Today’s show kicks off with Scott explaining why he rushed back from a trip to southwest Washington. Mitch explains the rules to podcast contest Beat the Boys. Then, they delve into the top Seahawks storylines heading into their week one matchup in Atlanta. Three featured guests are film actor Michael O’Keefe to celebrate forty years since the release of Caddyshack, Pepperdine head coach and Washington Husky legend Lorenzo Romar, and Seahawks reporter for ESPN Brady Henderson. Later, Mitch and Scott chat about other stuff such as Novak Djokovic’s latest hijinks, the hiring of Steve Nash as Nets head coach, and Mike Trout’s ascent as an all-time great.
- Michael O’Keefe | Actor – Danny Noonan in Caddyshack
- Lorenzo Romar | Pepperdine coach / former UW coach
- Brady Henderson | ESPN Seahawks insider
TABLE OF CONTENTS
0:00 | Hotshot rushed back from the remote town of Stevenson to record Episode 107…what was he doing there and where is Stevenson?
17:23 | Mitch breaks down the official rules of “Beat the Boys” for the NFL season. Make your picks at MitchUnfiltered.com!
27:14 | Hotshot has nominated himself the new traffic czar and made his first declaration.
29:41 | What are the biggest areas on focus heading into the 2020 Seahawks campaign?
50:50 | GUEST: Michael O’Keefe hops aboard to reflect on the classic sports film Caddyshack which he starred in.
1:10:35 | GUEST: Lorenzo Romar checks in to share his thoughts on current civil unrest and the passing of two college coaching greats.
1:37:56 | GUEST: Brady Henderson returns as the Hawks prepare for opening week against the Falcons.
2:05:29 | Novak Djokovic made an unforced error of epic proportions that earned him a U.S. Open disqualification.
2:10:26 | Steve Nash is beginning his venture into the coaching ranks with the Nets which has been met with criticism.
2:13:00 | Baseball lost two legends as Tom Seaver and Lou Brock passed away.
2:17:10 | Deshaun Watson’s press conference after signing a life-changing contract is a true demonstration of humility.
2:19:12 | Mike Trout is on a fast track to rewrite the record books at the rate he’s going.