With Slick filling in for Hotshot, the episode kicks off with some Stump the Band, Tiger talk, and reaction to the email featured in Episode 226. Then, the guys chat about the dubious DK Metcalf jump video, the lesser-known backstory of Karl Malone, and Tiger’s chances to win another major. Three featured guests are owner of Big Charlie’s Saloon in Philadelphia Paul Staico, CharityWatch executive director Laurie Styron, and pro football executive Randy Mueller. Topics in the “Other Stuff” segment range from Mitch’s new favorite basketball player to Calvin Ridley’s suspension by the NFL to the public announcement of a multi-billion lottery winner!   


  • Paul Staico | Big Charlie’s Saloon owner 
  • Laurie Styron | CharityWatch Executive Director  
  • Randy Mueller | 2000 NFL Executive of the Year  


1:22 | Like the old radio days, Slick and Mitch play some Stump the Band.  

22:30 | Do you believe the viral DK Metcalf jump video after seeing him dunk in the celebrity NBA game?   

25:41 | The NBA made a major mistake by featuring Karl Malone front and center during all-star weekend.  

35:31 | Is there a chance Tiger Woods can win another major before calling it a career?

49:18 | GUEST: Paul Staico jumps aboard to share the history of his family-owned Chiefs bar in Philly in the wake of the Super Bowl with the local Eagles.

1:05:54 | GUEST: CharityWatch Executive Director Laurie Stryon joins the show to weigh in on common pitfalls for charitable organizations such as Russell Wilson’s foundation currently under investigation.  

1:31:44 | GUEST: For the final time this season, Randy Mueller joins the show to wrap up the NFL season and provide an opinion on the Seahawks’ realistic options for quarterback moving forward.  

1:57:47 | The guys chat about Iowa sharpshooter Caitlin Clark, the one-year suspension to Calvin Ridley for gambling, and a Powerball winner story during today’s “Other Shit” segment.  

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