Football season is finally here and today’s show begins with a Stump the Band question followed by some podcast housekeeping with football season kicking off. Then, the guys react to the embarrassing season opening loss for the Dawgs and share their initial thoughts heading into week one for the Hawks. A dynamite lineup of guests beginning with Rick Neuheisel followed by Peter King, Randy Mueller, and Slickhawk. Finally, Mitch and Scott put a bow on the episode chatting about a variety of odds and ends including the red hot Mariners, Trent Dilfer in hot water, and Naomi Osaka’s recent disheartening press conference.
- Rick Neuheisel | CBS Sports college football analyst
- Peter King | NBC Sports & MMQB columnist
- Randy Mueller | NFL Executive of the Year (2000)
- Matt “Slickhawk” Mikolas | Shootin’ the Shit with Slick & Mitch co-host
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1:47 | The guys begin with a good ol’ round of Stump the Band…topic is Utah State draft picks.
18:49 | Did the Huskies actually lose to Montana, and if so, where do they go from here?
45:40 | GUEST: Rick Neuheisel returns with the first week of college football in the books including the dud on Montlake.
1:08:03 | GUEST: Peter King swings by to share his top storylines heading into week one and his favorites from each division.
1:28:27 | GUEST: Randy Mueller is back to preview the NFL season as the Hawks head to Indy for their opener.
1:41:57 | GUEST: Slickhawk hops aboard to chat about the M’s, the Beat the Boys contest, and the passing of Ben Wright.
2:06:45 | After a forty year hiatus, Abba is back…sort of…
2:10:03 | Just when you think the M’s are dead in the water, they keep the playoff dream alive.
2:13:20 | Was Trent Dilfer out of line for his physical encounter with a youth football player?
2:17:12 | Naomi Osaka’s latest press conference serves as another reminder of the heartbreaking mental health issues she’s facing.
2:21:05 | Who made the cut for WNBA’s release of its top 25 players in league history?
2:23:10 | Rest in peace to TV personality Willard Scott, wide receiver David Patten, longtime golf broadcaster Ben Wright, & guitarist Rickie Lee Reynolds.