After a week apart, Hotshot and Mitch reunite and begin the episode with listener emails with a more optimistic spin thanks to the urging of Larry. Next, the fellas discuss the latest twist in the Russell Wilson saga and how there are rumors he tried to get Peter Carroll and John Schneider fired. A trio of guests are incoming Eastern Washington linebacker Brandon Thomas, PGA Tour golfer Joel Dahmen, and The Salt Lake Tribune beat writer Eric Walden. The episode concludes with the “Other Stuff” segment with topics ranging from the free agency of Bobby Wagner, to Jarred Kelenic’s eye-turning performance on Sunday, to a new Lady Gaga lawsuit from a previous crime, to Quin Snyder back to head coaching with the Hawks!   


  • Brandon Thomas | Eastern Washington football recruit
  • Eric Walden | The Salt Lake Tribune Jazz beat writer 
  • Joel Dahmen | PGA golfer  


3:30 | How was the Soden family trip to Arizona?  

4:35 | Mitch shakes things up per Larry’s request and reads some positive listener emails.   

20:28 | Youth softball games get heated down in California and Hotshot couldn’t resist getting involved.  

25:20 | What do you make of Russell Wilson’s alleged attempt to oust Carroll and Schneider?

38:56 | GUEST: Eastern Washington football commit Brandon Thomas shares his story of overcoming cancer in high school resulting in the amputation of a leg.

1:05:53 | GUEST: Joel Dahmen returns to the show as a star of the new Netflix show Full Swing and a father!  

1:33:14 | GUEST: Jazz beat writer for The Salt Lake Tribune Eric Walden describes Karl Malone’s controversial past and the tense press conference at All Star weekend.  

1:57:34 | The “Other Stuff” segment topics include Kelenic’s dingers, pleas for Bobby Wagner to return to Seattle, reaction to Rihanna’s halftime show, new developments with the Lady Gaga dogwalking shooting, and Quin Snyder’s new NBA gig.  

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