The show kicks off with a Stump the Band question that has interesting ties to Russell Wilson. Then, the guys weigh in on the early slate of NFL games before digging into their instant reactions to the Hawks win over the Niners coming off the bye. Three great guests are ESPN’s Brady Henderson, college football analyst Rick Neuheisel, and former MLB general manager Steve Phillips. The “Other Stuff” segment covers a wide spectrum of topics ranging from a botched burglary to the Reign Man opening a pot shop to the passing of the Agent 007. 


  • Brady Henderson | ESPN Seahawks insider
  • Rick Neuheisel | CBS Sports college football analyst
  • Steve Phillips | Former Mets GM


2:58 | The latest code word for Beat the Boys is unveiled.

3:52 | Mitch presents a Stump the Band question for Scott which may be of particular interest to Seahawks fans.

15:06 | The guys pull out the crystal ball and prognosticate on NFL playoff and Super Bowl contenders.

25:59 | Mitch and Scott react to the Hawks victory over San Fran. 

53:39 | GUEST: Brady Henderson jumps aboard for postgame analysis of the Seahawks win over the 49ers at Centurylink Field.

1:15:50 | GUEST: Rick Neuheisel swings by to recap the weekend of college football and look ahead to potential playoff contenders and Heisman hopefuls.

1:43:12 | GUEST: Steve Phillips checks in to recap the unusual 2020 MLB season and fires up the hot stove as the offseason begins.

2:02:20 | Seattle sports couple Sue Bird and Megan Rapinoe got engaged over the weekend.

2:03:09 | A burglar targeted the wrong house as he was chased down by UFC fighter Jon Jones with a shotgun.

2:07:42 | Shawn Kemp opened up a marijuana shop in Seattle which comes as no surprise to any Sonics fans.

2:10:53 | Former Husky speedster John Ross seeks a trade from the Bengals which has Seahawks fans ears perked up.

2:13:16 | RIP to the original James Bond – Sean Connery and NFL great Herb Adderley.

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