Laughter begins at the top of the show as Mitch introduces his special co-host from the old KJR days. Then, the guys catch up after some time apart before reluctantly diving in to Phil’s historic victory on the PGA Championship. Five guests beginning with longtime friends Rick Neuheisel then Steve Phillips followed by author Brad Stone and closing out with teen golf sensation Chloe Kovelesky and her mother Tina. The “Other Stuff” segment covers a handful of topics including Shohei Ohtani, a possible NBA scheduling change, and footballs with implanted chips. Happy Memorial Day!  


  • Rick Neuheisel | CBS Sports college football analyst
  • Steve Phillips | Former Mets GM
  • Brad Stone | Amazon Unbound: Jeff Bezos and the Invention of a Global Empire author
  • Chloe & Tina Kovelesky | 14 year old Women’s U.S. Open qualifier and Mom of Chloe


0:00 | Well, well, well…look who is in the co-host chair for today’s show!

20:40 | The guys share their radio roots and catch up on their happenings these days.

30:16 | Mitch’s biggest nightmare came true, Phil Mickelson won another major. 

49:05 | GUEST: Rick Neuheisel returns to weigh in on the new PAC-12 commish and reveals he will be officiating a wedding!

1:13:15 | GUEST: Steve Phillips swings by to break down current baseball trends that are changing the game.

1:36:00 | GUEST: Author Brad Stone jumps aboard to discuss his new book Amazon Unbound: Jeff Bezos and the Invention of a Global Empire which outlines the evolution of the company.

1:50:19 | GUEST: Golf phenom Chloe Kovelesky and her Mom Tina join the show to chat about her qualification to the Women’s U.S. Open at age 14.

2:05:53 | Shohei Ohtani is an unprecedented talent that is not receiving nearly enough publicity nationally.

2:09:32 | The NBA will reconsider the concept of a midseason tournament to maintain interest leading up to the playoffs.

2:11:08 | Patrick Mahomes is ready for the NFL to insert microchips into the football to take the guesswork out of goal line plays.

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