Episode “Kensosha, Wisconsin” begins with a rundown of the notable figures from the midwest city before Mitch consults Hotshot for some video streaming advice. Then, the guys run through a plethora of questions about the Hawks and Dawgs before Mr. College Football Playoff drops in. Five guests are Seahawks insiders Brady Henderson and Brian Nemhauser, CBS college football analyst Rick Neuheisel, and Darren Brown & RJ Eskanos for the Kraken No-Table. “Other Stuff” topics range from the general public’s reation to Matthew Perry’s death, Auburn’s newest elected official Tracy Taylor-Turner, and another piece of unfortunate news for former Seahawks Earl Thomas.
- Brady Henderson | Seahawks NFL Nation reporter
- Brian Nemhauser | Hawk Blogger
- Rick Neuheisel | CBS Sports college football analyst
- Darren Brown | Sound of Hockey
- RJ Eskanos | Emerald City Hockey
TABLE OF CONTENTS
0:38 | The guys review the who’s who of notable figures that hail from Kenosha, Wisconsin.
6:11 | Mitch asks for Scott’s reassurance he can try a new television series on Netflix.
11:31 | Mitch provides the code word for next week’s trio of Beat the Boys games.
16:09 | Hotshot is peppered with eleven questions about the Seahawks and Huskies.
36:25 | Mr. College Football Playoff swings by to analyze the various scenarios for team vying for the final four slots.
53:41 | GUESTS: Brady and Brian join Mitch for the Seahawks No-Table to discuss the three-point win over Washington on Sunday at home.
1:28:28 | GUEST: College football analyst Rick Neuheisel joins Mitch for the weekly discussion to assess the Harbaugh suspensino and the remaining contenders for the playoff.
1:53:31 | GUESTS: Kraken writers Darren Brown and RJ Eskanos hop aboard to break down the state of the team amidst mixed results on the ice.
2:15:46 | The “Other Stuff” segment feature stories such as the obsession of awaiting Matthew Perry’s toxicology report, Tracy Taylor-Turner’s winning campaign, and the latest news for Earl Thomas.