RUNDOWN  

At the top of the show, the guys address “the slap” which happened during the recording of Episode 184 and the guys have a laugh about a first on Mitch Unfiltered. Then, they discuss the tough finish to Coach K’s career against the surging Tar Heels and the buzz for Julio Rodriguez. A four pack of featured guests are and Danny Kelly and Josh Edwards for the NFL Draft No-Table, UW writer Christian Caple from The Athletic, and actor Sean Patrick Small from Winning TIme. Today’s “Other Stuff” segment topics include the low expectations for this year’s Seahawks team according to Vegas, George Karl’s upcoming induction in the hall of fame, and Eric Church cancelling a show, but making good for his fans!  

GUESTS  

  • Danny Kelly | The Ringer NFL writer
  • Josh Edwards | CBS Sports NFL draft writer
  • Christian Caple | The Athletic UW reporter
  • Sean Patrick Small | Winning Time actor

TABLE OF CONTENTS  

0:00 | Will Smith’s slap on Chris Rock happened at this time last week so the guys have to address it.

10:35 | In four years of Mitch Unfiltered, there has never been an request that happened this week.  

25:58 | North Carolina’s stunning late-season run has put them on the doorstep of winning a national title. 

31:42 | In one week, the sports calendar features the NCAA championship game, The Masters, and MLB opening day!  

39:50 | GUESTS: Danny Kelly and Josh Edwards gather round for the first edition of the NFL Draft No-Table.

1:10:45 | GUEST: Longtime Husky beat reporter Christian Caple jumps aboard to break down Kalen DeBoer’s roster in year one.

1:35:45 | GUEST: Sean Patrick Small checks in to talk about playing Larry Bird in the new hit series on HBO “Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty”.

1:52:41 | “Other Stuff” segment topics range from the paltry win total in Vegas for the 2022 Seahawks, George Karl’s nomination for the Naismith Hall of Fame, and Eric Church’s last-minute concert cancellation.  

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