To kick off Episode “Dallas”, the guys play Stump the Band before Mitch vents his spleen on the field conditions and broadcast quality of the Germany game! Then, the guys dig into their main takeaways from the Seahawks loss before basking in the afterglow of a memorable edition of the Washington versus Oregon rivalry game. A four-pack of guests are sportswriter Jeff Pearlman, Brady and Joe for the Seahawks No-Table, & CBS college football analyst Rick Neuheisel. The “Other Stuff” segment subjects include interesting tidbits from Jerry Dipoto’s GM meetings, a woman giving birth to her own granddaughter, and RIPs from the world of comedy. 


  • Jeff Pearlman | Author The Last Folk Hero: The Life and Myth of Bo Jackson
  • Brady Henderson | ESPN’s NFL Nation Seahawks reporter 
  • Joe Fann | WynnBet 
  • Rick Neuheisel | CBS Sports college football analyst 


0:00 | Will Roger Goodell every take a hint that these international games are a poor product for NFL fans?

12:30 | Mitch shares the password for Beat the Boys as the contest is entering the second half! 

16:15 | The guys provide their observations from the lackluster performance by the Seahawks in Germany. 

22:59 | What a delight for Husky fans as Michael Penix Jr. led UW to a scintillating win over the Ducks!

27:30 | A mere three months ago, Seattle football fans were wondering who should play quarterback for the Hawks and Dawgs, and here we are with Smith and Penix!

35:36 | GUEST: Renowned sportswriter Jeff Pearlman hops aboard to preview his latest book about sports legend Bo Jackson! 

57:14 | GUEST: Brady Henderson & Joe Fann weigh in on the 21-16 loss to Tampa Bay in Munich. 

1:18:31 | GUEST: Rick Neuheisel is back with the college football regular season approaching the penultimate weekend and the Huskies fresh off their stunning win in Eugene. 

1:43:59 | Todays “Other Stuff” segment features topics ranging from Dipoto’s concerning offseason comments, an unusual birth in Utah, and the passing of comedy icons. 

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