At the top of the show, Scott explains how he wants to just stay in Arizona after a week of sunshine. Then, the guys discuss the sale of Russell Wilson’s Seattle home and subsequent purchase in Denver. They also chat about the weekend for the M’s agains the Astros. A trio of guests are Rick Neuheisel, Mary Reuland, and restaurant owner Rajeev Gupte. Today’s “Other Stuff” topics include Kershaw getting snubbed of a perfect game bid, Ronald Reagan shooter John Hinckley Jr. preparing for a sold-out show, and a wild parlay bet.
- Rick Neuheisel | CBS Sports college football analyst
- Mary Reuland | Mother of late NFL player Konrad Neuland
- Rajeev Gupte | Spice Fusion restaurant manager
TABLE OF CONTENTS
27:10 | In a mere five years, Scott will be able to live in sunny Arizona as long as he can convince his wife.
4:23 | Russell and Ciara swapped their Bellevue mansion to a new picturesque estate in Denver for $25 million.
15:49 | The M’s picked up two of three against Houston over the weekend and the pitching is looking promising.
1:02:40 | GUEST: Rick Neuheisel is back for an offseason chat to weigh in on the dynamics of NIL in college football including the rise of “
42:01 | GUEST: Mary Reuland shares the story of her son Konrad who passed away in 2016 at age 29 and whose heart was transplanted into childhood sports hero Rod Carew.
1:17:42 | GUEST: Rajeev Gupte joins the show to chat about how his restaurant Spice Fusion in England started a unique concept to enhance ambience for guests.
1:31:34 | The episode concludes with the “Other Stuff” segment to chat about Clayton Kershaw getting pulled from a possible perfecto, Reagan’s shooter John Hinckley Jr.’s upcoming show, and a crazy parlay wager.