Today’s show begins with a recap from Friday when Mitch was featured on Seattle radio again. Then, the guys chat about the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame induction ceremony which included Jack Sikma. Episode 56 is named naturally to the one and only LT. The guys delve in to the football weekend in Seattle which included a painful defeat for the Dawgs and a narrow victory for the Hawks. Guests include Seahawks insider Brady Henderson, Rick Neuheisel, and USA Today sports columnist Dan Wolken live from The U.S. Open in New York. Later, Mitch and Scott discuss the odd behavior of NFL wide receivers and close out with some thoughts on the opening weekend slate of games across the league.
- Brady Henderson | ESPN Seahawks insider
- Rick Neuheisel | CBS Sports
- Dan Wolken | USA Today
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1:14 | Mitch talks about his visit to the BJ and Migs show last Friday on 99.9 KISW The Rock of Seattle.
3:09 | The guys chat about the 2019 Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame class that was inducted over the weekend including former Sonic Jack Sikma.
16:07 | The naming of episode number 56 is a no-brainer especially to a guy that is obsessed with the pass rush.
18:51 | Hotshot and Mitch weigh in on the Huskies loss in Saturday night’s lightning-delayed contest versus California.
27:36 | Mitch & Scott react to the good, the bad, and the ugly in Seattle’s week one win over the Bengals.
54:30 | Brady Henderson recaps the Seahawks 21-20 nail-biter against Cincy to open the 2019 season.
1:14:01 | Rick Neuheisel weighs in on the second week of the college football season including the stunning loss for the Huskies against Cal.
1:34:01 | Dan Wolken recounts the 2019 U.S. Open which featured dramatic finishes in the men’s and women’s finals over the weekend.
1:47:25 | What the heck is up with NFL wide receivers? Odell Beckham Jr. is wearing a $350K watch during a game while Antonio Brown is freezing his feet, complaining about his helmet, and hop-scotching from team to team.
1:56:10 | The guys chat about week one storylines and standout performances across the NFL.