Hotshot is back after state tournament basketball travel last weekend and before starting the show imagine what Baker Mayfield in a Seahawks uniform would look like and share how their brackets are faring. Then, Mitch and Scott chat about Rashaad Penny’s new contract, Deshaun Watson heading to Cleveland, and the sudden passing of sports reporting icon John Clayton. A four pack of featured guests are M’s writers Corey Brock from The Athletic & Jason Churchill from Prospect Insider for the Mariners No-Table, Andrew Marchand of New York Post, and ESPN women’s basketball writer Mechelle Voepel. The guys close out the show with “Other Stuff” such as lack of true upsets in college hoops, classic Molly Ringwald encounters, and the aftermath from Lia Thomas’ victory at the NCAA swimming championships.
- Corey Brock | The Athletic M’s writer
- Jason A. Churchill | Prospect Insider writer
- Andrew Marchand | New York Post columnist
- Mechelle Voepel | ESPN women’s basketball writer
TABLE OF CONTENTS
3:03 | The Seahawks currently have the second highest odds to land Baker Mayfield?
19:05 | Does the one-year deal to keep Rashaad Penny make sense for the Hawks?
22:58 | The Browns stated they have vetted Deshaun Watson’s case sufficiently to sign him to a cleverly inked contract.
30:39 | Scott shares a few personal memories of the late John Clayton.
41:56 | GUESTS: Corey Brock and Jason Churchill hop aboard to weigh in on Julio Rodriguez’s 2022 big league projections and the pick up of Suarez and Winker.
1:09:22 | GUEST: Andrew Marchand returns to provide a rundown of the network shakeup for the upcoming NFL season.
1:26:06 | GUEST: Mechelle Voepel checks in to break down the latest details surrounding the arrest of Brittney Griner in Russia.
1:44:52 | “Other Stuff” segment topics range from “the great equalizer” in college basketball, Mitch’s notorious run-ins with Molly Ringwald, and Lia Thomas’ national championship victory.