At the top of the show, Mitch explains the origin of “the sniff” before sharing memories of the late Alex Trebek. Then, the guys take a brief leaguewide NFL week nine recap, unveil a remarkable stat about college football’s newest top-ranked team, and reluctantly dive into the Seahawks loss in Buffalo. The three featured guests are ESPN Hawks insider Brady Henderson, Rick Neuheisel, & Rob Huntze whose sports gambling misfortune is a must-listen! Later, the guys dig into their “other stuff” topics ranging from hall of fame toys, the Masters, and ESPN layoffs.
- Brady Henderson | ESPN Seahawks insider
- Rick Neuheisel | CBS Sports college football analyst
- Rob Huntze | Amateur sports gambler
TABLE OF CONTENTS
0:49 | One of the faithful listeners of the podcast inquired about the origins of the “sniff” so the guys set the record straight.
17:03 | The code word to unlock this week’s Beat the Boys matchups is announced.
26:10 | RIP to one of the most beloved television icons of all time Alex Trebek.
30:35 | Week 9 of the NFL season was chock full of interesting results especially for the Ravens and Dolphins.
33:01 | The Crimson Tide have rolled back to number one and illustrate a remarkable state about Alabama under Saban.
37:28 | Mitch and Scott volley their thoughts from the frustrating loss to the Bills.
1:06:45 | GUEST: Brady Henderson swings by to share his takeaways from the 41-31 loss to Buffalo on Sunday.
1:22:49 | GUEST: Rick Neuheisel jumps aboard to recap the exciting weekend of college football which included a Clemson loss and PAC-12 openers.
1:47:33 | GUEST: Rob Huntze joins the show to chat about having the rug pulled from beneath him when a million dollar prize was taken from him.
2:05:16 | Mr. Postseason briefly drops in to provide a silver lining about the Seahawks loss in their quest for NFC supremacy.
2:08:26 | The votes have been counted and we have the results…for the National Toy Hall of Fame inductees.
2:11:21 | It’s officially Masters week! Will the azaleas in Augusta be in full bloom?
2:19:30 | Bob Ley formerly of ESPN is lashing out about the widespread layoffs due to the pandemic.