host Jason La Canfora, Brody Mullins from The Wall Street Journal, & UW Softball's Heather Tarr. Featured in the "Other Stuff" segment today is an idea for a Mitch Unfiltered bracket challenge, unchanged norms in the coronavirus world, & the rendition of Kenny Rogers' "Lady"! GUESTS Kaylee Hartung | ABC News Correspondent Jason La Canfora | CBS Sports NFL columnist/105.7 The Fan Brody Mullins | The Wall Street Journal reporter Heather Tarr | UW Softball head coach TABLE OF CONTENTS 0:46 | How are the guys staying busy during the lockdown which may last longer than initially expected? 3:57 | The future of Mitch Unfiltered is in your hands and we kindly ask you follow some simple steps to keep the podcast rolling! 13:51 | As much as Scott wishes Episode 85 was named after Paul Johns, there are much better athletes in sports history that bore the number. 18:09 | Episode 84P's duet of "Lady" has elicited a variety of reaction from listeners. 25:17 | What the heck is "Tiger King" and why is the buzz about it inescapable? 30:55 | The acquisition of Quinton Dunbar and Phillip Dorsett may prove to be one of the biggest offseason steals in the league. 40:09 | GUEST: ABC's Kaylee Hartung discusses her bout with COVID-19 following her coverage in Kirkland and her quarantined life since. 1:05:09 | GUEST: Jason La Canfora chats about his new radio gig in Baltimore and addresses Clowney's status and the uncertainty surrounding the NFL league year. 1:33:46 | GUEST: Investigative reporter for The Wall Street Journal Brody Mullins breaks down the implications of the two trillion dollar stimulus bill signed by the federal government. 1:51:10 | GUEST: University of Washington softball coach Heather Tarr drops by to chat about her team's 2020 season which was cut short due to coronavirus and looking ahead to next year. 2:04:04 | Since we weren't able to get our bracket fix with the NCAA tourney, Mitch is open to arranging a contest ranking something that is near and dear to our hearts. 2:13:06 | RIP Jim Lambright & Curly Neal. 2:17:35 | Scott is reassured that not everything has changed due to coronavirus like state patrol radaring speeders and standard Twitter hate. 2:21:33 | The Los Angeles Rams have unveiled their new logo with mixed reaction, mostly negative. 2:23:53 | Most companies have been forgiving to customers and employees affected by coronavirus, but Scott found one that is not. 2:26:38 | Mike Hopkins snagged a Wichita State transfer and Washington native Erik Stevenson which adds depth to the Husky backcourt. 2:32:38 | In case you missed it on Episode 84P, we bring you Mitch & Scott's rendition of "Lady" by Kenny Rogers.
RUNDOWN With roughly 400 interviews throughout the history of the podcast, we comb through the archives to select four of the most memorable and put them together for a greatest hits style episode. This includes appearances by Army veteran Steven Elliott, Mitch's longtime friend John Bracken, 9/11 first responder Rob Serra, and PGA golfer Ken Green. These interviews will make you laugh, cry, and think - even if you've listened to them previously. Also, Mitch and Scott make sure they solve the pressing issue of episode naming rights for number 80 between a few notable wide receivers and the show closes with "Leaving this Town"! GUESTS Steven Elliott | Former U.S. Army Ranger John Bracken | Friend of Mitch Rob Serra | 9/11 first responder Ken Green | Former PGA golfer TABLE OF CONTENTS 16:24 | The guys mull over the decision of naming the episode after Jerry Rice or Steve Largent 22:40 | GUEST: Veteran United States Army Ranger Steven Elliott discusses his account of the friendly fire incident that claimed the life of Pat Tillman which he is alleged to have caused. 1:01:03 | GUEST: John Bracken tells the unforgettable story when he hosted Michael Jordan in Seattle during the 1996 NBA Finals. 1:27:01 | GUEST: Former New York firefighter Rob Serra tells the story responding to the 9/11 attacks and the long-term health effects he and his colleagues are facing. 1:56:41 | GUEST: PGA golfer Ken Green chronicles the highs and lows of his life that have pushed his will to the limit to maintain hope. 2:51:33 | The show wraps up with the Mitch's Melody in Episode 6 "Leavin this Town".
RUNDOWN The guys begin today's show with the latest shenanigans in Scott's Daughter's youth hoops league. Then, they move to some college hoops chatter including an incredible stat about the Duke/UNC rivalry and Bobby Knight's return to Bloomington. Interviews include Jason La Canfora, Seattle hockey reporter Andy Eide, Hoosiers writer for Indy Star Zach Osterman, and Dr. Eric Feigl-Ding from Harvard University to discuss the coronavirus outbreak. The "other stuff segment" features some Twitter talk, media turmoil regarding Kobe Bryant, and the unusual fashion trends! GUESTS Jason La Canfora | CBS Sports NFL national columnist Andy Eide | Seattle hockey writer Zach Osterman | Indy Star Dr. Eric Feigl-Ding | Harvard University TABLE OF CONTENTS 1:01 | Hotshot reads a few colorful reviews from the Mitch Unfiltered mailbag. 13:00 | Some of the great athletes that wore number 78 are revealed as nominees for Episode naming rights. 16:37 | There is some shadiness with Scott's Daughter's youth basketball league. 21:10 | The first Seattle Dragons game is in the books and the result was not so hot. 25:40 | Brace yourself for one of the most unbelievable sports statistics you may ever hear that made the rounds over the weekend. 30:13 | Notorious college basketball coach Bobby Knight made an emotional return to the Hoosier faithful on Saturday twenty years after his heated departure. 40:38 | GUEST: Jason La Canfora puts a bow on the 2019-2020 NFL season with thoughts on the Chiefs championship and a look ahead to the offseason QB free agent market. 59:14 | GUEST: Andy Eide provides an update on the status of NHL in Seattle including team name rumors, arena construction progress, and projected ticket prices. 1:17:13 | GUEST: Zach Osterman discusses how Indiana basketball has reunited with its historic coach Bob Knight following his firing two decades ago. 1:37:16 | GUEST: Dr. Eric Feigl-Ding shares details of the deadly coronavirus outbreak which originated in China and has spread to the United States. 1:50:47 | Scott has two new Twitter followers he is quite proud of. 1:56:13 | Was Gayle King out of line for re-hashing Kobe Bryant's rape trial in 2003 in the wake of his death? 2:10:13 | Mitch is fascinated with the fashion trends of today's youth which he observes in his own household. 2:15:15 | For the second straight week, an "Anti-Athlete of the Week" Award is divvied out in addition to the standard "Athlete of the Week" honors.
RUNDOWN The guys begin today’s show with reaction to the devastating news of Kobe Bryant's death. Then, a familiar Seahawks story involving Mike Holmgren, Tim Ruskell, and a certain guard is told. Mitch and Scott then delve into their youth basketball filled weekends and their interesting observations from the cheap seats. Also, how much is Coach Hop to blame for the Huskies rough stretch? Guests include former NBA vet and hoops analyst Eldridge Recasner to reflect on Kobe Bryant's life, Grinnell College basketball cult hero Jack Taylor, auto racing legend Willy T. Ribbs, & NFL player and current analyst Ross Tucker for a Super Bowl LIV preview. Later on, the guys run down a laundry list of topics including their SB LIV picks, Eli Manning's retirement, and the Athlete of the Week winner! GUESTS Eldridge Recasner | PAC-12 Network basketball analyst Jack Taylor | Grinnell College basketball alum Willy T. Ribbs | Former auto racing driver Ross Tucker | NFL analyst TABLE OF CONTENTS 0:00 | Mitch and Scott talk about the deeply saddening news of Kobe Bryant's death and the legacy he left on and off the basketball court. 16:13 | Notable 76s for episode naming nominations are thrown around including a polarizing former Seahawk. 20:29 | Scott is fired up about something he saw at his Daughter's basketball game that makes him look like "get off my lawn" guy. 23:13 | Mitch describes how his Son's team violated his number one pet peeve of late game management which leads him into a classic story involving his Father and Brother back in 1970. 31:32 | How should the blame pie be divvied up for the struggling Husky basketball team? 43:30 | GUEST: Eldridge Recasner joins the podcast with a thought on Kobe Bryant's legacy in the wake of his tragic death. 58:14 | GUEST: Grinnell College alum Jack Taylor swings by to discuss his record-setting 2012 season which featured an 138 point game and his outlook of basketball in present day. 1:27:11 | GUEST: Legendary racecar driver Willy T. Ribbs jumps aboard to tell his courageous story featured in the new film "Uppity: The Willy T. Ribbs Story". 1:52:52 | GUEST: NFL analyst Ross Tucker previews the SB LIV matchup and weighs in on Eli Manning's retirement. 2:08:48 | The guys make their official pick to win the Super Bowl (subject to change). 2:11:39 | Are you on the Zion Williamson hype train or is this just a flash in the pan? 2:14:54 | A little tennis talk finds its way onto Mitch Unfiltered with a thought on Coco Gauff's charm and a dicey situation turned good by Rafael Nadal. 2:18:15 | The Antonio Brown saga continues with his latest burglary and assault charge upon which he has turned himself in to authorities. 2:24:42 | Should Eli Manning be enshrined in Canton? The guys share their opinions. 2:28:30 | "Athlete of the Week" honors are doled out and the winner is perhaps the youngest yet!
Bryan & Eric Wright welcome Seattle morning sports radio and his podcast that airs Monday Mitch Unfiltered. This huge game of the week was flexed to SNF. This is not just for the division but for the number one seed and a week off that both teams desperately need to make a run in the playoffs . Niners Radio is a classy broadcast so if you think this will be a bash fest this is not the show you expect but I guess a little bickering is a state of normal when these two teams collide. Come join us at 7pm with Mitch on at 8pm PT
RUNDOWN The guys rush home from Daniel's downtown to recap the pivotal Monday Night Football win against the Vikings. They chat about the highs and lows from the game as Seattle moves into first place in the NFC West. Today's guests include Rick Neuheisel to weigh in on Chris Petersen's resignation from Washington and the latest college football playoff contenders heading into conference championship weekend. Movie Mogul Max jumps aboard to break down the top holiday flicks. Darren Urban from ArizonaCardinals.com also joins the show to discuss Josh Shaw's suspension by the NFL for betting on games...against his own team! Finally, the guys close out with a thought on Coach Pete's departure, Mike Leach, a very unusual occurrence for Mitch's Dolphins on Sunday...and no, it wasn't the fact that they won the game! GUESTS Rick Neuheisel | CBS Sports college football analyst Movie Mogul Max | Mitch's son Max - esteemed film critic Darren Urban | ArizonaCardinals.com TABLE OF CONTENTS 0:00 | Thanks to you, the loyal Mitch Unfiltered listeners for another rowdy night of delicious food, drinks, and a Seahawks win at Daniel's Broiler! 20:53 | The guys recap their Thanksgiving weekend, specifically the foods they did and did not eat. 27:28 | Mitch and Scott react to another thrilling primetime victory for the Hawks placing them atop the NFC West. 51:40 | GUEST: Rick Neuheisel weighs in on Coach Pete's resignation from UW and the latest college football playoff contenders. 1:32:40 | GUEST: Movie Mogul Max returns to share his expert film reviews for the holiday blockbusters. 1:49:16 | GUEST: Darren Urban discusses the suspension of Cardinals DB Josh Shaw by the NFL for betting on games he was playing in. 1:59:17 | Mitch and Scott discuss their reactions when they heard the news of Coach Pete leaving the Huskies.
RUNDOWN Mitch begins the show by reflection on year one of the podcast in the books. Then, the guys chat about the current subscription-based media environment. With the Seahawks idle, did their playoff stance improve or decline? Guests include golfer Fred Couples, Rick Neuheisel, college athlete lawyer in the James Wiseman case Richard Johnson, and author of "When it Mattered Most" Kevin Ticen. The "other stuff" segment covers topics ranging from the Garrett/Rudolph incident, Kaepernick workout, cheating Astros, and most importantly...ranch on Taco Time tacos! GUESTS Fred Couples | PGA golfer Rick Neuheisel | CBS Sports Analyst Richard Johnson | College athlete rights lawyer Kevin Ticen | Author of "When it Mattered Most" TABLE OF CONTENTS 0:00 | Mitch Unfiltered has reached a notable milestone with the release of Episode 66, what could it be? 6:44 | Everything seems to come with a fee these days...including watching Husky hoops. 13:48 | The Seahawks were supposed to be leading the NFC West until the Cardinals decided to screw everything up! 26:24 | No free tacos at Taco Time this Tuesday due to the bye week, but that won't stop Mitch from swinging by...and don't forget the ranch sauce! 34:23 | Mitch & Scott share their thoughts on the helmet bash by Myles Garrett that swept the sports nation over the past few days. 47:41 | Colin Kaepernick participated in a private workout in front of NFL scouts on Saturday, but does he really want to get back in the league? 51:48 | How did Sunday's results shake up the NFC playoff picture as it pertains to the Hawks? 1:00:10 | GUEST: Fred Couples swings by to catch up on his golf career in his first appearance on the podcast. 1:20:23 | GUEST: Rick Neuheisel reviews the weekend in college football including losses by two previous undefeated teams and a season-ending injury to Tua. 1:44:07 | GUEST: Attorney Richard Johnson breaks down the details of James Wiseman's suspension by the NCAA and how he is working to get his client back on the court. 2:08:13 | GUEST: Kevin Ticen joins the podcast to talk about his book "When it Mattered Most" which chronicles the Seattle Metropolitans as the city prepares for a return of the NHL. 2:26:17 | Hotshot was at McChord AFB this weekend to showcase his tremendous talent for a hoops tourney. 2:29:29 | Does Alabama stand a chance with Tua done for the season? 2:32:36 | Which side of the fence are you on regarding the Monmouth guard stealing the ball for a late bucket in their blowout loss by Kansas? 2:36:14 | The list of the 100 greatest NFL teams was released and there are a few that made the cut which captures Mitch's attention. 2:41:03 | Mitch isn't a big James Harden fan, and his 41-shot night didn't improve his opinion either. 2:43:39 | More details about the Houston Astros sign stealing during the 2017 World Series have surfaced which piles on to the already shady story.
RUNDOWN Today's episode begins with a story about an Apple "Air Drop" fail that left over one hundred travelers stranded. This leads to a discussion about sifting through listener critiques. Then, the guys share their takeaways from the Seahawks 30-16 loss to the Ravens and the Huskies defeat from rival Oregon. Brady Henderson and Michael Bumpus join Mitch for a Seahawks roundtable discussion. Also, Rick Neuheisel of CBS Sports, Huskies play-by-play broadcaster Tony Castricone and Todd Leabo of Sports Radio 810 WHB in Kansas City are featured guests. Later, Mitch and Hotshot volley topics including Zion Williamson, Athlete of the Week honors, and another example of Mitch's superior rap skills! GUESTS Brady Henderson/Michael Bumpus | ESPN Seahawks insider/Football analyst Rick Neuheisel | CBS Sports college football analyst Tony Castricone | UW play-by-play broadcaster Todd Leabo | Sports Radio 810 WHB - Kansas City TABLE OF CONTENTS 5:46 | The guys clear out the Mitch Unfiltered mailbag by addressing recent emails, tweets, Air Drops, and more! 20:22 | The lackluster list of 62s in sports history is revealed and Mitch teases his choice for episode naming rights 21:59 | Mitch and Hotshot provide their thoughts on the Seahawks loss to Baltimore on Sunday. 37:37 | The guys rewind to Saturday's rivalry matchup between Washington and Oregon which the Dawgs let slip through their hands down the stretch. 52:40 | Brady Henderson and Michael Bumpus join Mitch for a Seahawks roundtable to break down the 30-16 victory for the Ravens in Seattle on Sunday afternoon. 1:14:49 | Rick Neuheisel picks up the pieces from a disappointing result at Montlake as the Huskies fall to Oregon and also recaps other college football action over the weekend. 1:44:10 | Tony Castricone shares his perspective from the booth on Saturday as the Dawgs lost to Oregon 35-31 courtesy of a late Ducks touchdown. 2:03:15 | Todd Leabo presents the latest prognosis for Patrick Mahomes' knee injury and if the Chiefs can tread water in his absence. 2:21:19 | Will Zion Williamson's knees hold up as his NBA debut is up in the air given his latest injury? 2:26:08 | Mitch hands out his Athlete of the Week award to an inspirational young man from The University of Minnesota. 2:28:54 | Aaron Rodgers joined an exclusive club in NFL history following his five touchdown performance against the Raiders on Sunday. 2:31:07 | A loyal Mitch Unfiltered listener shared his latest tradition of celebrating Taco Time Tuesday. 2:46:16 | Mitch throws down a few verses from his favorite rapper Gucci Mane who lost a six-figure bet to Drake during last season's NBA playoffs.
RUNDOWN Episode 55 kicks off with initial thoughts to the Seahawks taking over national sports headlines in their acquisition of Jadeveon Clowney. Before fully delving into football chatter, Mitch gets sappy about something he saw during the U.S. Open. Then, Mitch & Scott react to the surprising Hawks roster moves that took place this weekend. Also covered in the first segment are Jacob Eason's stellar Husky debut and Justin Verlander's no-hitter which reminded Mitch of something less pleasing to the eye. Guests include Texans writer for The Athletic Aaron Reiss and Hawks insider Brady Henderson to share both sides of the Jadeveon Clowney trade. Also, UW play-by-play announcer Tony Castricone drops in to discuss the Dawgs home opener vs. Eastern. Later, Mitch shares something he hates about Twitter and a few items he likes and Hotshot has trouble with matching names to the right people. Finally, the guys articulate their emotions as the news of Tyler Skaggs death recently surfaced and close out with takeaways to week one of the college football season. GUESTS Aaron Reiss | Texans writer for The Athletic Brady Henderson | ESPN Seahawks writer Tony Castricone | Washington Huskies Play by Play TABLE OF CONTENTS 0:00 | Mitch has a theory about football numbers and the type of players that should be wearing them. 3:54 | The guys share tricks of the trade to easily access Mitch Unfiltered anywhere with football season underway! 14:15 | The list of notable 55s is presented as candidates for the naming of today’s episode. 15:55 | Mitch gets sappy about something he saw in professional tennis over the weekend. 21:25 | Jadeveon Clowney is a Seahawk! 30:40 | Surprised about the Hawks linebacker crew that made the cut? 33:45 | Justin Verlander tossed his third no-hitter joining an elite company, but an infamous Tweet that surfaced years ago is Mitch's lasting memory of the Astros ace. 38:49 | Jacob Eason captured the imagination of Husky fans with his debut performance on Saturday against Eastern Washington. 46:05 | Aaron Reiss weighs in on the Jadeveon Clowney deal from a Houston perspective and the other roster moves the Texans made. 1:03:09 | Brady Henderson checks in to discuss the final roster heading into week one and the blockbuster deal that brings Jadeveon Clowney to Seattle. 1:27:18 | Tony Castricone shares the sights and sounds from the booth at Husky Stadium on Saturday in the home opener for the Dawgs. 1:45:25 | Mitch shares his latest likes and dislikes on Twitter. 1:50:02 | Scott reveals some recent brain-farts he has had with names. 1:52:12 | The autopsy results of Angels pitcher Tyler Skaggs create a mix of emotions that are difficult to articulate and make sense of. 1:57:45 | Jalen Hurts dominated in his first game as a Sooner and Mitch is sick of Clemson/Alabama.
RUNDOWN The guys kick off the show with some musical memories as Hotshot is returning from a concert at The Gorge. They reluctantly run down the candidates for Episode 52's naming rights. Then, first impressions from the Seahawks season opener are shared which was dominated by rookie debuts. Today's guests are golfer Ken Green whose remarkable story is a must-listen, Seahawks insider Brady Henderson, and NFL national writer Jason La Canfora. Later, a few screws are loose in Antonio Brown's head. The Yankees GM was the victim of an unfortunate misunderstanding and multi-tasking while driving recently earned friend of the podcast Peter King a ticket. Finally, the guys close the show with an opinion on Dabo Swinney's hard line on quarterback transfer Kelly Bryant receiving a ring from last season's national title. GUESTS Ken Green | Pro golfer & author of "Hunter of Hope" Brady Henderson | ESPN Seahawks insider Jason La Canfora | NFL reporter for CBS Sports TABLE OF CONTENTS 0:00 | Hotshot rushed back from The Gorge to record Episode 52 which reminds Mitch of a family road trip memory. 6:02 | The guys are embarrassed to share who they saw at their first concert. 20:51 | Episode 52 naming nominees are announced and the clear winner is someone neither Mitch nor Scott are a fan of. 24:29 | First blush reaction to the Seahawks preseason opener on Thursday. 40:41 | Ken Green shares his story of tragedy and triumph outlined in his new book "Hunter of Hope". 1:31:25 | Hawks reporter Brady Henderson weighs in on Seahawks first preseason game including rookie debuts and injury updates. 1:55:32 | Jason La Canfora discusses top NFL storylines as he makes his way through training camps across the league. 2:18:08 | Antonio Brown is in the news again and if you thought freezing his feet was bad, he is raising the bar with his latest issue. 2:21:02 | Yankees general manager Brian Cashman had a run-in with the authorities that could have ended ugly. 2:24:08 | The guys chat about ill-advised behavior while driving as frequent Mitch Unfiltered guest Peter King was pulled over in the middle of an interview. 2:27:45 | Dabo Swinney is denying Kelly Bryant a national championship ring due to his midseason transfer last season after losing his starting gig.
RUNDOWN Episode number fifty! Well...sort of. Today's show features Part 1 of a two-part interview of Mitch with Hotshot Scott as the moderator. Before they delve in, they hit a few quick topics including the Jarran Reed suspension and Earl Thomas' comments about his infamous departure from the Hawks. Football analyst Ross Tucker weighs in on the NFL's complicated policies regarding the reprimanding of players. From there, the stage is all Hotshot's and he starts with asking Mitch about his family of origin. They proceed to his experience at Syracuse and first jobs in broadcasting Mitch pursued. Mixed in are fun stories and the standard dose of banter you'd expect in the fifty (or so) episodes of Mitch Unfiltered thus far. Keep an ear out for Part 2 coming soon! GUEST Ross Tucker | NFL analyst TABLE OF CONTENTS 3:04 | The guys set the stage for Part 1 of a two-part interview of Mitch by Hotshot Scott. 8:13 | Candidates for naming Episode 50 are revealed and they are much more prominent than a few in the high-40s! 25:32 | Did the league office handle Jarran Reed's suspension properly? 36:59 | How will Earl Thomas' recent comments that reinforce his intent to aim his middle finger at Pete affect his relationship with the Seahawks organization down the road? 48:41 | Ross Tucker shares his opinion on the NFL league office and its inconsistency with the suspensions it assigns to players for various offenses. 1:03:11 | The interview of Mitch begins where it should...the Levy household in South Florida. 1:06:48 | Mitch describes how his Mother made great sacrifices for her family and his gratitude for how she approached living in a household of competitive boys. 1:10:14 | A passion for his craft, Mitch's Father was a successful lawyer whose zeal was evident in all facets of life. 1:12:43 | What drew Mitch to Syracuse and become his university of choice? 1:19:59 | Scott hits reverse in his line of interview questions and asks Mitch about his high school days. 1:24:06 | When did broadcasting become the career choice Mitch was captivated by? 1:27:57 | Mitch discusses his first jobs and ties in a classic Rodney Dangerfield story. 1:35:30 | When did Mitch catch his "big break" and how do Don Rickles and Larry King fit in that window of time? 1:56:18 | A memorable Levy family vacation finds its way into the progression of the interview. 2:01:45 | What led to Mitch crossing paths with Tony Kornheiser in his early years of broadcasting?
RUNDOWN Today's jam-packed episode begins with finding out that Hotshot was duped by a parody OJ Simpson Twitter account. The guys set the table for what to expect on Mitch Unfiltered moving forward. Mitch and Scott react to free agency news in the NBA which features Brooklyn landing Kyrie and KD. Where will Kawhi end up? Guests include former Husky and recent first round NBA draft pick Matisse Thybulle, Vanderbilt baseball National Champion from Bellevue Ethan Paul, and sports gambling writer for ESPN David Purdum. Movie Mogul Max is back by popular demand to provide three hard-hitting box office breakdowns. Later, Mitch and Scott chat about the United States Women's World Cup team that is on the brink of another championship, but in doing so has rubbed many people the wrong way during the tournament. Finally, the episode is dedicated not to an athlete that wore jersey #46, rather a PGA golfer who was victorious over the weekend and tragically is unable to share with his parents and girlfriend. GUESTS Matisse Thybulle | Former Husky, current Sixers small forward Ethan Paul | Vanderbilt NCAA Baseball Champion, Bellevue native David Purdum | ESPN Sports Gambling writer TABLE OF CONTENTS 0:13 | Scott was duped by a parody O.J. Simpson account 6:40 | Mitch puts Hotshot under the podcast polygraph test, does he pass? 17:39 | The guys step into a time machine and reminisce about when they first met at the radio station. 21:58 | Scott reveals why he has not played fantasy football since the late 80s. 25:46 | Mitch presents an idea for the next Daniel's Broiler listener event, are you in? 30:03 | The guys discuss the direction of the podcast moving forward and the benefits this format offers as opposed to radio. 40:05 | Even though we don't have an NBA team in Seattle, the NBA free agency frenzy is fascinating. 51:02 | Matisse Thybulle discusses his whirlwind draft experience, career with the Huskies, and outlook heading into his rookie season with the Sixers. 1:02:54 | Bellevue native Ethan Paul shares his story that began in the Northwest and has taken him to Nashville where he is a National Champion with Vanderbilt Baseball and draft choice of the Pittsburgh Pirates. 1:18:15 | David Purdum uncovers the evolving landscape of sports gambling including reaction to the first month where Nevada was not the top gambling state in the country. 1:32:15 | Movie Mogul Max drops by to critique three summer blockbusters 1:41:24 | Which notable athletes in sports history had their careers cut short due to injuries? 1:43:55 | Are you a soccer fan and if so, are you rooting for the United States Women's National Team given some polarizing behavior by some of the players during the World Cup? 1:49:00 | Nate Lashley gets the nod not only for winning the Rocket Mortgage Classic this weekend, but for persevering through a life-changing event he faced in college.
RUNDOWN Hotshot Scott is back with Mitch for an episode chock full of colorful storylines. They rewind to chat about some recent Mitch Unfiltered topics that have received some buzz. Scott shares an interesting NBA Draft nugget. Mitch is stunned OJ Simpson is on Twitter but even more shocked at the video he posted. The guys weigh in on Cam Newton's flight debacle. Today's guests include Seahawks reporter Brady Henderson, the venerable Ben Wright, and NBA Draft writer Kyle Boone. Later, Mitch and Scott realize they've been duped when they uncover #LiesYourParentsToldYou. It was a bittersweet moment for both Huskies taken in the NBA Draft. Despite Jaylen Nowell being selected in the middle of the second round, would a third year on Montlake have been a wiser choice for the long-term? GUESTS Brady Henderson | ESPN Seahawks reporter Ben Wright | Legendary golf commentator Kyle Boone | CBS Sports NBA Draft writer TABLE OF CONTENTS 0:56 | Podcast protocol that seems unnecessary 4:39 | Teaser for Episode 45-P 11:55 | Mitch reflects on the departure of J-Ham and the way it was intended to come across. 14:53 | The guys wrap up the commentary that arose from the interview with 9/11 first responder Rob Serra. 20:48 | Well-known 45s...but not quite accomplished enough to have the show named after them. 26:08 | Scott shares an interesting stat about overall #1 picks in the NBA Draft. 30:10 | Mitch has his reservations about Zion and the expectations heaped on him. 32:02 | OJ Simpson is new to Twitter and he isn't off to a great start as he announces he is using the platform because he has "a little gettin' even to do". 36:24 | Pass interference can now be challenged in the NFL - do you like this rule change? 40:22 | Cam Newton offered $1,500 cash for a little extra leg-room on a long flight, but was given the stiff arm. 53:10 | Brady Henderson breaks down the action that took place at the VMAC during Seahawks minicamp as the team completed its final organized workouts leading up to training camp. 1:12:43 | Ben Wright recaps the a golf major like no one else can, in this case the 2019 U.S. Open. 1:35:34 | Kyle Boone weighs in on the 2019 NBA Draft - what are his expectations for this rookie class? 1:54:28 | The guys address some familiar lies your parents told you. How long does gum stick around in your system if swallowed? Is there a law against turning on your cabin light in your car while driving? 2:00:00 | Le'Veon Bell left his house for a workout and when he returned, there was over a million dollars in cash, jewelry, and clothes gone...as well as the two naked girls that were in his bed. 2:04:00 | Jason Vargas threatened to "knock you the f*** out" to a reporter. 2:05:53 | It was an emotional night for Thybulle and Nowell who were unable to share the moment with both parents and how would this year's team have looked if Jaylen had returned?
RUNDOWN Mitch & J-Ham tee off today's episode with reaction to the U.S. Open which featured a first-time major winner, a near-three peat, and some frowned-upon behavior by some of golf's biggest names. With three down and one to go, the guys update you on the standings of the Mitch Unfiltered Majors Challenge. Guests include 9/11 first responder Rob Serra, ESPN NBA writer Kevin Pelton, & author Anya Kamenetz. Later, they dive into the Anthony Davis trade & how the Lakers fit into the list of contenders next season. Also, the guys pull out their crystal ball to predict how Golden State management will handle the contracts of their two injured stars. Finally, Jason D. makes an announcement that will shake things up on Mitch Unfiltered. GUESTS Rob Serra | 9/11 first responder & advocate for the Victim Compensation Fund Kevin Pelton | Seattle-based NBA writer for ESPN Anya Kamenetz | Author of The Art of Screen Time: How Your Family Can Balance Digital Media and Real Life TABLE OF CONTENTS 7:07 | How did Movie Mogul Max's mitigation letter for "the rolling stop" turn out? 15:40 | Episode 44 - let's name it! 18:28 | Gary Woodland keeps his composure down the stretch to fend off Brooks Koepka who played with what looked like a wad of tobacco in his mouth in the 119th U.S. Open. 25:36 | Golfers behaving badly: Patrick Reed releases inner Bo Jackson after errant shot and Spieth lashes out at caddy. 31:45 | Update on the Mitch Unfiltered Majors Challenge. 36:26 | Jon Stewart blasts Congress for not extending the 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund. 45:10 | 9/11 first responder Rob Serra shares his heroic story at Ground Zero and the lifechanging impact it has had nearly two decades later. 1:00:54 | ESPN's Kevin Pelton weighs in on the trade sending Anthony Davis to the Lakers for Ball, Ingram, Hart, and the number four pick in the draft. Will it pay off for LA? 1:14:49 | Author Anya Kamenetz discusses parenting strategies in the digital age outlined in her book The Art of Screen Time: How Your Family Can Balance Digital Media and Real Life. 1:26:20 | The Unibrow & King James unite in Lala-land - are they instant title favorites next season? 1:30:25 | The Warriors front office has a major dilemma on their hands...what's next for KD & Klay? 1:32:28 | J-Ham makes an announcement that will impact Mitch Unfiltered moving forward.
RUNDOWN Today's show leads off with a tribute to Mom on this Mother's Day. The guys then try to make sense of some recurring Mitch Unfiltered technical issues to the best of their ability. Mitch & J-Ham name the show and address the big news from the VMAC this week - is the door fully closed on Baldwin's football career? Interview focal points include Seahawks recent defensive line acquisitions and potential impact rookies. Also, an NBA conference finals sneak peek and draft overview. Later, they look into their crystal ball to predict the likely next stage of Jaylen Nowell & Matisse Thybulle's hoops careers and they can't end the show without mentioning the high school sprinter sensation from Texas all over Twitter. GUESTS Dave Birkett - Detroit Free Press Will Ansah be healthy by the start of the season? Expectations of Ziggy at this stage of his career Brady Henderson - ESPN Seahawks Reporter Player profile of new acquisition Al Woods Chances of Baldwin returning to the league Schneider & Carroll are capable of going on a shopping spree given the current cap situation - will they? Mini-camp wrap up - rookies that turned heads Kevin Pelton - ESPN NBA Writer Conference Finals preview Top free agents in the offseason - who are they and where are they likely to go? NBA Draft overview including projections for local prospects Thybulle & Nowell
The guys are back and they run the gamut of topics in Episode 38 including a silly story about a well-known number thirty-eight around these parts. J-Ham relives his tale in the transfer portal with the topic fresh in everyone's minds about the UW quarterbacks who entered earlier in the week, they take care of some Mitch Unfiltered "bitness", and the episode is named. Also, Mitch recaps his weekend in Portland where he and his sons attended the quadruple overtime thriller in Moda Center, they weigh in on the controversial finish at The Kentucky Derby, and some initial thoughts about the opening days of Seahawks rookie mini camp. Guests included in this episode: Peter King | NFL writer for NBC Sports Corey Brock | Seattle-based MLB writer for The Athletic Lauren Kirschman | Washington Huskies beat writer for The News Tribune
Mitch & Jason announce some "uncomfortable" realities & changes to the "Mitch Unfiltered" model coming on April 1st. They also announce a new golf contest with the grand prize - a trip for 2 with them to play PEBBLE BEACH in July. GUEST: NY Times Best Selling Author Monte Burke - "Nick Saban - The Making of a Coach" Plus tons more: - Bracket update (J-Ham says he is 16 for 16) - Bird or Kareem? - Did officials swallow the whistles in favor of DUKE? - Unfiltered Bracket Pool leaders call in to the show - Final thoughts on 2019 Washington Huskies - What will Nowell do? - Washington State's new head coach - AAF about to fold? - Baseball Opening Day - Baseball's oddsmakers favorites
J-Ham takes a break from Vegas debauchery to co-host Episode 30 with Mitch. Among the discussions: a tone-deaf Pac 12 commissioner, the college admission national scandal, the NFL free agency/trading frenzy PLUS Mitch brings to the podcast his popular NCAA Tournament coaches interview series with 3 fascinating stories/guests. But wait, there's more: - J-Ham reveals his excruciating pain while making Episode 29 - Mitch ties his son's ongoing college selection process to the national admission scandal - Mitch Unfiltered listeners are split about naming Ep 29 after Earl Thomas - Mitch's "Unfiltered Madness" bracket contest is filling up with great prizes - Mitch & J-Ham rank their favorite local and national golf courses - Is it possible that the Cleveland Browns are now the NFL's most interesting team? - If Nick Foles is worth $22M per season before gambling dollars infiltrate NFL, how much is Russell Wilson worth after? - How will the Dawgs do at the Pac-12 Tourney in Vegas? - Listener tweets/email
Jason D Hamilton's wife Michelle makes her "Mitch Unfiltered" debut to respond to her husband's delivery of the Benson Hotel flooding controversy. Plus John Schneider's state of the Seahawks address at the NFL Combine, Mitch sticks his neck out on Huskies' NCAA seed, and discusses the possibility (or lack thereof) of KJR personalities visiting "Mitch Unfiltered". 14:35 Mitch offer to unblock Twitter accounts 17:35 Episode 26 -- Wade Boggs or Rod Woodson 27:12 Mitch has former Sonics owner Barry Ackerley to thank for his KJR job 33:33 J-Ham calls Mitch a "chore" and blasts him for his texting technique 38:30 Mitch goes out on an NCAA limb about Huskies seeding 48:40 John Schneider talks at NFL Combine; Mitch/J-Ham react 58:30 Will Hugh Millen (or other KJR personalities) be on podcast 59:45 Russell Westbrook complains about kid touching him 1:07:50 GUEST J-Ham's wife Michelle gives her side to The Benson Hotel flooding fiasco
Mitch & J-Ham's squabble ends in Mitch's 1st curse word in Unfiltered history. Topics: Video of the show, changing of the guards, Clemson's BMOC, NFL underdogs, NHL All Star game in Seattle. Jason LaCanfora (CBS) & NFL analytics guru Warren Sharp throw Schotty under the bus. LaCanfora questions Packers coaching hire. College basketball Jeff Goodman spells out what the Washington Huskies have to do to DANCE in March plus thoughts on several of the nations top teams. Table of Contents: 5:20 Mitch Unfiltered on Periscope 6:25 Mitch & J-Ham argument leads to Mitch's 1st curse word 11:50 J-Ham gets sports gambling lesson 17:15 Clemson's big man on campus 19:38 Syracuse better than Alabama 22:06 J-Ham can't stand Philip Rivers and Tom Brady 24:30 NFL underdogs 26:15 Mitch hates London 31:50 Jason LaCanfora criticizes Schotty, the Packers, and picks NFL playoff games vs Mitch 48:00 Jeff Goodman (College Hoops) on Pac 12, Huskies challenge to make tournament, Kansas, Duke, Tennessee, Virginia 1:04:45 Warren Sharp (NFL analytics) blasts Seahawks OC 1:26:50 Arizona Cardinals is a disgrace 1:30:40 NHL All-Star Game to Seattle 1:34:30 Mitch on Seattle radio for 1st time in 16 months
Mitch & J-Ham react to the Monday Night bruiser. Mr Postseason is back to hammer home the wild and crazy NFL playoff picture including the Seahawks stronghold on a wildcard spot and Mitch dusts off "Mitch's Melodies" to drop Mitch Unfiltered single #1 called "Leaving This Town".
Mitch and J-Ham are all over the map -- talking Seahawks/Niners one minute and thumbs up emojis the next. Baseball voice Steve Phillips (former Mets GM) attempts to explain what the Mariners are doing... plus Pac 12 title game, college hoops, Mitch Unfiltered haters and much more.