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Episode 266 – Ohtani Picks Dodger Blue & Time For Change

RUNDOWN 

Hotshot is back from San Diego with Mitch who is battling a flu and received an unlikely cure and they chat about Scott’s rental car adventure with Turo. Then, the guys dive into the downward trajectory for the Hawks, Jamal Adams’ regrettable Tweet, and Shohei Ohtani’s annoucement to move to the Dodgers adding to the ire of Mariners fans. Five featured guests are Jason Churchill and Joe Doyle for the Mariners No-Table, Seahawks insiders Brady Henderson & Brian Nemhauser, and author Kevin Ticen. “Other Stuff” segment topics range from a follow-up to Oregon’s future quarterback search to a local northwest root beer parlor closing down, to notable recent passings.

GUESTS 

  • Brady Henderson | Seahawks NFL Nation reporter
  • Brian Nemhauser | Hawk Blogger
  • Jason Churchill | Prospect Insider
  • Joe Doyle | Director, MLB Draft – ProspectsLive  
  • Kevin Ticen | Author of “When it Mattered Most”

TABLE OF CONTENTS

3:45 | Hotshot rented a car using the Turo app and was pleasantly surprised with the outcome.  

14:15 | Mitch gleefully provides the code word for the upcoming slate of Beat the Boys matchups.

22:02 | Despite a serviceable performance by Drew Lock, the Seahawks losing streak continues.

27:10 | Are the Seahawks overdue for a change at head coach even with all of the success under Pete Carroll’s belt?

32:15 | Is there any path for Jamal Adams to recovering from his controversial social media post last week?

37:04 | Shohei Ohtani finally made his decision to suit up with the Dodgers and will make nearly three-quarters of a billion in the process.

47:07 | GUESTS: Mariners insiders Jason Churchill and Joe Doyle are back to weigh in on the Shohei Ohtani trade and highly criticized front office moves for the M’s. 

1:14:33 | GUESTS: Brady Henderson and Brian Nemhauser hop aboard to wrap their arms around another Seahawks loss to the 49ers with playoff hopes dwindling. 

1:45:22 | GUEST: Kevin Ticen returns to preview the latest update to his book about the Seattle Metropolitans “When it Mattered Most”

2:03:24 | “Other Stuff” topics include Oregon landing their next transfer portal quarterback, the closure of Triple XXX Root Beer in Issaquah, and a handful of RIPs. 

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Episode 265 – Dawgs Are In & Seahawks Leaking Oil

RUNDOWN 

To kick off the show, Mitch and “The Groz” catch up since their last episode together, specifically the current state of football in Seattle. Next, the fellas dive into the winnable game for the Seahawks against the Cowboys before weighing in on the college football playoff selection order. Four featured guests are CBS Sports college football analyst Rick Neuheisel, writer of The Dang Apostrophe Danny O’Neil, and Seahawks insiders Brady Henderson and Brian Nemhauser. The “Other Stuff” segment covers the options for DeBoer at quarterback next season to the possibility of bringing Ohtani to the M’s to Tiger’s unprecedented impact on his sport!  

GUESTS 

  • Rick Neuheisel | CBS Sports college football analyst 
  • Danny O’Neil | The Dang Apostrophe
  • Brady Henderson | Seahawks NFL Nation reporter 
  • Brian Nemhauser | Hawk Blogger 

TABLE OF CONTENTS 

0:00 | Mitch and Dave provide initial thoughts on the CFP announcement on Sunday and the Seahawks loss in Dallas on Thursday.  

4:33 | Mitch shares the password for this week’s trio of Beat the Boys games.

10:35 | The Seahawks had a golden opportunity to pick up a crucial win in Dallas if not for an untimely Lockett drop and failed fourth downs.

23:26 | Did the college football playoff committee make multiple mistakes in their final vote for the four teams advancing?

36:08 | GUEST: Rick Neuheisel returns with conference championship weekend in the books and major controversy at the number four slot and a thought on UW’s position at two. 

1:05:55 | GUEST: Danny O’Neil joins Mitch to chat about his Huskies snagging the two seed in the college football playoff with a matchup with Texas on tap. 

1:31:21 | GUESTS: NFL Nation reporter Brady Henderson and “Hawkblogger” Brian Nemhauser hop aboard for a recap of Thursday’s loss to the Cowboys and a look ahead to Philly on Monday Night Football. 

1:58:43 | “Other Stuff” topics include potential transfer portal targets for UW’s 2024 quarterback, the chances Shohei Ohtani shocks everyone and ends up in Seattle, and gauging the magnitude of Tiger’s impact to the game of golf. 

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Episode 264 – Ducks Seek Revenge & Seahawks Slip-Sliding

RUNDOWN 

At the top of the show, the guys recap their Thanksgiving weekend featuring delicious turkey and a nerve-racking Apple Cup for Dawg fans before reading listener letters about Mitch’s foul language. Then, the guys discuss the tall task facing the Dawgs in the conference championship game before Mr. College Football playoffs weighs in and the current frustrations facing Seahawks fans about the apparent sinking ship. Four featured guests are CBS Sports college football analyst Rick Neuheisel, Seahawks insiders Brady Henderson and Brian Nemhauser, and Matt “Slickhawk” Mikolas. “Other Stuff” topics range from Seattle wooing local pitching superstar Blake Snell, relations souring between music icons Hall and Oates, and Dolly Parton’s cameo on the Thanksgiving football broadcast!  

GUESTS 

  • Rick Neuheisel | CBS Sports college football analyst 
  • Brady Henderson | Seahawks NFL Nation reporter 
  • Brian Nemhauser | Hawk Blogger 
  • Matt “Slickhawk” Mikolas | Shootin’ the Shit with Slick & Mitch  

TABLE OF CONTENTS 

0:00 | Hotshot’s weekend featured food and his first Apple Cup at Husky Stadium.  

6:32 | The guys read listener emails primarily calling out Mitch’s cursing. 

14:46 | Mitch reveals the code word for this week’s lineup of Beat the Boys matchups.

19:45 | UW barely snuck past Washington State in the Apple Cup which contributes to them being double digit underdogs to the Ducks.

25:03 | Mr. College Football Playoff returns with a rundown of scenarios for the Huskies among other top-ranked teams to make the CFP. 

31:55 | It’s like Groundhog Day with the Seahawks as another year of mediocrity unfolds before us.

41:09 | GUEST: Rick Neuheisel is back to weigh in on the upcoming week of the regular season ahead before conference championship weekend. 

1:13:18 | GUESTS: Seahawks insiders Brady Henderson and Brian Nemhauser join Mitch to recap the Thanksgiving Day loss to San Francisco at home. 

1:39:21 | GUEST: Slickhawk is licking his chops as the red-hot Oregon Ducks are ready for payback against the Huskies in the PAC12 championship game. 

2:01:55 | The “Other Stuff” segment features topics ranging from Blake Snell getting attention from hometown baseball fans, a lawsuit between music duo Hall and Oates, and Dolly Parton’s outfit during the Cowboys game on Thanksgiving. 

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Episode 263 – Slipped Through Their Fingers & Dawgs Punch Ticket To Vegas

RUNDOWN

Today’s show begins with the guys venting spleen about the incompetent clock management by the Seahawks contributing to their loss on Sunday before sharing some Mitch Unfiltered history. Next, Mitch and Scott chat about rampant penalties for the Hawks and Dawgs and Mr. College Football Playoff paints the picture for the CPF candidates still on the board. A four pack of guests are Brady Henderson and Brian Nemhauser, Rick Neuheisel, and Auburn City Councilperson Tracy Taylor-Turner. 
The “Other Stuff” segment closes out the episode with a variety of odds and ends.

GUESTS

  • Brady Henderson | Seahawks NFL Nation reporter
  • Brian Nemhauser | Hawk Blogger
  • Rick Neuheisel | CBS Sports college football analyst
  • Tracy Taylor-Turner | Auburn City Council 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

0:38 | When will Pete Carroll learn how to manage a freakin’ clock in the closing minutes of a game? 

20:00 | Mitch reveals the password for the upcoming slate of Beat the Boys matchupss.

28:19 | Will the Seahawks and Huskies ever not be the most penalized and frequently inept on offense?

40:53 | Mr. College Football Playoff is back to break down paths to the CFP for the remaining contenders.

59:55 | GUESTS: Brady Henderson and Brian Nemhauser hop aboard to break down the defeat to the Rams on Sunday.

1:27:42 | GUEST: Rick Neuheisel is back to weigh in on the upcoming week of the regular season ahead before conference championship weekend.

1:51:54 | GUEST: Auburn City Council elect Tracy Taylor-Turner joins the show to chat about her winning campaign.

2:10:51 | In honor of the five year anniversary of Mitch Unfiltered, we replay Episode 0 of the show with Jason Hamilton.

2:32:53 | As always, the guys wrap up with the “Other Stuff” segment for remaining topics they didn’t get to during the tease and first segment.

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Episode 262 – Mr. College Football Playoff & Seahawks Outlast Commanders

RUNDOWN

Episode “Kensosha, Wisconsin” begins with a rundown of the notable figures from the midwest city before Mitch consults Hotshot for some video streaming advice. Then, the guys run through a plethora of questions about the Hawks and Dawgs before Mr. College Football Playoff drops in. Five guests are Seahawks insiders Brady Henderson and Brian Nemhauser, CBS college football analyst Rick Neuheisel, and Darren Brown & RJ Eskanos for the Kraken No-Table. “Other Stuff” topics range from the general public’s reation to Matthew Perry’s death, Auburn’s newest elected official Tracy Taylor-Turner, and another piece of unfortunate news for former Seahawks Earl Thomas.

GUESTS

  • Brady Henderson | Seahawks NFL Nation reporter
  • Brian Nemhauser | Hawk Blogger
  • Rick Neuheisel | CBS Sports college football analyst
  • Darren Brown | Sound of Hockey 
  • RJ Eskanos | Emerald City Hockey  

TABLE OF CONTENTS

0:38 | The guys review the who’s who of notable figures that hail from Kenosha, Wisconsin.

6:11 | Mitch asks for Scott’s reassurance he can try a new television series on Netflix.

11:31 | Mitch provides the code word for next week’s trio of Beat the Boys games.

16:09 | Hotshot is peppered with eleven questions about the Seahawks and Huskies.

36:25 | Mr. College Football Playoff swings by to analyze the various scenarios for team vying for the final four slots.

53:41 | GUESTS: Brady and Brian join Mitch for the Seahawks No-Table to discuss the three-point win over Washington on Sunday at home.

1:28:28 | GUEST: College football analyst Rick Neuheisel joins Mitch for the weekly discussion to assess the Harbaugh suspensino and the remaining contenders for the playoff.

1:53:31 | GUESTS: Kraken writers Darren Brown and RJ Eskanos hop aboard to break down the state of the team amidst mixed results on the ice.

2:15:46 | The “Other Stuff” segment feature stories such as the obsession of awaiting Matthew Perry’s toxicology report, Tracy Taylor-Turner’s winning campaign, and the latest news for Earl Thomas.

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Episode 261 – Baltimore Blowout & Penix Prevails In Heisman Showdown

RUNDOWN

Today’s show begins with Hotshot describing the controversy at his daughter’s AAU basketball tourney including an ejection of Nate Robinson before the guys briefly summarize the Hawks beatdown by the Ravens and the path ahead. Next, Scott explains how he riled up Husky nation on social media by casting doubt on UW’s chances to win a national championship. They assess the final three games on the schedule before the PAC12 championship game and their chances to run the table. 
Four guests are Brady Henderson and Brian Nemhauser for the Seahawks No-Table, Rick Neuheisel, and former Mitch Unfiltered co-host and UW hoops guard and broadcaster Jason Hamilton. The “Other Stuff” segment features topics such as the embarrassing ratings during this year’s Fall Classic, the impressive start for Victor Wembanyama, to a strange trick-or-treating law!

GUESTS

  • Rick Neuheisel | CBS Sports college football analyst
  • Jason Hamilton | Former UW point guard & broadcaster
  • Brady Henderson | Seahawks NFL Nation reporter
  • Brian Nemhauser | Hawk Blogger

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1:10 | What did Nate Robinson do to get booted from an AAU basketball game?

12:06 | The Seahawks were decimated by the Ravens, but the schedule appears to favor the prospects of getting back on track.

17:16 | Mitch reveals the code word for the trio of Beat the Boys games this week.

21:17 | Can UW make a run at a national title with the current state of the Huskies defense giving up so many points?

32:00 | Mitch asks Hotshot the simple question if he sees the Dawgs winning the final three games of the regular season.

44:56 | GUEST: Rick Neuheisel hops aboard to answer a series of scenarios painted by Mitch of teams paths to the CFP.

1:10:08 | GUEST: Jason D. Hamilton returns to provide an update on his whererabouts and some thoughs on the late Bobby Knight before a preview of the 2023 Huskies hoops team.

1:39:08 | GUESTS: Brady Henderson joins from Baltimore and Brian Nemhauser drops in for the Seahawks No-Table after a blowout loss on the road.

2:10:10 | “Other Stuff” topics range from the poor World Series ratings, to the statistical feat of San Antionio’s NBA phenom, to an odd law related to a Halloween tradition!

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Episode 260 – Catbird Seat Sitters & Huskies Escape Stanford Scare

RUNDOWN

At the top of the show, the guys assess the validity of the no-call for holding against DK which help set up the winning touchdown for the Seahawks. Then, Mitch and Scott discuss the current state of the Hawks after Week 8 before pondering whether or not the Huskies are playing with fire or they’re intentionally playing down to lesser opponents. Four featured guests are Seahawks insiders Brady Henderson and Brian Nemhauser, CBS Sports college football analyst Rick Neuheisel, and author Matt Singer on his latest release Opposable Thumbs: How Siskel & Ebert Changed Movies Forever. “Other Stuff” topics range from trade prospects for the Seahawks before the deadline, Mitch’s memorable trip to Denny’s after a long flight years ago, and United Airlines being sued for targeting a certain look for its employees!

GUESTS

  • Brady Henderson | Seahawks NFL Nation reporter
  • Brian Nemhauser | Hawk Blogger
  • Rick Neuheisel | CBS Sports college football analyst
  • Matt Singer | Author Opposable Thumbs: How Siskel & Ebert Changed Movies Forever

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1:07 | Did DK Metcalf deserve a penalty for his apparent hold during Jaxon Smith-Njigba’s game-winning score?

9:54 | Mitch shares the password for this week’s slate of Beat the Boys matchups.

22:03 | The Seahawks are 5-2 and leading the division, but how much does it really matter at this point in the season?

36:45 | Are the Huskies flirting with dropping a conference game or are they saving their best plays and in total control?

47:02 | GUESTS: Brady Henderson and Brian Nemhauser hop aboard to provide their analysis on Sunday’s 24-20 win over the Browns.

1:17:54 | GUEST: Rick Neuheisel joins Mitch to recap the weekend slate of college football action as the College Football Playoff contender list continues to narrow down.

1:44:34 | GUEST: Author Matt Singer shares the inspiration behind his latest book Opposable Thumbs: How Siskel & Ebert Changed Movies Forever.

2:11:24 | The “Other Stuff” segment features topics including potential trade targets for the Hawks, the Levy family tilapia Denny’s story, to a lawsuit against United Airlines for its hiring practices!

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Episode 259 – Home Cookin' Against Lowly Cards & Kraken No-Table Season Debut

RUNDOWN

To kick things off, Mitch asks Hotshot who the heck Bad Bunny is before the guys delve into the Huskies slim victory over the Sun Devils on Saturday and the repeated display of a formidable Seahawks defense on Sunday. A five-pack of guests are Brady Henderson and Brian Nemhauser for their weekly Seahawks segment, Rick Neuheisel’s college football recap, and RJ Eskanos & Darren Brown for the first Kraken No-Table of the 2023-2024 season. The “Other Stuff” segment features stories such as the job firing of Aikman’s girlfriend for improper employee benefit use, an incident involving T.O. reminding the guys of great touchdown celebrations, and a man busted for being the top subscriber of an OnlyFans account that is a little too close to home!

GUESTS

  • Brady Henderson | Seahawks NFL Nation reporter
  • Brian Nemhauser | Hawk Blogger
  • Rick Neuheisel | CBS Sports college football analyst
  • RJ Eskanos | Emerald City Hockey  
  • Darren Brown | Sound of Hockey

TABLE OF CONTENTS

0:00 | Is Mitch the only person on the planet that has no idea who Bad Bunny is?

6:06 | Mitch provides the code word for the trio of Beat the Boys for this week.

12:27 | How did the narrow victory for the Huskies affect Penix’s Heisman chances and UW’s run at the playoff?

26:49 | The Seahawks defense bailed out the offense for the third straight game.

37:00 | GUESTS: ESPN NFL Nation writer Brady Henderson and Hawkblogger’s Brian Nemhauser drop in to recap Seattle’s 20-10 win over the Cardinals on Sunday.

1:01:24 | GUEST: CBS Sports college football analyst Rick Neuheisel hops aboard to chat about Utah’s thrilling win against USC and UW’s narrow victory versus Arizona State.

1:30:33 | GUEST: RJ Eskanos & Darren Brown are back for another season of the Kraken No-Table to weigh in on the first few games of the season.

1:52:21 | “Other Stuff” topics on today’s show range from Troy Aikman’s girlfriend fired from Nordstrom, Terrell Owens getting hit by a car reminding the guys of infamous endzone celebrations, and an OnlyFans user finding her top subscriber an unlikely candidate!

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Episode 258 – Hawks Fall At Cincy's Doorstep & Penix Orchestrates Thrilling Comeback Over Ducks

RUNDOWN

Today’s episode begins with Mitch venting his frustration about the Hawks game on Sunday before telling a Rodney Dangerfield story from 1986 in New York. The guys also chat about the memorable Saturday on Montlake for Huskies fans resulting in a 37-34 victory. Four featured guests are Seahawks insiders Brady Henderson and Brian Nemhauser, CBS Sports college football analyst Rick Neuheisel, and On Montlake Huskies writer Christian Caple. “Other Stuff” topics range from Colorado choking against Stanford, Russell Wilson’s rapid decline in Denver, and rumors of Barbara Walter and Richard Pryor caught in bed together years ago!

GUESTS      

  • Brady Henderson | Seahawks NFL Nation reporter
  • Brian Nemhauser | Hawk Blogger
  • Rick Neuheisel | CBS Sports college football analyst
  • Christian Caple | On Montlake & Say Who, Say Pod

TABLE OF CONTENTS

0:58 | Was that not the most frustrating Seahawks game in a long time especially considering the immaculate first drive?

6:41 | Mitch shares the password for this week’s slate of games for Beat the Boys.

14:17 | Scott is gaining an appreciation for the late Rodney Dangerfield whom Mitch is a lifetime fan of.  

24:24 | UW moves to fifth in the rankings after a dramatic win over Oregon that lived up to the billing.

37:50 | GUESTS: Brady and Brian gather round the Seahawks No-Table with Mitch to recap the 17-13 loss to the Bengals. 

1:07:59 | GUEST: Rick Neuheisel shares his observations from the weekend across college football including the instant classic between UW and Oregon.

1:38:58 | GUEST: Christian Caple is back to provide takeaways from the stunner on Montlake against the Ducks.

1:56:52 | The “Other Stuff” segment features stories such as the collapse in Boulder for Primetime’s Buffs, the struggles for Russ with the Broncos, and allegations surfacing about relations between Barbara Walters and Richard Pryor! 

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Episode 257 – Seahawks Defense Smothers Giants & More Mariners Questions Than Answers

RUNDOWN

To kick off the show, the guys try to make sense of what they just witnessed as the Seahawks defense took the Giants behind the woodshed with Devon Witherspoon leading the charge. Then, Scott shares a recent story about tempers flaring at a local gym during an AAU basketball tournament before the guys wrap their arms around the Mariners collapse to end the 2023 season. A four-pack of guests are Brian Nemhauser for a Seahawks gameday recap, Jason Churchill and Joe Doyle for the Mariners No-Table, and Rick Neuheisel for his weekly visit. The “Other Stuff” segment features topics such as the upcoming Huskies game against Oregon, a Missouri teacher on OnlyFans losing her gig, & Curt Schilling being called out by Jason Varitek’s wife for disclosing Tim Wakefield’s health condition prior to his passing.

GUESTS      

  • Brian Nemhauser | Hawk Blogger
  • Jason Churchill | Prospect Insider
  • Joe Doyle | Director, MLB Draft – ProspectsLive  
  • Rick Neuheisel | CBS Sports college football analyst

TABLE OF CONTENTS

0:00 | What Seahawks team did we just watch on Monday Night Football?

9:30 | Mitch reveals the code word for the upcoming lineup of games.

12:47 | Hotshot can’t avoid drama at youth sports games…this time at a hoops tourney.  

24:17 | Today’s Stump the Band question will further add to your anger about the M’s failure to make the playoffs.

32:25 | Can we chalk up the Mariners choke-job simply to the front office refusing to spend “uncomfortable money” in the offseason or are there other factors?

51:54 | GUEST: Brian Nemhauser joins Mitch to chat about the dominant win for the Seahawks on primetime over the Giants on Monday night. 

1:10:48 | GUESTS: With the Mariners officially knocked out of playoff contention, Jason and Joe hop aboard to break down the collapse down the stretch and the next steps to rebound next season.

1:34:32 | GUEST: Rick Neuheisel returns to recap the notable results across the top college teams and takes a peek ahead to the highly-anticipated rivalry against between Washington and Oregon.

2:00:39 | “Other Stuff” topics include the upcoming annual rivalry game between the Huskies and Ducks, an English teacher being placed on leave after the school finding her X-rated content online, and Jason Varitek’s wife blasting Curt Schilling for leaking the Tim Wakefield cancer diagnosis.