Episode 79 – John Altobelli – More Than a Coach, Media Circus Demands Answers from Astros, & XFL's Case to Stick Around


Episode 79 begins with Scott’s heroic tale of re-connecting a lost child with his mother in the mean streets of Issaquah. Then, Mitch describes the toll on his family the loss of their dog Sadie has taken and the gradual recovery. Also, they chat about the lousy response to baseball brass the Astros demonstrated in the early days of Spring Training regarding the sign stealing scandal. Guests include Orange Coast College baseball alum Ryan Evans who shares his reverence for the late John Altobelli who lost his life in the helicopter crash with Kobe Bryant, Britt Ghiroli on the first few days of media scrutiny toward the Houston Astros upon their arrival to Florida for Spring Training, Dr. Patrick Rishe on the XFL’s long-term viability potential, and Jeff Goodman for a college hoops update. The “other stuff” segment hits on two incidents regarding racially insensitive backlash, an arrest of a former Kentwood HS baseball player, and listener feedback on the recent interview with helicopter pilot Matt Johnson in Episode 77.


  • Ryan Evans | Orange Coast College baseball alum
  • Britt Ghiroli | MLB writer for The Athletic
  • Dr. Patrick Rishe | Washington University sports business
  • Jeff Goodman | College basketball analyst


4:29 | It’s a bird…it’s a plane…it’s Hotshot Scott to the rescue outside the Issaquah basketball gynamisum!

11:06 | The relatievely shabby list of 79s is revealed as potential candidates for episode naming rights.

12:30 | Mitch shares some thoughts on the passing of his dog Sadie earlier this week.

20:27 | A petty passenger caught on film has Twitter abuzz about in-flight etiquette.

23:13 | Mitch proposes an interesting twist to the 3 point shooting contest for NBA All-Star weekend.

28:40 | Is the lack of effort from opposing teams artificially inflating Zion Williamson’s starts to begin his promising career?

30:46 | The Astros were bombarded with media attention upon their arrival to Spring Training and were wildly unprepared for the onslaught.

33:30 | GUEST: Former Orange Coast College baseball player Ryan Evans shares his compelling story and the lasting impact John Altobelli made on his life.

51:42 | GUEST: Britt Ghiroli paints the picture from the first few days in West Palm Beach as the Astros reported to Spring Training with throngs of media reps awaiting.

1:04:23 | GUEST: Dr. Patrick Rishe outlines the recipe for this iteration of the XFL to have long term success.

1:20:13 | GUEST: Jeff Goodman returns for a college hoops update as March approaches and top seed candidates are beginning to materialize. 

1:34:50 | Even with his indefinite suspension lifted, Miles Garrett is doubling down on his allegation that Mason Rudolfph used a racial slur during the violent exchange between the Steelers and Browns

1:38:15 | FC Cincinnati head coach Ron Jans is under scrutiny for singing along to the racially insensate lyrics played over the locker room speakers

1:43:01 | Manchester City may be lose their 2014 Premier League title pending an investigation that alleges they cooked the books.

1:43:58 | Blue Jays prospect and Kentwood HS alum Reese McGuire was arrested for indecent exposure in a Dollar Tree parking lot

1:47:00 | Mel Tucker is under major scrutiny for his change of heart to leave Boulder for East Lansing…do you blame him for opting to earn a few extra million bucks?

1:50:10 | A listener shared a strong opinion about the interview with helicopter pilot Matt Johnson in episode 76 and his commentary on the crash that claimed Kobe Bryant’s life.

Episode 78 – NFL Season Post Mortem, Kraken Rumors Rile Up Hockey Fans, & Coronavirus 101


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! 


  • Jason La Canfora | CBS Sports NFL national columnist
  • Andy Eide | Seattle hockey writer
  • Zach Osterman | Indy Star
  • Dr. Eric Feigl-Ding | Harvard University


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.

Episode 77 – Comeback Chiefs Hoist Lombardi, NBA Recovering from Kobe Tragedy, & Marching to College Hoops Madness


Well…that’s a wrap! Mitch and Scott recap their initial thoughts to Kansas City’s dramatic win over San Fran in Super Bowl LIV. Today’s four pack of guests include helicopter pilot Matt Johnson, ESPN Seattle NBA writer Kevin Pelton, college hoops expert Jeff Goodman, ESPN New Orleans NBA writer Andrew Lopez. Today’s “other stuff” topics range from the 2020 NFL Pro Football Hall of Fame class to the halftime show and even an “anti-athlete of the week award”! 


  • Jeff Goodman | College basketball analyst
  • Andrew Lopez | New Orleans ESPN NBA reporter
  • Kevin Pelton | Seattle ESPN NBA writer
  • Matt Johnson | FAA helicopter pilot & examiner


2:15 | Mitch describes his favorite pizza prank as a student at Syracuse!

17:15 | The guys run down their laundry list of observations from Super Bowl LIV.

37:22 | The Lakers returned to the hardwood on Friday night following Kobe’s passing which included a touching tribute by LeBron.

45:58 | GUEST: Helicopter pilot and examiner Matt Johnson shares his insight on the contributing factors of the tragic crash that claimed nine lives including Kobe Bryant.

1:05:18 | GUEST: Kevin Pelton weighs in on the reaction to Kobe Bryant’s death and discusses Damian Lillard’s hot streak. 

1:22:16 | GUEST: Jeff Goodman provides an update on the college hoops season. Which teams are in best position to capture top tourney seeds?

1:42:18 | GUEST: Andrew Lopez jumps aboard for his initial impressions of Zion Williamson since his debut with the Pelicans.

1:57:23 | Damian Lillard is single-handedly carrying the Blazers to a run at the playoffs with some staggering statistics.

1:59:21 | Many bettors lost big bucks on a bad beat in the final moments of the Super Bowl involving Mahomes’ victory formation.

2:00:34 | Should the NFL MVP voting take place after the season ends?

2:02:05 | The guys weigh in on the 2020 Pro Football Hall of Fame class which includes a notorious Seahawk.

2:04:24 | Did you enjoy the halftime show with J-Lo and Shakira or did you go to the grocery store like Hotshot?

2:08:10 | Are you pro or anti “The Kraken” as a potential team name for Seattle’s NHL franchise?

2:10:36 | Mitch hands out an anti-athlete of the week award and then proceeds to his athlete of the week.

Episode 76 – Kobe's Eternal Legacy, Super Bowl Countdown Continues, & Hot Lapping with Willy T. Ribbs


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! 


  • Eldridge Recasner | PAC-12 Network basketball analyst
  • Jack Taylor | Grinnell College basketball alum
  • Willy T. Ribbs | Former auto racing driver
  • Ross Tucker | NFL analyst


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!

Episode 75 – Seahawks Offseason Checklist, Baseball Sign Stealing Scandal Unravels, & Neuheisel Bids Farewell to College Football Season


The guys begin the show chatting about Scott’s exciting weekend of youth basketball in the quaint town of Ferndale, Washington. Then, they move into a discussion about the Seahawks roster composition and the big decisions ahead to shore up gaps across the board. A great four pack of guests features ESPN Seahawks insider Brady Henderson, former Mets GM Steve Phillips, Rick Neuheisel, and college hoops expert Jeff Goodman. Later, Mitch and Scott use the “other stuff” segment to discuss the latest Sherman/Revis spat, continued college basketball turmoil among top-ranked teams, and an Athlete of the Week nomination!


  • Brady Henderson | ESPN Seahawks insider
  • Steve Phillips | Former Mets general manager
  • Rick Neuheisel | CBS Sports college football analyst
  • Jeff Goodman | College basketball analyst


0:00 | Scott and Piper Soden ventured north to Ferndale over the weekend and returned as champions!

15:47 | Notable 75s for episode naming rights are tossed out making way for the eventual winner revealed at the end of the show.

19:33 | With the Seahawks season in the rearview mirror, what are the position groups with the greatest need for reinforcements next season given the salary cap room available to John and Pete? 

38:56 | GUEST: Brady Henderson provides a comprehensive position-by-position breakdown of the Seahawks roster heading into the offseason.

1:21:22 | GUEST: Steve Phillips jumps aboard to provide his front office perspective of the Astros sign stealing scandal which continues to unfold.

1:43:42 | GUEST: Rick Neuheisel is back as the college football season has come to an end with LSU claiming the national title and the Huskies & Cougs set to enter 2020 with new head coaches.

2:02:59 | GUEST: Jeff Goodman returns with the college basketball season in full swing and seemingly every team including the Washington Huskies are searching for an identity.

2:20:33 | Time to roll back the clock as Richard Sherman and Darrelle Revis have taken to Twitter to rekindle their career-long trash-talking dialogue.

2:26:53 | Was the pay-per-view price worth the 40 second beatdown McGregor dealt to Cerrone?

2:29:27 | The churn at the top of the NCAA basketball polls continues, but unfortunately Mitch’s two favorite teams aren’t cashing in.

2:36:21 | The “Athlete of the Week” is unveiled which can be seen at the Mitch Unfiltered Facebook page!

2:37:08 | Hotshot shares a PSA for those of you about to purchase a Lamborghini.

Episode 74 – Seahawks Ousted From Championship Chase, Dawgs Digging Themselves a Hole, & the Straight Skinny on Intermittent Fasting


Well, that’s a wrap. The Seahawks season has come to an end and the guys begin today’s show by putting a bow on a memorable 2019-2020 campaign. Today’s guests include Brady Henderson in Green Bay to share his perspective on the Hawks/Packers game, former sports agent Joel Corry to weigh in on Jadeveon Clowney’s impending contract implications, familiar friend Jason D. Hamilton to chat about the struggling Huskies who lost their point guard and a pair of conference games this week, and Dr. Monique Tello to discuss intermittent fasting and the associated health benefits with this dietary approach. Today’s “Other Stuff” segment features topics ranging from the college football championship game on Monday night, Husky basketball, and listener response from Mitch’s interview with Mark Hilinski.


  • Brady Henderson | ESPN Seahawks insider
  • Joel Corry | Former NFL agent
  • Jason Hamilton | UW basketball analyst
  • Dr. Monique Aurora Tello | Primary care physician


11:44 | Hotshot has an interesting tie to a potential candidate for the naming of Episode 74!

14:03 | Mitch and Scott run down their laundry list of takeaways from the Hawks game for the final time this season.

42:40 | GUEST: Brady Henderson provides his account of Sunday’s playoff loss in Green Bay, summarizes the season, and looks ahead to next year.

1:05:25 | GUEST: Joel Corry jumps aboard to project potential scenarios for Jadaveon Clowney with his current contract expired and free agency ahead for the pass rusher.

1:23:33 | GUEST: Jason Hamilton discusses the tough week for Husky hoops featuring a pair of road losses and the suspension of guard Quade Green.

1:40:59 | GUEST: Dr. Monique Tello shares information about intermittent fasting and the ways it can promote weight loss and better overall health.

1:55:38 | Who ya got in the national championship game between LSU and Clemson?

1:58:07 | Ryan Tannehill and the Titans are moving on to the AFC championship game against all odds!

1:59:08 | Julian Edelman’s offseason is not off to a good start…

2:00:02 | Mitch is sick about what has happened to the Husky basketball program in the past few weeks.

2:05:29 | Saints receiver Michael Thomas and a reporter got into a heated Twitter exchange that has escalated to the point of violent threats.

2:08:49 | Richard Sherman got on his soap box again to silence his perceived doubters after winning on Saturday.

2:17:10 | Mitch reads feedback submitted by listeners of the podcast following the Mark Hilinski interview in Episode 73.

Episode 73 – DK Delivers Knockout in Wildcard Win, Mark Hilinski Turns Tragedy to Change, & Huskies Split with LA Schools


Hawks win, Hawks win! Today’s episode begins with initial reaction to Seattle’s wildcard victory over a battered Eagles team and a look-ahead to Green Bay next Sunday. Today’s guests include Brady Henderson live from Philadelphia, Mark Hilinski to discuss mental health awareness and his foundation to honor his late son Tyler, and Jeff Goodman for a college hoops check-in including a thought on the shaky Huskies. Other topics include David Stern’s recent death, a recap of the other wildcard games, and nominations for Athlete of the Week!


  • Brady Henderson | ESPN Seahawks insider
  • Mark Hilinski | Father of Tyler Hilinski
  • Jeff Goodman | College basketball analyst


1:52 | The guys are in a good mood…any guesses why?

15:48 | Happy New Year! The guys recap their adventures to kick off 2020.

17:55 | Nominees for episode naming honors of notable 73s are listed.

19:25 | Mitch and Scott provide their main takeaways from Sunday’s postseason victory for the Hawks.

49:38 | The guys look ahead to Seattle’s next opponent in the Green Bay Packers and how the path to the Super Bowl is shaping up.

1:02:04 | GUEST: Brady Henderson weighs in on the Seahawks 17-9 playoff win over Philadelphia to set up a divisional round matchup against the Packers.

1:22:36 | GUEST: Mark Hilinski shares his family’s mission to raise awareness about mental health following the death of his son Tyler who took his own life while attending WSU.

1:49:41 | GUEST: Jeff Goodman swings by for a college basketball catch-up as conference play is underway and the Huskies have jumped out to a slow start.

2:05:05 | Wildcard weekend is in the books with a four-pack of exciting finishes.

2:13:11 | The upcoming NFC playoff game between the Vikings and 49ers reminds Mitch of a memorable performance between these two teams many years ago.

2:16:27 | Is something wrong with Mike Zimmer’s eyes?

2:17:24 | The guys share a thought about the recent passings of David Stern and Sam Wyche.

2:22:20 | Isaiah Thomas was fined $25K for contact with an official which is his second punishment by the league this season.

2:23:27 | “Athlete of the Week” honors are shared by two worthy recipients!

Episode 72 – Seahawks Storybook Finish Falls Inches Short, Tigers Set to Clash in New Orleans for Natty, & Wildcard Weekend On Tap


Today’s show begins with avoiding the elephant in the room which is the disappointing regular season finale on Sunday night. The guys then dive into their laundry list of pivotal moments in the game which resulted in an NFC West title for the Niners. Guests include Brady Henderson to weigh in on Seattle/San Fran, Rick Neuheisel to chat about the CFP semifinal results and a preview to the championship game, & Michael DeCourcy from Sporting News to preview the NFL postseason with Wildcard Weekend on tap next weekend. The “other stuff” segment includes chatter about Lamar Jackson’s Twitter hate after a nice gesture, Antonio Brown’s latest ploy to suit up, and a wrap up of not only the year, but the decade.


  • Brady Henderson | ESPN Seahawks insider
  • Rick Neuheisel | CBS Sports college football analyst
  • Michael DeCourcy | Sporting News senior writer


1:45 | What is the word to describe what happened at CenturyLink Field on Sunday night?

11:28 | There are some quality 72s in sports history, but none that eclipse Mitch’s ultimate choice for episode naming rights!

15:10 | The guys discuss their main takeaways from Sunday night’s bout between Seattle and San Francisco which led to a divisional crown for the 49ers.

42:00 | GUEST: Brady Henderson jumps aboard to provide his initial reaction from the disappointing season finale at CenturyLink Field as the Hawks get set for Wildcard weekend in Philly.

1:00:53 | GUEST: Rick Neuheisel swings by as the college football season comes down to one final game between LSU and Clemson!

1:21:36 | GUEST: Michael DeCourcy previews the NFL postseason matchups beginning with the wildcard slate next weekend.

1:39:35 | The tables turned as The Beast fed us with a free Taco Time taco thanks to his diving effort, although there should have a been a second taco…

1:44:27 | Are you looking forward to checking out the new Michael Jordan documentary?

1:46:22 | Lamar Jackson is taking heat for buying his entire offensive line Rolex watches for keeping him upright this season.

1:48:24 | Mitch and Hotshot chat about the early NFL games on Sunday and the playoff matchups that lie ahead.

1:54:36 | The infamous Peloton advertisement that caused a stir replicated itself in real life with the actors!

1:56:59 | Antonio Brown is back in the news as the mercurial wideout has recently been linked to working out with the Saints.

2:04:00 | Who were voted as the male and female athletes of the decade?

2:09:04 | The final “Athlete of the Week” this year is crowned.

2:10:05 | Mitch extends his best wishes to a happy and healthy new year!

Episode 71 – Pesky Cards Thump Hawks, Fred Couples Back from Down Under, & Movie Mogul Max on Rise of Skywalker


Today’s show begins with a feeling of defeat and confusion as the Hawks lost a boat load of players in addition to Sunday’s game on the ledger. The guys break down the disappointing loss and its implications to Seattle’s postseason hopes. Guests today include Brady Henderson, Fred Couples, Rick Neuheisel, & Movie Mogul Max to deliver another award-winning film review, this time for Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. The “Other Stuff” segment features chatter about the Las Vegas Bowl, reaction to Eddie Murphy’s Saturday Night Live appearance – was it everything it was cracked up to be? Finally, Mitch dishes out his “Athlete of the Week” award and it’s hard to argue he really hits the bullseye on this one!


  • Brady Henderson | ESPN Seahawks insider
  • Fred Couples | PGA golfer
  • Rick Neuheisel | CBS Sports college football analyst
  • Movie Mogul Max | Professional film critic & Mitch’s son


0:24 | The “12s” want who to tote the rock with Carson and Prosise likely done for the season?

1:45 | Can the Hawks rebound after the loss to the Cards and take down San Fran in the regular season finale next Sunday night?

19:09 | Mitch and Hotshot pick up the pieces after the Seahawks fell to Arizona and the postseason implications as a result.

37:18 | GUEST: Brady Henderson recaps Sunday’s divisional loss to Arizona and the path forward heading into the regular season finale.

58:04 | GUEST: Fred Couples jumps back on the podcast to catch up on the thrilling Presidents Cup win for the Americans and a dose of random story-telling.

1:16:55 | GUEST: Rick Neuheisel preview the college football playoff matchups and shares a thought on the future of Washington football with the Petersen era in the books.

1:40:43 | GUEST: Movie Mogul Max is back to share his expert cinematic opinions on Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker!

2:02:03 | The guys chat about the blowout win in the Vegas Bowl for the Huskies marking the end of Coach Pete at the helm.

2:03:14 | Fair or foul for NFL prospects to skip non New Year’s Six bowl games?

2:13:57 | Alleged naked pics of Steph Curry are swirling about social media, but there is reason to believe this may be a hoax.

2:15:53 | Eddie Murphy’s return to SNL was decades in the making…was it worth the wait?

2:20:38 | Mitch nominates his “Athlete of the Week”, you’ll never guess the sport!

Episode 70 – Road Warrior Hawks Atop NFC…For Now, Scott Boras Stokes MLB Hot Stove, & Richard Jewell Behind the Scenes


Today’s show begins with a realization that the Seahawks are the number one seed in the NFC pending Monday Night’s Saints game! Then, the guys dig into their observations from the Hawks 30-24 win over Carolina. Mr. Postseason even drops in for a quick update on the NFL playoff scenarios for Seattle with two games to go. Guests include Brady Henderson live from Charlotte, MLB analyst Steve Phillips, Washington Post columnist Paul Farhi on the new film “Richard Jewell” and former PGA golfer Ken Green. The guys continue with their laundry list which includes chatter about a new agreement between the MLB and players’ union, the latest NFL controversies, and wrapping up with special episode naming honors. 


  • Brady Henderson | ESPN Seahawks insider
  • Steve Phillips | Baseball analyst & former Mets GM
  • Paul Farhi | Washington Post reporter
  • Ken Green | Former PGA golfer


7:03 | At the time of this recording, the number one seed in the NFC belongs to your Seattle Seahawks!

22:24 | The guys recount their list of highs and lows from the Seahawks win in Charlotte.

43:22 | Mr. Postseason makes a special visit for a brief update of where Seattle stands in the playoff picture with two weeks remaining.

1:04:48 | GUEST: Brady Henderson joins Mitch from Carolina in the wake of Sunday’s 30-24 final between the Hawks and Panthers.

1:21:12 | GUEST: Steve Phillips jumps aboard for some MLB hot stove chatter as Scott Boras is wheelin’ and dealin’ big bucks for his clients!

1:40:27 | GUEST: Paul Farhi of the Washington Post swings by to discuss the new film Richard Jewell about the 1996 Olympics bombing incident.

1:55:55 | GUEST: Ken Green rejoins the podcast to weigh in on the victory for the United States in the Presidents Cup led by team captain Tiger Woods.

2:14:30 | MLB is removing marijuana from its “drug of abuse” list as the league’s focus shifts to opioids and more dangerous substances. 

2:16:34 | Joe Burrow won the Heisman trophy on Saturday night and had the audience in tears.

2:17:45 | A week in the NFL cannot pass without controversy as a coin toss ran amok in Dallas and the Pats are guilty as charged for Spygate Part Two.

2:24:31 | Mitch grants episode naming rights to a special football team on the anniversary of a tragic event.