RUNDOWN 

Today’s episode begins with a Jeremy Piven story followed by the realization that being a sports fan sometimes doesn’t make much sense. Then, Mitch and Scott dive into their takeaways from the highs and lows among the M’s, Dawgs, and Hawks throughout the weekend. Four featured guests are Brady Henderson and Joe Fann for the Seahawks No-Table, Rick Neuheisel for his weekly visit, and 12 year old golfer Jake Martinez. Later, the guys bounce miscellaneous topics in the “Other Stuff” segments such as people having no clue what Mitch Unfiltered is, to Stephen A. Smith his ilk, to an unusual finding in a Bolivian burger!

GUESTS 

  • Brady Henderson | ESPN Seahawks insider 
  • Joe Fann | WynnBet & Blue Wire podcast host 
  • Rick Neuheisel | CBS Sports college football analyst 
  • Jake Martinez | Arizona youth golfer 

TABLE OF CONTENTS 

16:20 | Mitch reveals the secret code word for this week’s slate of Beat the Boys selections.  

22:21 | What the heck is the UW football coaching staff doing on the sidelines besides making poor play call decisions? 

28:39 | Despite the unfortunate result, the final weekend at T-Mobile Park was one M’s fans won’t soon forget.

42:03 | The guys run through their laundry list of observations from the Seahawks.

58:52 | GUESTS: Henderson & Fann join Mitch to recap the gutsy NFC West victory for the Hawks against San Fran heading into the short week.

1:23:00 | GUEST: Rick Neuheisel takes his lumps from Mitch for another week of ill-advised picks…along with his top notch college football weekend recap.

1:45:35 | GUEST: Youth golfer Jake Martinez from Arizona shares his once-in-a-lifetime story of recording two holes-in-one in the same round. 

2:00:25 | The guys close out the show with “Other Stuff” topics ranging from unusual encounters with people who have never heard of Mitch Unfiltered to the annoying Stephen A. Smith to a human finger found in a burger…gross! 

Liked it? Take a second to support Mitch on Patreon!
Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.