To begin the Mother’s Day version of the show, Mitch addresses a listener email regarding the Patron shows and subscription content. Then, the guys chat about the Kraken’s playoff run which features another game seven, the mediocre Mariners, and the breakdown of the Seahawks schedule. A four-pack of “Best-Of” guest segments are Paolo Banchero’s mom Rhonda Smith-Banchero, Mary Reuland who is the mom of late NFL player Konrad Reuland, former Husky quarterback Cody Pickett, and Wyoming-based hero Ryan Pasborg. The “Other Stuff” segment features topics including the aftermath of Bob Huggins use of an insensitive slur on a radio show, a year-long case of hiccups Bo Jackson has been dealing with, and the latest with the Matt Araiza lawsuit.
- Rhonda Smith-Banchero | UW basketball alum & Mom of Paolo Banchero
- Mary Reuland | Mother of late NFL player Konrad Reuland
- Cody Pickett | UW quarterback ’99-’03
- Ryan Pasborg | Wyoming resident
TABLE OF CONTENTS
2:47 | Mitch recalls his decision for using a Patron account for bonus shows at the beginning of the podcast.
24:58 | The Kraken prepare for game 7 against the Stars, will they get it done?
31:14 | Despite everyone’s claims that Matt Brash that has “great stuff”, his ERA continues to rise while M’s leads continue to shrink.
34:46 | The Seahawks schedule release receives a lot more hullaballoo than it deserves.
46:54 | GUEST: Rhonda Smith-Banchero chats about raising her son Paolo who was named NBA Rookie of the Year in 2023.
1:16:55 | GUEST: Mary Reuland shares the story of her son Konrad who passed away in 2016 at age 29 and whose heart was transplanted into childhood sports hero Rod Carew.
1:40:31 | GUEST: Former Husky quarterback Cody Pickett jumped aboard to discuss his heart health scare that could have taken his life.
2:03:14 | GUEST: Wyoming native Ryan Pasborg joined the show to share his heroic story earlier this month.
2:19:35 | “Other Stuff” topics include Bob Huggins using inappropriate language and the fallout that ensued, Bo Jackson’s upcoming medical intervention to remove a long-lasting case of hiccups, and more details about Matt Araiza’s ongoing legal battle.