RUNDOWN

The guys attempt to pick up the pieces from an ugly loss to the Saints with some laughs. Mitch begins with a confession about a Tweet he almost sent Saturday night about Chip Kelly before the wild comeback. Then, he stages a “Social Situation Verbal Catch Phrase Protest.” After that, it’s time to take the Hawks to task for their sloppy performance. Guests include Seahawks insider Brady Henderson, Rick Neuheisel, and Wall Street Journal writer Joe Flint. Later, the guys chat about the Huskies and Cougs games, the latest chapter in the Antonio Brown saga, and whether or not a certain Syracuse alum should be inducted in Canton.

GUESTS

  • Brady Henderson | ESPN Seahawks insider
  • Rick Neuheisel | CBS Sports analyst & former coach
  • Joe Flint | Wall Street Journal

TABLE OF CONTENTS

5:01 | What do Mitch Levy and Chip Kelly have in common? 

13:45 | Mitch stages a “Social Situation Verbal Catch Phrase Protest”.

22:49 | Notable 58s in sports history are revealed as nominees for episode naming rights.

26:27 | Mitch and Hotshot react to the unexpected loss to the Brees-less Saints in Seattle.

52:57 | Brady Henderson reviews the Seahawks loss to New Orleans and the pivotal mistakes that leave Seattle 2-1 at week’s end.

1:22:13 | Rick Neuheisel recaps a thrilling weekend of college football featuring an eye-opening performance by Jacob Eason, stunning loss by the Cougs, and controversial finish in Oxford.

1:48:15 | Joe Flint of the Wall Street Journal outlines the Netflix acquisition of streaming rights to Seinfeld which comes at a massive price tag.

2:06:06 | Saturday was pleasant for Husky fans like Hotshot, but no so much for our friends that root on the Crimson and Gray.

2:19:24 | The Antonio Brown story takes another twist as it seemingly does by the hour over the course of the last month.

2:24:54 | Is there a song that’s been stuck in your head lately?

2:26:25 | A former quarterback is lobbying hard for himself to be inducted into the NFL hall of fame, do his credentials fit the bill?

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