At the top of the show, the guys announce details for Mitch’s Open Championship presented by Fireside Home Solutions. Then, they jump into discussion about Mitch’s round of golf with a Seattle Sounder (unknowingly), DK’s next sprint challenge, and Charles Barkley’s losing bet. Today’s guests are college football lineman Dillan Gibbons, co-founder of Luis Pardillo, and former MLB executive Steve Phillips. The “Other Stuff” segment features a variety of topics such as energy drinks, space travel, and carnival ride malfunctions!


  • Dillan Gibbons | Florida State offensive lineman
  • Luis Pardillo | Co-founder & CEO of
  • Steve Phillips | Former Mets GM and current MLB analyst


3:44 | Get your picks in for Mitch’s Open Championship powered by Fireside Home Solutions for great prizes!

16:01 | Mitch played in a golf scramble at Maplewood Golf Course with a pro athlete…which he was completely unaware of.

25:14 | Would you take DK Metcalf or Tyreek Hill in a 100 meter dash?

28:24 | The American Century Classic celebrity golf tournament resulted in a wager by Charles Barkley which didn’t quite cash in.

39:36 | GUEST: Florida State lineman Dillan Gibbons swings by to discuss how he is applying the new name, image, and likeness ruling for charitable endeavors.

58:47 | GUEST: Luis Pardillo joins the show to chat about his business which helps college athletes engage in sensible business deals with companies.

1:17:44 | GUEST: Steve Phillips returns for an MLB All Star Break check-up to chat about the suddenly hot M’s and the Trevor Bauer story.

1:35:32 | Mitch pays off the trivia question he teased in Episode 148P.

1:43:00 | Team Nigeria edged Team USA basketball in an exhibition…put the college kids in! 

1:46:22 | What’s up with billionaires going into space all of a sudden?

1:51:33 | Not only is she the National Spelling Bee champion, but Zaila Avant-Garde has a future in basketball too! 

1:54:49 | A Michigan carnival ride nearly tipped over, but some brave bystanders jumped into action to help.

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