At the top of the show, Mitch reveals the code word for week two of Beat the Boys. Then, Mitch provides an unfiltered account of his emotions when he picked up his new family dog. The guys reflect on their takeaways from the Seahawks season debut in Atlanta. Today’s guests are Brady Henderson, Rick Neuheisel, the author of Doc: The Life of Roy Halladay Todd Zolecki. “Other Stuff” topics range from U.S. Open champ Naomi Osaka and her endearing personality, to a pair of notable NFL transactions that could have reverberations for the Seahawks, to a Slovenian woman going to great lengths to collect on an insurance payout!
- Rick Neuheisel | CBS college football analyst
- Brady Henderson | ESPN Seahawks insider
- Todd Zolecki | Author of Doc: The Life of Roy Halladay
TABLE OF CONTENTS
2:14 | Week 1 of “Beat the Boys” is in the books, make sure to listen to the code word for next week!
6:59 | The Levy family added a new pup to the house and Mitch opens up on his range of emotions thus far.
26:57 | The guys run down their laundry list of observations from the Seahawks-Falcons matchup to kick off the 2020 season.
55:18 | GUEST: Rick Neuheisel jumps aboard to share initial thoughts on the return of college football as the second week of games is in the books.
1:16:58 | GUEST: Brady Henderson breaks down the 38-25 week one win on the road for the Hawks.
1:34:31 | GUEST: Phillies beat reporter Todd Zolecki talks about his new biography of Roy Halladay which outlines the tragic story of the Hall of Fame pitcher.
1:54:23 | In the same weekend, one MLB pitcher throws a no-hitter while another injures his finger putting on clothes.
1:56:08 | Mitch’s favorite tennis player Naomi Osaka won the U.S. Open and is quickly becoming a superstar in the sport.
1:59:00 | Alvin Kamara and Dalvin Cook signed monster contracts which buck the trend of highly paid running backs which poses implications for Chris Carson.
2:02:09 | A Slovenian woman experienced insult to injury as her insurance fraud attempt of cutting off her own hand went awry.