Today’s show begins with Hotshot describing the controversy at his daughter’s AAU basketball tourney including an ejection of Nate Robinson before the guys briefly summarize the Hawks beatdown by the Ravens and the path ahead. Next, Scott explains how he riled up Husky nation on social media by casting doubt on UW’s chances to win a national championship. They assess the final three games on the schedule before the PAC12 championship game and their chances to run the table. Four guests are Brady Henderson and Brian Nemhauser for the Seahawks No-Table, Rick Neuheisel, and former Mitch Unfiltered co-host and UW hoops guard and broadcaster Jason Hamilton. The “Other Stuff” segment features topics such as the embarrassing ratings during this year’s Fall Classic, the impressive start for Victor Wembanyama, to a strange trick-or-treating law!
- Rick Neuheisel | CBS Sports college football analyst
- Jason Hamilton | Former UW point guard & broadcaster
- Brady Henderson | Seahawks NFL Nation reporter
- Brian Nemhauser | Hawk Blogger
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1:10 | What did Nate Robinson do to get booted from an AAU basketball game?
12:06 | The Seahawks were decimated by the Ravens, but the schedule appears to favor the prospects of getting back on track.
17:16 | Mitch reveals the code word for the trio of Beat the Boys games this week.
21:17 | Can UW make a run at a national title with the current state of the Huskies defense giving up so many points?
32:00 | Mitch asks Hotshot the simple question if he sees the Dawgs winning the final three games of the regular season.
44:56 | GUEST: Rick Neuheisel hops aboard to answer a series of scenarios painted by Mitch of teams paths to the CFP.
1:10:08 | GUEST: Jason D. Hamilton returns to provide an update on his whererabouts and some thoughs on the late Bobby Knight before a preview of the 2023 Huskies hoops team.
1:39:08 | GUESTS: Brady Henderson joins from Baltimore and Brian Nemhauser drops in for the Seahawks No-Table after a blowout loss on the road.
2:10:10 | “Other Stuff” topics range from the poor World Series ratings, to the statistical feat of San Antionio’s NBA phenom, to an odd law related to a Halloween tradition!