Mitch and Scott begin the show recapping their weekend and the weekend in the world of sports. They chat about Seattle’s statement victory against the Eagles. Guests include weekly appearances by Brady Henderson and Rick Neuheisel for their Seahawks recap and college football weekend wrap-up respectively. Jeff Goodman also drops in for a national college hoops update and aviation writer Dan Catchpole discusses the latest with the Boeing 737 MAX. Later, in the “Other Stuff” segment, the guys close out with thoughts on NBA flopping, Vita Vea’s “big” record, Chase Young’s dominance, and more!
- Brady Henderson | ESPN Seahawks insider
- Rick Neuheisel | CBS Sports college football analyst
- Jeff Goodman | College basketball analyst
- Dan Catchpole | Fortune aerospace writer
TABLE OF CONTENTS
14:16 | The guys hash out the highs and lows from Sunday’s road win for Seattle against the Eagles.
36:16 | GUEST: Brady Henderson breaks down the 17-9 Seahawks win in Philly
51:24 | GUEST: Rick Neuheisel recaps the weekend of college football including another head-scratching loss for the Huskies
1:11:11 | GUEST: Jeff Goodman provides an update on the college basketball season as non-conference play rolls on.
1:23:29 | GUEST: Dan Catchpole discusses the tragic events that led to the grounding of Boeing’s fleet of 737 MAX aircraft and the projected timeline of re-entry to service.
1:41:53 | UW alum Vita Vea became the heaviest NFL player to score a receiving touchdown at a whopping 347 pounds!
1:42:39 | Scott was in Burbank yet again over the weekend and swung by The Magic Castle.
1:44:09 | Browns fans show their stripes by bashing a Mason Rudolph piñata at the tailgate.
1:46:31 | Bothell HS alum Zach LaVine dropped 49 points including an NBA record-tying 13 buckets from beyond the arc on Saturday night!
1:48:21 | Wisconsin senior Zach Hintze just put all the struggling NFL kickers on watch after banging a 62-yarder through the uprights.
1:52:06 | Patrick Beverly’s latest antics on the court resulted in a five thousand dollar fine for flopping.
1:56:29 | Ohio State defensive end Chase Young has been a one-man wrecking crew this season.