At the top of the show dedicated to the fine folks of Scranton, Pennsylvania, Scott shares an embarrassing story about his grandmother critiquing his athleticism as a kid before Mitch laughs at an unlikely bad beat in the NBA. Then, the guys chat about the ongoing search for a new Hawks head coach and the fast-paced movement of the transfer portal especially for the Huskies. Four featured guests are CBS Sports college football analyst Rick Neuheisel, Christian Caple from On Montlake, and M’s insiders Jason Churchill & Joe Doyle to talk about the roster as it stands.  The “Other Stuff” segment wraps up the show as Mitch and Hotshot run through their laundry list of extra sports and non-sports topics.


  • Rick Neuheisel | CBS Sports college football analyst
  • Christian Caple | On Montlake writer
  • Jason Churchill | Prospect Insider
  • Joe Doyle | Director, MLB Draft – ProspectsLive  


0:00 | Candid commentary to Hotshot from a Grandma and a bad beat in sports gambling kick off today’s show.

9:09 | Who are the notable residents from Scranton, Pennsylvania and are some directly tied to the host of this show? 

18:39 | Which coaches are the flavor of the week for teams looking like the Seahawks?

27:51 | Trying to follow the transfer portal for Husky and Crimson Tide fans isn’t fun right now.

37:27 | GUEST: Rick Neuheisel is back to share his perspective on the departure of Kalen DeBoer shortly after the championship game and quick hire of Jedd Fisch at Montlake. 

56:50 | GUEST: Christian Caple is back to provide his insider opinion of the prevailing sentiments at UW over the coaching change and path forward for the Dawgs. 

1:14:00 | GUESTS: Jason Churchill and Joe Doyle find Mitch at the Mariner’s No-Table to take a look at the roster expected to take the field if the season were to begin today. 

1:41:26 | The “Other Stuff” segment closes out the show with miscellaneous topics the guys have accrued over the past two weeks. 

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