Just when Mitch thought he was eliminating stress, the new tipping norms are starting to raise his blood pressure! He also provides a diplomatic Beat the Boys update regarding ads in the tease section. The guys share a few thoughts on the lackluster loss for the Seahawks and the potential of DeBoer’s Dawgs before a quick update by Mr. Postseason for the Mariners. Four featured guests are Jason Churchill of Prospect Insider, CBS Sports college football analyst Rick Neuheisel, and Brady Henderson & Joe Fann. The “Other Stuff” segment features topics including a new wrinkle to the Coach Joe Kennedy story, Roger Federer’s legendary career, and a tip for why you should not urinate in the shower! 


  • Jason Churchill | Prospect Insider Mariners writer
  • Rick Neuheisel | CBS Sports college football analyst
  • Brady Henderson | ESPN’s NFL Nation Seahawks reporter 
  • Joe Fann | WynnBet & Blue Wire podcast host 


0:51 | Mitch delicately explains the way ads are created on the RunMyPools website which should settle down the naysayers. 

21:23 | The code word for the upcoming week of Beat the Boys games is unveiled. 

26:43 | The guys volley their key observations from the Seahawks week two loss in San Fran, the atmosphere at Husky Stadium on Saturday night, and a peek at the American League standings. 

54:48 | GUEST: Jason Churchill joins Mitch following a rough weekend for the Mariners as they work through injuries and slumps heading into October.

1:12:24 | GUEST: Rick Neuheisel returns for a recap of the college football weekend including the victory for the Dawgs and dramatic win for Appalachian State. 

1:34:00 | GUEST: Brady Henderson & Joe Fann hop aboard to break down the divisional loss for Seattle against San Francisco. 

2:04:33 | The guys wrap up the episode by providing a quick update of Bremerton football coach Joe Kennedy, the retirement of tennis great Roger Federer, and a scientific argument to not pee in the shower. 

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