RUNDOWN

On the heels of his extended stay in Los Angeles, the first show of 2023 begins with Mitch’s second round of COVID and his Uber passenger rating that has him good and pissed! Then, the guys chat about the refreshing victory over the Jets, building anticipation for the 2023 Husky football season, and Sark’s viral video shouting at a game official. Featured guests on today’s show are Rick Neuheisel, Brady and Joe for the Seahawks No-Table, and New York attorney and longtime Santa Claus Dana Friedman. “Other Stuff” topics range from Luca Doncic’s dominance, an update on a Burger King employee’s windfall, and Christiano Ronaldo’s megadeal with a Saudi soccer team.

GUESTS

  • Rick Neuheisel | CBS Sports college football analyst
  • Brady Henderson | ESPN’s NFL Nation Seahawks reporter
  • Joe Fann | WynnBet
  • Dana Friedman | “The Hardest Working Santa Clause”

TABLE OF CONTENTS

8:44 | Mitch is incensed about his 4.74 rider rating on Uber.

18:25 | The code word for the final week of Beat The Boys is revealed.

26:20 | Better late than never, can the Seahawks sneak into wildcard weekend with some help by the Lions?

33:00 | How much momentum to the Huskies have heading into the 2023 season?

36:19 | Does Sark deserve any sympathy for his outburst at a field official in the Alamo Bowl pregame runout? 

44:07 | GUEST: Rick Neuheisel is back with the college football semifinals in the books and a national championship game on tap between the defending champs and Cinderella story underdog.

1:10:39 | GUESTS: Brady Henderson & Joe Fann join the show to recap the win against the Jets as the Hawks look ahead to the final game and the postseason still in play.

1:33:39 | GUEST: New York attorney Dana Friedman shares the story of becoming a Santa Claus in the wake of 9/11.

1:54:06 | The “Other Stuff” segment covers stories such as Luca Doncic’s impressive young resume, a longtime Burger King employee raking in $400,000, and Christiano Ronaldo signing a contract for $75 million per year.

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