To kick off the show, Mitch and “The Groz” catch up since their last episode together, specifically the current state of football in Seattle. Next, the fellas dive into the winnable game for the Seahawks against the Cowboys before weighing in on the college football playoff selection order. Four featured guests are CBS Sports college football analyst Rick Neuheisel, writer of The Dang Apostrophe Danny O’Neil, and Seahawks insiders Brady Henderson and Brian Nemhauser. The “Other Stuff” segment covers the options for DeBoer at quarterback next season to the possibility of bringing Ohtani to the M’s to Tiger’s unprecedented impact on his sport!  


  • Rick Neuheisel | CBS Sports college football analyst 
  • Danny O’Neil | The Dang Apostrophe
  • Brady Henderson | Seahawks NFL Nation reporter 
  • Brian Nemhauser | Hawk Blogger 


0:00 | Mitch and Dave provide initial thoughts on the CFP announcement on Sunday and the Seahawks loss in Dallas on Thursday.  

4:33 | Mitch shares the password for this week’s trio of Beat the Boys games.

10:35 | The Seahawks had a golden opportunity to pick up a crucial win in Dallas if not for an untimely Lockett drop and failed fourth downs.

23:26 | Did the college football playoff committee make multiple mistakes in their final vote for the four teams advancing?

36:08 | GUEST: Rick Neuheisel returns with conference championship weekend in the books and major controversy at the number four slot and a thought on UW’s position at two. 

1:05:55 | GUEST: Danny O’Neil joins Mitch to chat about his Huskies snagging the two seed in the college football playoff with a matchup with Texas on tap. 

1:31:21 | GUESTS: NFL Nation reporter Brady Henderson and “Hawkblogger” Brian Nemhauser hop aboard for a recap of Thursday’s loss to the Cowboys and a look ahead to Philly on Monday Night Football. 

1:58:43 | “Other Stuff” topics include potential transfer portal targets for UW’s 2024 quarterback, the chances Shohei Ohtani shocks everyone and ends up in Seattle, and gauging the magnitude of Tiger’s impact to the game of golf. 

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