The guys celebrate National Hamburger Day (yes, it exists. Google it!) with story time relating to both “All in the Family” and “The Jeffersons” following their recent revival episode. Then, they discuss the continued delay of Gerald McCoy’s next NFL landing spot and if the Hawks are still in the mix. Later, they launch into some hoops talk to preview the NBA Finals matchup and the potential outcomes that could take place depending on who wins. The coveted “athlete of the week” award is handed out and it’s a real slap in the face to Tom Gillis who is the honorable mention. Mitch & Jason close the show with some additional points on the Jaden McDaniels commitment to UW last week and the shocking decision made by a top national recruit in RJ Hampton.
Steve Phillips – Former Mets GM and current MLB analyst
Darren Urban – Longtime reporter for the Arizona Cardinals
Greg Auman – Tampa Bay Bucs writer for The Athletic
TABLE OF CONTENTS
0:12 | Happy National Hamburger Day!
11:35 | The lowdown on the new Mitch merch – see what’s new at www.mitchunfiltered.com!
14:11 | All in the Family/The Jefferson’s had a revival show which spurs two childhood memories Mitch had pertaining to actors from both shows. Jason is in disbelief!
23:01 | Gerald McCoy is still available…yay or nay for the Hawks?
25:40 | NBA Finals are set and the guys make their picks.
31:07 | Mitch hands out his “athlete of the week” and honorable mention awards.
37:57 | Steve Phillips shares his thoughts on Bill Buckner’s life and legacy and weighs in on the worst nightmare of NL pitchers so far this season: Cody Bellinger and Christian Yelich.
| Darren Urban who has covered the Cardinals for two decades reflects on the heroism of Pat Tillman and provides some inspiring anecdotes prior to his tragic death.
| Tampa Bay Bucs writer Greg Auman stops by to give the latest on Gerald McCoy and where he may ultimately land.
1:19:45 | The repercussions of Jaden McDaniels staying home and where the UW basketball program is headed are promising.
1:27:50 | Top recruit RJ Hampton is skipping college hoops to play “down under”. Is this a one-off or a message about the outlook of the modern young basketball player?