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Episode 190 – Matt "Stretch" Johnson Sounders Celebration & Kenneth Walker III Coach's Report


To kick things off, Hotshot describes the wildlife ecounter he experienced when he arrived at Mitch’s house before a round of Stump the Band to correct some mistakes from Episode 189P. Then, the guys chat about their Mother’s Day weekend, the latest violent incident involving Earl Thomas, and the crumbling of Phil Mickelson’s reputation. A four-pack of featured guests are longtime friend Matt “Stretch” Johnson, Michigan State football coach Chris Kapilovic, PGA club pro Cary Cozby, and college basketball writer Mike Decourcy. Before closing out, Mitch and Scott volley “Other Stuff” topics ranging from KJ Wright return rumors, to the car wreck involving Jerry Jones, to Fred Savage being terminated from The Wonder Years reboot.  


  • Matt “Stretch” Johnson | Former Sounders broadcaster
  • Chris Kapilovic | Michigan State assistant head football coach
  • Cary Cozby | Southern Hills CC head pro
  • Mike Decourcy | Sporting News college hoops columnist


0:00 | Hotshot thought he was going to record a podcast, but ended up in the middle of a wildlife scuffle.  

26:51 | How did the guys celebrate Mothers Day with their family?

31:35 | Earl Thomas is embroiled in another domestic dispute which adds to his tragic off-the-field troubles.   

36:43 | Mitch has official put a halt to his placement of Phil Mickelson on his dislike list amidst his recent personal issues on and off the course. 

46:31 | GUEST: Stretch returns to for a friendly catch up and to put into perspective the Sounders CONCACAF victory. 

1:03:43 | GUEST: Michigan State offensive coach Chris Kapilovic joins the show to provide a scouting report of the Sehawks new tailback Kenneth Walker III. 

1:17:45 | GUEST: Southern Hills CC head pro Cary Cozby weighs in on Tiger’s recent practice round at his course as the PGA season heats up.   

1:38:46 | Mike Decourcy checks in to discuss the stepping away of Jay Wright, the latest NIL trends, and Gonzaga falling short once again.

1:58:54 | The show closes with “Other Stuff” topics such as the potential return of KJ Wright to Seattle, Jerry Jones car crash, and Fred Savage getting kicked off the reboot of The Wonder Years.   

Episode 189 – Seahawks No-Table & La Canfora Draft Summary

RUNDOWN   To begin the show, Mitch tests Hotshot with a round of Stump the Band before relishing in Julio’s first major league home run. Then, Mitch and Scott continue the discussion about umpire assaults before delving into their takeaways from draft weekend. The four pack of guests are Brady Henderson & Joe Fann for the No-Table, CBS Sports football writer Jason La Canfora, and Mississippi State offensive line coach Mason Miller. The “Other Stuff” segment covers AJ Brown’s trade terms, John Daly’s son landing a deal with Hooters, and a massive payout for disgruntled homeowners on a golf course.


  • Brady Henderson | ESPN Seahawks insider 
  • Joe Fann | WynnBet & Blue Wire podcast host 
  • Jason La Canfora | CBS Sports NFL writer & 105.7 The Fan – Baltimore radio host
  • Mason Miller | Mississippi State offensive line coach


1:02 | Logan Gilbert is starting to turn heads with his hot start to the sesason. 

19:42 | It’s a shame that violence against umpires, many of whom are volunteers or kids are dealing with irate parents.

24:20 | The NFL draft is finally over and all of the common cringeworthy features were prevalent along the way.  

46:40 | GUESTS: Brady Henderson & Joe Fann jump aboard for a post-draft Seahawks No-Table.

1:26:54 | GUEST: Jason La Canfora is back to discuss the 2022 NFL Draft including the surprises and overall themes.

1:47:01 | GUEST: Former Wazzu and current Mississippi State offensive line coach provides a briefing about new Seahawks Charles Cross and Abraham Lucas.  

2:05:40 | The guys wrap up with the “Other Stuff” segment discussing the AJ Brown trade to the Eagles, John Daly’s son landing a nice NIL deal, and an unusual lawsuit verdict.  

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