Episode 12 – I Wanna Puke; Didn't Have To Be This Way

Mitch is UNFILTERED in his finger pointing for Seahawks disaster. Why was Seattle only NFL visiting team NOT to win over the weekend? Plus Russell Wilson’s contract negotiation & Rick Neuheisel chimes in on NCAA Champ Game, Huskies Rose Bowl disappointment & Jacob Eason.

Table of Contents:

8:30  Who is to blame for Seahawks loss?

23:50  To be fair…

28:44  Rick Neuheisel on his new COACHING job

31:53  Neuheisel on Clemson vs Alabama – who wins and why?

39:44  Neuheisel on Washington’s Rose Bowl performance

42:47  Neuheisel on how good Jacob Eason will be

49:42  Neuheisel on Seahawks refusing to adjust vs Cowboys

54:30  Russell Wilson contract negotiations

57:22  KJ Wright Seahawks career over?

1:00:54  Was Earl Thomas rooting for Hawks?  Where next?

1:02:18  Frank Clark’s future

1:03:56  Sebastian Janikowski and his future

1:08:38  Fluker & Sweezy

1:11:41  Clemson vs Alabama

1:13:08  Zion Williamson 360 Dunk

1:13:54  Huskies Hoops

1:17:35  Hop honors J-Ham

1:22:38  Mitch’s 16 year old son treats dad to 3 movies

1:23:35  Mitch loved the movie “VICE”



Episode 11 – Football, Football & More Football

Mitch & J-Ham welcome 3 different sets of opinions on this weekend’s NFL Playoffs. Peter King (NBC), Jason LaCanfora (CBS) & Todd Fuhrman (Vegas insider) offer different perspectives & expectations. Plus, the Huskies flop in the Rose Bowl, the real story behind Antonio Brown’s feud with the Steelers, NFL coaching vacancies and more on Creepy Ray Liotta.

Table of contents:

4:40  Mitch & J-Ham’s New Year

7:40  Ray Liotta’s ball toss to dog & backyard

9:30  Unfiltered Huskies Rose Bowl criticism (coaching staff)

18:15  Future of Huskies football (2019-20)

24:40  Love the NFL Playoffs

25:50  Could 3 injured Seahawks decide the outcome?

32:10  Peter King (NBC – FMIA) on Antonio Brown, NFL coaching vacancies, playoff picks

51:05  Jason LaCanfora (CBS) vs Mitch Levy pick wager

1:12:30  Todd Fuhrman (Vegas oddsmaker) on NFL wagering

1:31:20  Tale of the Tape — Seattle at Dallas

1:39:00  Keys to the game

1:44:09  Blake Nordstrom RIP and the Nordstrom family

1:45:50  Mitch and J-Ham’s Seahawks predictions

Episode 10 – Playoff Bound; Who Would've Thunk It?!

After losing 6 in a row (4 exhibition + 2 regular season), Seahawks incredibly turn it around. Mitch & J-Ham rejoice, analyze, and look ahead to playoffs. Plus Rose Bowl, Santa Claus & Hanukkah Harry.

Guests: CBS NFL insider Jason LaCanfora on the NFL playoffs and USA Today MLB writer Bob Nightengale talks M’s disaster AND if he will vote for Edgar.

Episode 9 – Now, We've Gone TOO far… and LONG

Mitch & J-Ham laugh a lot and cover more ground than on any previous episode. The primetime Hawks, National Signing Day, a pink ballpark, an effortless kicker, and a McDonalds All-American visiting UW.

Guests: Peter King (NFL – NBC), Steve Phillips (Hot Stove – Sirius/XM), Jon Rothstein (CBS – NCAA Hoops Insider)

Episode 8 – Shamefully Undisciplined

Mitch & J-Ham break down the Seahawks embarrassing performance in SF, receive expert analysis on Seattle’s new NHL franchise & wonder aloud how deep the NCAA Tourney hole is for the Washington Huskies.

Plus… Atlantic City, a Pac 12 overhaul, a decorated future Duck, a Weeping Weasel and Mr Postseason on why a Hawks win over the Chiefs doesn’t guarantee a playoff spot.

Episode 5 – A Weasel, Garage Sale & Dangerous Bird

Another 90 minutes of non-stop analysis and fun. J-Ham is in Spokane for the Huskies near upset. The NHL comes to Seattle. The tale of the tape for Hawks vs Vikings. Mitch’s guests include: MLB historian Jayson Stark (17 years at ESPN), NBC NFL contributor Peter King & NY Mets beat reporter Tim Healey (Newsday).

Episode 4 – Middle Of The Roads Surging to Postseason

The longest and most overflowing episode yet.

Mitch and J-Ham are joined by guests Jason LaCanfora and Rick Neuheisel. Wide range of topics including: the Seahawks surge, the CF Playoffs, the Rose Bowl, Kareem Hunt, Mike McCarthy, the Mariners purge and even the ever creepy Ray Liotta commercial.